Assembly Instructions Model 51576 Microwave Cart with Open

Assembly Instructions Model 51576 Microwave Cart with Open
Assembly Instructions
Model 51576
Microwave Cart with Open/Enclosed Storage
GENERAL:
1. You have purchased model 51576.
2. Should you need assistance or need to replace a damaged or missing part simply give us a call M-F at
607-652-7321 from 7:30 am - 4:30 pm EST and we’ll send you the prepaid part via UPS usually that same
day! You may also email us info@catskillcraftsmen.com.
3. Read the assembly instructions and the enclosed brochure before beginning assembly. Assembly is
easy if you read and follow the instructions step by step. See our website for assembly tips and videos.
4. Tools required: Phillips screwdrivers, medium and small; medium flat blade screwdriver and a hammer.
5. Drawer glides are sometimes pre-packed with screws, these are not used.
6. Directions (left/right, front/back) are given as facing the front of an assembled upright unit.
CABINET PARTS 51576
TOP
TOP
TOP
Handle Side Panel (1)
P/N: SP/HDL - 51576
Drawer Bottom (1)
Back Panel (1)
Plain Side Panel (1)
P/N: DBOT - 51576
P/N: BP - 51576
P/N: SP/PL - 51576
Door Spacer (1)
P/N: DORS - 11 15/16 - 51576
Cabinet Top (1)
P/N: TT - 51576
Left Door (1)
P/N: DOR - 51576L
Right Door (1)
Drawer Back (1)
P/N: DBK - 51576
P/N: DF - 51576
P/N: DS- 51576L
Not Used
Not Used
Top/Bottom Braces (2)
Drawer Side Right (1)
P/N: B - 51576 T/B
P/N: DS- 51576R
P/N: GLD SUP - 51576
P/N: DOR - 51576R
Drawer Front (1)
Drawer Side Left (1)
Glide Support Sticks (2)
Middle Front Brace (1)
P/N: B - 51576 MF
13 13/16”
Rack Top (1)
P/N: RKTP - 51576
Rack Side Panels (2)
P/N: RKSP - 51576
Shelf (2)
P/N: BS - 51576
CABINET HARDWARE 51576
1 3/4” Phillips Flat Head Bolt (10)
(Used to attach
Drawer Front)
Towel Bar Post (2)
Cam Posts (2)
(Use the 8 bronze screws
to assemble the rack)
1 1/4” Phillips Flat Head #8 Screw (20)
3/16” Flat Washer (4)
Cam (2)
(Used to attach
Towel Bar)
1” Phillips Flat Head #8 Screw (2)
(Used to attach
Drawer Handles)
7/8” Truss Head Machine Screw (6)
(Used to attach
Door Spacer)
10-24 Hex Nut (10)
5/8 Wooden Disk (12)
Drawer
5/8” Phillips Flat Head #8 Screw (2)
(Used to attach “L” bracket
and cabinet glides)
5/8” Phillips Flat Head #7 Screw (12)
Cabinet
14” Drawer Glide (1 Set )
“L” Bracket (4)
(Used to attach drawer glides)
5/8” Phillips Flat Head #5 Screw (4)
(Door Pin)
1 1/2” Long 3/16” DIA. Steel Pin (4)
Nickel Handle (3)
(Shelf Pin)
1” Long 3/16” DIA. Steel Pin (8)
(Brace Pin)
3/4” Long 3/16” DIA. Steel Pin (6)
Caster Socket (4)
MAGNET PACK
Magnet Plate (1)
Magnet (1)
5/8” Pan Head Screw (2)
1/2” Phillips Flat
Head #4 Screw (1)
Locking Wheel Caster (2)
Non-Locking Wheel Caster (2)
Polished
Nickel Towel
Bar (1)
STEP 1
1. Attach the Rack Top to the top ends of the Side Panels (universal: same left/right & top/bottom)
using 1 1/4” #8 wood screws. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RACK TOP! The only difference
between the Rack Top and the Cabinet Top is that the Cabinet Top has 4 small pilot holes on the
bottom side plus the 4 through holes; whereas, the Rack Top only has the 4 through holes.
NOTE: On the Rack Top the countersunk (reamed out) through holes face up and the countersunk
holes/pilot holes on the Cabinet Top face down. The countersunk holes allow the screw heads to be
flush with the wood surface when tightened down.
2. Turn this assembly upside down so that the Rack Top is on a smooth flat surface. Attach the
Cabinet Top with four 1 1/4” #8 wood screws. With the unit upside down at this point, the 4 pilot holes
should be up. See illustration 1B.
3. Leave this assembly UPSIDE DOWN and go to STEP 2.
NOTE: The cart cabinet will be constructed upside down
using the bottom of the Cart Top as the base.
