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Most come separated but if not separate the arm that holds to the door and door frame. Look to your installation manual or instructions to see the proper placement of unit to door. Depending on the door/frame you might want to pre-drill some holes for the screws after placing and marking the spots. Place the main piece back on an screw to the door. Mark out where to drill the arm to the frame of the door. Turn arm or use screws to adjust it to fit to the main unit without connecting it. On the bottom take the cap covering up the nut and turn it 30 - 45 degrees (or recomended by maker) with wrench HOLD it there until you connect the arm to the unit. Make sure that it connects properly. After screw the arm onto the unit and recover bottom with cap. Done!
If the door closes too swiftly, slams, or is hard to open then it needs to be adjusted by turning the S, L, or BC valves on the side.
S- how fast it swings from wall to 1-3" from door frame (hits you)
L- those 1-3" to the frame ( Slamming)
BC - controls how much force is needed to open the door

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