Re: Dinette legs
Well, "hinged" may conjur up different mental pictures to different folks. Unless you see it, the hinge on the Escape tables is difficult to explain. When put in place, the table is attached to the wall by two what can be called "cleats", one on each side of the table end. The table has the male portion and the wall has the female portion. The side away from the wall has a foldable leg underneath that is lowered and clicks into place. When the table is dropped down to make the bed, the end away from the wall is raised to allow the male portion of the cleats to disengage from the female portions. There is a metal rod that acts as the hinge. The leg is folded up, the table is pulled out from the wall which allows the hinge to lower it down to the bed position.
For people who haven't seen it in action, this probably makes absolutely no sense <g>. Maybe someone who knows how could post a link to a video showing the procedure.
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