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Old 06-13-2010, 01:46 AM   #1
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Any idea how to remove this couch?

Here's the picture, not very good but it's the only one on my computer right now, that's my Great Dane hogging the couch That one doesnt fold out but the large one does.



It's one big cushion attached to two pieces of plywood. I'm guessing glue since I can't find any screws anywhere. I can remove the top half from the wall but I can't get the bottom to budge at all, and I don't want to break it. But it's mildewey on the wall back there and there's dust from 1975 so I'd really like to get it out (at least get the cushion/plywood out, not too worried about removing the frame) to clean and seal the plywood floor. I thought someone might have some ideas since so many have done amazing upgrades to their AS's!
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I would recommend that step one be to find the dog another place to sit...

Did you remove the pans beneath the couch and look up in there for screws? Just a guess...
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Trying to get the dog off the couch is quite a challenge I did look for screws underneath, cant find any. I think I'm just going to leave it and maybe mop behind or something, since there's a good chance Ill break it if I mess with it too much.
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Just re-read your initial statement.

Imperative to get it out and find the source of the moisture that is allowing the mildew.

There's a leak back there somewhere, and it ain't gonna get better by itself...
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