If you are having trouble with a front network cabinet door slanting downward or upward, you might have a hole alignment issue between the top and the bottom panel.
The front door’s hinge/pins sit in holes on the top and bottom panel (see yellow arrows):
It is important to establish a good front door hole alignment between the top and bottom panel to ensure your front door’s rotational axis is perpendicular to the panels:
When the top hole is too far left from the bottom hole, you will experience the front door slanting downward:
Similarly, when the top hole is too far right from the bottom hole, you will experience the front door slanting upward:
To determine whether you should be adjusting the top or bottom panel, you should first identify where your biggest gaps are, as shown in the red arrows:
Use the following chart to determine if you should loosen and shift the top or bottom panel.
We recommend lying the cabinet on its back panel before
loosening any screws.
To loosen and shift the top or bottom panel, revisit step 1 or step 2 of the manual, or loosen the 8 M8 Hexagon Screws and 8 M8 Flange Nuts shown below:
Following these steps should help correct the slanted cabinet door problem.
If you have further issues or questions, please contact NavePoint’s customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org
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