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TV Stand
Model 411660

It stands. You sit.
A thing of beauty, this one.

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Lot # 530097 05/28/19
Purchased: ____

Assembly Tools Required

No. 2 Phillips Screwdriver
Tip Shown Actual Size
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The use of a TV that is too heavy or large is hazardous. A TV that is too heavy will create a risk of a tip-over that can cause severe injury or death. A TV that is too large for the available space might be accidentally pushed or bumped off the furniture, or subject to tip-over.

  • Check the size and weight of your TV. Compare it to the diagram below – before you begin assembly!
  • This Sauder unit is designed for use with televisions weighing less than 50 pounds. Never use a TV that weighs more.
  • The size of the television, front-to-back and side-to-side, must fi t within the space defi ned in the diagram.
  • Never place the front edge of the TV past the front edge of the TV support shelf (or stop molding – if equipped)
  • Never allow the sides of the TV to extend past the side edges of the TV support surface.
  • If the TV has a CRT picture tube, the picture tube cone may extend past the rear of the support shelf.
  • Be sure to apply the warning label as instructed in the last assembly step. The label provides important safety-related information.

Part Identification

♦While not all parts are labeled, some of the parts will have a label or an inked letter on the edge to help distinguish similar parts from each other. Use this part identifi cation to help identify similar parts.

TOP (1)
BACK (2)
DOOR (2)

♦Screws are shown actual size. You may receive extra hardware with your unit.

Never use this furniture with a TV that is too large or too heavy. Severe injury or death can occur. The TV and furniture
will be unstable and may tip.
-The TV must be less than 50 lbs.
-The base of the TV must be able to sit completely on this shelf.
Refer to the instruction book for complete safety information.
Note: This is a permanent label. Do not try to remove it. The surface will be damaged.

(Refer to Step 10 for proper location and application)

Step 1

♦Assemble your unit on a carpeted fl oor or on the empty carton to avoid scratching your unit or the floor.
♦ Push ten HIDDEN CAMS (1F) into the ENDS (A2 and B2), UPRIGHTS (CCC and DDD), and CENTER BACK (G2). Then, insert the metal end of a CAM DOWEL (2F) into each HIDDEN CAM.

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Do not tighten the HIDDEN CAMS in this step.

Step 2

♦Fasten the VALANCE (K4) to the TOP (EE3). Use four BLACK 1-1/4″ FLAT HEAD SCREWS (7S).
♦ NOTE: Do not overtighten the SCREWS.

Some assembly (and snacks) required.

Step 3

Do not stand the unit upright without the BACK fastened. The unit may collapse.

Risk of damage or injury. HIDDEN CAMS must be completely tightened. HIDDEN CAMS that are not completely tightened may loosen, and parts may separate. To completely tighten:

Step 4

♦Fasten the UPRIGHTS (CCC and DDD) to the TOP (EE3).
♦Tighten four HIDDEN CAMS.
♦Fasten the UPRIGHTS (CCC and DDD) to the CENTER BACK (G2). Use four BLACK 1-7/8″ FLAT HEAD SCREWS (2
♦ Fasten the BOTTOM (F2) to the UPRIGHTS (CCC and DDDUse four BLACK 1-7/8″ FLAT HEAD SCREWS (2S).
NOTE: Start each SCREW a few turns before completely tightening any of them.

Step 5

♦Slide the END MOLDINGS* (L2) onto the notched edges of the ENDS (A2 and B2).
♦NOTE: The MOLDINGS should be even with the edges of the ENDS.
♦*U.S. Patent No. 5,499,886

Step 6

♦Fasten the ENDS (A2 and B2) to the TOP (EE3). Tighten four HIDDEN CAMS.
♦Fasten the ENDS (A2 and B2) to the BOTTOM (F2) Use four BLACK 1-7/8″ FLAT HEAD SCREWS (2S).
♦Push a MAGNETIC CATCH (2I) into the holes of each UPRIGHT (CCC and DDD) as shown.

Step 7

♦Carefully turn your unit onto its front edges. Lay the BACKS (H4) over your unit.
♦Make equal margins along the bottom and both side edges of the BACKS (H4). Push on opposite corners of your unit if needed to make it “square”.
♦Fasten the BACKS (H4) to your unit using the NAILS (1N).
♦With a hammer, tap four TACK GLIDES (13E) into the edges of the
ENDS (A2 and B2) and END MOLDINGS (L2).

Do not stand the unit upright without the BACK fastened. The unit may collapse.

Step 8

♦Fasten a PIVOT HINGE (15H) to each DOOR (I2). Use two BLACK 9/16″ LARGE HEAD SCREWS (1S).
♦Fasten a STRIKE PLATE (6I) to each DOOR (I2). Use two BLACK 1/2″ FLAT HEAD SCREWS (11S).

Step 9

♦Carefully stand your unit upright.
♦Insert a PIVOT HINGE (15H) into a WASHER (9I) and into the BOTTOM (F2).
♦Insert the PIVOT HINGE, which is fastened to the DOOR (I2), into the hole in the VALANCE. You will need to tilt your DOOR slightly.
♦Now, tip the DOOR in and fasten the free HINGE to the DOOR. Use a BLACK 9/16″ LARGE HEAD SCREW (1S).
♦Fasten a PULL (29K) to the DOOR (I2). Use two SILVER 7/8″ MACHINE SCREWS (42S).
♦NOTE: To make adjustments to the DOOR, loosen the SCREW in the HINGE, make needed adjustments and tighten the SCREW.
♦Repeat this step for the other DOOR (I2).

  Pro Tip: Lift with your legs. And, you know, your arms.

Step 10

♦Push the RUBBER SLEEVES (2R) over the METAL PINS (1R). Insert the METAL PINS into the hole locations of your choice in the UPRIGHTS (CCC and DDD). Set the ADJUSTABLE SHELF (J2) onto the METAL PINS.
♦Center a SCREW COVER (20P) over the head of each SCREW and gently tap in with your hammer.
♦ Apply the WARNING LABEL (1L) to the TOP (EE3). You should be able to read the label when the TV is removed from the unit. When the TV is in place, it should hide the label. Peel off the backing and apply the label as shown in the diagram.
♦NOTE: This is a permanent label intended to last for the life of the product. Once applied, do not try to remove it.
♦NOTE: Please read the back page of the instruction booklet for important safety information.
♦This completes the assembly. Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry.

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General Conformity Certifi cate

  1. This certifi cate applies to the Sauder Woodworking Product identifi ed by this Instruction Book.
  2. This certifi cate applies to compliance of this product with the CPSC Ban on Lead-Containing Paint (16 CFR 1303).
  3. This product is manufactured by:
    Sauder Woodworking Company
    502 Middle St.
    Archbold, OH 43502
  4. Date of Manufacture: ________

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