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Whirlpool Gladiator W10293036A Assembly Instructions Manual page 3

Steel wall gearbox cabinet

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Assemble Cabinet
F1
F1 ⁵⁄₁₆ " Allen-head bolt (24)
F2 ⁵⁄₁₆ " Flange nut (24)
Gather the required tools before starting installation.
Tools Needed:
¹⁄₂" Wrench
³⁄₈" Wrench
¹¹⁄₃₂" Wrench
Tools Supplied:
Allen wrench
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move, assemble or install
cabinet.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
IMPORTANT:
Two people may be required to complete the assembly.
As you assemble the cabinet, make sure the edges with the
holes are facing up.
1. Place side panel (P1) on a flat, firm surface so that the edge with
the holes is facing up as shown.
2. Insert the cabinet top (P2) between the edges of side panel (P1).
NOTE: Make sure the edges with the holes are facing up.
3. Align the holes and attach the top (P2) to side panel (P1) using
six Allen-head bolts (F1) and ⁵⁄₁₆" flange nuts (F2) as shown. Do
not tighten completely.
4. Position the other side panel (P1) so that the cabinet top (P2) is
between the edges of the side panel (P1).
5. Align the holes and attach the top (P2) to the side panel (P1)
using six Allen-head bolts (F1) and ⁵⁄₁₆" flange nuts (F2) as shown.
Do not tighten completely.
6. Insert the cabinet bottom (P3) between the edges of the side
panels (P1). The smooth side of the cabinet bottom should be
toward the cabinet interior.
NOTES:
Make sure the edges with the holes are facing up so the
Gladiator
®
nameplate will be at the front of the cabinet and
the access for electrical cords will be at the back of the
cabinet.
To access the opening, remove the center of the plastic
grommet, insert electrical cords and replace the center of the
grommet.
F2
Phillips screwdriver
Pliers
7. Align the holes and attach the bottom (P3) to the side panels (P1)
using six Allen-head bolts (F1) and ⁵⁄₁₆" flange nuts (F2) for each
side as shown. Do not tighten completely.
P1
P3
P3
Attach Back Panels
F3b Phillips-head screw (20)
1. Using nine Phillips-head screws (F3b), attach the lower back
panel (P5) to the bottom (P3) and sides (P1) as shown. Do not
tighten screws completely.
2. Align the upper back panel (P4) with the holes in the top (P2).
Using nine Phillips-head screws (F3b), attach the upper back
panel to the top (P-2) and sides (P-1) as shown. Do not tighten
screws completely.
NOTE: The upper back panel will slightly overlap the lower back
panel.
3. Using two Phillips-head screws (F3b), attach the upper back
panel (P4) to the lower back panel (P5) as shown.
A
P3
A. Upper panel overlaps lower panel
B. Holes to install mounting bracket
4. Completely tighten all back panel screws starting with the sides
and continuing with the top, middle and bottom.
5. Using the Allen wrench (provided), completely tighten all the
cabinet bolts and nuts.
P2
P1
P1
F3b
B
P4
P5
P1
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