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    Is there anyone out there with a 29-5T that can tell me if the dining table is normally level when the slide out is extended and the trailer is level?
    Did anyone adjust anything to make it level or do I need to put shims or some other solution to make it level?
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    I haven't had a need to put a level to our 29-5T table, but the wife & I have never noticed it out-of-level (and we use the table extensively while in camp).
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    • #3
      You might want to check that the table top is securely tightened to the pedestal. There is a long threaded rod from the base of the table top to the base of the pedestal. If it isn't tight the top can lean some and become off level. You'd have to unscrew the base from the floor or get a wrench in at the top to tighten it.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by GIandlj View Post
        You might want to check that the table top is securely tightened to the pedestal. There is a long threaded rod from the base of the table top to the base of the pedestal. If it isn't tight the top can lean some and become off level. You'd have to unscrew the base from the floor or get a wrench in at the top to tighten it.
        Thank you-I will give it a try-it makes sense that this might be the cause(now that I know how it is fastened). I will post a reply when I get a chance to check it out.
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        • #5
          My 2018 29L did not have the threaded rod in the table. Maybe there is more than one table design.
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          • #6
            We have two 29-5Ts. A 2010 and a 2011 in both the table is level both slide in and out.
            Definitly check the pedistal to be sure it is installed square to the top.

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