Rapido table

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  1. frogijock

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    has anyone removed their table from their Rapido? If so did you have a problem getting the screws loosened? And what type of screwdriver did you use? The screws holding the table in my van will not budge and I don't want to damage the slots (on screws) trying to loosen them.
    Thanks in anticipation
    Bill
     
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    Either PZ2 or PZ3 screwdriver
     
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    used a impact driver (y)pz 2
     
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    When you get the screws out you will find the base has stuck to the lino and will need a good jolt to break it free
     
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    I removed ours, screws were tight but no problem with the right size tip
     
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    Thanks to all, bought a PZ3 driver and removed table, easy with correct tool, just got to find lightweight table to replace it
    Bill
     
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    The table comes in handy in ours. The smaller dog uses is as a handy step up to join the boy in the drop down bed.
     
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    Many thanks for this Andy,

    The table is absoloutely HUGE in our van and like you it is only required to be a 2 berth, if visitors want to stay they can carry the bloody table!,
    This is the perfect answer to our needs, also the dog will be well pleased not having to share his bed with a large leg in his way

    Andy

    ps. just tried out Ferry Meadows (y)
     
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