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I need instructions to put this together. instructions on box are horrible
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Building a PC
Go into the bios, set the cd/dvd drive to be the first boot drive.
Then make sure the operating system disc is inserted, and exit and save the bios.
From there, it should load the disc, and you would just follow the instructions.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
Hi, hopefully the back wheel is on. To put the training wheels on, lay the bike on it's side, find the nut that fits on the axle and also a washer and lock washer if one is supplied. Put the training wheel are on the axle followed by the washer, lock washer and nut. Turn the baike over and repeat. Tighted these nuts well.
If the front tire is not on, loosen the outer nuts wide enough for the forks to go between them. If the nuts were not already installed, start each side of the axle with a washer, then lock washer, then nut. With nuts on, slip the forks on the axle between the washers. Tighten the nuts well.
With the bike standing, slip the handlebars into the fork top. If it doesn't slide in, loosen the bolt on top until it will slip in. Let it slide down until the cross bar is about and inch above the race and tighten the finger tight. Turn the bars until they are straight with the front wheel and tighten the bolt--not as tight as the wheel nuts.
If the seat clamp is not on the frame, place it on the frame with the clasp in back. Place the seat in the frame/clamp and tighten the clamp until it holds the seat in place. Adjust the seat to about an inch of its bar showing and straight with the frame. Tighten this bolt well.
After the happy moment, adjust the seat and handlebar height to suit the young lad.
You can also loosen the other clamp on the handlebars to swint them closer to the rider. Retighted the clamp well.
Not sure if there is a hand brake or any other accessories. If there are, please get back to me. I have to stay up and wrap presents. Or if you have any questions at all.
Thanks for using FixYa, and Merry Christmas.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
SOURCE: I need instructions for a
You can find the directions from the link below
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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