10ft sportspower quad lok trampoline

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10FT SPORTSPOWER QUAD LOK TRAMPOLINE
WITH SKYRING ENCLOSURE
Assembly, Installation, Care, Maintenance, and User Instructions
Assembly Size: Φ305 x 255cm
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DO NOT attempt somersaults or flips. Paralysis or death can result if you land on your head or neck!
No more than one person on the trampoline at a time. Multiple users increase the risk of injury.
Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable supervision.
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These instructions are important to minimize chances of injury. Please read each of them
thoroughly before you assemble and use this trampoline. Retain this manual for future reference.
Maximum weight of the user shall NOT exceed 220lbs/100kg for this product.
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This product is designed for children ages above 6 years.
Not suitable for children under 3 years old. Small parts. Choking hazard.
Estimated assembly time: 2 adults, 2 hours.
Domestic and outdoor use only.
Adult supervision required.
DO NOT RETURN PRODUCT TO THE STORE. FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT
PARTS, PLEASE CALL (+44) 01702 208182 or VISIT www.sportspowerfit4kids.com
For Customer Service, please call (+44) 01702 208182 or visit www.sportspowerfit4kids.com
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Sportspower Ltd.
Flat M, Kaiser Estate Phase 3, 11 Hok Yuen Street, Hunghom, Kowloon, Hong Kong 
Corporate Office: us toll free 1-800-497-6106
NO SOMERSAULTS OR FLIPS –
PARALYSIS OR DEATH can result if you
land on your head or neck!
Do not use if in a
cast or have
previous leg, arm,
head, neck or
back injury.
Do not allow
children less than
three (3) years of
age to use.
No more than ONE user at a time
(maximum weight - 220 lbs/100 kg).
Remove all hard
or sharp objects
including jewelry,
eyeglasses,
sunglasses or
hairclips before
jumping.
Do not use
without the
consent of your
physician, if
pregnant.
Daily Pre-Inspection:
>Inspect legs for proper
attachment or cracks
>Inspect netting for tears
and sagging
>Inspect for loose or
damaged springs
>Inspect mat for tears or
worn stitching
>Inspect frame for sagging
or cracks
Inspect prior to use – check that the legs are properly attached and stable on the ground; no loose
springs; mat and enclosure net are in proper place and in good condition with no tears.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing a Sportspower product! This trampoline was designed and manufactured
with quality materials and craftsmanship, providing fun and exercise in the enjoyment of your own backyard.
It is very important that the owners and users of this trampoline have adequate knowledge of
techniques and rules for proper use. In particular, children must be supervised at all times by a knowledgeable
and mature adult while using the trampoline. Take precautions to prevent access to the trampoline by children
when there is no adult supervision. Also restrict access to any unauthorized users without your consent.
Carefully read and understand all of the instructions and warnings in the User Manual before
assembling and using this product. It is the responsibility of the owner of this trampoline to ensure that all users
of this product are fully informed on the proper use and the inherent risks of jumping on a trampoline. Failure
to do so can result in serious injury or death. In particular, under no circumstances should you attempt or allow
flips, somersaults or any similar conduct. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat. Also, do not allow more than one person on the trampoline
under any circumstances. Use by more than one person at the same time increases the chance of injury.
To reduce risks associated with users falling off the trampoline, enclosure netting must be properly
installed and used at all times. The trampoline enclosure must be closed during use to prevent the user from
falling off the trampoline. Your trampoline enclosure netting is manufactured with UV resistant material.
Despite this, exposure to harsh elements (sunlight, wind, moisture, animals, etc) will weaken the netting. The
netting and mat must be inspected prior to every use and maintained regularly as detailed in this User’s
Manual.
Please also ensure proper placement of this product to avoid injuries. It is essential that the intended
site for this trampoline is completely flat and level. If the ground is uneven, this could cause movement in the
frame and stress on the joined sections of the frame that could damage the trampoline and/or can cause
serious injury. Do not position this trampoline on hard surface such as concrete, tarmac or paving. Suitable
surfaces include flat dirt or grass, sand or play area covered with an appropriate depth of play bark material,
with no obstructions above, below or near the product.
