A: Turn the table upside down on a clean, soft surface.
B: Place a leg in the corner, facing the short side of the table. The holes in the leg should align with the holes in the table skirt.
C: Set the outer bracket around the corner of the skirt so the holes align. D: Set the inner bracket in the corner where the leg touches the side wall skirt so the holes all align.
A: Insert the 2-3/4” bolts through the other side of the outer bracket, the table leg and the inner bracket as shown.
B: Insert the 1-1/2” bolts through the outer bracket, the side skirt and the inner bracket as shown.
C: Twist the lock nuts onto the threaded ends of the bolts until all nuts are finger-tight.
A: Tighten the nuts to the bolts until they are snug.
B: The final step is to connect the inner bracket to the bottom of the table with the wood screws.
After checking all the nuts and screws to ensure they’re tight, turn the table back over and set it on it’s feet with the help of another person.
When moving the table from one spot to another, avoid dragging or pushing the table across the floor. This will help keep the legs from loosening over time and protect your floor