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This guide assumes the reader is already familiar with a separate guide titled “Application Guide, Optimize Hanging System - Manage “Face Forward”.
AS Hanging Display Systems - How to Eliminate Teeter-Totter Image note - Note
STATUS QUO: Occasionally, there are instances where a frame will hang from a cable with one lower corner contacting the wall and the other lifting off the wall. Most of the time this dynamic occurs when multiple frames are hanging above one another from a single cable/rod. All but the lowest in the column of frames will exhibit this teeter-totter effect. But, it is quite easy to correct.

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Teeter-Totter
AS Hanging Display Systems - How to Eliminate Teeter-Totter Image Step 1 - Action
ACTION: Add a Frame Stabilizer to all the frames in the vertical stack. The frames will behave nicely after this adjustment.

AS Hanging Display Systems - How to Eliminate Teeter-Totter Image Step 2 - Action
ACTION: Substitute two cables/rods, one at each of the left and right frame side-rails, in place of the single centered one. Additionally, add Bumpers to the bottom corners of the lowest frame.

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However, this approach only works when all the frames in the vertical stack have the same left/right dimension.
This document is one of a series of documents that were created to help the reader optimize their framed art, and other wall objects, for display via a hanging system.

Others in the series include:
- How to Hang Framed Art
- Manage Face Forward
- Optimize with 2 Cables
- Eliminate Tilt Left-Right
- How to Hang Unframed Art
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