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Old 07-03-2015, 10:39 AM   #1
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Screen door handle and dinette table repairs

First, the handle to the screen door broke. So I carved this:
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The folding dinette leg system broke as well. I didn't like the bulky, heavy system anyway:
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So I made a single folding leg:
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And a support board attached to the wall. The table connects to it via Velcro:Click image for larger version

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I like this much better. We never take our table outside, so no big loss. And, I can leave it up while moving.

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Old 07-10-2015, 12:03 PM   #2
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clever, I like your ingenuity,....I converted the three sided dinette nook of our Micro Lite 25KS into a two sided table like yours by making a cap for the table top that goes back to the bench seat back cushion, .......that enlarged the table top area quite a bit and since its just me and my wife, this works much better for us,.......another idea that has helped a lot, is a three sided fence clipped to the table top when traveling, prevents things from vibrating off the table when traveling and saves us from having to clear everything off the table for traveling, actually now the table becomes a place to put small items when preparing to travel,....having to clear the table every time to move was a real hassle, .......we enjoy our time in the trailer and small improvements like these just help make it more comfortable ,......
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