1. Use the wall bracket to mark where your mounting holes will be located. For a stud wall, locate you holes so that you will be drilling into a stud.
2. For wood stud walls, drill four, 5mm holes. For concrete walls, drill four, 10mm holes.
3a. For concrete walls, tap in four anchors. Then position the back rail and secure using the four lag screws.
3b. For stud walls, position the back rail and secure using the four lag screws.
4. Secure the two wall brackets to the back of the panel using the four 1/2” nuts that are provided. The slotted portion of the wall bracket should be positioned at the bottom of the panel
5. Hang the panel on the top rail of the wall mount. Ensure that both wall brackets hang inside of the wall mount stops that prevent the panel from sliding off of the end of the wall mount. Push the bottom of the panel against the mounting bracket until both sides lock in