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Hang Non-Water Dispensing Door Panels


Remove protective film from white product doors before hanging door panels.

1. Hang all door panels onto M8 studs and align the side bracket forks onto the refrigerator door.

  • Ensure the forks are positioned around the body of the side screws (M5 x 10 pan head Phillips screw).

2. Push the product until the door panels are flush.  Depending on your installation design this will be flush with your adjacent cabinetry or your framework. Place a ruler on the front of the product to check flushness top and bottom, left and right (refer to drawing below).

3. Ensure the gap between the top of the door panel and the top cabinetry is no greater than 1/4” (7mm). To reduce this gap, raise the product by turning all four adjustment nuts the same number of turns.

Failure to follow these steps can lead to difficulties in door panel adjustment and cosmetic cap fitment.
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4. Lock top panel side screw to allow opening the door without affecting adjustment. Hang Non Water Dis Door Panels #2.PNG

5. All door panels have full axis adjustment to ensure they are flush with adjacent walls. To adjust the height of each panel turn clockwise to raise stud or counter-clockwise to lower stud (refer to A).


6. Once satisfied with all door panels, secure M8 studs with M8 washer and M8 nut (refer to B). The top of the stud must remain below the top face of the door panel.

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7. Secure side bracket forks by tightening side screws (C).

Repeat this process for all door panels.

For depth adjustment loosen side screws x4, adjust panels and then retighten once satisfied

8. Loosely install locking bracket into the pocket on the underside of the door using a M8 stud (D). Slide the locking bracket out until it touches the back of the door panel.  Screw in place using a #8 x 16 screw through one of the three slotted holes. Fully tighten the M8 stud. 

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