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1. Attaching the anti-tilt brackets
to the wall
ãWarning:
Ensure that in the wall area there are no
electrical wires or pipes which could be
damaged by pipes. Risk of injury or damage!
ãWarning:
When installing or working with floor anchors
always use protective glasses and other
protective equipment or protective clothing –
risk of injury!
Notes:
Each appliance requires 2 anti-tilt brackets.
The set supplied, contains fastening screws for
various subsurfaces. Select the fastening screws
corresponding to the local conditions.
If the anti-tilt brackets, and therefore the appliance,
cannot be securely attached with the supplied
fastening screws, another suitable method must be
used to attach the appliance securely.
If a Side-by-Side set up of two appliances is
envisaged, the anti-tilt brackets are needed as
installation aid. Connect the appliances before the
anti-tilt brackets are fixed to the wall, see “Side-by-
Side set up”.
The anti-tilt brackets (a) must overlap the appliance by at
least 105 mm to ensure that the appliance is stable.
If the minimum overlap cannot be observed due to
structural conditions, these can be overcome by the
attachment of a suitable device, e.g. an adequately
dimensioned beam (b) behind the brackets.
The length of the plank should correspond to the width
of the installation niche!
1. Determine the fastening points of the anti-tilt ribs.
Determine the actual dimensions according to the
section “Dimensions of the installation niche”.
2. Screw on the anti-tilt brackets tightly. Re-examine to
make sure that the screws are firmly tightened.
Important information concerning attachment with
wall plugs and screws:
Not suitable for use in light-weight masonry such as
hollow blocks or tiles!
Never use in fresh concrete which has not yet
hardened.
Do not use spiral-flute counterbores
(countersinking tool) to drill the holes.
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