Only use rods with a diameter of 24 mm.
Always start with clamp A. All clamps can snap around the rods.
Align the markings on nut (B) and clamp (A).
Rotate the nut clock wise.
Make sure that the nut is not screwed on crooked.
Either insert a rod and then tighten the nut.
Alternatively put a clamp C into the opening.
Press the parts together when tightening the nut.
Assembly of many parts is easier when done on the floor.
Use a pencil to mark the position of the clamps when working with measurements.
More clamps on one rod can be positioned evenly with the help of the smooth surface on the bottom of the clamp.
If you place rods next to each other, the clamps can be positioned easier on the same height.
Make sure to cut vertically.
The connector can withstand load. However, watch out for overloading, especially if something can break in the process.