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Old 09-18-2016, 06:51 AM   #1
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Dinette table

In my 2017 wildwood 230 I noticed my dinette table is wobbly. When I looked at the legs I noticed the front base is screwed down but the rear base has no screws and can be swung around. Is this normal? Or a factory goof?
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Old 09-18-2016, 07:00 AM   #2
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If you post a picture, we can tell you how to fix it.
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Old 09-18-2016, 07:07 AM   #5
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There are no screws in the tables rear leg base. Not sure if is a goof as the table wobbles
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Yes, there should be a screw in every hole. You have to be careful when you put the new screws in if the table is in a slide due to the thickness of the slide floor. Take a screw out of the good side and buy the exact same from the hardware store. If the new screws are to long, you could damage the floor when you bring the slide in. Easy fix. Also check those from time to time, they work themselves lose.
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Had the same on my wildwood 28dbud. I had it in for other warranty work and although it seemed silly, I had just them throw some more screws in there. Must've been near quitting time on Friday when they did the table.
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Yes, there should be a screw in every hole. You have to be careful when you put the new screws in if the table is in a slide due to the thickness of the slide floor. Take a screw out of the good side and buy the exact same from the hardware store. If the new screws are to long, you could damage the floor when you bring the slide in. Easy fix. Also check those from time to time, they work themselves lose.
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