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help! new sofa that 'moves' on wood floor

Posted by bstnjohn (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 14, 09 at 10:40

I just got a great sectional from Macy's that I really love. It has two love seat sections with a corner unit making for three sections all together. It also has small wood feet. It is the most comfortable sofa I have every owned and has great reviews expect for the below problem.

See unit at: http://www1.macys.com/catalog/product/index.ognc?ID=252704&CategoryID=35925

The problem is the love seat sections keep moving away from the corner unit, especially when I lay on the unit with my body on the two units (couch potato style :-). I've tried putting rubber coaster units under the legs to keep it from moving but it only helps slightly. I hate that I have to constantly move the units together. Ideas, suggestions or products to help would be greatly appreciated.


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RE: help! new sofa that 'moves' on wood floor

Are the sectionals not 'locked' together? If not, then you should buy the hardware to do that otherwise it will be a constant problem. Here's what you need, install it yourself with a few screws:

http://www.homeplaceparts.com/product_info.php?products_id=46

Here is a link that might be useful: Sectional Hardware


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