Perlick Installation Manual

Perlick Installation Manual
Installation Manual
HP15
HP24
HP48
HH24
HC24
HA24
15” SIGNATURE SERIES
24” SIGNATURE SERIES
48” SIGNATURE SERIES
SIGNATURE SERIES SOTTILE
C-SERIES
ADA-COMPLIANT SERIES
Form No. Z2348-B
Rev. 11.10.2015
PERLICK RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATION MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warranty Information ..................................................................2
Door Information.............................................................................8
Safety Information..........................................................................4
Changing the Door Swing Direction..................................8
Plumbing, Electrical and General Information..............4
Handle Installation..........................................................................11
Installation Instructions...............................................................5
Door Lock Installation...................................................................11
Toe Kick Installation........................................................................7
Wood Overlay Installation..........................................................12
Shelving/Drawer Adjustments................................................8
Wine Rack Trim..................................................................................12
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations on your purchase of a Perlick high quality
residential refrigeration product. Perlick’s innovative
product offering gives you the opportunity to enjoy the
functionality and user friendliness in just about any room of
your home, including kitchens, bedrooms, entertainment
rooms, basements and even bathrooms.
All Perlick products are built with commercial grade
stainless steel, providing you with the beauty and durability
for a lifetime of use. This installation guide will show you
how to properly install your new perlick product.
We dedicate considerable time to ensure that our products
provide the highest level of customer satisfaction. If,
however, service is required, call Perlick at 800.558.5592.
For your own protection, never return merchandise for
credit without our approval.
We thank you again for selecting a high quality Perlick
product. We hope you enjoy using it.
Model Number: _________________________________
Serial Number: __________________________________
Purchase Date: __________________________________
Dealer Name/Address:
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Phone Number: _________________________________
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PERLICK RESIDENTIAL PRODUCTS WARRANTY
WARRANTY:
Perlick Corporation (“Perlick”) warrants to the original retail
purchaser that during the Basic Warranty Period, Perlick’s
products will be free from free from defects in material and
workmanship, and during the Extended Warranty Period,
the hermetically sealed refrigeration system contained in
Perlick’s undercounter refrigerator will be free from defects
in material and workmanship. This system consists entirely
of the compressor, condenser, drier, connecting tubing,
evaporator and hot gas bypass valve.
The Basic Warranty Period is as follows:
• For a new product or floor display model, other than
the H50IM Clear Ice Maker: The three (3) year period
commencing on the date of purchase by the original
retail purchaser, except that the Basic Warranty Period
will be the two (2) year period commencing on the
date of purchase by the original retail purchaser if the
purchase of the product is not registered with Perlick
within ninety (90) days of purchase in the manner
described below.
• For the H50IM Clear Ice Maker or a factory second (B-Stock)
product: The one (1) year period commencing on the
date of purchase by the original retail purchaser.
The Extended Warranty Period applies only to the
hermetically sealed refrigeration system contained
in Perlick’s undercounter refrigerators. The Extended
Warranty Period is the portion of the six (6) year period
commencing on the date of purchase by the original retail
purchaser that is not covered by the Basic Warranty Period.
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IMPORTANT!
Read and understand all information in this manual before attempting the installation. All
plumbing and electrical work must be performed by a qualified technician and conform to all
applicable state and local codes.
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REMEDY:
Perlick will provide the parts and labor necessary to repair
or replace (at Perlick’s option) any parts proven to be
defective in material or workmanship during the Basic
Warranty Period. Perlick will provide the replacement parts,
but not the labor, for any parts of the hermetically sealed
refrigeration system proven to be defective in materials
or workmanship during the Extended Warranty Period.
The cost of freight to ship the replacement parts will be
paid by Perlick. Replacement parts are warranted for the
remainder of the original warranty period, or ninety (90)
days, whichever is longer.
This Warranty does not apply to:
• Damage to Products occurring during transportation.
• Products that are used in a manner that is not normal
residential or light commercial use.
