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Repair of a Stuck Table

Posted by dancingqueen (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 15, 11 at 18:47

I have a wood kitchen table about 38 x 58 that is "stuck" and will not open. There is no lock and I suspect it somehow jammed when being moved. Any thoughts about what I should pay to have this repaired? It does have a leaf but it's not in the table. TIA

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RE: Repair of a Stuck Table

This sounds like the sort of thing that might be fixed in minutes, probably without requiring a lot of special tools. If you don't know anyone with much mechanical aptitude, perhaps you have a handyman who could take a look at it? We can't predict the cost without knowing what's wrong, but it might just be a 'service call' sort of fee, i.e. whatever it costs to get your handyman to walk in the door.

RE: Repair of a Stuck Table

Most of the time it just takes two people and a good tug.

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