SANYO Cases are heavy and bulky, and require at least two people for unloading, moving, and installation.
Do not walk on the top of the SANYO Cases. Walking on the top of the SANYO Case may lead to serious injury and/or damage to
the SANYO Case.
Do not place anything on the top of the SANYO Case or use the top of any SANYO Case for short- or long-term storage.
Review layout drawings for spaces where SANYO Cases are to be installed.
Based on the layout drawings and the SANYO Case footprint drawings, mark the floor to indicate the exact locations of the
base legs (back edge and front edge) on each merchandiser. Multiple SANYO Cases should be aligned based upon the position
of the base legs.
Snap chalk lines for the front and rear positions of the legs on each row of SANYO Case.
4. Mark the location showing the outside edge of each base leg on each SANYO Case.
SANYO Cases must be installed level in
order to ensure proper performance and
For each lineup of SANYO cases to be
joined, use a level (preferably a laser
level) to find the highest point on the
front and rear chalk lines marked in
step 3 above (during Case Alignment).
Determine which of the two points
marked on the line is higher. This is
the highest point in the case lineup.
Estimate the number of shims needed
for the four corners of each case
position, in order to bring all positions
to the same height as the highest point
found in step 2.
For each row, place the first SANYO
Case where it will sit over the highest
point in the lineup. Ensure that the
case is level, using shims as needed.
NOTE: Each base leg should rest on solid
Insert shims as needed if there are any gaps
between the floor and each base leg.
5. Continue placing cases in the lineup, working outward to both sides from the position of the first case placed.
Use shims to ensure that all cases in the lineup are level.