• Products that are: improperly installed; misused or
abused; operated with low voltage; wired in a manner
not conforming to electrical codes; not properly
operated in accordance with Perlick’s instructions; not
cleaned or maintained in accordance with Perlick’s
instructions; modified; or damaged by lightning or
other acts of nature.
• Consumable items such as light bulbs.
REGISTRATION:
• Cosmetic damage.
Your Perlick product can be registered via the online
Warranty Registration form at http://www.perlick.
com/residential-products/service-support/warrantyregistration/.
• Adjustments to controls, door reversal, cleaning the
condenser or other routine maintenance.
• Products for which the original proof of purchase,
delivery date or serial number cannot be verified.
OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
• Products for which the defective parts are not returned
for inspection if requested by Perlick.
This Warranty applies only to products installed in the fifty
states of the United States, the District of Columbia and the
ten provinces of Canada.
• Damage to other property caused by the products,
including but not limited to loss of food due to spoilage
and damage caused by water leakage.
To obtain the warranty coverage described in this Warranty,
Perlick or its authorized distributor or dealer must receive
written notice of the warranty claim within the applicable
warranty period. To receive parts and/or service and
the name and telephone number of the nearest Perlick
authorized service representative, please contact your
Perlick dealer or distributor, or Perlick’s Customer Service
Department by writing to it at Perlick Corporation, Attn:
Customer Service Department, 8300 West Good Hope
Road, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53223; or by calling Perlick’s
Customer Service Department at 800-558-5592; or by
e-mailing Perlick’s Customer Service Department at
warrantyserv@perlick.com. In addition, you can notify
Perlick of a warranty claim by visiting Perlick’s website at
http://www.perlick.com/residential-products/servicesupport/ and filling out and submitting the Technical
Service Request form that appears there.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE; PROVIDED
HOWEVER, THAT TO THE EXTENT REQUIRED BY LAW,
IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE INCLUDED BUT DO NOT EXTEND
BEYOND THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY FIRST
SET ABOVE.
All service provided by Perlick under this Warranty must be
performed by Perlick’s authorized service representatives,
unless otherwise specified by Perlick in writing. Service will
be provided during normal business hours.
This Warranty applies only to the original retail purchaser of
the Perlick product, and may not be assigned or transferred.
PERLICK’S SOLE LIABILITY AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE SET FORTH IN THE PARAGRAPH
ENTITLED “REMEDY” SET FORTH ABOVE.
PERLICK SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR
ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES
ARISING FROM THE SALE, USE OR INSTALLATION OF THE
PRODUCT OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSES WHATSOEVER,
WHETHER BASED ON WARRANTY (EXPRESS OR IMPLIED) OR
OTHERWISE BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER
THEORY OF LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT SHALL PERLICK’S
LIABILITY WITH RESPECT TO A PRODUCT EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitations and
exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights,
which vary from state to state.
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SAFETY
PLEASE READ all instructions completely before attempting
to install or operate the unit. Take particular note of the
DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION information in the
manual. The information is important for the safe and
efficient installation, operation and care of your Perlick unit.
DANGER
Indicates a hazard that WILL result in serious injury or
death if precautions are not followed.
WARNING
Indicates a hazard MAY cause serious injury or death if
precautions are not followed.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazard where minor injury or product
damage may occur if precautions are not followed.
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Carefully inspect cabinet for hidden damage. If damage is
discovered, file your claim immediately with the transport
company. Perlick is not responsible for damage in transit.
PLUMBING
No plumbing connections are required. Condensate from
the cooling coil is automatically evaporated through a
condensate pan located in the condensing section of the
unit.
ELECTRICAL
A 115 volt, 60 Hz, 15 amp circuit breaker and electrical
supply are required. A separate circuit is required for each
Perlick unit installed.
Follow the National Electrical Code and any local codes or
ordinances when installing the receptacle.
All Perlick units come equipped with a NEMA 5-15P 90° plug
with a 5’ cord extending beyond the rear of the cabinet.
