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Old 09-14-2015, 07:14 AM   #1
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Loose night table

Just noticed going into the coach to get something that the night table closest to the rear is loose ( pulled away from the wall, perhaps stripped screw ). No big deal but does anyone have an idea or perhaps taken a photo of how this area is framed or what if anything they may run up in that area ( wires for example ) Just want to make sure in running a couple extra screws in that area that nothing is compromised. Thanks !
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Old 09-14-2015, 07:51 AM   #2
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Joe I would bet that something was in the way when they closed the slide and it most likely pulled it off the wall. As for reattaching you are just going to have to stick your head down there and take a look.



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Old 09-14-2015, 08:01 AM   #3
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Ours came off the wall. The back panel is held to the cabinet with very small nails what I did was unscrew the back panel from the wall, run some screws in to the panel to the cabinet to hold the back on and then put the cabinet back in place using the same 4 screws they had used to hold the cabinet. Poor design to use just some little nails to hold the cabinet back panel to the cabinet frame.
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I agree with Skip. I had the same issue and tried tightening the screws that I could see on the inside of the cabinet. I found that they were all tight. Took the cabinet off and saw that the back panel had loosened from the frame. Reattached the back panel and used the same mounting screws that were used originally to screw back to the wall.
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