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What is the screw size to put my brio train table back together

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SOURCE: im looking for the manual for item number 220438,

You can get the manual on the links below.

http://www.kidkraft.com/_media/assembly-instructions/17850.pdf

http://www.kidkraft.com/_media/assembly-instructions/17945.pdf

If that is not it please look at this link below.

http://www.kidkraft.com/toys-and-playsets/trains?page=1

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email: customerservice@kidkraft.com
tel: (800) 933-0771
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Posted on May 11, 2011

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