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How to Put the Attack Spider's Legs Back On

Place the Attack Spider upside down, head facing up, to match this photo. Place a thick book or books on each side of the spider's body. The books will hold up the legs while you work and save a lot of frustration!

The legs are numbered, from one to eight. Look for the number on the leg itself.

Leg one goes on the right side, bottom ('side' refers to our view in this photo)

Leg two above it. Leg three above it, and finally leg four at top right.

Leg five goes to bottom left. Leg six above it, seven above it, and finally leg eight at top left.

Screw the plate back on. That's it.

(NOTE: legs three and seven are the same. Sometimes the units come with two number sevens or two number threes)


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