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The Woods Aluminum Roll Up Table Sku#W)-CF-450151, although advertised as having adjustable legs, only has an adjustable sleeve on the bottom of one leg. Can the table be leveled using just this one adjustment? I dont see how it can be. Are the other legs adjustable in some other way?

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