Step 1 - Drilling drawer fronts
Drill 1 or 2mm pilot holes into the reverse of your drawer fronts, as shown in the diagrams below. These holes should be approximately 13mm deep. Note: You can click on the images to enlarge them.
Step 2 - Fitting drawer front brackets and rods
Once you have drilled your pilot holes you can fix the brackets as shown in the images below.
Pan drawers will need a further hole drilling to take the support rods. Using a 10mm drill bit, drill another hole a maximum of 13mm deep.
Insert the end of the support rod into the hole and straighten it out to expand the rod end in place.
You can then snap the other end of the rod into the back of the drawer as shown above.
The drawer front can now be adjusted by twisted the rods in either direction.
Step 3 - Fitting and removing the drawer fronts
Now you have the brackets fixed to the drawer fronts you can connect them to the drawer boxes. Simply line up the drawer brackets with the drawer box as shown below and push to clip in.
You can also remove the drawer front if needs be by inserting a Phillips screwdriver into the release mechanism and turning towards the back of the drawer box as shown below.
Step 4 - Removing drawer boxes from the runners
Fully extend the drawer runners. Lift the front of the drawer box and the drawer box will click and detach from runners. See images below.
Step 5 - Fitting drawer boxes onto the runners
Fully extend the drawer runners. Place the drawer box onto the runners as shown below. Slide the drawer box back square on the runners and the box will click into place.
Step 6 - Fitting cover caps
Place and clip back on as shown below. To remove use a flat head screwdriver and gently remove.
Step 7 - Adjusting drawer front
A - Horizontal Adjustment
B - Drawer front removal
C - Vertical Adjustment
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