The electrical outlet must be flush with, or recessed into,
the wall surface for all HP, HC and HA models.
HH (Sottile) models have a recess at the rear of the cabinet
to accomodate the plug and keep a true 18” depth. See
Figure 1 below for the cut-out in the back panel for the
electrical outlet location.
CAUTION When moving the unit, be sure
to protect finished flooring with
appropriate material to avoid damage from moving
the unit.
CAUTION Do not lift unit by drawer, shelving
or door handles, as damage to the
unit could occur if not moved as instructed.
WARNING To prevent personal injury, a
minimum of two people are
required to lift the unit. Larger units may require
additional personnel.
Before moving the unit, secure the door shut with tape
to prevent door from swinging open while being moved.
Carefully move unit to installation site and place in front of
opening.
CAUTION If unit has been laid on its back or
sides, place unit upright and allow
minimum of 24 hours before connecting power.
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Figure 1. HH (Sottile Model) Electrical Connections
CAUTION Do not attempt to operate the
equipment on any other power
source than that listed on the Electrical Specification
Plate attached to the unit.
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DANGER Serious
Electrocution
Hazard!
Electrical grounding is required.
This appliance is equipped with a 3-prong (grounding)
polarized plug for your protection against possible
shock hazards. Failure to comply with these electrical
guidelines may result in possible death or serious
injury, fire, or loss of property.
• Never remove the round grounding prong from the
plug.
• Never use a 2-prong adapter.
• Never use extension cord to connect power to the unit.
• If a 2-prong receptacle is encountered, or a longer power
cord is required, contact a qualified electrician to have it
replaced in accordance with applicable electrical codes.
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION
• All electrical instructions assume the outlet is located
4” - 10” above the floor surface.
NOTE: Anti-tip brackets are only used for stationary cabinets
and should not be installed on cabinets with accessory casters.
Caster kits are available for HP, HC and HA model cabinets.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the caster kit for proper
installation.
NOTE: If installing on a concrete floor, concrete fasteners are
required and not included with the anti-tip kit.
NOTE: Some installation sites may require modifications to
provide a secure surface for attaching the brackets.
A set of anti-tip brackets is supplied with the unit. These
brackets should be attached to the floor at the rear of the
unit. Each bracket must be located to engage the rear
glides when the cabinet is pushed back into position. Refer
to Figures 2A, 2B and 3 (shown below) for anti-tip bracket
mounting locations.
• Floor must be level in area of installation. Leg levelers
are used for fine-tune adjustment only and should not
be used to compensate for floor differences exceeding
1/2”.
22-1/32”
15/16”
3/16”
INSTALLATION
Unit may tip forward if loaded racks/shelves are all pulled
out at the same time. To prevent tipping, and to provide
stable installation, the unit must be secured in place with
the anti-tip brackets supplied with the unit. The anti-tip
brackets, when properly installed, should secure the rear
legs/glides to the mounting surface and prevent the unit
from tipping forward.
Figure 2B. 24” Anti-tip Kit
15/16”
13-1/32”
15/16”
3/16”
3/16”
Figure 2A. 15” Anti-tip Kit
22-1/32”
23-3/16”
3/16”
Figure 3. 48” Anti-tip Kit
1-3/4”
5/16”
1/2“ to hole
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PREPARING THE SPACE
CAUTION If the unit is to be installed under
a countertop, it is recommended
that the countertop be supported by a structure other
than the unit itself to prevent damage to the unit.
2). Check that the following are level and square:
• Front and interior opening
• Installation opening and floor surface
• Countertop bottom front edge
CAUTION Make sure the floor under the NOTE: The floor under the unit must be at the same level as the
unit is level with the surrounding
finished floor. Protect a finished floor with plywood,
cardboard, or some other suitable material before
moving the unit into place. Failure to do this may
result in damage to the floor.
surrounding finished floor.
