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Old 03-22-2009, 04:43 PM   #1
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Question Wrong size table in our dinette

We were told while on our "walk-through" that the factory had set our benches too wide because when the tech tried to make the dinette down to a bed the table fell through. But, recently we were in a Dolphin identical to ours and realized their table is wider than ours. Obviously, someone wanted our wide table and got it and this coach, which was not sold yet, got the narrow one.
Does anyone know where we could get the right size table top for our dinette?
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:23 AM   #2
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I had a similar problem with my 99 Tradewinds 7370. One end of the table would rest on the lips and the other end near the isle would fall thru. I did some measuring and found they just did some real sloppy work putting the seat frames in. I removed the drawers and squared up everything and it is fine now. I also put a different table support in that uses a air spring and latch to raise and lower the table. I usually leave the table down when I am traveling to take the wear and tear off the wall bracket. It took me a while to figure out how to get the drawers out. Pretty sneaky of National. Empty the drawers and the bottoms are free to lift out. Then the screws are exposed and you can remove the drawers and re align the seat frames. It won't take much and you won't notice the difference between the couch and the seat back. Of course you can't do anything with the seat near the slide out wall so it all has to be done on the couch side. Hope this can be of use to you.
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