Manny D.: great exceptional assembly and video. will definitely review this video and
more more for tips. as I will be getting a besta with glass shelves and
probably glass doors
sigzor302620: Very nice video to help us put these popular Bestas assembled. When
attaching 2 units together are the holes already on the sides to put them
together or do you have drill your own holes for that?
pinkypooapple: Thanks so much! This helped a lot!
Nicolas Lehuen: You just saved my sunday afternoon at 7:40. It was not clear to me how to
slide the back panel - the instruction were not clear on that we have to
slide along the grooved part. I was trying to brute force the thick part
in, with poor results, but don't tell this to anyone :).
Alex Fulcher: thanks! :-)
vicky soliz: Is it necessary to use the white plastic pieces we just assembled the besta
vara tv stand
sixtyfiveford: They do give you a wall mount brackets for safety. I think they would be ok
without if you weren't putting a ton of heavy stuff in them, but if you
were loading them with books all the way to the top I would install the kit.
Dan Myers: do you have to mout it to the wall or will it be ok on its own, like or
walmart book shelf???
steve kanaly: Thank You! Very helpful
cotes42: Hi, Are the white spacers on the corners strong enough to carry the
cupboards as described in the manual? I have the 60x40x64cm besta units and
I'm mounting it to the wall off the floor as instructed in the manual but
I'm worried. Thanks in advance!
shantel1417: I recruited my mom and she was no help lol so i watched the video two more
times and i just got it like 10 mins ago. Thanks for your help
sixtyfiveford: My wife puts a couple dozen cans of soup on each shelf and they don't sag
at all. They seem very rigid and strong. i dont think books would be an
ceebelle: I have an issue with my back panel they put the grooves on the unpainted
raw side. Any idea if IKEA will let me return just the back panels or do I
have to return the whole unit ?
sixtyfiveford: I think all bookshelves require a wall anchoring kit to be supplied to
consumers these days.
sixtyfiveford: You're welcome.. Glad it helped.
Dan Myers: Not books 18" Action Figures... I just never seen any bookshelves that
require you to intsall them into the wall is all....
sixtyfiveford: It should work the same with the grooves in the unpainted side. They could
have changed their manufacturing process. If not I am almost positive they
will just open another box at the store and swap you out the damaged piece.
But I think your OK with the one you have. Note: 2 people make installing
the back a ton easier.
sixtyfiveford: I second person to help makes it a ton easier.
shantel1417: Im having So much trouble sliding the back panel in and its starting to
split down the middle.. Sigh
jasonmushersee: Just this morning my boss and i were talking about getting new cabinets
like this at work! Where did you find them?
sixtyfiveford: I did not.
Elise A: I was wondering is the shelving quite strong because i plan on putting
heavy books and wouldn't want it to sag or break?
sixtyfiveford: @jasonmushersee These are from IKEA.. They are pretty inexpensive.
sixtyfiveford: Awesome, I'm glad its working out.
Finnogda: Oh Man thank God for You, that's all I have to say - you've saved my
sanity!! And yes, the grooves are on the bloody unfinished side!
Dan Myers: The ones I have bought from walmart does not require wall anchoring. Thats
why I was asking no biggie...
sixtyfiveford: Yes, but you need to make sure you get it screwed into a stud in the wall.
zeebeque: Is it mounted to the wall? You show you would drill through the mark - but