The product must not be used in windy conditions as wind can cause unexpected movement of the
product. Wind can cause the trampoline to be lifted off the ground and become airborne. This can present a
danger to individuals and to property. Winds can be especially strong in open areas, foothills, mountains,
locations subject to hurricanes and tornadoes, areas between homes that create wind tunnels and anywhere
else where local weather conditions can create high winds. We recommend that you anchor the trampoline or
otherwise secure the trampoline to prevent it from moving as a result of the wind. One possible way to anchor
the trampoline is to secure the trampoline to a concrete footing under each leg. We recommend consulting a
local licensed contractor to best determine how the anchor system should be constructed for your specific
conditions. The licensed contractor can also advise you of other options such as below ground installation.
Even with anchors, a trampoline can be lifted, just like anything else, by strong winds. If the winds are
anticipated to be very strong, the trampoline should be disassembled and stored away safely until the weather
conditions improve. Damage from the wind or other severe weather is not covered by the manufacturer’s
warranty. Because the manufacturer warranty does not cover wind or weather related damage and damage
can be caused to your property or the property of others by a windblown trampoline, it is strongly advised that
you provide site specific anchoring through a licensed local contractor.
Only genuine Sportspower replacement parts sold through our authorized dealer are recommended.
Replacement parts from other sources may not have been designed, tested or manufactured to Sportspower
standards. Because of this, Sportspower cannot guarantee the performance and safety of the product when
non genuine replacement parts are used. The use of non-genuine Sportspower replacement parts may affect
any warranty claim on the product, as allowed by the law in your jurisdiction.
DO NOT RETURN PRODUCT TO THE STORE. FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT PARTS,
PLEASE CALL (+44) 01702 208182 or VISIT www.sportspowerfit4kids.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Before you start to assemble….................................................................................................................1
Before using the product… .......................................................................................................................1
Important Warnings ..................................................................................................................................2
Important Instructions for Enclosure Netting and Mat ...............................................................................6
Trampoline and Enclosure Parts List ........................................................................................................8
Assembly and Installation Instructions ....................................................................................................10
Trampoline Frame Assembly ..............................................................................................................11
Trampoline Mat Assembly ...................................................................................................................16
Frame Pad Assembly ..........................................................................................................................22
Trampoline Enclosure Assembly .........................................................................................................24
Disassembly of the Trampoline and Enclosure....................................................................................32
Moving the Trampoline and Enclosure ................................................................................................32
Care and Maintenance ...........................................................................................................................33
Proper Use Instructions ..........................................................................................................................34
Learning the fundamental trampoline skills .........................................................................................36
Product Warranty....................................................................................................................................38
BEFORE STARTING…
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Carefully read and understand all of the instructions and warnings in this manual before
assembling and using this product. It is the responsibility of the owner of this trampoline to
ensure that all users of this product are fully informed on the proper use and the inherent
risks of jumping on a trampoline. Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death.
Before you start to assemble…
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Check the package and make sure you have all of the parts listed in the Parts List section of this user
manual. IF ANY PARTS ARE MISSING, please call the Customer Service toll-free number listed on the
cover page for assistance.
Do not install or use the product if any parts are missing or damaged. Store in a safe place until ready to
install.
Make sure that you have plenty of space and a clean dry area suitable for the assembly of this trampoline.
IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE INTENDED SITE FOR THIS TRAMPOLINE IS COMPLETELY FLAT AND
LEVEL. If the ground is uneven, this could cause movement in the frame and stress on the joined
sections of the frame that could damage the trampoline and/or can cause serious injury.
Two adults are needed to assemble this trampoline.
Heavy gloves must be used to protect your hands from pinch points during assembly and goggles must
be worn to avoid injuries to the eyes.
Never modify the construction or the design of the product. Do not use any unauthorized Sportspower
parts with this trampoline.
This pack may contain small parts and is not suitable for children under three (3) years of age to be
nearby during assembly. Small parts. Choking hazard.
IMPORTANT: Save this manual for future reference.
Before using the product…
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Use of this trampoline requires constant adult supervision. Use the trampoline only with mature and
knowledgeable ADULT supervision.
Ensure that the trampoline enclosure has been assembled correctly, as per the instructions in this manual
and that the zip and attachment system are fully attached before use.
Trampolines over 20 in. (51 cm) tall are not recommended for use by children under 6 years of age.
There must be no more than one person at a time on the trampoline.
Maximum weight of the user shall NOT exceed 220lbs/100kg for this product.
