Classic Wall Storage

Hotel Medicine Cabinet- Extra Large
Assembly Instructions
Note: Professional installation required.
Important safety instructions:
• Please read all instructions carefully before assembling. For your safety, assembly by
two people is recommended.
• This hanging system is meant for drywall/stud mounting only. If walls are concrete,
brick or plaster, please consult your local hardware store for assistance.
• When mounting to a stud use only wood screws.
• The maximum individual shelf weight capacity is 20lbs (9 kg). Do not exceed the load
Parts Included
(A) Wooden Cabinet
(B) Glass Shelves
Tools Required (not
Phillips Head Screwdriver
Stud Finder
Felt Tipped Pen
Hardware Included:
(C) Door Knob (2pcs)
(D) Shelf Peg (16pcs)
Level (1pc)
(G) Metal Toggle (2pcs)
(E) Wall Bracket (1pc)
(H) Toggle Screw (2pcs)
(I) Stud Screw (1pc)
Screw (1pc)
(L) Plastic Plug (1pc)
(J) Anchor (1pc)
(K) Anchor
(M) Rubber Sheet (1pc)
• Remove all parts and hardware from the box and lay out on a clear workspace, along
with any plastic protective packaging.
• Do not dispose of any contents until assembly is complete to avoid accidentally
discarding small parts or hardware.
• Use the parts and hardware lists above to identify and separate each of the pieces
• The illustrations provided allow for easier assembly when used in conjunction with the
assembly instructions.
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Keep all parts and plastic bags out of the reach of children.
Installation summary: Find wall studs, mount wall bracket to the wall, hang product onto
the mounted wall bracket.
Finding wall studs:
Determine the desired placement on the wall for the product. Within that range, locate
a stud using a stud finder and make a small mark on the wall with a pencil at that
It is best to mount the bracket to at least (1) stud. Using Figure 1, determine which
hole on the wall bracket will be over the stud, this hole will take a wood screw alone.
Mounting wall bracket to the wall:
1. Insert the supplied bubble level (F) into the channel of the wall bracket (E).
Position the wall bracket (E) on the wall and adjust so that the bracket is level
and a pre-drilled hole of the bracket aligns with a stud. Then, use a felt-tipped
pen to mark the wall through appropriate pre-drilled holes of the bracket to
indicate the locations of the drywall toggles (G). Also make sure to mark the
bracket itself at each selected pre-drilled hole using the pen. (Please refer to
Figure 1 to determine the location of the hardware.) The locations of the drywall
toggles will depend on how the stud aligns with the bracket. The user should make
sure that the stud and the toggles are evenly spaced along the length of the
bracket and that the ends of the bracket should be secured using either a studmounted screw or a drywall toggle.
2. Remove the wall mount bracket and set aside.
3. Using a manual screwdriver, drive a toggle (G) into the drywall at each mark. To
install these toggles into the wall, simply rotate them at the marked location as
if they were a large screw, applying smooth even force.
Note: Do not hit toggles with a hammer and do not use a power drill to rotate them.
These toggles are designed to bore themselves into the wall. Continue rotating
until the toggle head advances flush with the wall surface.
4. Once the toggles (G) are installed into the wall at the marked locations,
reposition the wall bracket so that the marked holes of the bracket align with the
toggles. Using the supplied toggle screw (H) secure the bracket to the installed
toggles. Note: The toggle includes a nut portion that must be “set” into a locked
position prior to using the product. This is done automatically as you rotate the
toggle screw into the toggle, keep in mind that the screw must be rotated quite a
few times before nut finally reaches this locked position. The nut will create
resistance when it reaches locked position within wall.
5. Once the wall bracket (E) is attached to each toggle (G) using the toggle screw (H),
the bracket must be secured to the stud located along the bracket. Use the supplied
stud mount screw (I) to secure the wall bracket to the stud (note, a pre-drilled
hole of the bracket should align with the stud location).
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Figure 1
Hanging product onto the mounted wall bracket:
1. On the back of your product is an affixed product-mounting bracket. With the help
of another person, carefully position the product-mounting bracket slightly above
and against the wall mount bracket, insuring that the two brackets are aligned.
Engage the brackets.
2. With a pencil, mark on the wall through the location of the lower mounting point.
3. Remove the cabinet. Use the marked point as the insertion point for the anchor (J).
Place the Philips head screwdriver into recess of the anchor. Slowly turn the
anchor clockwise while applying pressure until the flange just touches the wall.
4. Again, carefully position the product-mounting bracket slightly above and against
the wall mount bracket, insuring that the two brackets are aligned. Press down
firmly to engage the two brackets.
5. Insert the anchor screw (K) through the pre-drilled hole inside the cabinet.
Tighten against wall. Cover the screw head with plastic plug (L). You can also
cover the top tie down hole with another plastic plug.
Note: There is a set of knobs in polished nickel finish pre-attached to the medicine
cabinet piece you have purchased. To replace them with other set in chrome or satin
nickel, please follow the instructions below.
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1. With a Phillips head screwdriver (not included), release the Knob bolt (perattached) on the inside of the door by turning counterclockwise. This detaches the
pre-attached knobs. To attach Door Knobs (C) use a Phillips head screwdriver
(turning counterclockwise) to screw the knob bolt on the inside of door.
2. Insert the L-shape peg (D) into the pre-drilled holes on the interior side of the
Wooden Cabinet (A) at desired level. Gently place adjustable glass shelves (B) onto
L-shape pegs (D).
Optional: Attach the rubber sheet (M) in to the magnet in the wooden cabinet (A).
Care Instructions:
• Wipe cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
• To protect the finish, avoid the use of all chemical and household cleaners and
abrasives as they may damage finish.
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