FAQs about Assembling Furniture
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where are the legs to my furniture?
To save money on shipping and packing costs, manufacturers often put the legs of a sofa in the lining underneath the couch. Normally when this is done, there’s a bag with the assembly materials located near a zipper in the lining underneath the sofa. If there’s no zipper, try looking in the space on the side of the sofa. For other furniture, you may want to check inside drawers.
Why don’t the holes on the legs line up with the pre-drilled holes in the frame of the furniture?
Before you panic, try the legs in all available positions on the furniture. If they don’t align in any position, there may be a manufacturing defect.
What if I don’t have all the pieces I need?
The quickest way to get the pieces you need may be to contact the manufacturer and ask them to send you the parts. If you can’t find contact information for the manufacturer of your furniture, contact the retail distributor who sold it to you.
Why is my crib slanted even though I followed the crib assembly instructions completely?
This often happens when you tighten the screws on one side completely prior to tightening the screws on the opposite side. To avoid this, tighten the screws on both sides by hand first; then, after you have finished manually tightening the screws on all sides of the crib, use the screwdriver to finish the job.
Where are the bed assembly instructions?
Many times a manufacturer may feel that the furniture assembly is self-explanatory, or they may forget to include a copy of the instructions with the furniture. Either way, you can often find these instructions by calling the manufacturer or visiting their website.
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