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Old 05-07-2017, 04:39 PM   #1
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Greetings all.

I'm looking at a 2004 3100 SE. I boarded it yesterday. The table in the V berth was very wobbly where the table met the support post. It just slid on to the post, metal to metal. Do you think it was on wrong? Maybe it was missing a part?

Also, we couldn't lower the table. Does the middle support post come out or just push down. We didn't want to force anything.

Other than that it just needed detailing.

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Welcome aboard

Not fimilar with this model so I let other respond.
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Welcome aboard Trainman!!

Most of the tables I've seen in images online show a nut to lock a sliding post. I couldn't attest to what was on your model. They might have a solid removable post . If so most Todd post bottoms are a threaded screw. Most tops are also 'push-on'. Maxum used mostly Todd products for that type of hardware.
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Thanks, that's a start. Off to google Todd products.
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Also, if they sole (floor) is carpeted, sometimes they lay the carpet over the floor mount, then screw the base in. This leaves a wad of carpet between the base of the post and the mounting base. It can sometimes lead to a wobbly table. I removed the carpet in the settee area and replaced with a vinyl floor made to look like a hardwood floor. It allowed me to screw the table down completely stabilized it.
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