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Will the Thomas Payne Seismic Power Reclining Loveseats Fit Through a 24 Inch Wide Doorway


I have a 2015 Newmar class A diesel 4037 We would like to purchase the seismic dual powered loveseat with the 10 1/2” center in majestic chocolate. I would like to know if it will fit through our 24” wide door. The 195-095-096-094 just says chocolate in the top of the article. i just want to verify if it is the majestic chocolate? Also curious the price is $. But If purchased separately is $What would the price be for the Thomas Payne majestic chocolate seismic dual power loveseat w/10 1/2” console, heat, massage and led?


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Yes, the Thomas Payne Seismic Dual Power Reclining RV Loveseats will all fit through a 24" wide doorway so long as you carry each piece in separately. I have heard this is possible from many customers with even room to spare.

The Thomas Payne Seismic Dual Power Reclining RV Loveseat part # 195-095-096-094 is indeed coined Majestic Chocolate. In regards to pricing, it can sometimes as you mentioned be more cost effective to just purchase each part separately so if that is the case then more power to you to take this route. I have attached these three pieces below for you.

Thomas Payne Seismic Left Arm Power RV Recliner part # 195-000095
Thomas Payne Seismic Right Arm Power RV Recliner part # 195-000094
Thomas Payne Seismic RV Recliner Console part # 195-000096

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Fred L.

I have this model but I have discovered a few things that I need help with. I bought A brand new venture touring model and my couch seems different than this one. I had to pull it out because it was placed in the slide out incorrectly. After I moved it I plugged it back in and everything works except you can’t turn off the blue LED light. I also saw when I was back there that there were green female plugs that were not plugged into anything. from your video it looks like the cupholder should have had a motorized lift mechanism and a lamock of some kind. Did I somehow get a older model that doesn’t have automated chair movement? If so can I upgrade it with parts from you?

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Reply from Jon G.

Lippert has released a handful of different recliners and it seems like they are constantly discontinuing one just to release another. It's very possible that you have an older model that looks similar to this but with slightly different parts/functions. It's my understanding that these different recliners use different parts (I don't know why) so I kind of doubt that you would be able to upgrade it to something different. If you can send me some pictures of your recliner and let me know what functions it carries I can see if I can identify it and any replacement parts, but you might need to reach out to Lippert directly for replacement parts. Since you said you have a brand new trailer you might even have a new release that we don't carry yet. In that case your furniture would likely still fall under that 1-year warranty.

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