Push the screwdriver into the notch until it stops and turn it counter-
Lift up on the badge and pull it off the door.
Rotate the badge 180 degrees so that it will read correctly when
Locate the sixth horizontal bar from the top of the door and slide
the badge hooks over it, aligning the center tabs on the badge with
the vertical bar on the door.
Push up on the badge retention clips until they are closed and
the badge is secure.
Securing the Rack Leveling Feet
Your rack includes four leveling feet, which are mounted on the corners of
the rack. The leveling feet are designed to align the rack in an upright, level
position when the rack is situated on a slightly uneven floor surface. Before
you install your systems in the rack, deploy and adjust the leveling feet. When
you level your rack, follow these guidelines.
corner of the rack do not rise more than 9.5 mm (3/8 inch) above the floor. If you
exceed 9.5 mm of clearance between the floor and the casters as you adjust the
leveling feet, slowly retract the leveling feet, and then move the rack to another
location that requires minimal adjustments to the leveling feet.
floor. Proper contact with the floor ensures that each leveling foot is supporting
the weight of the rack and prevents the rack from swaying in any direction. If the
leveling feet are not all in firm contact with the floor, the rack can become
unstable and tip over.
Always retract the leveling feet before moving the rack. Having the leveling feet
deployed when you move the rack may cause the rack to tip over.
install your systems. A fully loaded rack may tip over if your rack is resting on an
uneven floor surface and the leveling and stabilizing feet are not supporting the
weight of the rack.
If the rack is not leveled properly, you might not be able to install the
stabilizer feet, which are necessary to prevent the rack from tipping over.
Read all statements below before you adjust the leveling feet.
When you adjust the leveling feet, ensure that the casters on each
Adjust the leveling feet until each leveling foot rests firmly on the
Do not attempt to move your rack with the leveling feet deployed.
Always level the rack and install the stabilizing feet before you