After moving 3 times and ending back at home with her mother, my niece
has stored her waterbed in my living room. That is a whole nother
story. Anyway we had a heck of a time putting that bed together the
first time. The first time, we got the frame on backwards. Before
moving it the second time, I marked left, right, top, bottom on all
the parts so it will go back together right next time.
Anyway..........it sure would be nice if manufacturers would put
assembly instructions in video format on the web.
Really? So you are saying that taking a video of someone assembling
an item as they set it up on a show room floor would add a significant
cost to the item?
Youtube would be happy to get how to videos and display them for free.
No. The waterbed is going to get sold this time. Having an assembly
video would be nice to have to go with the bed being sold.
Youtube does not have any useful hits for water bed assembly. The
measurements for the center cross piece from the wall would be a handy
piece of info.
On Tue, 02 Aug 2011 19:55:07 -0400, Metspitzer wrote:
Next time, do that the first time ;-)
It's not easy to print out a video and take it to wherever you need it,
though. I'd say just mark parts - like you did - for anything that looks
complex or looks to be badly made (such that it might not reassemble well
unless in the exact same configuration). Taking photos with a digital
camera is sometimes useful, too.
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