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Design hiccup 1 year 10 months ago #403098

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Now the proud owner of a new S3 Unicorn Valencia. :P First outing and OH puts his feet up on the nice long front sofa. TV on the bracket facing lounge. Remote control placed on the top of the sofa backrest cushion. Drink on the front chest. Luvvly Jubbly!
Two minutes later he has knocked the remote control and it has gone down into the space between the board at the back of the sofa and the van wall and is resting on the fins of the Alde radiator at the bottom of the space. Completely inaccessible. Fortunately some skilled use of barbecue tongs eventually extracted it.
So be warned. The space is a trap for TV remotes and mobile phones.
Mel
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Design hiccup 1 year 10 months ago #403109

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..........do we have to book up for a royal tour around the new palace in October?
King Gafferbill WC......I had a cunning plan!
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Design hiccup 1 year 9 months ago #404180

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Mel wrote:
Now the proud owner of a new S3 Unicorn Valencia. :P First outing and OH puts his feet up on the nice long front sofa. TV on the bracket facing lounge. Remote control placed on the top of the sofa backrest cushion. Drink on the front chest. Luvvly Jubbly!
Two minutes later he has knocked the remote control and it has gone down into the space between the board at the back of the sofa and the van wall and is resting on the fins of the Alde radiator at the bottom of the space. Completely inaccessible. Fortunately some skilled use of barbecue tongs eventually extracted it.
So be warned. The space is a trap for TV remotes and mobile phones.
Mel
And reading glasses
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