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Important: Always ensure you are drilling straight
up or straight down through the marked mounting
holes on the template. Drilling at an angle may
prevent proper installation and may damage
cabinets if the drill bit pierces the partition.
4.
Using a
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of the cabinet up or the top down, creating
pilot holes through the 4 holes marked on
the template. This will help guide the ¼" drill
bit in the next step. (F)
Switch to a ¼" drill bit and drill straight up
5.
or straight down through the holes that
have just been created. (G)
6.
Once holes are drilled, remove tape and
mounting template.
7.
Wipe dust and debris off the top side and
the underside of the cabinet surface.
8.
Place a washer inside the cabinet over each
of the 4 holes you drilled. (H)
9.
Determine what size screws to use by
placing a screw through the hole in
the cabinet without the appliance in
place. The screw should be ½" exposed
underneath the cabinet to ensure the
appliance is properly attached to the
cabinet. (I)
Note: Several standard screw lengths are
provided but may not fi t all cabinet sizes.
10. Place one of the screws through each of
the washers covering the holes in the
cabinet, from the inside of the cabinet
down.
11.
Hold appliance up to the screws, aligning
the front of the appliance with the front
edge of the cabinet base. The screws in
the cabinet should align with the mounting
holes in the appliance. (J)
Note: It may require two people to ensure the
appliance is held in place while drilling.
12. Screwing from inside the cabinet down
into the appliance holes, use your drill or
screwdriver to tighten the four screws in
place. (K)
" drill bit, drill from the underside
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G
H
I
J
K
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