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Craftsman Tool Box ?

have one that is around 25 years old. Its three sections. I'm moving and dont plan on taking it with me. A friend is taking it. I cant remember how I assembled it, but the three sections seem to be stuck together. Any help from anyone ?

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have one that is around 25 years old. Its three sections. I'm moving and dont plan on taking it with me. A friend is taking it. I cant remember how I assembled it, but the three sections seem to be stuck together. Any help from anyone ?


What do you mean by stuck ,,drawers wont open ,or top box wont separate from bottom box
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The top wont separate from the bottom. It tilts but won't release. The draws are fine.
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you have to remove the draw and look inside you may have a bolt in there.
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Agreed it is common for mechanics to bolt the top box onto the bottom box for stability and safety.

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