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How do I put together the pole caddy (4 shelf) with spring? did not come with instructions.

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  • Reesey112 Jan 10, 2009

    Can someone please provide me with information on how to build the Zenith Bathstyles Chrome Bathtub and Shower Caddy? I recently purchased the item and no instructions or manual were provided. I appreciate your suggestions in this matter. Have a good day.

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    how to put the poles in between and what do i do with the caps?

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Put the poles together eith the spring section on the top. Otherwise, the weight of what you put on it will pull it down.

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