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I have a set of metal TV trays and the little plastic brackets that hold the top to the legs are broken. I believe the model # is 15-308. Can I buy a repair kit? I really like them.

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  • Sonya Aug 20, 2013

    I wish I could find a solution, also! My set of T.V. Trays (model 15-468) are in good shape with the exception of the plastic clips. Why can't we find any??????

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Http://www.wclco.com/pdf/plastics/153-154.pdf Scrol down and look at these clips. You'll need some rivits to attach.

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