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Phillips screwdriver, pointy nose pliers (optional), roller wheel (optional), bolt cutters or hacksaw, marker pen, Stanley knife or blade, tape measure.

Step 1.

Using pointy nose pliers, remove spline cord from bottom corner of security door below handle, taking out approximately 500mm in both directions from corner. Peel back insect screening to give clear access to grille.

Step 2.

Using tape, measure 300mm in height and 250mm in width from innermost edge of door frame. Mark with marker pen.
(Refer Figure 1.)

Step 3.

Using bolt cutters or hacksaw, cut outside marked cutting line. Remove grille. Note: Any rivets may have to be removed by drilling out. Fit PVC channel (provided) over cut grille edge. Undo two screws to disassemble packaged PETWAY® pet door. Remove bag containing screws and set aside.

Step 4.

While holding outer frame against grille, place inner frame of PETWAY® pet door in position ensuring spline channel in security door frame is exposed. Using a Phillips screwdriver, tighten the two bottom screws provided. This will hold pet door frames in position. Do not over tighten screws. Gently spread the top section of frames apart and insert the flap with the word PETWAY® facing outside. Ensure the pet door stays aligned with the security door frame and does not cover security door frame spline channel. (Refer Figure 2.) Fit and tighten remaining screws. Do not over tighten screws.

Step 5.

Allow insect screening to drape back down, roll spline cord back into its original position. Using a sharp blade, cut the insect screening as shown, running the blade between the pet door flap and the frame.
(Refer Figure 2.) (Note: See back of brochure for photograph of installed unit)

Step 6.

Starting at the top corner, pre-crease insect screening into the channel, then run the spline cord (provided) into the pet door spline channel. Using a sharp blade, trim off any excess spline cord and insect screening.

Step 7.

Assembly is now complete. The raised rectangle pieces below the flap are sliding lock clips which are provided to keep your pet in or out.
(Refer Figure 3.)


WARNING: The Petway® pet door may increase risk of theft or damage by an intruder or unwanted animal. The product is not to be fitted on any doors leading to an unfenced swimming pool. PETWAY® Access Doors and their agents will not be liable for any loss or damage caused by fitting and using their product.

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