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Subject: How to fix? It stands unevenly rss

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Craig Blumer
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Just got Klask for my birthday and am very happy!

However, the "table" does not stand evenly. I used cardboard as a temporary shim on on side or the other which stopped it from rocking but then the game surface was not level; the ball would roll to one end or the other on its own.

Suggestions?
 
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steven smolders
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Maybe with sandpaper sanding of the edge where it doesn't sit flat. Or a sanding machine it gets the job done more quickly.
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Perhaps some thin rubber feet? Maybe something similar to these: https://www.adafruit.com/product/550?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgIj6_...
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I have the same problem. Took it back and the second was the same. Placing something under the legs as suggested stops the wobble, but then makes the board uneven. Because it uses a ball with so little resistance, the uneven board makes it unplayable. We really liked the idea of the game but it overall was not worth the purchase. I think I may try bending into shape over time with some sort of weight placed on the board.
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Craig Blumer
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Thanks for confirming my experience.

I did stop the wobble by gluing a small piece of wood, but as you said then the table is uneven. We have fun anyway and switch sides after a game to balance things out.

I'm curious if weighting the board will work.

By the way Chicagopsych, I am a psychologist as well.
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Hey small world. I have "met" several psychologists on the Geek. So today I broke the game back out to play with my wife and children. We used playing cards under the legs. They are so thin that we could precisely lift the problem legs one card at a time until we had it pretty level. Next time we will also do the switching sides. My wife dominated and easily won our "tournament." So I'm still chosing to blame the uneven board
Now for the use of heavy stats books
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I am going to buy some furniture levelers and put them in place of the 4 white rubber pads. Now I just have to find some the right diameter.
 
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