WALL SCRIBE STRIP INSTALLATION To scribe a strip to the wall, place one edge on the cabinet and the other edge against the wall. Now take a pair of dividers and adjust them to the widest opening between the edge of the strip and the wall surface. When this measurement has been obtained, start at the top of the strip with one point of the dividers against the wall and the other point held against the surface of the strip, and move the dividers the entire length of the strip (Figure 21).
The wall profile will then be scribed on the strip. Using the sheet metal shears (for steel) or hand saw (for wood) cut the strip along the scribed line. The strip will then fit smoothly againt the wall surface. Attach the strip to the cabinet as previously described for Flush or Overlapping Fillers. INSTALLATION OF KNEE SPACE PANELS (WOOD) Knee space panels are used to close an opening between aprons, between units or units and wall cleats as shown in Figure 22. Secure to the base unit end with a #9 1-1/4” flat head wood screw. Next set knee space panel in position against the cleats and attach with #6 1-1/4” round head wood screw (Figure 23).
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