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I recently purchased and assembled two of that exact same product (except mine are the dark brown color) and had no problem with the step 5. If you look closely at the small IKEA tool it has more than 6 lobes in the tool opening so it can engage the hex nut in multiple positions. I also noticed that since the handle of the tool is offset to one side of the ...


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Put some hot glue on the end of a dowel or other stick and put it in the hole. Give it a minute to dry then gently rotate the stick (and cam) while pulling it out. Hot glue would be a quick fix, but next step is a stronger glue that might take longer. Final options - try to drill a hole into the center of the cam lock and threat a small screw into it and ...


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While I have not disassembled this particular unit, I have found that Ikea dowels will pull out of one board when you pull apart (by hand) the boards they are joining. I usually leave them in the board they decide to stay in. When you pull the shelves away from the vertical divider, just be sure not to tilt them up or down as you pull away. If you want to ...


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Disassembly should be done in reverse order. Do note though that IKEA furniture doesn't usually like being disassembled and reassembled. (I've had mixed success in the past.) I'd advise the following steps: Using permanent marker in the back to mark out where every part was, different colours vertically and numbered horizontally. Remove the thicker top and ...


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I'm not exactly sure what you're looking for, but you could just buy something like this Computer Monitor Wall Mount and attach it to the wall: It's adjustable in a few different ways: Or there are ones more like a table, for a laptop, like this Track Mounted Laptop Arm with Foldable Tray: I've seen similar types that were more heavy-duty, for the older ...


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TYPICAL installation is screw, materials, flat washer, lock washer, nut. But for some reason, the engineer requires the assembly be in the order of screw, lock washer, flat washer, materials, nut. And that is the sequence you should follow. There are materials types and clearances, I presume, makes the engineer require this order. Also, it looks like the ...


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