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Old 12-08-2019, 04:29 PM   #1
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Table removal

Hi all,
We have a 2020 23 FB we’ve owned for 2 months. Our problem is with the dinette table in the booth. We HATE the pedestal that you can unlatch and swivel and are going to make a smaller table top that is narrower so we can slide in and out easily. It’s just the 2 of us so no one will be using the bed.
Now to our problem... we can’t figure out how to remove the sliding plate under the tabletop from the tabletop. Once it’s removed we are going to remove the slides and attach the smaller tabletop to the wide plate mounted to the pedestal.
If this doesn’t make sense imagine drawer slides. These are positioned flat on top of the plate between the tabletop and the metal plate.
Would appreciate any suggestions, but only if you know it will work. We’re fairly handy but this has stumped us!
Thanks
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Old 12-11-2019, 06:50 AM   #3
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Yep Agree that the table in the 23 can be frustrating. Yes the slider mech. can be removed by getting under the table and removing the screws from slider to table first. You have to move the slider back and forth to access the screw heads the are located within the actual slider slot tracks. Then once the table is off, you can now access the screws that mount the slider to the post. The plate on the post then can be used to fix mount a table of your choice, I used a pre made top which is sold as a tool cabinet work topper. Keep all of parts and table in for when you trade or sell. Take some care as the table is heavy, and when moving the slider to access the table screws can get away on its own. Let us know how it went or if you need further.
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Yep Agree that the table in the 23 can be frustrating. Yes the slider mech. can be removed by getting under the table and removing the screws from slider to table first. You have to move the slider back and forth to access the screw heads the are located within the actual slider slot tracks. Then once the table is off, you can now access the screws that mount the slider to the post. The plate on the post then can be used to fix mount a table of your choice, I used a pre made top which is sold as a tool cabinet work topper. Keep all of parts and table in for when you trade or sell. Take some care as the table is heavy, and when moving the slider to access the table screws can get away on its own. Let us know how it went or if you need further.


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