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Old 04-18-2016, 02:54 PM   #1
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What's up with this dang table that keeps going down on me?


Has anyone figured out a way to make our tables stay up?

I just purchased a 35.5 inch wood table top and plan to install it later this week. I'll post pictures afterwards.

While I have the factory table top off, I'd like to fix it permanently in the up position.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Steve Eckart
in Leander, TEX
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:02 PM   #2
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Steve, make sure you pull the table all the way up until the locking mechanism clicks into place. It can seemed locked but I've had mine come down before. Also a nut inside the pedestal had come off so I replaced it with a nylock nut. Once you take the top off you will see it is a pretty simple set-up. I would be careful about fixing it in the up position. They are top heavy and come from the factory only screwed the floor. I have heard of a table pulling out of the floor while traveling with the table up. I ended up bolting mine down with 1/4" bolts and fender washers.

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