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Table is "humped" 1/16" in middle of table. How can i level my table back down?

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Is it the table or the insert that is humped. I have never heard of a table especially in the middle being humped. I would recommend that you call 1-800-4625482 that is the Makita Tech Support line and see what they can come up with versus replacing the table

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