A word of caution to anyone who has the latch that locks the cabinet position when released. Don't let anyone force the cabinet closed without using the latch.
Ours never worked very well and totally malfunctioned when we started this trip in January. This allowed the cabinet to freely come out while traveling. As a temporary measure I put a door stop under the cabinet until I could find the time to fix it.
Later, I removed the sofa to gain access to the side door where the latch assemble is located. The mechanism works by means of a gas assist rod similar to those on the basement doors. It is different from the doors in that it has a pin on the end of the rod that when depressed allows the rod to move. I found that someone prior to our purchasing the coach had forced the cabinet closed while the latch was released. This tore the gas assist rod retaining screws out of the wood and bent the gas assist closer rod. To repair this, someone (probably the dealer's maintenance person had moved the gas assist rod attachment point several inches to the rear. This caused the cabinet to be hard to open and close and totally defeated its purpose.
To repair my unit I ordered a new gas assist rod ($130). Ouch! In order to install it at its correct position (halfway out) I had to invert the assembly and install it on the bottom of the cabinet instead of the top of the cabinet. It now works very well and the gas assist rod functions to assist in opening and closing. When the latch is released the cabinet locks in place.
I have attached a photo of the gas assist rod where it attaches to the back of the cabinet. Note the release cable is disconnected. It normally attaches to the gray colored piece and actuates the pin on the end of the gas assist rod.