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Inspect each plank before beginning installation. For the first row along straight walls, remove the tongue on all long side joints and the short side of the first plank using a table saw.
Provide a 3/8” space for expansion on all sides using wooden spacers. Note: Two spacers, thick-side to thick-side, are 3/8”
For uneven walls, trace contour with a compass on the tongue side of the plank, and cut with a jigsaw.
Cut the first piece at least 8” long using a table saw. Start new rows using pieces trimmed from the previous row, ensuring at least a 12” end joint offset.
Assemble the first row with tongue side way from the wall. Insert the end tongue into the end groove and rotate downward to assemble. Keep planks aligned and joints closed.
Insert the tongue of the second-row plank into the groove of the first-row plank at a slight angle until the laminate edges meet. Next, rotate down until the joints lock . For the next plank, join the short end of the plank first . You will see a gap on the long-side joints when the plank is rotated down. Raise the outside edge of the plank upward approximately 1”. Keep this angle as you push the plank in until the laminate edges meet. Rotate downward on the plank until the joint locks.