Positioning the appliance
When pushing the appliance into
its niche make sure that the mains
cable does not get trapped.
Move the appliance carefully on
floors that are sensitive to scratching
to prevent damage.
The appliance feet can break off.
The feet should be almost fully
screwed in when you push the appli-
ance into the niche.
Tip: Before pushing the appliance into
the niche the two rear feet should be
loosened by half a turn. After pushing it
into the niche the feet will be easier to
adjust from the front (see "Aligning the
Position the mains electricity cable so
that the appliance can be connected
easily once installed.
Tip: To help you push it into position, tie
a piece of string around the plug to "in-
crease" the length of the connection
Then pull the cable by the end of the
string through the housing unit.
Installing the appliance
If the appliance is pushed too far into
the niche, the door may not close
properly once the furniture panel has
been fitted. This can cause ice to
build up, condensate to accumulate
and lead to faults in the appliance.
These can all lead to increased en-
Push the appliance into the building-
in niche making sure a gap of 42 mm
is maintained all round between the
appliance carcase and the front of
the housing unit side walls.
Push the appliance into the niche un-
til the front edges of the hinges at the
top and bottom are flush with the
front edge of the housing unit side
This will create a gap all round of 42
mm to the front edges of the housing
unit side walls.