The outfeed table on my jointer is slightly higher in the front than it is in the back. If I am jointing thin pieces of wood, this isn't a problem. When I have wider pieces, the wood tends to stop up at the front of the outfeed table causing several ripples. If I adjust the table so the front of it is even with the blades I get a large gouge in my pieces at the end. Is there something I can adjust on the table to level it out. It isn't off by much, but it is enough to ruin a piece of wood. Thank You. Justin.