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Old 05-04-2012, 11:00 AM   #1
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I may have mentioned that on my trip, the strut (leg) that holds up the dinette table broke off in my hand. This leg is screwed to a plywood block which is screwed into the plywood backing with 6 or 8 little screws. Looks to me that the screws were not very deep into the plywood backing and it has peeled off a layer of the plywood probably 1/8 to 1/4" thick. Just looking at it, my first thought was to just get some wood glue a put it back together.

Haven't talked with my dealer yet, but do you think that's what they would probably do? Would you accept that, or would you demand a whole new table? If they'd just glue it, that probably a 1 day affair and I'm not out of commission. If they order a table, then it's probably take the camper home until it comes in, returning to install the table, probably another day. I'm OK, but not OK with having to leave it up there for who knows how long until a part comes in.

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Old 05-04-2012, 11:36 AM   #2
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if it is glued and clamped it will probably do better than it did with the few screws. I would have them order a new one but glue it up to finish my camping season and toward fall go get it put in. If still under warranty you paid for a good camper and deserve one.

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