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    OfficeMax Mobile Printer Cart, Oak
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    OfficeMax Mobile Printer Cart, Oak

    Item # 1210285 OfficeMax # 22492893
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    Oak Finish. Drawer and cabinet. 4 nylon casters, 2 locking. Cart measures 20" W x 15-1/4" D x 25-1/2" H.

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    Item # 1210285 
    Manufacturer # OM04582  
    brand name OfficeMax
    cart type printer cart

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    Rated 3.2 out of 5�by 12 reviewers.
    Rated 2 out of 5�by Poor choice The handle comes off and I can't re-screw it back on. You get what you pay for. February 27, 2015
    Rated 2 out of 5�by Not a wise purchase The doors don't line up right and the drawer does not fit. The pilot holes are not in the right place and since it is already put together it is going to be very hard to go back and move the drawer guides down. Also how far down do we move them is the next question. June 24, 2014
    Rated 2 out of 5�by Fragile materials w/ manuf problems This cart was on sale at local OfficeMax and was what I wanted for my man-cave. Unfortunately, I found it to be a nightmare to assemble. The sides are 1/2? particle board with oak-looking paper covering. Although instructions were clear & detailed, and all the parts bagged & identified, the problems came in the assembly. The dowel holes are too large a diameter for the supplied dowels, so when I partially assembled it with the supplied glue and stood it upright the next day, the whole thing collapsed! Some of the edges of the cabinet sides and a cross member were damaged in the collapse. When I gently tapped a dowel, as illustrated in the directions, it came through the side and damaged the particle board and paper covering. Since it was low cost, was what I wanted, and appearance not very important, I proceeded with restoring and assembling it with larger dowels, plenty of wood glue, pipe & ratchet clamps, and patience. The final step was closing the drawer which, as feared, didn?t close fully. The cabinet drawer slides were too high and needed creative adjustments. It is now in my man-cave serving its intended purpose, but I dare not lean on it. February 2, 2014
    Rated 1 out of 5�by Poor Build Quality very difficult to assemble. pilot holes are crooked, mis-sized and too shallow. Local officemax wants 60 for 3rd party to assemble it. cannot judge functionality as I have yet to get out and buy drill bits to redrill. July 18, 2013
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