This product is for household and family domestic use only – It is not for use in schools, playgrounds,
rental or commercial use.
It is of particular importance to follow the maintenance instructions at the beginning of every season.
That neglecting regular maintenance can lead to a risk for users.
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Important Warnings
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Carefully read these warnings before using this product.
these warnings can result in serious injury or death. 
Failure to follow
Only one user at any one time! Multiple users can cause loss of control, collision or falls on the trampoline.
This could result in serious injury to legs, arms, back, neck or head.
Do not use the trampoline when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication, which may impair the
jumper’s judgement.
Always consult your physician before performing any kind of physical activity.
Do not use the trampoline if you have high blood pressure.
Do not use the trampoline if you have a medical history of neck or back injuries or mental or physical
conditions that could cause injury.
Do not use if the user has any broken bones (casts) or has recently been in the hospital for extensive
treatments (operations, severe wounds, stitches, back injury or concussion).
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Do not use without the consent of your physician, if pregnant.
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Do not use the trampoline during windy conditions or if the user or the trampoline surface is wet. These
conditions can cause the user to lose control and fall resulting in serious injury.
The product must not be used in windy conditions as wind can cause unexpected movement of the
product. Wind can cause the trampoline to be lifted off the ground and become airborne. This can present
a danger to individuals and to property. Winds can be especially strong in open areas, foothills, mountains,
locations subject to hurricanes and tornadoes, areas between homes that create wind tunnels and
anywhere else where local weather conditions can create high winds. We recommend that you anchor the
trampoline or otherwise secure the trampoline to prevent it from moving as a result of the wind. One
possible way to anchor the trampoline is to secure the trampoline to a concrete footing under each leg. We
recommend consulting a local licensed contractor to best determine how the anchor system should be
constructed for your specific conditions. The licensed contractor can also advise you of other options such
as below ground installation. Even with anchors, a trampoline can be lifted, just like anything else, by
strong winds. If the winds are anticipated to be very strong, the trampoline should be disassembled and
stored away safely until the weather conditions improve. Damage from the wind or other severe weather is
not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. Because the manufacturer warranty does not cover wind or
weather related damage and damage can be caused to your property or the property of others by a
windblown trampoline , it is strongly advised that you provide site specific anchoring through a licensed
local contractor.
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Carefully read these warnings before using this product. Failure to follow
these safety instructions can result in serious injury or death. 
Proper Play Conditions:
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Always use the product in a well-lit area. Do not use without lighting during dawn, dusk or in complete
darkness! 
The trampoline must be placed on a surface that is COMPLETELY FLAT AND LEVEL. If the ground is
uneven, this could cause movement in the frame and could cause stress on the joined sections of the
frame that could damage the trampoline and/or can cause serious injury.
DO NOT install or position this trampoline on a hard surface such as concrete, tarmac or paving. Suitable
surfaces are grass, sand or a play area covered with an appropriate depth of play bark material. 
ALWAYS ensure the trampoline is on level ground with a minimum of 2 meters clear space from any
structure or obstruction such as fence, garage, house, overhanging branches, laundry lines or electrical
wires.
Adequate overhead clearance is essential. A minimum of 26.25 ft (8 meters) from ground level is
recommended. Provide clearance for wires, tree limbs, and other possible hazards.
Do not use the trampoline indoors, as this product is intended for outdoor home use only. 
The product must not be used in windy conditions as wind can cause unexpected movement of the
product. Wind can cause the trampoline to be lifted off the ground and become airborne. This can present
a danger to individuals and to property. Winds can be especially strong in open areas, foothills, mountains,
locations subject to hurricanes and tornadoes, areas between homes that create wind tunnels and
anywhere else where local weather conditions can create high winds. We recommend that you anchor the
trampoline or otherwise secure the trampoline to prevent it from moving as a result of the wind. One
possible way to anchor the trampoline is to secure the trampoline to a concrete footing under each leg.
We recommend consulting a local licensed contractor to best determine how the anchor system should be
constructed for your specific conditions. The licensed contractor can also advise you of other options such
as below ground installation. Even with anchors, a trampoline can be lifted, just like anything else, by
strong winds. If the winds are anticipated to be very strong, the trampoline should be disassembled and
stored away safely until the weather conditions improve. Damage from the wind or other severe weather
is not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty.
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Carefully read these warnings before using this product. Failure to follow
these safety instructions can result in serious injury or death. 
