Drop-arm Sofas Advice Guide
Your new sofa has been made from the best quality fabrics and materials, and designed to give you all the support and comfort you need.
Our sofas are built by expert craftsmen, with stability, style and comfort in mind and some are available on castors to make them easier to move around.
How to operate your Drop-arm sofa
To lower either arm
- Remove back cushions and seat cushions where necessary on your Drop-arm sofa
- Push the arm inwards (towards the centre of your sofa) as far as possible until you hear a click
- If you have pushed the arm in enough you should then be able to pull the arm back downwards to the flat position
To lift either arm
- Push the arm upwards (towards the centre of your sofa) to any of the positions you prefer
Should you ever fancy putting your feet up for an afternoon snooze simply drop down the arms, allowing you to stretch out fully and comfortably without having to leave the warmth of your living room.
Reclining modular sofas
Unscrew coach bolts and wing nuts from action base
Tilt section B as shown in Fig.1 and locate steel spigot into slot on action base
Rotate sections A and B onto front as shown in Fig.2
Replace coach bolts and wing nuts into allocated holes
For reclining 3 seater, repeat steps 1-4 on third section C as shown in Fig.3
To separate, reverse procedure.
Removal and replacement of recliner backs
Riser Recliners, Powered and Manual reclining chairs and sofas
Make sure that all cables are free from all moving parts.
Using a screwdriver or similar blunt instrument, insert into gap between action and metal sleeve and prise sleeve upwards to release back
(Fig.1). Then pull back upwards to remove back
To replace, simply locate the back section sleeves onto the rear struts of the action and push down until the sleeves lock into place.