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Old 01-10-2016, 09:13 PM   #21
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The switch is all manual. No auto functions
Reijo, please start you own thread for your issues and don't continue to hijack this one.....................
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Old 01-10-2016, 09:51 PM   #22
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I ditched the legs and bought the pedestals like above for our mini lite we had. Worked great and was very stable.

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Old 01-10-2016, 10:55 PM   #23
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I ditched the legs and bought the pedestals like above for our mini lite we had. Worked great and was very stable.

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I think that will be the route I take regardless of if I pay for it or FR does. I still need the table to double as a sleeping area occasionally, so fixed legs on it are a no go.
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Old 01-11-2016, 08:36 AM   #24
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I can't imagine why 2 legs is not enough,,, it's a dinning table,,, not a work bench ???
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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.
Maybe you are in the wrong forum,,, try searching under tail light problems,,, Good Luck !!!
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You are right, Sorry. New to this.
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Old 01-11-2016, 10:03 AM   #27
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I can't imagine why 2 legs is not enough,,, it's a dinning table,,, not a work bench ???
I agree. And any of the trailers I have owned with the chrome poles and fixed sockets as shown in these posts, could hardly be described as stable.

Are you sure you want to screw those floor mounted sockets to the floors in a laminated trailer? The floor in a laminated is foam sandwich and the upper layer of plywood under the vinyl flooring is only 1/4" thick or less. You're putting lots of faith in 1/4" plywood glued to a piece of styrofoam, especially when you start rocking it back and forth?
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Changed my folding unit to this post style. Very strong and easy to raise and lower. My slide floor is 3/4 plywood and I used t nuts.Click image for larger version

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Changed my folding unit to this post style. Very strong and easy to raise and lower. My slide floor is 3/4 plywood and I used t nuts.Attachment 97637

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Do you happen to recall what size Tee nuts you used?

I also was the telescoping pedestal, How does it lock in place?
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I used 3/8 t nut with stainless screws. The support post has flip out clips and hydraulic assist.
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