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New owner - Is there a way to turn down sensitivity on controls for Seats?

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  • New owner - Is there a way to turn down sensitivity on controls for Seats?

    Getting our new Reflection303rl setup - man the controls for Heat and Massage are touchy. Come close to it and they turn on. Anyway to change them out to push button controls? Perhaps a off/on switch? I can just pull the power for my side of the recliner as a last resort
    2020 Reflection 303RL
    2007 Dodge 2500 6.7 CAi, Tune, 4" turbo back, RevMax550, Carli with Bags

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    DW saw these on a GD FB page that pointed her to Etsy. Guy makes them with a 3D printer and other FB posts said they work. I haven’t put them on yet but here’s a photo and Etsy link. It may say sold out but you could try contacting the person.

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    • #3
      GDRV-Emily

      Hi Emily - Do you know anyone at LCI that could look at this issue? I'm sure they'd like to have the opportunity to address it, at least on future builds.

      Jim
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      Jim and Ginnie
      2017 Reflection 297RSTS

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      • #4
        Originally posted by TucsonJim View Post
        GDRV-Emily

        Hi Emily - Do you know anyone at LCI that could look at this issue? I'm sure they'd like to have the opportunity to address it, at least on future builds.

        Jim

        I had my 303 in to the dealer for a couple of things this past week. With a little time on my hands, I looked over the new models. The 303 that I checked out had the new color interior and a new set of switches on the recliners. They had a definite on/off to them, and were located vertically, on the inside edge of the arm rest, not the top.

        A much better design, in my opinion.
        Tom and Janice

        First came the 18' Comfort bumper-pull, was great for 20 years.
        Now a 2019 Reflection 303RLS, second air, double glass, table and chairs
        2019 F350 Lariat 4x4 Crewcab with lots of goodies
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        • #5
          I disconnected the little plug in back, under the fabric, to the vibrate control and I'm about 1 more accidental touch to disconnecting the heat.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TNFSolitude View Post
            I disconnected the little plug in back, under the fabric, to the vibrate control and I'm about 1 more accidental touch to disconnecting the heat.
            x2 - disconnected both the footlights (and those are useful for what?...) and the vibrator in the back on both seats. I also removed the armrest in the center (the units are modular and my wife like to curl up). The buttons on our theater seats are configured differently than the little gizmos above, so those aren't an option for us.

            Rob
            Rob & Laura
            U.S. Army Retired (Rob)
            2012 F350 DRW CC Lariat PS 6.7, PullRite OE 18K
            2020 Solitude 310GK-R, MORryde IS and disc brakes, solar, DP windows
            (Previously in a 2016 Reflection 337RLS)
            Full time since 08/2015

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Second Chance View Post

              x2 - disconnected both the footlights (and those are useful for what?...) and the vibrator in the back on both seats. I also removed the armrest in the center (the units are modular and my wife like to curl up). The buttons on our theater seats are configured differently than the little gizmos above, so those aren't an option for us.

              Rob
              I've been trying to figure out how to remove the armrest. Could you post how you did it? Especially the upper section.

              Thanks
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Running from Gnats View Post

                I've been trying to figure out how to remove the armrest. Could you post how you did it? Especially the upper section.

                Thanks
                The armrest is all one unit comprised of the 3 - 4 inches between the two seats. I don't know if the furniture in your Imagine is the same as the Thomas Payne in the Solitudes, but if so, here's what to do: Unscrews the long screws holding the left hand chair (as you're looking at them) from the floor. These screws are underneath the footrest on the rails running from the front to the back of the chairs just behind the front rail. Once the left hand chair is unfastened from the floor, lift it up and off of the center armrest. Lift the armrest up and off of the right hand chair and remove it. You will be able to see the tabs on the right hand chair and the slots on the left hand chair to put the two chairs back together. You'll have to force some new holes in the floor to screw the left hand chair back down since it will now be several inches to the right of its original position with the armrest removed.

                Rob
                Rob & Laura
                U.S. Army Retired (Rob)
                2012 F350 DRW CC Lariat PS 6.7, PullRite OE 18K
                2020 Solitude 310GK-R, MORryde IS and disc brakes, solar, DP windows
                (Previously in a 2016 Reflection 337RLS)
                Full time since 08/2015

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Second Chance View Post

                  The armrest is all one unit comprised of the 3 - 4 inches between the two seats. I don't know if the furniture in your Imagine is the same as the Thomas Payne in the Solitudes, but if so, here's what to do: Unscrews the long screws holding the left hand chair (as you're looking at them) from the floor. These screws are underneath the footrest on the rails running from the front to the back of the chairs just behind the front rail. Once the left hand chair is unfastened from the floor, lift it up and off of the center armrest. Lift the armrest up and off of the right hand chair and remove it. You will be able to see the tabs on the right hand chair and the slots on the left hand chair to put the two chairs back together. You'll have to force some new holes in the floor to screw the left hand chair back down since it will now be several inches to the right of its original position with the armrest removed.

                  Rob
                  I appreciate the information. I'll check it out in the morning.

                  Norris
                  2019 Ford F-150 Lariat 2WD SuperCrew , SoftTopper, Blue Ox SwayPro hitch with 1000lb bars, Billstein 5100 series rear shocks, Hellwig rear swaybar
                  2020 Imagine 2600RD with Road Armor + wet bolt suspension, Yakima Longhaul Bike Rack, MicroAir EasyStart 364 for AC, Lion Energy 100amp X2
                  Amateur Radio Call N9XGZ
                  FMCA # 489460

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tom in PGH View Post


                    I had my 303 in to the dealer for a couple of things this past week. With a little time on my hands, I looked over the new models. The 303 that I checked out had the new color interior and a new set of switches on the recliners. They had a definite on/off to them, and were located vertically, on the inside edge of the arm rest, not the top.

                    A much better design, in my opinion.
                    Yep, makes it much easier for one of our dogs to turn on the heat and massage when she is in the chair, even with the Orvis dog throw over it.
                    Jerry and Kelly Powell, with Halo, Nash, and Reid
                    Pilot (Zebulon), NC
                    2020 Solitude 390RK-R

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