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I can't figure out of the back seat in my 1998 toyota corolla lays down

I can't figure out of the back seat in my 1998 toyota corolla VE lays down! Help, how can I tell. There are no buttons anywhere that I can see

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Open the trunk & pull the 2 small knobs, one on either side, inside the top area of the trunk cavity, right under the rear glass area.
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