Appropriate Use Conditions:
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Children must always be supervised while they are playing on the trampoline and must be instructed not to
use the trampoline in an inappropriate or hazardous manner. Take precautions to prevent access to the
trampoline by children when there is no adult supervision.
Restrict access to the trampoline by any unauthorized users without your consent.
Trampolines are rebounding devices, which propel the user to unaccustomed heights, and into a variety of
body movements. Rebounding off of the trampoline, striking the frame or springs, or improperly landing on
the trampoline mat may cause serious injury.
Always start and maintain your jump at the center of the trampoline mat in order to reduce the risk of
landing on the frame or springs or falling off the trampoline.
Avoid bouncing too high. Stay low until you can control your bounce and land consistently in the middle of
the trampoline mat.
Ensure the trampoline frame and springs are fully covered by the frame pad to avoid any direct contact
with metal parts.
Do not stand or jump on the springs while using the trampoline. The springs are not designed to support
such stress and weight. This can result in serious injuries and/or product damage. If you see any signs
of stretched or damaged springs, do not use the trampoline until replacement springs are properly installed.
Please contact our customer service representatives to order original Sportspower replacement parts.
The trampoline is several feet off the ground. Jumping off the trampoline to the ground or any other
surface may result in injury. Smaller children may need assistance getting up onto or down from the
trampoline. Mounting and dismounting properly should be followed as a strict rule. Users should climb
onto the trampoline by placing their hands on the frame and stepping or rolling up onto the frame, across
the springs and onto the mat. Do not step directly on the frame pad or grasp the frame pad when
mounting or dismounting the trampoline. To dismount, jumpers should walk to the side of the mat, bend
over and place their hands on the frame, then step from the mat to the ground. Users should always place
their hands on the frame while mounting or dismounting.
Do NOT use the trampoline as a springboard to jump onto other objects.
Remove all objects not designed for use with the trampoline from the trampoline before use. Do not let
children take toys or other items onto the trampoline. Do not eat while jumping.
The trampoline is not intended to be buried into the ground.
During winter period, the snow load and the very low temperature can damage the trampoline. It is
recommended to remove the snow and store the mat and the enclosure indoor.
A recommendation on the orientation of the activity toy in relation to its exposure to the sun.
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
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Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable adult supervision.
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Do not attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis, or
death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
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Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the same time
increases the chance of injury.
Carefully read these warnings before using this product. Failure to follow
these safety instructions can result in serious injury or death. 
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Do not jump or step onto the frame pad as it was not designed to support the weight of a person.
Do not use the trampoline while holding or wearing any type of sharp or pointed objects such as jewelry,
watches, rings, eyewear and necklaces before using this product. This will prevent the jewelry from
tearing the mat or getting caught in the enclosure netting.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing that may catch or snag during play.
Never wear footwear (e.g. shoes) when using the trampoline.
Always tie back long hair so that it does not block user’s vision or get caught in the enclosure netting.
FRAME PADS – Frame pads are there to protect user from any fall or landing on the springs and frame.
On no account should people be permitted to sit or stand on them when the trampoline is in use. You
should also make sure that smaller users do not use the inside edges of the pads as a “handle” when
getting up on to the trampoline.
Never use the trampoline without the frame pad being securely attached. Properly tie down the frame pad
before each use. Improper assembly of the frame pad may lead to injury!
Always check to ensure there are no obstructions or objects under the trampoline that could cause injury
or obstruct movement of jump mat.. Also check that there are no pets or other people underneath the
trampoline.
Do not jump on the trampoline with a snowboard, skateboard, roller blades, bicycle or any other equipment.
DO NOT hold any foreign objects not authorized by the manufacturer in your hand and DO NOT place any
objects on the trampoline while anyone is jumping on it. Please be aware of your surroundings to ensure
there are no objects that could cause harm when you are playing on the trampoline.
The frame of your trampoline is made of steel and it will conduct electricity. No electrical equipment (lights,
heaters, extension cords, household appliances, etc.) should be permitted in or on the enclosure under
any circumstances to avoid the risk of electrocution.
Always jump in the middle of the mat.
Enclosure Netting and Mat – Appropriate Use Conditions
 Children MUST NEVER be left unattended inside the enclosure at any time.
