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Old 01-02-2016, 04:38 PM   #1
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Hide-A-Bed

I have a Whitehawk 27DSRL with a Hide-A-Bed. When I open the bed the foot of the bed is about 3 inches higher than the head of the bed. Has anyone else had this problem?
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Old 01-02-2016, 07:03 PM   #2
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yes I did. The fold out legs can be adjusted just shorten them till the bed is level. you will have to take out a couple of bolts,if I remember right.
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Old 01-03-2016, 09:31 AM   #3
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The dealer should do that for you under warranty...NEVER should the foot of the bed be higher than the head.. it will give most people nightmares
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The dealer should do that for you under warranty...NEVER should the foot of the bed be higher than the head.. it will give most people nightmares
It's headaches caused by feet being higher than head. Nightmares are caused by your camping companions...

To the OP, mine is like that too. I took a look at the legs at the foot of the bed and it looks like a simple adjustment, though I haven't done it yet. We've only used it once for a bed, and the user reported that the foot-end was higher.

I'll probably eventually just take the HAB out and replace it with chairs or recliners...
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It will keep guests from overstaying. We call that a "feature."
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Sleep facing the other way? :-)
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Sleep facing the other way? :-)
That's what I said to my guests. But I didn't find out it wasn't adjusted right until AFTER the trip was over. They slept on that bed 2-nights, and didn't say anything until the last morning of the trip when I was stowing the bed. I could have fixed in just a few minutes if they'd said something the night before.
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