Bronze Screws
8 Used in this step
1 1/4” Phillips Flat Head #8 Bronze Screw
CABINET TOP
RACK TOP
ILLUSTRATION 1A
CABINET TOP
RACK TOP
ILLUSTRATION 1B
PILOT HOLES HIDDEN
STEP 2
Note: The side panels are interchangeable at this point. Drawer glides will determine left or right
sides. Choose at this point if you want the towel bar/handle on the left or right panel. We are using the
left side for these instructions. Cover photo shows towel bar/handle on right side.
A. Attach a Glide Support Stick to the top of each Side Panel using 1 1/4” #8 screws. The Sticks
should be flush with top of panel.
B. Attach the cabinet glide of the Drawer Glides to the Glide Support Stick using 5/8” #7 flat head
screws. Left glide to left Side Panel, right glide to right Side Panel. The glides look almost alike
however, the right glide (as you face the cart) has a rolled lip at the top of the glide that keeps the
drawer glide wheel in place. Line up the holes in the glides so that the end with the wheel comes flush
with the front edge of the Glide Support Stick.
C. Attach the “L” brackets to the top of the glide supports using 5/8” #7 screws. Use the long slot
rather than hole/slot. The hole will be used to attach the table top. The “L” brackets should be flush
with the top of the glide support sticks.
Note: Cabinet drawer glides usually have an imprint “CL” or “CR” inside near the wheel.
CR=Right / CL=Left
5/8” #7 Screw
TOP
1 1/4” #8 Screw
TOP
5/8” #7 Screw
LEFT SIDE
RIGHT SIDE
STEP 3
A. Lay Back Panel flat on a smooth surface
with holes up.
B. Attach Side Panels with 1 3/4” bolts and hex
nuts. After inserting bolts(s) thru the holes in the
Side Panels, thru the holes in the long edges of
the Back Panel, place a hex nut on the tip of your
finger, align nut with bolt and tighten.
C. Look ahead to step 5 which shows side panels
attached to back panel.
NOTE: Make sure you position the side panels
according to Drawer Glides (left or right).
STEP 4
STEPS 5 - 14 WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED WITH
THE UNIT TOP UPSIDE DOWN (INVERTED),
BUILDING UPWARD TOWARD THE BOTTOM/
CASTER END! BE CAREFUL AS PART
DESCRIPTIONS ARE BASED ON AN UPRIGHT,
COMPLETED UNIT!
Mark a Large (X) mark over each of the 4 pilot holes
in the bottom. Make marks about 1 1/2” long. These
marks will help you align the cabinet with the pilot
holes in step 5.
Inside Brace
Side Panel Leg
Hex Nut
Countersunk Hole in Leg
( disk goes in this hole to
hide bolt head! )
Nut Access Hole
STEP 5
A. Turn the side/back assembly (from step 1) upside down (invert) on top of the inverted table top.
B. Using the (X) marks from step 4 as a guide, insert the tips of the 5/8” #7 screws through the “L”
bracket and into the pilot holes in the unit top and finger tighten. When all 4 screws are properly
aligned, tighten down.
C. Tap two 1” pins into each side panel. These pins will hold the bottom shelf.
(Used to attach
“L” brackets)
5/8” Phillips Flat Head #7 Screw
4 Used in this step
1” Long 3/16” DIA. Steel Pin
PIN
PIN
STEP 6
A. Attach the drawer back to the drawer sides with four
1 1/4” #8 screws. Make sure parts are aligned
as in illustration 6A.
B. Insert drawer bottom into the slots in the drawer
sides, best side to inside of drawer. Slide down until
seated in the slot in the drawer back. See illustration 6B.
C. Screw the cam posts into the two outside holes on
the inside face of the drawer front until seated. Only
3/8” of the post goes into the wood, leaving the 4 larger
guide rings/head exposed. See illustration 6C. Visit us
at www.catskillcraftsmen.com to view our cam video.
D. Insert the posts into holes in the drawer sides until
seated against the front end of the drawer sides. Insert
cams so that slot in the cam fits over the post and turn
with Phillips screwdriver until seated. Don’t over-torque!
See illustration 6D. See our video online at
www.catskillcraftsmen.com
E. Attach drawer handle with two 7/8” Truss Head
screws each. (no illustration).
F. Attach drawer glides to drawer sides using
5/8” #5 screws. See illustration 6E
ILLUSTRATION 6A
ILLUSTRATION 6B
ILLUSTRATION 6C
Below line in wood
Cam Posts (2)
ILLUSTRATION 6D
4 used
in this step
1 1/4” Phillips Flat Head #8 Screw
2 used
in this step
7/8” Truss Head Machine Screw
2 used
in this step
Cam
4 used
in this step
5/8” Phillips Flat Head #5 Screw
ILLUSTRATION 6E
5/8” #5
STEP 7
Take the 2 front braces
and tap/insert one 3/4”
steel pin into each end of
both braces until seated.