 The enclosure is ONLY intended to be used to reduce the risk of injury from falling off the trampoline. Do
not intentionally kick, bounce against, climb on, hang from, jump over or crawl under the netting.
 Enter and exit the enclosure only through the zipper door. Do not go through the gap between the netting
and the mat. Trying to exit this way poses a risk of strangulation, especially for young children.
 The enclosure netting and mat must be inspected prior to each use. If there are any signs of weakness,
you must stop using the trampoline immediately, properly store the trampoline and restrict access by users
until a new Sportspower authorized replacement netting or pad is installed. Please refer to the Trampoline
Net & Pad – Maintenance Requirements section contained in this manual for further details.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENCLOSURE NETTING AND MAT
Important Instructions for Enclosure Netting and Mat
Failure to follow these instructions to ensure
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your trampoline may lead to serious injury or death.
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1. Maintenance of Trampoline Enclosure Net, Mat and Pad
Enclosure nets and padding are prone to wear and tear like tires on a car. Gradual deterioration
of the material will occur; the speed of which will depend on the level of exposure to UV rays,
airborne pollution and outdoor weather conditions such as rain and wind.
The net and padding needs to be properly maintained and checked by following the Maintenance
Schedule set out in these instructions. When the material shows any signs of weakness, you
must stop using the trampoline immediately, properly store the trampoline and restrict access by
users until a new replacement net or padding is properly installed.
Official Sportspower replacement nets and padding can be purchased by contacting our
authorized customer service by toll free number or email which can be found on the
website www.sportspowerfit4kids.com.
2. Maintenance Requirement for Enclosure Net
Your trampoline enclosure netting is manufactured with UV resistant material. Despite this the
netting is exposed to the outdoor elements including sunlight, wind, rain and wildlife. The net
surrounding the trampoline must be checked prior to each use. This includes, but is not limited to
inspecting the net for cracks, excess wear, brittleness, and stretching. Also inspect all
connections and the entire enclosure for overall integrity. The net must be immediately replaced if
it shows any signs of wear, damage, stretching, cracking, looseness, brittleness or other losses in
integrity. The following Maintenance Schedule must be followed:
1 to 3 Months
Inspect the enclosure (net, net
hanger, and straps) prior to
every use.
3 to 6 Months
Thorough inspection for UV
damage and prior to every use
for net, net hanger and straps.
6 to 12 Months
Thorough inspection before
every use on net, net hanger,
straps, zippers, ties and strings.
Replace after 12 months or
earlier if necessary.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE NET BE REPLACED ON A YEARLY BASIS UNDER NORMAL
USE, EVEN IF IT DOES NOT SHOW ANY VISIBLE SIGNS OF DAMAGE.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENCLOSURE NETTING AND MAT
How to Inspect the Trampoline Net for Proper Use
Always check the enclosure netting for signs of UV damage, deterioration, brittleness, cracking, and
tearing every time before using the trampoline and enclosure.
Step 1 - Inspect the enclosure netting before EACH use for wear or tear by pinching and pulling a
section of the netting between fingers and pulling downward. Please see diagram below.
If it produces any tear or cracking or ripping sound, then the net is unsafe and MUST be taken down
immediately. STOP USING THE TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE IF YOU FIND ANY SIGNS OF WEAR
OR TEARING ON THE NETTING.
Step 2 - Walk around the whole perimeter of the trampoline to visually check for material deterioration
or other damage.
3. Maintenance Requirement for Trampoline Pad
Walk around the whole perimeter of the trampoline to visually check for material deterioration, tears,
looseness, loss of elasticity or other damage in the pad.
It is recommended that you replace the trampoline enclosure net and pad every 12 months.
Replace the enclosure net and pad earlier if there are any signs of wear, tear, brittleness,
cracking, stretching or any other signs of weakness. New enclosure netting and pad can be
purchased through SPORTSPOWER’S authorized service center (toll-free numbers and email
address can be found on our website www.sportspowerfit4kids.com).
