T-Line bed ladder help (1 Viewer)

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Paul J

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I have a T-Line 590 with the electric bed, accessed by the supplied ladder. The ladder has a square plastic hook type shape to the top, which doesn't seem compatible in the slightest with the rail of the bed that it should locate on, it moves as you climb the latter, and even attempts to dig into the side of the mattress. Am I missing something with this, or is it just a poorly mis-matched component, being not really compatible with the bed ?

any help would be great

thanks

Paul
 

suavecarve

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Dont have a T-line or an electric bed but would have a go at the issue with some photos.

Certainly if there is no joy here in a couple of days i would bung it into the main "chat section"

The answer is going to be so obvious...... it always is !
 
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Paul J

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thanks, I'm not with the van at the moment, but I'll do as you suggest and post a photo/

thank you
 

suavecarve

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Looks like it is supposed to be strange !

https://www.caravanguard.co.uk/news/roller-team-t-line-590-motorhome-review-just-glide-bed-5617/

There’s also a rather strange hinged ladder to help access if you want the bed at a higher level, for example if you’re planning to sleep more than two. Thanks to flat cushions, the lounge seating can also be made into a flat double bed, making this a genuine four-berth. That’s also with the help of the table, a fixed pedestal affair with a range of movement, including a pneumatic operation for its height.
 
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Paul J

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sorry, yes, it a RollerTeam T-Line 590

re the link and info in the post above, it's not a hinged ladder, it's a one piece thing, I'll get a photo, that way, anyone who has used one might tell me where I'm going wrong

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We have a 590 and my wife would not use the ladder. We used the made up bed instead. However we found a folding 2step access stool which has proved to be ideal for her.
Our ladder has a folding section and the tops of the sides are hooked. The hooks fit between the edge of the bed and the mattress.
The ladder is now permanently stored at home.
 

Steve N Tracy

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If yours is a 590 with the door on the UK nearside, the bed could have been reversed from the continental layout, have you looked on the other side of the bed for the 2 ladder guides?
 
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We have a t590 and only use the drop down bed to its lowest level so we only use a small step. However we take the ladder with us and store it on the shelf above the cab, this means we have it if we do take the grandkids and it serves a double purpose by the fact that the gaps between the ladder rungs hold items that you put up there and stops them moving around - try it it seems to work well for us.
 

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