First Things First
1. If your cabinet does not have an
(a) Position Template in desired location on
underside of cabinet, flush with front
(b) Then tape Template in place, and go to
If your cabinet has an overhang:
(a) Measure the thickness of the overhang.
(b) Fold front of Template downward along
the printed guideline that is closest to
the thickness of your cabinet.
Tape fold-down portion to backside of
overhang, Tape Template to cabinet
MEASURE THICKNESS OF
FOLD TEMPLATE ON
If your cabinet has glue blocks or
other obstructions, cut out corresponding
areas on the Template to clear them. Do not
cut out or cut through the screw holes
indicated on the Template.
It is recommended that safety
glasses be worn while drilling screw holes to
prevent the possibility of eye injury.
-inch diameter holes through the
underside of the cabinet bottom shelf using
the 3 points marked on the Template.
On wooden cabinets you may want to mark
and start the drill holes with a nail or an
Be sure to hold the drill very firmly against
the cabinet to reduce "walking" of the drill
bit from the markings.
Use masking tape above the hole locations
on inside of wooden cabinet shelf to help
If installing the unit under a wood cabinet,
you may wish to countersink the drilled hole
from the INSIDE of the cabinet if a
countersink attachment for your drill is
available. This will eliminate the use of
washers and allow the screw heads to be
flush with the floor of your cabinet. If you
cannot countersink the holes, use the
3. Remove Template and clean drill shavings
from inside and underside of cabinet.
4. If your cabinet does not have an
overhang, go to Step 5.
If your cabinet has an overhang, select
the spacer or combination of spacers that is
equal to or longer than the cabinet overhang.