IMPORTANT - Please read prior to installation
Thanks for purchasing a solid oak kitchen cabinet. Before you commence installation, please check the contents of this package to ensure that all necessary components are included. Please contact us immediately via email if any parts appear to be missing.
Please ensure that you assemble the goods in a clean, dry area, with plenty of space, and that you have the correct tools and equipment to hand. We recommend that you read the instructions in full before you commence assembly, and if necessary, run through the installation procedure without physically assembling any items before you begin. Only construct one cabinet at a time, and follow the installation stages in order, without modification. During installation, be careful to keep the relevant fittings for the current cabinet together. Do not over tighten screws, and ensure that any larger panels are laid flat and protected.
Clean the cabinets with a damp cloth, and if necessary a small amount of liquid soap, only. Do not use abrasives. We provide a full cleaning and aftercare guide on our website, please view this for further information.
Shelves can be mounted using the cam housing shown in the points marked [A] with dowels for additional support (marked [E] ). There are two allocated slots for shelves fitted with cam housing.
If additional shelves are required, they can be mounted with dowels.
Shelf position cannot be altered after cabinet assembly is completed.
The diagram above illustrates the allocated positioning of shelves.
Insert [A] and [E] as shown in the diagram below for both side panels (1)
Apply a small drop of glue to each dowel [E] before inserting.
Note: Fittings for shelves should be placed as required. Shelf (3) can only be placed in two locations, whereas shelf (4) can be fitted in any of the shelf locations. Please view the shelves section of this manual for more information.
Insert [B] as shown ensuring the arrow marking is pointing towards the outside edge for top and bottom panels (2)
Insert [B] as shown ensuring the arrow marking is pointing towards the outside edge for shelf panel (3)
Connect the top and base panel (2) to the side panel (1) using the fittings inserted during steps 1 and 2.
Repeat the process for all shelf panels (3) and (4)
Slide the back panel (5) between the grooves on the inside edge of panels (2)
It is advised that you run a small amount of glue along the grooves first.
Connect the opposite side panel (1) as shown then tighten all fittings [B] by turning in direction of arrow with a screwdriver.
Position each foot mount [H] towards the edge of the base panel at each corner. Ensure screw holes are not aligned over the panel join and that the overhand foot support is overlapping the side panel as shown below.
Drill 3mm pilot holes into the base panel through the four mounting holes in each foot mount. Now screw the four [C] screws supplied with each foot directly through the foot mount and into the base panel.
Attach the adjustable legs [I] to each foot mount and adjust to the appropriate height.
Cabinets should be joined between each set of hinge holes on the inside edge of the side panel as shown in the diagram. Mark 25mm as a guide on a 3mm diameter drill bit using masking tape. Drill between the hinge holes into the cabinet side panel (18mm) and 7mm into the next until you reach the marker. Join the two cabinets together using the 25mm screws provided [D]
When fixing the cabinet to the wall you must only use slotted angle brackets. A round head screw must be used to fix the bracket.
It is important that you use the slot that runs at perpendicular to the width (across and not parallel with the grain).
Secure plinth to plinth clip [J] using screw provided [C].
Clip each plinth clip onto the legs [I] at the front of the cabinet.
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