2. Attaching alternative anti-tilt
Important note:
If the anti-tilt brackets cannot be securely attached,
a wooden beam can be used above the appliance as
an alternative anti-tilt device. Care should be taken that
there is not a gap between the appliance and the
wooden beam. As far as possible, always screw the
wooden plank to the rear wall of the niche.
1. Cut the wooden plank to the required length (cross
section min. 8 x 10 cm). The length should
correspond to the width of the installation niche!
If the installation niche is deeper than the
appliance, select a stronger beam or use two,
one behind the other.
The plank must overlap the appliance by at least
50 mm.
2. Mark the installation height (underside edge of the
plank) on the rear wall of the niche.
3. Select the screws according to the thickness of the
wooden plank: Length min. 2.5 x wood thickness,
diameter 12 or 14 mm.
Select the number of screws corresponding to the
niche width so that you ensure that the plank can
be securely mounted.
According to the subsurface:
4. Look for the supports on the rear wall of the niche
and mark the drill holes on the plank
corresponding to the position of the support.
5. Fasten suitable dowel into the rear wall.
6. Pre-drill.
7. Screw the plank onto the rear wall of the niche.
3. Attaching the edge protectors
To protect the edges of the installation cavity, it is
recommended to attach edge protection made of
asuitable material.
Attach the edge protection with the adhesive tape which
was used to attach the accessories to the appliance.
4. Attaching the fastening sheet
Attach the fastening sheet (lateral) to the appliance.
These are special installation steps.
Instructions are provided after
section D.
Exchanging the door stops see
“Changing over the door hinges”.
Side-by-Side set up see “Side-by-
Side set up”.
Water connection see “Preparing the
water connection”.
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