Moving/Adjusting Drawer Dividers
Drawers consist of fixed longitudinal dividers and moveable transversal dividers that allow adjustment on
2-inch centers from front to rear. To move a divider, grasp each side of the divider at the top and pull
upward until free. Select the desired position and insert divider into slots on drawer. Be sure divider is
inserted into slots directly across from each other. Twelve-inch drawers consist of multiple slots for
maximum retention of divider. Ensure divider is engaged in all the slots at the chosen location and is
seated completely on the drawer bottom surface.
Repositioning Drawers (FPU-12 Parts only)
1. Fully extend and lock the drawer in open position (If drawer will not stay in the open position this task
will require two people. One person will hold the drawer in the extended position, and the other will
perform the drawer removal task).
2. Remove all stored material from drawer.
3. Remove eight 1/4-inch screws located in the bottom of the drawer at either side.
8 SCREWS/HOLES PER DRAWER FOR
ATTACHING DRAWER TO DRAWER
The drawers are heavy and awkward to handle by a single person. The adjustment of
these items requires two or more persons to move or install. To further lessen risk of
injury, lift with the legs, not the back.
4. Lift drawer from slide ledges.
If a screw is lost or damaged beyond use, obtain a replacement. Do not install with less
than the proper number of screws or equipment damage may occur.
5. Remove four 5/16-inch diameter Allen head bolts, using 3/16-inch Allen socket and 3/8-inch ratchet
with extension, from the slide ledge and vertical rack frame at each point.
6. Slide ledges are retained on the vertical rack frame by four bayonet tabs protruding into the windows
of the vertical rack frame. This requires the ledge to be loosened from the vertical rack frame. While