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We bought all new patio furniture last year and noticed the table was a little swooped in the middle but we were busy getting ready for a big party that we forgot about. We used the table a lot and stored it in the shed during the winter. When we took it out a few weeks ago, we noticed that the table was even more "swooped" in the middle. It holds water like crazy. So, I called Sears to complain about it and they told me that the manufacturer went out of business and they would offer me a $250 gift card to Sears. That won't cover the cost of the table, so now I'm fighting with Sears. Ugh! Sorry but I had to vent


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Posts: 7650 | Location: Maryland, USA | Registered: Jun 28, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I'm sorry about the table dilemma......fustrating when something like that happens. Would it be possible to re-tile the table top?


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Posts: 3172 | Location: southern middle Tennessee | Registered: May 05, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I like VE's suggestion. But I think I might put some kind of brace on the under side first.


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Posts: 4308 | Location: SW Ga. 8b | Registered: Apr 21, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Sears has been having some poor customer service lately. My sister had a problem with a mail order that she never received and they did nothing to remedy the problem.


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Posts: 7276 | Location: Central Florida | Registered: Feb 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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if u don't have to move the table around the brace will be just the fix!
 
Posts: 1259 | Location: wyandotte, mi. usa | Registered: Jul 23, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Aw, jeez, that blows! I guess, I'd take the gift card then flip the table over and try to brace it to make it straight. It may last for a couple years at least. My table is glass which never bows... but it does get scratched. I have to be careful but I can't tell guests that!


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