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These are assembly instructions for our cartridge display stand that is available from our online shop. The stand is designed to house all of the official Atari Lynx cartridges but will work with many homebrew carts as well (especially the modern curved lip style ones).

The display stand comes unassembled. There are 4 parts to it - 2 sides, the front with the Lynx logo and the back with the Atari Gamer website address printed on it.

First take the front and the side pieces. Place one of the side pieces on a hard, flat surface and push in the matching side of the front piece into it. Note that it will be a very snug fit, but it will go in, just take it slowly and apply force straight down so not to snap anything. With one side pushed in, place the second side flat and push the other side of the front piece in. It should be easier to get the second side to go in as you can push down on the first side.

The notches on the sides where the front piece slots in should be almost flush with the rest of the side.

Slide the back section into the grooves, and you're done! There's nothing locking the back section in, but for display purposes there doesn't need to be. You may see your display stand slightly misaligned after first assembling it, just squeeze it into the right shape until it settles.

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