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2 Panel Door Assembly Instructions

2 Panel Door Assembly Instructions & Video

PDF instructions for this Door set are also available.

2 Panel Door Recommended Tools
  • Drill Phillips Bit
  • Rubber Mallet
  • Socket Wrench with 7/16" Socket
  • Adjustable Square

2 Panel Door Parts
  • A1 L - Left Side Stile QTY: 1
  • A1 R - Right Side Stile QTY: 1
  • A2 - Bottom Rail QTY: 1
  • A3 - Center Rail QTY: 1
  • A4 - Top Rail QTY: 1
  • B1 - Lower Left Side Slat QTY: 1
  • B2 - Lower Middle Slats QTY: 6 (Can vary depending on door size)
  • B3 - Lower Right Side Slat QTY: 1
  • C1 - Upper Left Side Slat QTY: 1
  • C2 - Upper Middle Slats QTY: 6 (Can vary depending on door size)
  • C3 - Upper Right Side Slat QTY: 1
  • D - 6" Lag Screws QTY: 8 (Can vary depending on door size)

2 Panel Door Assembly Instructions & Video

FIRST THINGS FIRST

Lay out all wood parts before beginning assembly to ensure parts have not been damaged in shipping. If damage has occurred, call 1(888) 909-6546 and Barn Doors & Hardware will expedite a replacement.

NOTE: This door model comes in various sizes. The instructions have been written for the average single door size; but larger doors may have more wood and fastener parts.

NOTE: Always alternate the direction of the wood grain when assembling slats. This will add strength to the assembly and help prevent warpage.

NOTE: Doors using Floor Mount Door Guides will have a groove on the bottom edge. Ensure this groove is on the bottom when hanging the door.

Use teamwork - We recommend two people for this build.

By Definition:

Tongue and Groove Tongue refers to the ridge extending beyond the main portion of the slat. Groove refers to the slot cut into the other side of the slat.

NOTE: The following should be a ‘dry’ assembly. Do not use adhesives in when putting this door together.

1. Using a rubber mallet, gently tap the lower rail (A2) into the bottom of the right stile rail (A1R) . Attach the bottom rail to the side stile using a socket wrench with a 7/16” socket and two lag screws (D) (Figure 1).

SUGGESTION Use an adjustable or fixed carpenter’s square to ensure all sides of the door are square to each other

2. Beginning with the lower right side slat (B3)slide the lower slats (B2) with the tongue facing to the right, into the groove of the bottom rail one at a time, ending with the lower left side slat (B1). Tap each in place with the rubber mallet (Figure 2).

3. Slide the center rail (A3) lower groove over the top of the lower slats. Tap with a rubber mallet into the right side stile. Attach the middle rail to the right sitle rail using a socket wrench with a 7/16” socket and one lag screw (D) (Figure 3).

4. Beginning with the upper right side slat (C3) slide the upper slats (C2) into the groove of the center rail (A3) one at a time, ending with the upper left side slat (C1). Tap each in place with the rubber mallet (Figure 4).

5. Slide the top rail (A4) lower groove over the top of the upper slats. Tap with a rubber mallet into the right side rail. Attach the upper rail to the right side stile using a socket wrench with a 7/16” socket and one lag screw (D) (Figure 5).

6. Carefully align the left side stile (A1L) to the top, middle, and bottom rails and the top and bottom slats. Gently tap in place with a rubber mallet. Attach to the to the top, middle, and bottom rails using a socket wrench with a 7/16” socket and the remaining 4 lag screws (D) (Figure 6).

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