Moda Loft Bed Assembly Instructions

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
For MODA LOFT
DO NOT USE POWER TOOLS!
Steps 2-4:Bedrail
Steps 6-7: Lower Sections
Step 9: Guardrails
Step 5: Slatroll
Step 10: Ladder
Use only mattress which is 74”-75” long and 37 ½”-38 ½” wide on
upper bunk. Ensure thickness of mattress and foundation combined
does not exceed 7” and surface of mattress is at least 5” below upper
edge of guardrails.
Replacement parts, including additional guardrails, may be
obtained from any Room & Board store.
SAFETY WARNINGS
Follow the information on the warnings appearing on the upper bunk
end structure and on the carton. Do not remove warning label from
bed.
Always use the recommended size mattress or mattress support, or
both, to help prevent the likelihood of entrapment or falls.
Surface of mattress must be at least 5 in. (127 mm) below the upper
edge of guardrails.
Do not allow children under 6 years of age to use the upper bunk.
Periodically check and ensure that the guardrail, ladder and other
components are in their proper position, free from damage and
that all connectors are tight.
Do not allow horseplay on or under the bed and prohibit jumping
on the bed.
Always use the ladder for entering and leaving upper bunk.
Do not substitute parts. Contact the manufacturer or dealer for
replacement parts.
Use of a night light may provide added safety precaution for a child using
an upper bunk.
Always use guardrails on both long sides of the upper bunk. If the bunk
bed will be placed next to a wall, the guardrail that runs the full length of
the bed should be placed against the wall to prevent entrapment between
the bed and the wall.
The use of water or sleep flotation mattresses is prohibited.
Prohibit more than one person on upper bunk.
STRANGULATION HAZARD-- Never attach or hang items to any
part of the bunk bed that are not designed for use with the bed; for
example, but not limited to, hooks, belts and jump ropes.
Keep these instructions for future reference.
Maintenance: Periodically check to make sure all screws, bolts and
fastening devices are tight.
Cleaning: Mix a mild solution of gentle dishwashing liquid and water,
apply to surface using a soft, clean cloth, then dry all surfaces with a soft,
dry cloth. NO ABRASIVES, SCOURING PADS, STEEL WOOL, OR
COARSE RAGS should be used to clean this fine furniture.
PARTS FOR LOFT BED
2 – LOFT BED PANELS
2 – LOFT BEDRAILS
1 – SHORT GUARDRAIL
1 – LONG GUARDRAIL
(screws enclosed in cardboard pad on bracket)
1 – SLATROLL
1 – LADDER
HARDWARE
Bag in Slatroll Box:
8 – STEEL HOUSINGS
8 – CONNECTOR BOLTS
24 – WOOD SCREWS (1 ¼”)
1 – BALL END ALLEN WRENCH
Bag in Loft Bedrail Box:
12 – DECORATIVE BOLTS (40 MM)
2 – STEEL PINS
8 – GRUB SCREWS
2 – WOOD SCREWS (1”)
PHILLIPS-HEAD SCREWDRIVER
TOOL NOT INCLUDED
I.
Assemble Loft Bed
II. Arrange and secure Lower Sections
Step 1: Assemble the Upper Section (Bed) of the Loft first. Use
the 2 Loft Bed Panels as the ends of the bed.
Step 2: On the bed end panels, screw a Connector Bolt into each
of the threaded inserts completely. Back it off slightly in order to
make the through-hole in the bolt horizontal. (The Connector Bolts
do NOT need to be completely tightened.)
Step 3: Place one Steel Housing into each of the holes in the side
of a Bedrail. Align connector bolts with the holes on the end of the
Bedrail, slipping bolts through pre-drilled holes in the Bedrail and
into the Housings.
Step 4: Place a Grub Screw inside each Housing, and use the
Allen wrench to tighten the Grub Screw. Repeat with the other
Bedrail on the same end panel, and then repeat Steps 3 & 4 for the
opposite end panel.
Step 5: Unroll and lay the Slatroll inside the Bedrails, with the
webbing facing up. With the 24 (1¼”) Wood Screws provided,
attach the slats. The first slat must be 2 inches from the end of the
Bedrail. Pull the Slatroll taught and secure the other end 2 inches
from the end of the Bedrail on that side; then secure all other slats.
The slats should be centered between the Bedrails, with a 1/8” gap
between the end of the slat and the Bedrail. This permits the
Guardrail bracket to slip in between the slat and the Bedrail.
Step 6: There are a variety of cases that may be used as Lower
Sections. Arrange 2 Lower Sections in the desired orientation. If
using a Desk Top, connect it to the Lower Sections using 4 of the
40MM bolts. (The Adhesive Tabs may be used to cover the
remaining holes.)
Step 7: If using a Tall Panel as one of the Lower Sections, insert 2
Steel Pins into the holes on top of the Tall Panel. If not, do not use
Steel Pins.
III. Place the Bed on top of the Lower Sections
Step 8: Lift bed and place it on top of the Lower Sections. (If
using a Tall Panel, use the Steel Pins to align the bed with the
Panel.) Secure the Lower Sections to the bed by using 2of the 40MM
bolts to screw up through the case top and into the insert in the
Bedrail, and 2 more bolts to screw up through the case top and into
the insert in the bottom of the Bed Panel. Get all 4 bolts started
before tightening any. Repeat on other end if using two cases as
Lower Sections. Tighten all bots securely.
Step 9: Place the Long Guardrail on the wall side of the bed so
that the brackets are on the inside of the Bedrail, and attach each
bracket with 2 (1”)Screws. Place the Short Guardrail on the
front Bedrail against one of the Footboards. (This allows an opening
for the Ladder at the other end.) Screw the Short Guardrail
brackets to the inside of the Bedrail.
Step 10: Attach the Ladder by hooking the bracket over the
Bedrail. Use 2 wood screws to secure the bracket to the inside of
the Bedrail.
Step 11: Mattress may be placed with or without a platform board
on Slatroll.