Fun Bouncer 12ft Round Trampoline

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Instructions
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SITING YOUR TRAMPOLINE
Your trampoline works best and is safest if it is dead level. If your trampoline is fitted with a
safety enclosure then potential hazards within 2 metres of the trampoline like paving stones,
fences, pools, tree trunks and buildings will not be critical. Without a safety enclosure it is vital
to keep clear 2 metres of lawn space all round the trampoline.
Always ensure that the area above the trampoline is clear of overhead cable and branches.
Even if the cables and branches are way up high, birds will roost on them and use your
trampoline for target practice.
Garden trampolines are designed to stand on a lawn. If they are on concrete or gravel the
underside of the leg bases will wear away quite quickly. If you are planning to site your
Trampoline on concrete or on a patio you should fix floor guards to your Trampoline legs.
If you need to level your trampoline try and raise one side by the same distance that you sink
the other. That way you still have sufficient clearance beneath the trampoline to prevent larger
and more energetic bouncers bottoming out and hitting the ground. Unless the slope is very
slight just blocking up the lower legs will not work well as the trampoline will tend to move
down the slope and fall off the blocks. It is better to create a groove for the uphill legs to rest
in or alternatively ground anchor them so they cannot creep down hill. A quick and simple way
to check that your trampoline is level is to take off a spring and see if it will roll downhill on
the trampoline bed.
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Part Image
Description
10ft
12ft
14ft
Top Rails
4
4
4
Top Rails with Stubs
4
4
4
Leg Bases
4
4
4
Leg Extensions
8
8
8
8.5”/7” Elongated
Springs
72(7inch)
80(8.5”)
96(8.5”)
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1
1
1
1
1
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12
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Polymesh Bed
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Frame Pads
165mm Standard Toggle
Loops
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Lay frame parts out as shown on a reasonably level
area of lawn. Note alternate positioning of TOP RAILS
WITH STUBS and TOP RAILS WITHOUT STUBS
TOP RAIL
WITH STUBS
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Assemble trampoline legs by sliding
LEG UPRIGHTS onto LEG BASES.
Repeat until you have four complete
assemblies.
Slot a TOP RAIL WITH STUBS
between two leg assemblies
as per the diagram below.
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Move around the frame and
attach a further leg assembly
with another TOP RAIL WITH
STUBS.
Continue around the frame,
adding TOP RAILS WITH
STUBS to the assemblies. Fill
the gaps with a TOP RAIL
WITHOUT STUB.
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Finally add the remaining TOP RAIL WITHOUT STUBS to complete the
trampoline frame.
This may require some effort to fit but this tension in the frame is needed
to prevent the leg assemblies from dropping off when the trampoline is
moved.
TIP: Stand inside the part assembled frame and push outwards on frame
when fitting the TOP RAILS WITHOUT STUBS.
Unfold the black polymesh
bed on the ground inside the
completed trampoline frame
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Reference
Number
Part Image
Description
Amount
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Bottom Pole with Foam and Base Cap
8
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Top Pole with Foam and Top Cap
8
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Eye bolts with dome nut
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Pressed Steel pole clamps
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Quick release clamp fastener
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Black rubber spacers
16
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Bungy with 'Q' hooks
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Enclosure net
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8
f)
Before fitting any springs, note that the extended hook on each spring fits into
the frame and the smaller hook fits into the triangular anchor on the bed.
Fit one spring into the slot just to the right hand side of a top rail joiner then
attach the spring to the bed on the inside of the frame
Then work your way round the frame and attach a spring immediately to the
right of each top rail joiner and to the appropriate triangle on the bed(if you
don’t have an enclosure attach all springs as instructed and go to page 13 &
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Then lay out the ESN Net onto the trampoline and attach a the 8 points
making sure that the plastic bungee holders on the net are lined up with the T
sections THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT OVERWISE YOU WILL TWIST THE NET
Fill in the gaps by attaching springs midway between each of those already
fitted spring including counting the net holes.
Repeat until all of the springs and net are attached
g)
This will leave the attached net lying on to the bed (mat).
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
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(b)
(c)
To fit the frame pads, lay them upside down upon the
trampoline with the eyelets upwards. Thread the toggle
loop though the eyelets as illustrated in diagrams (b). Turn
the pads over and fasten the toggle loop as illustrated in
diagrams (c).
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Fit two pole clamps with quicktightening fasteners to each of the 8
trampoline legs using the spacers to
separate the leg and the enclosure pole.
Fit one bottom pole (no black top cap)
to each of the 8 trampoline legs. Make
sure the quick release fastener is
towards the inside of the leg, and then
hands tighten the knurled nut until the
threaded bolt appears through the end
of the nut. At this point operate the
lever of the quick-tighten fastener to
tighten the clamp fitting. Loosen or
tighten the knurled nut to fine tune
tightness.
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Using the 16 x Bungy Loops with 'Q' hooks, attach the
netting to the pole. The middle cables can be tensioned
and attached whilst standing on the ground. To attach the
top Bungy Loops, remove your footwear and go through
the trampoline door or under the low hanging net into the
middle of the trampoline from there attach the remaining
bungy loops to the top of the poles using the eye bolts.
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Please attach the caution notice provided in the instruction pack to
the trampoline with the cable ties provided
It is important that this notice is fixed where it can be seen by users
before they get on to the trampoline
Caution
Read the instructions before use
The trampoline should be sited on a clear and level grass surface
Only one user at one time
Misuse and abuse can cause serious injury
Inspect trampoline before use and replace any worn, defective or missing parts
Always jump in the middle of the trampoline
Do not attempt somersaults or advanced moves without qualified supervision
Always use trampoline with pad and enclosure on
Do not bounce off trampoline onto the ground or any other objects
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Flat Steps
Suspension Brackets
Long Tubes
Bottom Short Tube
Please make sure you have all the parts before
continuing and ensure each step has the wording of
the rungs facing upwards.
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STEP 1: lets first do the assembly of the upper rung. Get the two long tubes
through one step, then put one screw on each long tube, direction must be
shown:
When you push the screw upwards you can see there is one female circle on
the up half of the tube, locate the screw there and when you hear a silvery
sound, it means you put the screw in the right position.
STEP 2: Get the rung closer to the screw and make the two screws go
into the rungs. When doing this, you must ensure keeping the screw in
the right position. Just press the steps or turn the screw very slightly.
Then repeat this for other rung.
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STEP 3: get the other rung on the longer tubes, when doing this you must
ensure this is parallel and same direction as shown.
STEP 4: Take the shorter end tube, press the clips on it to fix the
onto the longer tubes. Then you will have assembled a perfect
ladder. Just place your ladder hooks under the pad on your
fame. You can no climb your ladder to your trampoline!
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IMPORTANT Please keep
your proof of purchase it
will be needed to make
a claim
* Ladder - 1 year guarantee
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