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Assembly instructions for Inset Cabinets - Directions
Assembling your RTA cabinets is not difficult. A single cabinet can be assembled in 30-60 minutes if experienced up to two hours for a novice. The standard kitchen will take a full 8-12 hours to assemble.
It is best if only one cabinet is assembled at a time. To become familiar with the hardware you can start with a wall cabinet first. The drawer hardware and assembly will take the most time.
The painted finish is of good quality and durable. Steps should be taken to ensure they are not damaged or scratched during assembly.
Assembly Instructions for Inset Kitchen Cabinets
1) When unboxing take great care not to scratch the finish. Assembly and installation is the most likely time to damage the finish.
Face Frame and Cabinet Door
All grooves cut into plywood panels face the cabinet interior.
Insert all cam screw pieces into preset bases.
8) Install Face frame and tighten cam screws.
If your cabinet does not have a drawer go to step 12.
Apply glue liberally to dovetails. Tap together to form a u shape (3 sides). Slide drawer bottom into u shape of drawer. Affix fourth side. Clean up any excess glue. Apply catch drawer mechanism to bottom front of drawer box with multiple screws. Make sure to install flat.
Drawer height adjusts with Orange turn screws on the underside of each drawer. Use this wheel to adjust elevation to make gaps equal on completion. Gently lift the drawer and turn the screw to adjust height.
Slide glide out if cabinet. Place drawer onto glide. You will see a receiver hole at back of drawer that hooks into glide. Hold glide on one side and slide drawer towards back of cabinet without glide moving. Drawer catch will click when secure. Repeat glide / catch connection for second side.
(A few cabinets for not have the soft close glide. Spice rack, trash pull out)
11) For pull out trash can and spice rack it will require using two equal height guides to install the glides. Use a 2x4 or other thick material to place under the glides.
Place the the rear "boot" onto the glide. Hold the glide with boot attached on each side of the assembled cabinet. Place the 2x4 (12-20" long) onto the interior bottom. With the boot at the backwall you will attach the boot then the front of the glide to the side of the interior face frame.
Measure the height of the installed glide from the interior bottom. Subtract 5/8" from this measurement. Measure up on the shelf pullout to find attachment height. Remove part of glide to attach ro side of shelf.
Install into cabinet.
It may be necessary to adjust glide height on side to get correct receal around door.
Lazy Susan spinning plate installation- attach the bottom printing plate to a 6" board (not supplied). Attach the lazy Susan tray to the bottom spinning plate. Install assembly into bottom shelf of cabinet.
Upper shelf is attached to middle support assembly (3 pieces supplied with 2 cleats). Attach cleat to back and side. Slide assembly over cleat.
Two adjustment screws enable you to finely tune spacing in each direction at each hinge. Raise or lower tge cabinet door by loosening and moving hinge attachment.
Please feel free to call with any questions regarding the cabinet assembly.
Assembly Instructions for Base Cabinet
Assembly Instructions for Pantry Cabinets
Assembly Instructions for Vanity Drawer Cabinet and Kitchen Base Drawer Cabinet
Assembly Instructions for Vanity Desk Drawer
Assembly Directions for Wall Cabinet