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Old 03-08-2023, 02:25 PM   #1
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Mainship 395 interior remodel

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I am wondering if anyone out there knows how to remove the cushions from a the dinette on a Mainship 395. The seat toward the bow has no storage undeneath due to it being over second cabin to provide headroom. Panels seem very firmly attached with the cabinetry in the way. I have tried pushing pulling sliding lifting but I am afraid I will break something. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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First hello all.
I am wondering if anyone out there knows how to remove the cushions from a the dinette on a Mainship 395. The seat toward the bow has no storage undeneath due to it being over second cabin to provide headroom. Panels seem very firmly attached with the cabinetry in the way. I have tried pushing pulling sliding lifting but I am afraid I will break something. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Welcome to TF. As you have a very model specific issue, I have taken the liberty of moving your thread now to the Mainship subsection. There should be some who can help you more likely to notice your query there. Cheers,
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Try sliding it UP. I had a boat with a seat back that was similar and it had keyhole mounts on the back.
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Old 03-21-2023, 06:54 PM   #5
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hidden screws

On my Mainship Pilot 430 the settee cushions backs are removed by accessing the screws that are in the joint of the cushion itself, mine are roughly half way down the back of the rear cushion where the cushion folds back in, the screws are in that joint, you can find them by running your finger in the horizontal joint and when you find them then spread the cushions apart to access the screws. If you have additional trouble message me and I'll send you some pictures.
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Old 03-25-2023, 07:12 PM   #6
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Not very many 395's were built and i don't know if they shared much of the 34T interior. That said, it sounds like you are trying to remove the seat and not the back. if so, is the seat solid or does it have two cushions? If it does there would be screws between the cushions. If not, see if you have any movement as you try to lift starting from one side and moving toward the other. Mainship may have used velcro
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Thanks everyone. I will try these suggestions.
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