- Lay out the desired position of the radiator on the wall. Determine the locations of solid wall members (wall studs, bracing, etc.). Mark the positions for the wall mounting brackets (A), noting that each bracket should fit in the center of the space between adjacent radiator tubes. Fasten all part A wall brackets securely to the wall using appropriate mounting fasteners (by others). Note: All of the brackets supplied should be used, half as top supports and half as bottom supports.
- Rotate part C at a 90° angle to part B, and insert part C between two adjacent rear tubes of the radiator so that the bracket assembly B-C will line up with it's corresponding slot on part A.
- Rotate part C back 90° in the opposite direction, so that the bracket assembly B-C "captures" the two adjacent rear tubes of the radiator (see Figure #2).
- Tighten the screw on part C (see Figure #3), so that the bracket assembly B-C tightly clamps the radiator's rear tubes. Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4 for all remaining bracket assemblies.
- Mount the radiator to the wall by placing parts B into the mounting slots of Parts A, Check to make sure that the radiator tilts at least 1/16" per foot towards the condensate return. If necessary, loosen all parts C slightly and adjust the radiator to get the proper radiator tilt.