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I just received today my Berkline 13175 recliners. I ordered a straight row of three. My question is, for you folks that own this chair, how do you connect the individual chairs to form a single unit? My row of three has a two armed chair, and two single arm chairs. Ok that makes sense. The single arm chairs have the arm on the left. On the bottom right of these two chairs, there is a frame with a male joiner. My problem is that under the left arm of each of these chairs, there is no frame with a female joiner by which the three chairs would be mated to form a single unit. Let me know what your 13175 has to mate the single chairs to each other. Then I can tell my online store what my shipment is missing. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, in advance for your help.
 

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I just received today my Berkline 13175 recliners. I ordered a straight row of three. My question is, for you folks that own this chair, how do you connect the individual chairs to form a single unit? My row of three has a two armed chair, and two single arm chairs. Ok that makes sense. The single arm chairs have the arm on the left. On the bottom right of these two chairs, there is a frame with a male joiner. My problem is that under the left arm of each of these chairs, there is no frame with a female joiner by which the three chairs would be mated to form a single unit. Let me know what your 13175 has to mate the single chairs to each other. Then I can tell my online store what my shipment is missing. THANK YOU VERY MUCH, in advance for your help.

Actually, I didn't even have to connect my Berklines--I just put them smack up next to each other. They seem to stay put really well without being actually attached.
 

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Jon,


You do not really need to "join" them together. If you put them on the carpet they will not move while reclining. But if you want to get the brackets and install them yourself, contact the dealer you have purchased it from and he would be able to get them for you.


The reason Berkline does not install those brackets on the two straight arm recliners and on the outside armrest of the one straight arm recliners is because they never know who you are going to use a specific piece.


For example: if you just purchased individual two arm recliner as a standalone chair and they had the brackets installed they would be sticking out on one of the sides, and I do not think you would like that. With the one arm recliner again they do not know whether it is going to be a piece inside of the configuration or the last one. If it is inside then you "need" brackets, and if it is outside - you do not.


The idea was that when you buy the curved configuration you always know which piece goes where and then the brackets make sense


They should have just not used the brackets at all (they do not use them on domestic models), and not confuse the customer if you ask me...
 

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Thanks Roman. Your answer is appreciated, and it makes sense. I think you hit the nail on the head especially with the last statement "They should have just not used the brackets at all (they do not use them on domestic models), and not confuse the customer if you ask me... " Ok, I am satisfied that nothing is actually missing on my chairs.
I am just going to enjoy the heck out of them. My first movie in them will be UP today!!
 
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