Agreed. Remove the motor, lube the worm gears with WD-40 and work the legs down.....carefully. I would use a pry bar and give them a gentle shove. I had mine hang up due to extending and weighting the legs on a slope. That small twist locked one of them up. Doug, they have to come down....or off...else you'll be having a very wobbly camping trip come July.
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