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Old 01-10-2016, 12:14 PM   #11
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Ours was also wobbly as hell. First I took short, pointed wood skewers and inserted them around the base of the poles & broke them off. Worked to a degree but still wasn't happy so, since we will never use the area as a bed, I attached an L bracket to the underside of the table and attached it to the wall which did the trick.
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Old 01-10-2016, 01:40 PM   #12
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Clearance for thus fix

My Windjammer 3001w has the dinette on the slide out. How much room is there under the floor for the screws to protrude before interfering with the slide out if I use this mounting option? This is my wife's biggest complaint with the camper, the wiggly table.
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Old 01-10-2016, 02:12 PM   #13
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My Windjammer 3001w has the dinette on the slide out. How much room is there under the floor for the screws to protrude before interfering with the slide out if I use this mounting option? This is my wife's biggest complaint with the camper, the wiggly table.
For the slide I would use something like a Tee nut if the slide comes out far enough to access the underside.



You can use a good SS screw and some Loctite if the screw is to long just cut it off flush.
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Excellent. So the bottom of the slide that I see is the 3/4" plywood I see when I lift up the carpet inside. Perfect! You da man...
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Excellent. So the bottom of the slide that I see is the 3/4" plywood I see when I lift up the carpet inside. Perfect! You da man...
The bottom like what you see from underneath outside.

I would measure from the wall to the table mount inside then transfer to the outside to make sure where the mount is located and that it does clear the floor enough to screw it down.

IF it is doable without issue I would then cover the Tee nuts with EternaBond tape.
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Old 01-10-2016, 05:30 PM   #16
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After reading all the various wobbly table posts on the forums I despaired of fixing our shaky table and took a low tech approach. We don't use the dinette for sleeping space so we swapped the table out. I found a nice 36" square folding table - like a card table. Decoupaged the top with old maps and postcards. It sticks out a little further into the kitchen area than the original but there's still plenty of walking around room. I love having a little more room for countertop overflow when I'm cooking. We fold it up and lay it on the bed when we are traveling. So far we are just thrilled with it.
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I have an XLR 27HFS. I ordered a factory leg matching what was there. Took out an upper and lower screw, bought matching at hardware store. Put it on in about 15 minutes. I can't take credit, I read it on another post 2 years ago.
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Hi All. I have a problem, my rear lights (tail lights) and perimeter lights will not come on. I have 2016 Sunseeker 2401S only 7000 miles. Brake lights, turn signals and back up lights work as they should. I am lost for finding a wiring diagram for this model and the MBS sprinter manual only gives very simple map of the fuses and relays. Any body out there who might of had this type of problem, I would really be thankful for your input. Yes all the bulbs are good.
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Light switch, does it have auto on/off setting?
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Light switch, does it have auto on/off setting?
The switch is all manual. No auto functions
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