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Dakota Extension Table:
With legs standing up right, place the metal center beam between both legs. Aligning all 6 holes front and back of each leg with the c-plate on each end of the center beam. Screw in each screw partially to ensure it lines up correctly before fully tighten each screw.
Flip the legs upside down to reveal the number stickers on the bottom of the top plate of each leg. Amount of stickers may vary from table to table, but the process is the same.
Match the numbers on the top plate of the legs with the corresponding number on the end of each rail support. These are attached with threaded bolts. Loosely tighten each bolt to ensure it lines up correctly before fully tightening.
Turn the base back to right side up and place the table top on it. The slides on the bottom of the table will rest on the mounting plates on the side of the rail supportsFinally line up the holes on the support plates of the base with the inserts on the slides under the table. Loosely tighten each bolt to ensure they all line up correctly, then fully tighten by hand.
If you have a hidden leaf set up with your table – there will be additional sticker numbers to guide where the pieces go. As well as additional instructions.
a. 8 – 1.5 inch insert screws per chair
b. 8 – washers per chair
c. One Allen key
– Separate chair parts by numbers marked by stickers/markings ⁃ Line up seat with chair back and use the 1.5 inch insert screws to go through the holes on the bottom of the seat into the threaded inserts on the chair back.
⁃ Match the number on the bottom support (I) piece with the number on the chair back. Push the bottom support piece over the metal dowels protruding from the back of the chair. ⁃ (Once in these can not be removed)
⁃ Find the left and right front leg. Sticker is placed on the front of the leg.
⁃ The threaded inserts on the top inside corner of the front legs should be facing inward towards the seat.
⁃ Push the metal dowel protruding from the front legs into the holes on the bottom support holes. Use the remaining 1.5 inch insert screws and washers to go through the seat support into the corners of the front legs.
⁃ Tighten down and your chair is ready to go!