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Installation Method

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Now choose which installation method (A) OR (B) is more suitable for your cabinetry...

Now choose which installation method (A) OR (B) is more suitable for your cabinetry...

1a. Attach Side Mounting Bracket

Clip all four side mounting brackets into their slots using a flat-bladed screwdriver. Ensure they're securely fitted before sliding product into cavity.

The mounting slots are in pairs, one on each side diagonally across the product. A bracket must match A slot and B bracket must match B slot.

2a. Integrated Models with Remote (NZ AU) Only - Attach Venting Hose

Check that the fitted elbow is rotated left or right (depending on the direction of the routing), then ensure the venting hose is securely attached to it.

3a. Pull Through Hoses & Move into the Cavity

As you push product in, pull through hoses and cord, ensuring they don’t get kinked or twisted.

Ensure correct chassis position. In order for product to function, cabinetry must not block the drawer front from closing hard against the chassis.

If product cannot be pushed in far enough, pull out again and rearrange hoses and cord. Do not use excessive force, as doing so may squash the hoses and lead to incorrect operation.

 4a. Secure the Drawer

Open the drawer halfway.
Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, prise the grey rubber plug out of the trim moulding.

Using a small Philips screwdriver, screw through the trim moulding, securing the side mounting bracket to the cabinetry. Do not damage the rubber trimseal.

Repeat for all four brackets.

 

5a. Integrated Models with Remote (NZ AU) Only - Secure the External Vent

After routing the vent hose through and out the hole cutout, attach and secure the vent by tightening the four screws provided.

Alternative Method (b) - Secure by Drawer Removal

1b.Integrated Models with Remote (NZ AU) Only - Attach Venting Hose

Check that the fitted elbow is rotated left or right (depending on the direction of the routing), then ensure the venting hose is securely attached to it.

2b. Pull Through Hoses & Move into the Cavity

As you push product in, pull through hoses and cord, ensuring they don't get kinked or twisted.

Ensure correct chassis position. In order for product to function, cabinetry must not block the drawer front from closing hard against the chassis.

If product cannot be pushed in far enough, pull out again and rearrange hoses and cord. Do not use excessive force, as doing so may squash the hoses and lead to incorrect operation.

3b. Remove the Drawer

Product may move. Mark chassis position on cavity

Press the release tabs in on either side and push back the release drawer from runners

To prevent kinked hoses, we recommend rotating the drawer anti-clockwise and resting it on its side after removal.

Push drawer runners back in.

4b. Secure the Drawer to the Cabinetry

The product has three pairs of fixing points:

5b. Refit the Drawer onto the Runners

6b. Integrated Models with Remote (NZ AU) Only - Secure the External Vent

After routing the vent hose through and out the hole cutout, attach and secure the vent by tightening the four screws provided.