About 3/8” will stick out
when seated. Ok if loose.
6 used in this step
3/4” Long 3/16” DIA. Steel Pin
3/4” Pin
Install 3/4” pins in brace ends
STEP 8
A. Take the top front brace, insert the pins in the brace ends
into the slots on the inside of the front legs and slide down
until the brace aligns with the bolt hoes as illustrated. The
pin holes for the door pins will be up. Secure with 1 3/4”
bolts/nuts. Repeat with the middle front brace.
Magnet block and pin holes will be facing up.
4 used
in this step
10-24 Hex Nut
4 used in
this step
1 3/4” Phillips Flat Head Bolt
Insert Brace Pins Here
1 3/4” #8 Bolts
Glide Support
Assembly
1 3/4” #8 Bolts
STEP 9
Attach towel bar to side panel with 1” #8 screws/washer from
inside one panel.
2 used in this step
1” Phillips Flat Head #8 Screw
2 used
in this step
3/16” Flat Washer
STEP 10
A. Tap/insert ONE 1 1/2” pin into each end of both doors. DON’T OVERDRIVE PINS! Pins should
stick up about 1/2” when seated.
B. Attach the doorspacer to the left door with 5/8” #8 screws. The spacer has a space at the top to
allow magnet clearance and is almost flush with the bottom of the door. Countersunk holes out.
C. Attach the magnet plate (may be stuck to magnet! ) with the 1/2” #4 screw to the top of the right
door. Bumps go toward the wood.
D. Attach door handles with 7/8” truss head machine screws.
1 1/2” Pin
1/2” #4 Screw
Magnet Plate
7/8” Machine Screw
Handle
5/8” #8 Screw
STEP 11
A. Install doors by inserting pins
in the door tops into the holes in
the long edge of the middle front
brace.
B. Place one washer on each
of the door pins in the door
bottoms.
C. Take the bottom front brace,
align pins in the door bottoms
with holes along top long edge
of brace (are washers on pins?)
and secure brace with 1 3/4”
bolt/hex nuts as before.
Washer
1 3/4” #8 Bolts
Glide Support
Assembly
4 Used
in this step
10-24 Hex Nut
2 Used
in this step
3/16” Flat Washer
1 3/4” Phillips Flat Head Bolt
4 Used in this step
STEP 12
A. Stick magnet to magnet plate on right door.
B. With left door open, close the right door. The magnet should be positioned over the wooden block
on the bottom of the top front brace. Hold the magnet in place with your thumb, and open the right
door. The magnet will be in the correct position on the block.
C. Secure magnet with the two round head screws in the magnet packet. Center screws in the slots in
the magnet. This will allow adjustment later, if needed.
NOTE: No pilot holes in block as softwood!
2 Used
in this step
5/8” Pan Head Screw
Magnet
STEP 13
A. Insert and tap caster sockets with hammer
until the teeth grab the wood. DON’T POUND
SOCKET FLAT OR CASTER SHAFT WILL
NOT ENTER.
B. Insert casters and seat by pushing straight
downward with heel or your hand, or tap into
place with a hammer. Don’t be afraid to give
them a good downward whack on the solid
metal part of the caster!
C. Locking wheels usually go on front.
STEP 14
A. Upright unit. Tap 1” pins into holes in the side
panels (4 per side) for shelves.
B. Take bottom shelf and place it on the set of
back pins. Close doors and shelf will drop into
place.
C. Place top shelf on pins.
D. Insert drawer. If drawer front hits the bottom of
the cabinet tap on the top front brace or tap top
front brace down. Loosten bolts as necessary.
When drawer moves freely, retighten all bolts!
E. Tap wooden disks into sides.
For continued beauty and long life of your
Catskill Craftsmen cart, we recommend
Catskill Craftsmen’s Butcher Block Oil.
Our Butcher Block Oil is available directly from Catskill Craftsmen’s factory. For
one eight ounce (8 fl. oz.) bottle, which
is sufficient for two applications, simply
send $6.95 along with the completed
coupon to the address below. Visit us
online at www.catskillcraftsmen.com to
browse our assortment of butcher block
care products. Visa and Mastercard are
accepted online .
BUTCHER BLOCK OIL COUPON
Please send me______# of bottle(s) of the
Catskill Craftsmen Butcher Block Oil at $6.95
per bottle. My check or money order is
enclosed for a total of $____________.
Item code: 51576
Name________________________________
Address______________________________
City_________________________________
State____________ Zip_________________
Catskill Craftsmen, Inc.
15 West End Ave.
Stamford, NY 12167-1296
Please make checks payable to Catskill Craftsmen
Inc. 15 West End Ave., Stamford, NY 12167-1296
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising