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Post by Wargenwolf on Fri Apr 14, 2017 2:43 pm

After the first drive of the van yesterday, I got home praising my own excellent smooth driving as the sofa squab and back had not moved at all.

I've just had a closer look and the squab is attached with Velcro and the seat back with tabs, which means AS have sorted this issue for 2017 Kinghams up!  ..... and it also means my driving might not be as smooth as I think it is snigger

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Re: Kingham Falling Cushions No More

Post by Machloop on Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:23 pm

Wargenwolf wrote: goodnews After the first drive of the van yesterday, I got home praising my own excellent smooth driving as the sofa squab and back had not moved at all.
I've just had a closer look and the squab is attached with Velcro and the seat back with tabs, which means AS have sorted this issue for 2017
Kinghams up!  ..... and it also means my driving might not be as smooth as I think it is snigger
juggling Thanks for the heads up. Ours needs to be booked in for a recall on the fridge seals soon so I will ask for this to be done as well. If you have chance I would really appreciate a few photos. 

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Re: Kingham Falling Cushions No More

Post by Wargenwolf on Fri Apr 14, 2017 7:14 pm

I will have to remove the squab tomorrow and tip it over for a pic, but this is the tab and press stud that I took earlier....

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Post by Wargenwolf on Sat Apr 15, 2017 10:26 am

Machloop, hope this helps. I positioned the squab and seat back you can see the seat back press stud & tab, as well as the base Velcro modifications. 


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Re: Kingham Falling Cushions No More

Post by Machloop on Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:02 pm

Wargenwolf wrote:Machloop, hope this helps. I positioned the squab and seat back you can see the seat back press stud & tab, as well as the base Velcro modifications. 
One thing more, is the velcro sewn onto the cushion base or just glued ?

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Re: Kingham Falling Cushions No More

Post by Wargenwolf on Sat Apr 15, 2017 1:22 pm

Machloop wrote:
Wargenwolf wrote:Machloop, hope this helps. I positioned the squab and seat back you can see the seat back press stud & tab, as well as the base Velcro modifications. 
One thing more, is the velcro sewn onto the cushion base or just glued.
Just checked and it looks like sewn and glued.

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Re: Kingham Falling Cushions No More

Post by Cookie99 on Tue May 02, 2017 9:10 pm

I have just tried out an Anti-Slip mat from Dunelm. It comes in various sheet sizes and I bought 80x150cm for £7.99. Just put between the cushion squab and slats it has stopped any movement of the sofa cushion while on the move. Really pleased with it.
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