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Those don't actually screw in. They just press in the hole and then tighten to the connecting bolt attached to the opposing piece of wood. Just loosen the cam so you pull the connecting bolt out. Should be fairly easy. After that, if you still need to get the cam part of the fastener out, it should just fall out. If it doesn't, I just stick a small ...
One website for furniture plans that my wife recently found is ana-white.com. Best thing is, they're free! Each article/blog post has a materials list and instructions. There are quite a few plans for near-duplicates of brand-name furniture makers' products. Here's instructions for a dresser from the website. (I'm not sure exactly what you mean by a ...
These are for a 9x13 Canopy #1083. They may be similar to their many other models. Inside the package, you will find these poles: 4x #1 4x #1b 3x #2 6x #2a 4x #3 4x #3a 4x #4 Connect the #1 & #1b poles together to form 4x4' poles Connect the #2 & #2a poles together to form 3x6'8" poles (2 - 2a - 2) Connect the #3 $ #3a & #4 poles together ...
So it has a bolt that is 3 1/2" long with a 1/2" head, and a 1/2" nut... You're going to need a 1/2" socket and/or wrench, and/or a couple adjustable spanners. Looks like you're in the UK; so you probably use metric, So you'll need an 1/2" imperial socket and/or wrench, and/or a couple adjustable spanners.
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