Wine Cabinet Set Up Instructions
Step 1: LEVELING INSTRUCTIONS
The first step in setting up your wine cabinet is to make sure that it is level, with all the leveling feet squarely on the floor and with the doors properly sealed against the cabinet. The wine cabinet can be leveled by turning the leveling feet underneath the cabinet. You can extend the feet of the cabinet by turning the feet CLOCKWISE (assuming you are looking down from the top of the cabinet.)
Proper door alignment is vitally important to create and maintain an airtight seal inside the cabinet. In addition, air leaks caused by improper door alignment will compromise the environment inside the cabinet, and may create condensation along the door panels which eventually will lead to warping of the door. Follow the instructions below to properly adjust your door(s).
After leveling the cabinet, the doors must be aligned so that they are even with each other, square with the cabinet and properly sealed against the cabinet. Air leaks caused by improper door alignment will compromise the environment inside the cabinet, and may create condensation which, left untreated, will cause warping of the door. Follow the instructions below to properly align your door(s).
For European Country and Mission wine cabinets, the moldings are shipped in a separate box. To attach the moldings, do the following:
TOP AND BASE MOLDING ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
For European Country credenzas, the crown and base molding is shipped in a separate box. To attach the molding, do the following:
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