Per "Consumer Pete's" review, we emailed "Lifestyle Solutions" (read below) and will keep everyone posted:
We purchased a bedroom set a few months ago and are now trying to install the 220 Mirror frame on the dresser, but the instructions are physically impossible. It shows 8 screws: two at the top of the mirror, two screwed into the bottom of the mirror, two in the top of the dresser at the rear and two in the center of the dresser (approximately). The drawings are totally inaccurate relative to the dimensions shown and the locations each screw is supposed to attach to.
The holes drilled into the two mirror braces don't line up in either the "portrait" or the "landscape" position as shown in the assembly instructions. The holes that were pre-drilled for two of the four hooks are miss-drilled so the hooks are basically useless.
Do you have new instructions (possibly?) that can resolve this problem of trying to install the mirror on the back of the dresser (portrait position) so that it is safe and secure? The instructions literally would have me trying to attach 4 screws through the pre-drilled holes in the two braces directly into the back of the mirror!~ and the two bottom screws drilled into the light-weight backing on the rear of the dresser (we measured the distance between the solid portions of wood that are part of the dresser back construction and they don't line up with the mirror's two brace attachments (going down past the top of the dresser). This doesn't make sense, because that is exactly where the two braces should be attached for a solid support.
None of the 6 screws that act as dresser connections and supports can be used the way the assembly instructions say they are supposed to go in place.
Sincerely,
Dave & Tina, Ventura, Ca. 93001 (805) 643-5929
SKU : 219-220-027-42 Code: 220PI-MFR-CP Model : 220 PI (factory code T)