Wednesday, July 10, 2013

How to Repair a Bombay's The Reverend's Music Rack

Fig.1 Magazines
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Cordless screwdriver with Phillip tip

Mrs. Black wanted to visit Santa Monica, California. She rented a home near the Blue Bus Line to get to all the sites in the area. While in her home she noticed that her magazine rack was falling apart. The screws at the bottom of the unit were all over the floor area. 

This post shows the five steps to repairing and putting back into service the magazine stand.

Step 1: Fig.1 above shows the magazine removed from the rack.
Step 2: Fig.2 and fig.3 shows the detailed plans pasted on the bottom of the bottom frame.
Fig.2 Parts list
Fig.3 Detailed layout plans
Step 3: Fig.4 through fig.6 shows all the screws were very loose. Each sheet metal screw was driven back into its slot by a cordless screwdriver with a magnetic Phillip tip.
Fig.4 Bottom right corner
Fig.5 Top right corner
Fig.6 Bottom left screws
Step 4: Fig.7 shows the middle shelf needs to be re-installed before the last screw is placed into its slot.
Fig.7 Middle shelf
Step 5: Fig.8 shows the magazine stand fully functional and ready to be used. Now Mrs. Black can place her favorite magazine in her magazine rack.
Fig.8 Job done

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