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I have a nice Tv tray make out of wood. The legs dont hold up. Is there some kind of hardware I can use to make them sturdy. That they can stand up. and fold easily.

Its a folded Lap tray also called a Tv Tray made out of wood.Legs fold but it wont stay up..

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There's always a way to do something, but can't answer your question without seeing what the tray and legs look like.

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