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My front furnace is accessible from the top with the couch slid out, yours is different?
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That would require that I remove the couch because the box does not fit through the hole. Plus I think the screws for the box are inside and can only be removed once the furnace is out. I'll take another look. The furnace will slide out if that pipe is not there. It slides back and forth.
Really not that big of a deal to remove the couch
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On the furnace under the couch i pull the carpet off the front of the couch box,then i cut a section of the front of the couch box out and remove it,an access hole.
pull the furnace out,and when you put it back screw the panel you took out back in and
glue the carpet back in place.
You will never know you cut the hole.

I assumed you were working on a fixed couch,the one on the curb side.
They are not easy to remove.
But if your working on a street side couch do not pay any attention to me!
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