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make sure tat the missing parts are not still in the packing material ( foam blocks)
If you cannot find them at all then take it straight back to the retailer and get a refund as it is not fit for the purpose
and you want to reinstall what? shelving unit? or just fridge in the corner?
do think a bit... it helps... - if you need help with computer you need to clearly state what operating system, and what do you want to reinstall, is it logic or physical part... then someone will be able to help you - telepathy is overrated and do not work...
Probably...but it really depends on the way the
floating shelves are attached to the wall, how much weight can they carry and
how strong is that wall. Some shelving units are very poorly and cheaply made
and they can collapse if you put too much weight on them or with time. But I
think that there are more chances that a floating shelf will fall, god forbid,
that a shelving unit.
I don't think you're going to be able to find these instructions online. I have had a quick browse myself, and haven't been able to find anything useful. I would suggest taking it back to the store you bought it from and asking them to replace it.
what I have used to prevent the a/c filter from being sucked into unit was a section of wire shelving (found at local hardware store) use linemans pliers or side cutters to cut the shelving to size to fit in specified filter area
My Jensen TV/DVD unit came with a media box as well as the head unit. The media box was the interface where my iPod and XM antenna plug in, and everything is routed via a DIN cable from the media box to the head unit. I'd think you're missing that extra module that allows all the auxiliary hookups.