Thanks for all the input.
I had already considered moving a leg in but it just looked like it wouldn't work. So to satisfy my curiosity I took a second look. The legs on the table are set in 2" on both sides.
So I took a leg off and moved it in 8". It will not work because as stated earlier they need the room to fold up.
It does not matter how far back I went, the legs will not fold unless they are in the original position.
So I decided to see how thick the pressboard wall is by putting a screw in it in an under-seat area. it's maybe 1/4" thick. I was thinking of mounting one of these
to the wall and table with some type of drywall anchor. It would have to be something strong. Any ideas of what type of anchor? Maybe something metal.
Another solution would be to put a wooden shelf on the wall using using an anchor. The advantage of the wood would be I could use more anchors. I would use velcro to keep the table in place.
What really gets me about this is the FR brochure for the 1809 shows the table against the wall and I have tried to get a response from them on this issue and I have heard nothing. I have been polite and now I'm tired of trying. The other thing is the Surveyor model that is similar to the 1809, has the table in the same area with the wheel-well and they mounted it to the wall. I'm sure they have an aluminum frame member in the wall to support it as well.
Anyway, thanks for the responses. Any ideas would be helpful.
PS It's 30 degrees F and i am pleased that the furnace works very well.