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Text excerpt from page 19 (click to view)
Inserting the Shelf and Tray
The shelf has two guide rails on the right and left sides. These must always be facing downwards. Inserting the shelf Insert the shelf so that the two guide rails face downwards. Insert the shelf on the oven shelf runner rails so that the two holes engage in the retaining bolts of the oven shelf runner rails. Inserting the baking tray / universal tray Insert the trays so that the anti-tip device faces to the rear. Insert the trays on the oven shelf runner rails so that the two holes engage in the front retaining bolts of the oven shelf runner rails.
Inserting the shelf and tray When using the shelf and universal tray together, place the shelf exactly in the recesses of the tray.
To make it easier to position slide-in units if the rails have been pulled out differently, place the slide-in unit on the rails at the back, push it in as far as it will go and then lower it into the retaining bolts at the front.