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Old 07-15-2011, 06:06 AM   #1
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Dinette to bed georgetown 360

This problem may have been posted but I could not find a reference to it. I tried l1/16ast night to drop the table on the booth dinette down to make a bed for Grands. The problem is the table would not release from the wall. Unless I am mistaken, there are two tabs that rest in slots screwed to wall, you would lift up and the attached bracket would allow the table top to drop down into proper place while still attached to wall, try as we might, the table would not come out of tabs. You can not try anything too force full in this motor home, as everything is screwed into 1/16 luan and no hollow wall anchors. My towel holder in rear bath came off wall, reaching for towel after shower. the ornate metal sculpture on bedroom wall had one screw come out while traveling. These and other items are just screwed thru cheap walls and nothing to hold them. Look forward to your responses. This is by the way a new 2011 360 and I am 900 miles from home as I write this.

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Old 07-15-2011, 06:14 AM   #2
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You need to lower the table at an angle from the wall. Once you reach about 30 degrees or so pull the table towards you. The table tabs will be above the holders. The rail on the table and wall are like a hinge and should swing down. As it goes down it will also move back towards the wall. One thing to remember is to raise the seat cushions so the table can rest on the wood on each side. You may want to look in there as well. It's been posted before that the supports for the bed were only screwed into the paneling of the seat. The backer boards had been left out. This resulted in the owner finding the floor the first time they went to use it.

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