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Having trouble assembling part 3 to part 5 and 6

Having trouble assemble part 3 to part 5 and 6

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  • carter assembly Dec 08, 2014

    Hi Danny Hopkins, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? I don't have the instructions and can't find them online - I have done these desks though. Not sure what step you are on, but one tip would be to keep all the bolts and nuts a little loose while still assembling and then once it's done, then tighten everything up.

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