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    Level Adjustment for sleeper/sofa

    When our 337 is level, and pull out the sleeper/sofa, the foot of the bed was higher than the head. I found out that if you remove the four bolts holding the legs, there are adjustment holes. I moved the legs up to the top hole and reinserted the bolts. although not perfect, the bed is much more level than before and should cause no issues for anyone trying to sleep on it. It was a simple fix.

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    Thank you Jim and Ginnie. We haven't had an issue since we've not used it, but I'm going to do what you suggest so it's ready when company comes to stay. Thank you so much for the tip.
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    Thanks Jim, will be adjusting that for sure. I'm sure my guest in June will appreciate it.
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    We had two guests use the guest bed for the last five nights. They reported they slept quite well and had no issues with being out of level or comfort of the mattress. He is a 6'4" guy with big bones... She is a very tiny 5'5". On his side of the bed, the middle cushion started to sag a little by the third night. But we just made sure it was fluffed up for the next couple of nights, and there was no problem.

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    Jim and Ginnie, I adjusted the legs as you suggested and it's no longer like laying on an inversion board. We plan to get 1.5 inch memory foam topper to make it a little more comfortable. It's thin enough to roll up and store and thick enough to add the necessary padding.
    Mike and Suzanne with Smokey and Bandit
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