1). Make sure the space opening is correctly sized for
the unit. See chart below for finished rough opening
requirements:
INSTALLING THE UNIT
1). Plug the unit into the 15 amp grounded electrical
outlet located within the installation opening. With power
applied to the unit, check that the lighting and cooling
functions operate properly. Turn off the power to the wall
outlet at the circuit breaker.
HP15 15” Signature Series
Height
Depth
Width
34-3/8” minimum,
35-1/2” maximum
24”
15”
Height
Depth
Width
34-3/8” minimum,
35-1/2” maximum
24”
24”
HP24 24” Signature Series
Height
Depth
Width
34-3/8” minimum,
35-1/2” maximum
24”
48”
HH24 Signature Series Sottile
Height
Depth
Width
32-1/2”
18”
24”
Height
Depth
Width
34-3/8” minimum,
35-1/2” maximum
24”
24”
HC24 24” C-Series
HA24 24” ADA-Compliant Series
Height
Depth
Width
32-1/2”
24”
24”
NOTE: For a cabinet door to open properly, the door must
open a minimum of 90°. Use a minimum 3” filler in corner
installations to assure a full 90° opening. Allow 25” clearance
in front of unit for full door swing and shelf/drawer pull out for
all units.
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countertop, do not place heavy
objects on countertop directly over unit.
2). With all surfaces in the installation opening square and
level, refer to Figure 4 on page 7 and perform the following
steps to level the unit:
• At the front of the opening, measure from the floor to
the bottom of the front edge of the countertop.
• Measure from the floor surface to the top of the unit at
the rear corners.
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CAUTION To prevent possible damage to the
• Adjust the unit legs so these two measurements are
equal. Using an adjustable wrench or pliers, turn legs
clockwise to lower the unit or counterclockwise to raise it.
NOTE: Legs should not extend more than 3/4” from the bottom
of the unit.
3). Slide the unit into position in the opening. Make sure
the rear leveling legs slide under the ant-tip brackets. Push
the unit into the opening until the bottom front edge of
the unit is flush with the surrounding cabinetry, or until the
rear legs are tight against the anti-tip brackets.
4). Shim the front of the unit so the front face is flush
with the surrounding cabinetry. Adjust the front legs to
support the countertop at the shimmed height. Using
an adjustable wrench or pliers, turn the legs clockwise to
lower the unit or counterclockwise to raise it. Countertop
should be resting on top of the unit.
NOTE: Countertop should be resting evenly on entire top of the
unit. Shim if necessary to prevent damage to the countertop.
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TOE PLATE INSTALLATION
Once the unit is secured in place, install the louvered toe
plate. Secure the plate by snapping the latch into the latch
catch on the unit (Figure 5).
CAUTION The toe plate must be removed to
service the unit. The floor cannot
interfere with removal, and the louvered sections
must not be covered or obstructed. Obstructions could
prevent proper air circulation, which may damage the
unit.
Measure front of opening
from floor surface to bottom
edge of countertop
Measure at both rear corners of
unit from floor surface to bottom
of countertop
Figure 4. Leveling the Unit
5). Check interior door openings to make sure the unit is
level and square. Install shelving and/or drawers. Place
the slide brackets squarely into the bracket grooves.
When installed properly, a “click” should be heard from the
slide bracket retaining tabs and the brackets should slide
smoothly. The retaining tabs will stop the shelf/drawer
when pulled out to full extension.
NOTE: To achieve maximum performance, interior louver
openings and fan guard openings should never be obstructed.
Latch
Strike
Latch
Figure 5. Toe Plate Installation
6). Turn on the power to the wall outlet at the circuit
breaker.
NOTE: Improper shelf/drawer installation may not actuate
slide mechanism.
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SHELVING/DRAWER ADJUSTMENTS
CAUTION Completely empty shelf or drawer
before removing.
1. Pull the shelf/drawer out to its furthest position. Locate
the tabs in the middle of both extenders. Lift one tab up
while pushing the opposite tab down, and pull shelf/
drawer out (Figure 6).
