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ctcruiser Posted - Jun 09 2010 : 14:38:56
Helping a friend fix a leak on his 260 but I do not see a cabinet or anything under the sink or access panel behind the sink,
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Shadowcruzr Posted - Jun 11 2010 : 07:37:01
Look in the crease between the back and seat cushions for brackets. Once screws are removed, lift straight up on the back cushions.
There should be access thru the toilet paper holder or a cabnet or something.
ctcruiser Posted - Jun 11 2010 : 00:58:47
it's Martinique is their a trick to getting that cushin off it does not want to budge?
danielcooper9 Posted - Jun 10 2010 : 08:39:00
You haven't mentioned what model it is but I think the access panel is behind the wall seat cushion on the opposite side of the wall (for a Martinique).

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