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Assembling and Installing Cabinet Drawer Boxes

1. Tools needed: Hand miter box, pencil, white panel adhesive, drill, drill bit, tape measure, #2 Philips screw driver.

Melamine $35.00/kit
2. Assembling the drawer boxes: Locate the pre-cut drawer box parts

Finished Wood $50.00/kit
3. Locate the two drawer box sides they are 20 long. The drawer box ends are the two pieces that are 3-5/16 shorter than the drawer front. These parts should be labeled. The drawer ends go in between to the drawer sides. Hold the drawer side over the drawer end with the white edge banding facing up, drill a pilot holes through the drawer side into the drawer end.
4. Apply panel adhesive to the edge of the drawer end.
5. Using the 1 #6 screws, screw the parts together, depending on the box depth two to three screws per corner. Do this on all four corners.

Tip: Be careful not to over tighten the screws this will cause the box material to crack, we recommend installing the screws by hand for more controls.

6. Turn the box over with the white edge banded sides facing down attach and the bottom.
7. Attach the drawer slides to the bottom of the drawer box. Make sure that you flush the front end of the slide to the drawer box; this is the end without the wheel.
8. Attach the drawer front to the drawer box by drilling a hole in the drawer box and attaching the drawer front using 1-1/8 screws with flat heads. If you purchase drawer boxes from us, center the box from side to side and measure 5/8 from the bottom of the box to the edge of the drawer front. Put one screw in each side then slide the drawer box into place in your cabinet. If needed, you can loosen the screws and adjust the drawer fronts. This is why we recommend drilling the 1/4 over size hole. Now you can install the remaining screws.
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