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Adjusting The Toe Plate - KitchenAid compactor Installation Instructions Manual

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Personal Injury Hazard
When moving
or lifting the
compactor,
use a glove to
protect
and cushion
your hand.
Failure to do so could
result in
personal
injury.
Floor Damage
Do not allow the rear frame of
the compactor
to touch the
floor when lifting or rolling.
Doing so could damage
floor
covering.
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tne compactor
close to its final position.
Plug the
power
cord into a properly
grounded
receptacle.
Freestanding
installation
Carefully
move it into its final
position.
Check that compactor
is still level
(See Step 7.) Go to
Step 11,
Undercounter
installation
Carefully
lift the front slightly and
roll it into the cabinet
opening
until the retaining
brackets
stop
the unit.
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Countertop
mounting
retaining
..'. bracket
ounting
rew
Cabinet
front mounting
10.
Undercounter
installation
Fasten the retaining
brackets
to
the underside
of the countertop
with the mounting
screws.
If brackets
cannot
be attached
to the underside
of countertop,
attach
mounting
clips to
brackets.
Fasten compactor
to
cabinet
front with mounting
screws through
mounting
clips.
11
. Grasp sides of
compactor
drawer
and place
bottom
of drawer
into tracks. Lift
at the handle
so the front of
drawer
will go over drawer stops
Close drawer.
Open drawer
and
check
if drawer
opens freely. If
the toe plate rubs against
floor,
see "Adjusting
the toe plate" for
further instructions.
12
. Read Use and Care
Adjusting
the
toe plate
If the toe plate rubs the floor
covering,
the toe plate
clearance
may be changed
as
follows:
1. Mark on each side of the toe
plate the amount
of toe plate
that rubs the floor covering.
2. Remove the drawer
from the
unit (Refer to Step 3 of the
Installation
Instructions.)
3. Place drawer
on a protective
covering,
cardboard,
etc., so
the front panel faces upward.
4. With a ruler and a pencil
or
chalk, draw a line between
the marks on each side of toe
plate.
5. Use scissors or utility knife to cut
toe plate along
line. (See
Figure 2.)
6. Replace
drawer
as explarned
in Step 1 1, If toe plate still rubs
floor covering,
repeat
Steps
l-6.
Figure
2
Guide
Operation
Instructions
to fully understand
your new
compactor.
Keep all literature
in a safe place
for future
reference
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