2. Position each bracket separately. Grasp the middle of
the bracket, pull the front end up and out, then forward
to remove it.
3. Place bracket at desired location. Push the bracket rear
hook into the rear mounting slot, then set front of the
bracket in the front slot.
4. Repeat for other brackets.
5. Push extenders completely into brackets. Align the
shelf/drawer grooves with the extenders and slide
completely into the unit.
DOOR OPTIONS
Perlick residential units offer a variety of door panel design
alternatives; solid stainless steel, solid wood overlay, glass
with stainless steel trim and glass with wood overlay trim.
Solid stainless steel and stainless steel glass doors are
shipped from the factory with decorative stainless steel
panels and handles in place on the unit. Solid wood overlay
and glass wood overlay doors are designed to accept a
decorative front panel to match surrounding cabinetry
and door handles.
NOTE: Wood overlay models are designed to accept wood
overlay panels from your cabinetry supplier. They do not
include a wood overlay. Templates are available on www.
perlick.com/residential-products. Click on Service & Support,
and then choose Wood Overlay Templates from the menu.
Take care in choosing the correct template for your specific
model. The handle is supplied by the customer.
All Perlick units (excluding beer dispenser and ice maker
models) accept any of the above door configurations and
are fully interchangeable. Glass door configurations are not
available on beer dispenser or ice maker models.
NOTE: Glass with stainless steel trim and glass with wood trim
may sweat in conditions with relative humidity over 75%.
Lift one tab on extender UP while
pushing tab on opposite extender DOWN
and pull out to remove.
CHANGING DOOR SWING DIRECTION
NOTE: Changing the door mount is not advisable if the door is
equipped with a custom wood overlay. Doing so may result in
an undesirable handle position.
To change the door swing direction, a hinge kit is required:
• Part No. 67439R - Right hinge kit
• Part No. 67439L - Left hinge kit
In addition to the hinge kit, the following tools are required:
• Large flat head screwdriver
To remove brackets,
remove shelf, lift front
of bracket to disengage
the front key slot, then
pull forward to disengage
the rear key slot.
• Regular Phillips head screwdriver
• Plastic putty knife
1). Support the door in the open position as shown in
Fig. 7 on page 9. Remove the hinge pin.
2.) Pull door to the side and then lower door.
3.) Remove top and bottom hinge brackets. Retain screws
for later use. See Fig. 8 on page 9.
Figure 5. Shelving/Drawer Adjustment
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4). Remove the hole plugs from the top and bottom hinge
bracket mounting holes (see Fig. 8 on page 9). Place the
plugs in the holes on the opposite side made vacant by
removing the hinges in step 3.
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5). Using the screws removed in step 3, install the top and
bottom hinge brackets from the kit (Fig. 9).
Hinge brackets
and mounting
screws
SUPPORT
Pull door to
the side then lower door
Remove hinge pin
Figure 7. Door Removal
Hinge brackets
and mounting
screws
Figure 9. Hinge Installation
Hole plugs
Hinge brackets
and mounting
screws
6). Remove the top and bottom door hinge brackets and
the push plunger brackets (Fig. 10). Retain the screws for
later use.
Hinge brackets
and mounting
screws
Hinge brackets
and mounting
screws
Figure 10. Door Brackets
Figure 8. Hinge Removal
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7). Remove the front panel from the door assembly by
removing the door gasket and then removing the overlay
mounting screws, 4 per side, from the perimeter of the
door assembly (Fig. 11). Rotate the front panel 180°. The
top becomes the bottom. Reattach using the same screws
and mounting holes and then reinstall the door gasket.
9). Insert the bearing into the door hinge bracket (Fig. 13).
10). Insert the V-block into the door bottom hinge bracket
and attach with the e-clip (Fig. 13). Note the orientation of
the V-block.
