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    Unplugged theater recliners

    Mine are heated with massage. They plug into an outlet behind them at the bottom. They are in my slide. One of them has just popped out of the outlet.

    How in the world do you get to the plug?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chefmikie View Post
    Mine are heated with massage. They plug into an outlet behind them at the bottom. They are in my slide. One of them has just popped out of the outlet.

    How in the world do you get to the plug?????
    Hire a contortionist...

    In our 320MKS, the other is being the "passenger" side recliner, so it's closest to the dinette. I just pull out the chairs and can get to it. I would recommend a surge protector so you can switch them on and off as needed, plus the grounded plug seems to stay in the outlet better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chefmikie View Post
    Mine are heated with massage. They plug into an outlet behind them at the bottom. They are in my slide. One of them has just popped out of the outlet.

    How in the world do you get to the plug?????
    Send a small child back there. You can go over the top and do a handstand to plug them back in. Agree with @MoonShadow_1911 on the power strip/surge protector.

    Ours are always unplugged so we no longer have that problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OurNewEra View Post
    Send a small child back there. You can go over the top and do a handstand to plug them back in. Agree with @MoonShadow_1911 on the power strip/surge protector.

    Ours are always unplugged so we no longer have that problem.
    Good idea except my rig is a No Child Zone.
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    I am able to reach the plug behind mine by reclining then reaching over the top.
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    Handstand, I have unplugged mine, as I hated something always turning on when I grabbed a cup in the cup holder, or rested my hand anywhere near the switches. Probably going to buy a remote that goes between the socket and plug to turn it on or off.
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    Yes I installed a surge protector and they havenít come unplugged yet


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    Mine may be too close to the wall when reclined but I’m double check that. Thanks
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    On my 311BHS the middle section between the backs of the recliners pulls out easily giving better access to the plug. Prior to realizing that I had to get our daughter to get back there. Not sure if yours is the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OurNewEra View Post
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    Ours are always unplugged so we no longer have that problem.
    Same here. The heat function on one side of the recliner seats (mine, unfortunately) stopped working after about 3 months. When the other side (his, obviously) also stopped working, we just unplugged it. We're able to reach that outlet (awkwardly), to unplug it, as it's on the cabinet at the back corner of the recliner and there's a bit of space to actually reach down there.

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