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Assembly tips Hi, I'm Kyle, an assembler of KidKraft with tips for mounting your toys Here is "Krafting with Kyle"

Here, we pack our products well to reduce shipping costs but it makes them hard to unpack No stress, here are my tips to make your job easier Before you begin, remove all parts from the box, put them on the floor and check the inventory to see if you have everything Put the packages in the box lid Also see if small boxes and packaging do not contain parts

Your instructions have a code written here It will serve you to call customer service and give your reference number Do not lose it It is better not to tighten the screws until the end of the assembly This allows the pieces to align and change our mistakes

Do not use power tools as they may damage your item It would be a shame Some screws are hard to insert but if you dip the tip in dish soap, it will be much easier These are just general advice Each article is unique so follow us for more tips

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