IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION
- Your product has had a long and adventurous journey. The packaging may look like it’s suffering from a little travel sickness, but your product should still be in perfect condition and ready to enjoy.
- We recommend that you keep your original product packaging if at all possible because, in the unlikely event that you require a warranty repair, we cannot collect and transport your item if it is not safely or securely packaged.
|For products that require a user manual, it can be downloaded from kogan.com/usermanuals/
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Safety and Warnings
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE BASIC STEPS CAN LEAD TO DAMAGE THAT IS NOT COVERED BY YOUR WARRANTY
Read Instructions carefully. Check no parts are missing.
|Lay out all of the components on a soft surface as if you were preparing to do a jigsaw puzzle.|
|Carefully identify each component, especially those that are similar. The most common mistake is getting things back to front.|
|Separate and identify each component from the hardware pack and rest each one in its proper location before fastening|
|DO NOT fully tighten screws (leave slightly loose).When the item is fully assembled tighten the screws - but do not over tighten.|
|If glue is required DO NOT set until you are certain that the parts belong together.|
SECURE YOUR FURNITURE!
Furniture tip-over prevention
Every year many children are injured from furniture tipping onto them. Children are naturally inquisitive and will not always use furniture as it is intended.
A simple way to help prevent furniture tip-over accidents is to secure furniture to the wall. We urge customers to inspect their chests of drawers and dressers to ensure that they are securely anchored to the wall using the restraints provided with this unit. ··
Tips to Improving Safety
- Attach, mount, bolt or secure furniture to walls and floors.
- Do not put heavy items on top shelves of bookcases.
- Discourage small children from climbing on furniture.
- Do not put tempting items such as favourite toys on top of furniture that encourage children to climb up and reach.
- Do not place unstable furniture near where children play.
- Put locking devices on all drawers to prevent children opening them and using them as steps.