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Old 04-18-2022, 03:25 PM   #1
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Table in our 2015 Jayflight DST 38RLTS

Last year we decided to settle into a little more permanent seasonal site by buying a pre-owned 2015 Jay Flight DST 38RLTS. So far we love having the extra room and what we think feels more like a cabin in the woods. I do have a question for others that might have this model or one similar to it. The large slide in the living room for the two swivel chairs and the free standing table appears to be rather level. However the table has a pretty good slope to it toward the outside wall. The one leg appears to be on the raised wood where the frame of the slide is where the other is directly on the floor. I have felt around to see if there is possibly a groove or maybe is the table should be mounted further toward the wall. However, I dont see anything that would make it sit more level. Does anyone else have this issue? I do have to say I love the residential fridge and the high ceilings. Everything else about the camper is great!.
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