Front panel
Bearing in
door top hinge
bracket
Door bottom bracket
6°
Orientation
V-block
BOTTOM VIEW
Figure 13. Bearing and V-Block
Corner screws need not be
removed to remove front panel
11). Attach the top and bottom hinges and push plunger
using screws removed in step 6 (Fig. 14).
Figure 11. Removing Front Panel
8). Remove the Perlick nameplate from the door front
using a plastic putty knife (Fig. 12). Install the new Perlick
nameplate included in the kit.
Top hinge
and screws
Bottom hinge
and screws
Figure 14. Door Hinges
Nameplate
Figure 12. Nameplate
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12). Place the lower V-block into the lower cabinet hinge
with the notch parallel to the cabinet (Fig. 15).
HANDLE INSTALLATION
The handle mounting on the wood
CAUTION
overlay should be mounted on the
overlay only (not the actual door) to avoid damage to
the factory door.
1. Handle must be attached to the overlay before
mounting the overlay onto the door. Mark the rear of
the wood overlay panel with handle fastening locations.
2. Drill through the wood overlay panel at marked
locations, taking care not to damage the panel.
3. Countersink screw heads so that screw heads are flush
with the back side of the panel. Attach the handle to the
overlay panel.
Proper woodworking materials
and equipment should be used to
avoid damage or errors in workmanship.
CAUTION
V-block parallel
to cabinet
TOP VIEW
Figure 15. Installing V-Block
13). Lift the door assembly and insert the top pin into the
bearing. Move door toward cabinet and align the V-blocks
(Fig. 16).
DOOR LOCK INSTALLATION
NOTE: Full size lock installation wood overlay panel templates
are available on the Perlick website. Visit www.perlick.com/
Residential, click on Service & Support, and then choose
Wood Overlay Templates from the menu. Lock templates are
available for all HP, HC, HA and HH series models. Take care in
choosing the correct template for your specific model.
When installing to a wood overlay, perform the lock
installation before mounting the wood overlay to the
door!
1. See Figure 17 below. Attach mounting bracket to wood
overlay.
2. Insert lock body and attach with nut.
Mounting bracket
Nut
Lock strike
Lockwasher
Insert top pin
into bearing
Lock body
Screw
Lock bracket
Insert and tighten hinge pin
Figure 16. Installing Door
14). Insert and tighten the lower hinge pin to complete the
assembly.
Figure 17. Installing Door Lock
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WOOD OVERLAY INSTALLATION
(FOR -2, -4 AND -6 MODELS)
Before beginning installation, check all components for
proper fit and finish.
CAUTION For
best
performance
and
functionality, the overlay panels
should be 3/4” thick. The weight of the overlays should
not exceed 20 lbs for solid (-2) doors, 10 lbs for glass
(-4) doors, or 10 lbs for drawer (-6) models.
WINE RACK TRIM (OPTIONAL)
All wine reserve racks come with sleek stainless steel fronts.
Unfinished solid hardwood fronts are optional and can be
removed and replaced with other wood to match your
cabinetry. See Figure 18 and 19 for wine rack face details.
NOTE: The unfinished faces should be finished and sealed.
In many cases, stains and/or finishes have odors that
may be objectionable in an enclosed area. Do not stain
or finish wood faces while installed on unit. To remove
1. With the unit secured in position, open the door, remove the front wood face from the wine shelf, simply pull out
the door gasket and make sure panel pre-drilled holes the wine shelf and remove the fasteners, finish as desired,
and when completely dry, reinstall with fasteners.
align with door frame holes.
2. Loosely attach four corners of overlay panel to the door
using #10 x 3/4” wood screws, installed through the
door frame from the rear.
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3. Check for overall wood overlay panel fit, position, and
function. Make minor adjustments as necessary. When
panel is properly aligned, tighten mounting screws
securely. Install the rest of the mounting screws and
tighten securely.
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CAUTION Do not overtighten wood overlay
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attachment screws, as this may
damage the factory supplied door frame.
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Figure 18. Wine Rack Trim, 15” models
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Figure 19. Wine Rack Trim, 24” models
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