Drill two direct holes on the rear of the storage cabinet at one-half foot from the top and bottom of each pin point that is vertical, the top and underside of each row. Set beside the front of the cabinet. Use your screwdriver to loosen the screws if necessary and then stick on shims behind backward or to proceed to the cabinet and then make it soldered. Loosen shims behind the bottom and the screws, if the top of the cabinet is tilted forwards. If the base of the cabinet is tilted back, then loosen the screws and shims behind the top. Tighten screws.
Measure the rear of the wall cabinet. Mark that the measurements of the wall with a pencil, angle level and hook, so the lines are flat. Mark and find each stud outlined area, using your socket. Mark the places of the studs on the rear of the cabinet the distance of each pin against the lines onto the wall. Mark vertical lines from the borders onto the rear of the cabinet at precisely exactly the exact same distance.
Due to the burden of the cabinet and its contents, it has to be mounted on wall joists. It is not unusual for the walls to be leaning.
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