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11.
Loosen
the
screws
In the
top
retaining
brackets.
Rotate
the
brackets
from
shipping
posrtion
to the
install
position.
Retighten.
See Figure
12.
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FIGURE 12
NOTE:
Position
"A''-Compactor
frame
willbe
flush
with
cabinets.
Remove
cabinet
mount
screws
from
retaining
brackets.
Save
for use in step
13.
Position
"B"-Midpoint
between
position
"A"
and
"C. "
Position
"C"--Drawer
front
will
be flush
with
cabinets.
12.
When
moving
or lifting
the compactor,
use a glove
to
protect
and cushion
your
hand.
To prevent
damage
to floor
covering,
do not allow
the
rear
frame
of the compactor
to touch
the floor
when
lrftrng
or rolling.
(See
Figure
13.)
FIGURE 13
Alrgn
the
rear
of the
compactor
wrth
the
cabinet
openrng
Plug the power
cord Into a properly
grounded
receptacle.
See Frgures
1, 2 and 9.
Lrft
the
front
of
the
compactor
and
roll
Into
the
openrng
untrl
the
retarnrng
brackets
stop
the unrt
13.
Fasten
the retarnrng
brackets
to the undersrde
of the
counter
top wrth
the screws
provided
Use auxiliary
clip
for fastenrng
to cabrnet
front
when
counter
fop
mountrng
method
IS not permissible
See Figure
14.
RETAINER BRACKET
\
RETAINER BRACKET
/
MOUNTING
SCREW
COUNTER TOP MOUNTING
Al TEERNATE CABINET FRONT
FIGURE 14
MOUN TIMING
Lift the front
of the compactor
until
it is parallel
with
the cabinet
front.
Place
a screwdriver
or other
wedge
under
the front
edge
of the compactor.
14.
Loosen
the screws
to the front
levelers
(do not remove
screws).
Pivot
the levelers
to the floor
and retighten
screws.
See Figure
15.
FIGURE 15
15.
Replace
the drawer.
ADJUSTABLE
TOE PLATE
In some
installations,
the
toe
plate
may
rub
the
floor
covering.
If this
occurs,
the
toe plate
clearance
may be
changed
as follows:
1.
Determine
the amount
of interference
of the toe plate
with
the floor
covering.
2.
Remove
the drawer
from
the unrt. (Refer
to Step 3 of
the Installation
Instructions.)
3.
Lay drawer
so the front
panel
faces
upward.
Protect
the floor.
4.
With
a ruler
and a pencrl
or chalk,
draw
a line where
the toe plate
interferes
with
the.floor
covering.
5.
Use a pair of scrssors
and cut toe plate along this line.
See Figure
16.
6.
Replace
drawer
In unit
FIGURE 16
CHANGING
FRONT PANEL COLOR
During
installation,
or in the
future,
you
may
wish
to
change
the front
panel
color.
Your compactor
has an extra
panel,
which
offers
four
color
options.
See
detail
of
assembly
in Figure
17.
COLOR PANELS
DRAWER TRIM
FIGURE 17
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