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Old 02-09-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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2013 19H Under Sofa Storage ?

Hey Everyone, Just traded my 2007 197 for a 2013 19h and I am in love! Except for the shower!!
Anyway, I was wondering about the storage compartment under the sofa. There
is a thin looking ply board attached with a few screws. Can I remove this?
I can reach this ply board from the outside storage door. There seems to be much unused storage space if I just remove this board.Click image for larger version

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Old 02-09-2013, 09:22 PM   #2
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Clossan, I removed this panel in my old 19H. They put this in to separate the under couch storage from the front storage. Nothing more, nothing less.
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Clossan, I removed this panel in my old 19H. They put this in to separate the under couch storage from the front storage. Nothing more, nothing less.
Hey Thanks Wolverine. Kind of obvious now that I think about it!!
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I left the board there because I store different types of items in each area but it's just a flimsy piece of wood. I'd barely call it wood.
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Hey Thanks Wolverine. Kind of obvious now that I think about it!!
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Old 02-11-2013, 12:42 PM   #6
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We hace a 2011 x19h and yes it can as ours fell out with nothing happening
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my divider broke off, 2 months after I had the unit. What a waste that was. It was so flimsy it isn't even funny.
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Thanks for the info guys!! Seems pointless now that I think about it!!
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We have the 17Z which also has this item. We left it installed, and put some handles on it to make it easier to open. Works great for us.
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We have the 17Z which also has this item. We left it installed, and put some handles on it to make it easier to open. Works great for us.
What do you mean handles? Where?
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