I'm looking after a fairly badly abused early The Addams Family table, but the playfield angle is really shallow when the cabinet is level.
To get the 6º or so, the whole cabinet has to be fairly seriously tipped for the bubble to reach the first marker on the level, with the rear feet jacked up 2 inches while the front ones are down to the minimum, but this leaves the whole table sort of leaning forwards.
Looking at the mounting, the metal hooks from the playfield are sat directly on the bolts in the side of the cabinet, which doesn't look *entirely* wrong, but the table has been through a few owners, and seems to be a bit of a Frankenstein's monster with some dodgy repairs and random parts in places (which are slowly getting restored).
The playfield itself (barring wear and some light damage) seems to be fine - there's no warping, no sign of cracks and it's straight (if rather dirty and worn).
I've had trouble finding any useful references, but from photos of other tables, the cabinet doesn't seem to be tilted anywhere near as much.
Am I doing something wrong, or...?