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Old 08-29-2015, 01:37 PM   #1
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2104s - Dinette table issue/question

We picked up our trailer yesterday and one thing they didn't cover on the walkthru was how to lower/raise the dinette table. We flipped it over and couldn't figure out anything that wouldn't amputate a finger in the process.

Also the table top is wobbly. Anyone else encounter this? Is there a screw underneath that will tighten it up or should we just ask the dealer for a replacement table?
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Old 08-29-2015, 02:38 PM   #2
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There's a yellow "button" on one leg. You push it to the side to release the latch and fold the legs. It's a PITA to fold for most of us. If you google "wobbly table" here, you'll get some threads on dealing with the wobblyness.

The table is my biggest pet peeve of FR.
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Old 08-29-2015, 07:14 PM   #3
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I find if you tilt table up on the brackets where it's going to rest, and release the lock as you push the legs up it goes easier. Still a pia.


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After years of lifting the table and folding the legs, and then cantilever the table onto the support blocks we had the table on our new trailer to high and low leg system. Once you try it a few time, you will appreciate the benefits.


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After years of lifting the table and folding the legs, and then cantilever the table onto the support blocks we had the table on our new trailer to high and low leg system. Once you try it a few time, you will appreciate the benefits.


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A shot of WD40 to the pivot points will speed the break in. The little yellow button comes out pretty easy... be careful. Once the table gets "flexible", it can be collapsed and slid into place without killing yourself lifting it. Drag it out toward you, flip the latch to the side, and while stepping on the leg base. Push it away from you and lowering it into it's resting space and pushing the entire assembly gradually away from you. I haven't figured a trick to getting it up other than resting the edge of the table on the floor and pulling the legs into position. That last few inches you do have to hold the yellow button out. I had to reconfigure the yellow button to something more substantial. That setup is pretty lame
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