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Pantry Cabinet Assembly
Pantry Cabinet Assembly
Watch this video tutorial and follow the steps listed below to learn how to assemble your RTA Pantry cabinet also known as a Utility cabinet.
Flat Head Screwdriver
Open the box containing the cabinet and sort pieces based on size and shape.
Empty the bag of hardware on a flat surface and sort. Be careful not to lose any pieces. There should be 30 cam-lock screws, 30 cam-lock nuts, and 20 shelf pins.
Drill eight cam-lock screws into the pre-drilled holes along the sides of the panels that have a small rectangle missing from the corner (this will be the toe catch). These are the side panels.
Slide the long edge of the large rectangular panel into the cam-lock screws on of one of the side panels. The large panel will be the back of the pantry.
Screw the cam-lock nuts into the pre-drilled holes on the side connecting the panels.
Slide the square panel into the right angle created by the two larger panels.
Slide the short edge of the skinny rectangular panel into the cam-lock screws on the long edge of the cabinet sides.
Place a cam-lock nut into the skinny rectangular panel and secure with a screwdriver.
Slide square panels into the middle and the end of the side and back panel connected at a right angle.
Screw cam-lock nuts into the pre-drilled holes on the edges connecting the square panels to the side panel.
Slide the remaining side panel into the square panels and back panel.
Screw cam-lock nuts into the sides of the back panel connected to the other side panel.
Place a cam-lock nut on the side of the skinny rectangular panel connecting it to the other side panel and secure with a screwdriver.
Screw cam-lock nuts into the square panels on the sides connecting them to the other side panel.
Open the other box that came in the shipment containing the door to the pantry and lay it on a flat surface.
Drill eight cam-lock screws into the pre-drilled holes along the inside frame of the door.
Flip the assembled panels so the open face (the front of the pantry) is turned upward.
Slide the cam-lock screws on the door into the pre-drilled holes on the edges of the particle boards.
Place and secure eight cam-lock nuts into the cam-lock screws along the edges of the side panels closest to the face frame.
Insert shelf pins at the desired height, making sure that all 4 pins for one shelf are at the same height, and that the flat side of the pin is facing up.