Question about ZENITH/BATHWARE 2114S CHR Wire Corn Tub Caddy

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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

How To Assemble Avid Outdoors Model 2086 Screen Gazebo

Start with # 4 poles. There are 4. Attach a #3A to each, and then attach #3 to the other end of the 3A.

These are the 4 legs.

There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.

I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.

You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down.

From: Fixya, Bensondana, July 22, 2013

Start with # 4 poles. There are 4. Attach a #3A to each, and then attach #3 to the other end of the 3A.

These are the 4 legs.

There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.

I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.

You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down.

From: Fixya, Bensondana, July 22, 2013

Jun 26, 2013 | Garden

Start with # 4 poles. There are 4. Attach a #A to each, and then attach #3 to the other end of the 3A. These are the 4 legs.

There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.

I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.

You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down. How's that?

There are 6 #2 and 3 #2A. Attach a #2 to 2A, and then #2 to the other end of the 2A. These 3 are the top ridge pole and the 2 side poles.

I believe there are 4 #1 and 4#1B. Attach a 1 and 1B together. Do this 3 more times. These are the gable poles.

You have 2 connectors that say gable and gable. These are for the top pole and 2 gable poles. You have 4 connectors that say gable and leg. Put the leg poles.....in the "leg" hole, the gable pole in the.....gable hole, and the side pole in the remaining hole. That shoule do it. It's easier to put the top together first, and then get 4 people to raise it onto the leg poles. Yes, the leg poles angle out, not straight down. How's that?

Sep 17, 2011 | Garden

I have no manual but i have often taken apart and reassembled this kind of shelving, which I think was originated by a company called Metro; in fact people tend to call these "Metro Racks" whether made by Metro or not. If you explain what the problem is I can probably help you. The basic rules are: Don't force anything; to take them apart a rubber mallet or, if not available, a hammer (preferably used with a block of wood to protect the metal finish -- in fact, sometimes a section of 2 x 4 lumber works fine all by itself) is needed; and don't lose the two-part mounting insert (often black plastic, sometimes metal) that is used at each location where a corner "hole" of a shelf needs to be locked in place (i.e., you need 8 'halves' per shelf). To assemble (or re-assemble) you need to put those pairs of mated locking collar insert at each corner of a shelf. They are designed to click together, and to fasten lightly at any of those 'rings' that are molded at intervals into the surface of each post. So you decide at what height you want a shelf to be, snap together 4 pairs of the collars at the height you want, and then slide the shelf down the poles (for the first one it may be easier to have someone helping you) until the shelf locks into place at all 4 corners. What I'd like to know (and don't) is what is the rated weight holding capability of each shelf; whether that changes if you use more (or less) than the standard 4 shelf setup (a bottom shelf, a top shelf, and 2 more somewhere in between); and what is the total rated capacity of the shelf, both without wheels (there might be a levelling system on the wheel less types) and with (probably less when there are wheels; I had a 2 shelf "cart" of this type had one of its wheel mounts bend whenI put some heavy equipment on the cart). -- Dan

Aug 09, 2011 | Microwave Ovens

avid outdoor doesn't offer instructions...can someone please post instructions for some of these...it would really be helpful...its crazy that some of these boxes dont come with instructions?!

Jul 18, 2011 | Garden

The first thing you can do is to drill the exact hole for the tox.After drilling,put the tox to the hole and hang the shower caddy and then you can put the screw.

Jul 17, 2011 | Home

You may need to twist the pole to unlock the spring,or there is a spacer missing inside the pole

Jan 12, 2011 | Home

I just put one of these up today with no instructions so I am going to share my experience. In my Disney bed tent there were two long sets of poles held together by an elastic string. 1) put these two sets of poles together. Now you should have two long poles. 2) Turn the three way brackets all the same direction on both long poles. 3) Lay out the tent and look in each corner of the tent for a little pocket to insert the end of a long pole...taking the other end insert into pocket, not diagonally, straight across the long way. 4) Do the same with the other side of the tent and long pole. 5) Now take your ten short poles and attach two together making 5 medium sized poles 6) Push these into the brackets along the long pole, kind of has a ladder effect. You are done!! I use mine with a full size blow up bed, the elastic gets stretched but I can set it up easily outside, or in the livingroom. Enjoy Nancy

May 19, 2010 | Toys

1. Make sure your batteries are fresh and working.

2. Make sure that you put the batteries in correct polarity(-/+) order.

3. If your remote is a universal, then you mght have lost your codings/learnings you may recode your remote.

4. there is a small chance that the little metal-bit / spring that connects the two battries together (the + pole of one battery to the - pole of another) has accidentally popped out of place (when you pulled the batteries out) if so try to find it, if you can't find it you could use a bit of AL-foil instead.

Best of luck

Bruce

2. Make sure that you put the batteries in correct polarity(-/+) order.

3. If your remote is a universal, then you mght have lost your codings/learnings you may recode your remote.

4. there is a small chance that the little metal-bit / spring that connects the two battries together (the + pole of one battery to the - pole of another) has accidentally popped out of place (when you pulled the batteries out) if so try to find it, if you can't find it you could use a bit of AL-foil instead.

Best of luck

Bruce

Feb 28, 2010 | Sansui Televison & Video

Ok these are tricky, so what you need to do is check your poles and connectors. You should have long poles and assorted connectors.

A bit of mathematics and you'll have it done in no time.

Ok lay out the poles and sort into longs and shorts.

Sort the connectors into 2 pole connectors (straights) and 3 pole connectors (three way)

Now check the angles on the three way connectors, sort them into groups. some should be slightly angled, these are the roof connectors and the others ones are 90 degrees and or more squarish these are the floor corner connectors. There should be 4 floor corner connectors and There will be two connectors that fit onto the end of roof front and back of the tent.

Sort out your poles and work out how many you need for each dimention. Basically your tent is a cube with a triangular prism on the top so you will need enough poles of even length to make the base and top bit of the cube and then even lengths of poles to make the upright sides of your cube. There should also be 4 four way connectors for attaching the roof. the top of you cube is the base of the triangluar prism.

Hope this helps. TIP once you get this together, MARK the conections with NUMBERS EG: 2 / 2 / 2 one number on each bit (the connector and each pole that is attached to it), this way when you pull it apart you can reconnect it much easier later on.

A bit of mathematics and you'll have it done in no time.

Ok lay out the poles and sort into longs and shorts.

Sort the connectors into 2 pole connectors (straights) and 3 pole connectors (three way)

Now check the angles on the three way connectors, sort them into groups. some should be slightly angled, these are the roof connectors and the others ones are 90 degrees and or more squarish these are the floor corner connectors. There should be 4 floor corner connectors and There will be two connectors that fit onto the end of roof front and back of the tent.

Sort out your poles and work out how many you need for each dimention. Basically your tent is a cube with a triangular prism on the top so you will need enough poles of even length to make the base and top bit of the cube and then even lengths of poles to make the upright sides of your cube. There should also be 4 four way connectors for attaching the roof. the top of you cube is the base of the triangluar prism.

Hope this helps. TIP once you get this together, MARK the conections with NUMBERS EG: 2 / 2 / 2 one number on each bit (the connector and each pole that is attached to it), this way when you pull it apart you can reconnect it much easier later on.

Feb 03, 2010 | Pacific Play Tents Train Station

I had the same problem. The only solution is to cut the shorter rod to the desired size. After I cut it, it fits perfectly over the bathtub. Hope this helps!

Oct 07, 2009 | ZENITH/BATHWARE 2114S CHR Wire Corn Tub...

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

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