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TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST
Trampoline and Enclosure Parts List
Trampoline
Key
Number
Diagram
Description
Quantity
1
Trampoline Mat, stitched with TriangleRings
1
2
Frame Pad
1
3
T-Part with Leg Sockets
8
4
Top Rail
8
5
Leg Base
4
6A
Right L-Shaped Leg
4
6B
Left L-Shaped Leg
4
7A
Long Bolt (43mm)
16
7B
Bolt (38mm)
4
8A
Screws (15mm)
8
8B
Long Screws (20mm)
4
9
Cap Nut
20
10
Spring Washer
32
11
Arc Washer
8
12
Flat Washer
44
13
Galvanized Springs
56
14
Trampoline Safety Instruction Placard
1
15
Spring Loading Tool
1
16
Allen Wrench
1
17
Plastic End Cap
4
18
Small Spring Washer
4
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TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST
Enclosure
Key
Number
Diagram
Description
Quantity
A
Upper Frame Tube with Foam
4
B
Lower Frame Tube with Foam
4
C
Cable Wire
12
D
Wrench
1
E
Self-Locking Screw
8
F
Cord
6
G
Enclosure Netting
1
H
Plastic Cap
4
I
Trampoline Enclosure Safety Instruction
Placard
1
J
Cap
4
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ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Assembly and Installation Instructions
Review all steps before assembly and read all precautions before using this
product. Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death.
During periods of non-use, this trampoline and trampoline enclosure can be easily disassembled and
stored by reversing the order of installation.
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At least two people are required to assemble the trampoline and trampoline enclosure.
Protective gloves must be used during assembly to avoid pinching by the springs.
Protective goggles must be worn to avoid injuries to the eyes.
For appropriate use of the trampoline, please assemble the trampoline in a location that meets the following
conditions:
 Adequate overhead clearance is needed. A minimum of 26.25 ft (8 meters) from ground level is
recommended. Provide clearance for wires, tree limbs and other possible hazards.
 ALWAYS ensure the trampoline is on level ground with a minimum of 2 meters clear space from any
structure or obstruction such as fence, garage, house, overhanging branches, laundry lines or electrical
wires.
 Place the trampoline on a flat and level surface before use.
 Do not install this trampoline on hard surfaces. Suitable surfaces include grass or sand.
 Use the trampoline in a well-lit area. Artificial illumination may be required for shady areas.
 The trampoline should be installed in an area where access can be restricted from unauthorized and
unsupervised use.
 Ensure there is nothing beneath the trampoline that could cause injury or obstruct movement of jump mat.
 The trampoline enclosure is only to be used as an enclosure for a trampoline of a size for which the
enclosure is designed.
 The owner and supervisors of the trampoline are responsible to make all users aware of practices
specified in the use instructions section.
 Users may become entangled in or strangled by loose cords or in gaps between trampoline and enclosure.
Keep enclosure tightly fastened to the trampoline in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Failure to properly assemble and maintain a tight, secure trampoline/enclosure boundary may result in
serious injury, strangulation, or death.
If you do not follow these guidelines, you increase the risk of injury or death.
PRIOR TO ASSEMBLING
Before assembly, please ensure that you have all the parts required to assemble the product. If you are
missing any parts, please contact our Customer Support agents.
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Please do not use unauthorized Sportspower parts to assemble the trampoline. This may damage the
integrity of the product and will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
DO NOT use electric power tools to tighten or loosen bolts and screws as this can damage the
hardware.
All nuts and bolts must be checked for tightness and if necessary must be retightened.
All spring-loaded (pit pin) joints must be checked to see that they are still intact and cannot become
dislodged during play.
Check all coverings for bolts and sharp edges and replace them if necessary.
If self-locking nuts are used, it should be noted that these are only suitable for one assembly and must
therefore be replaced.
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TRAMPOLINE FRAME ASSEMBLY
Trampoline Frame Assembly
STEP 1 –Frame Assembly
There are a total of 28 pieces of steel tubing parts required to assemble the trampoline frame.
Lay out all parts in a circle as shown in FIGURE 1. You should have the following parts:
8 - T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3)
8 - Top Rail (# 4)
4 - Leg Base (# 5)
4 - Right L-Shaped Leg (# 6A)
4 - Left L-Shaped Leg (# 6B)
Please ensure proper placement of this product to avoid injuries. It is essential that the intended site for this
trampoline is completely flat and level. If the ground is uneven, this could cause movement in the frame and
stress on the joined sections of the frame that could damage the trampoline and/or can cause serious injury.
Do not position this trampoline on hard surface such as concrete, tarmac or paving. Suitable surfaces include
flat dirt or grass, sand or play area covered with an appropriate depth of play bark material, with no
obstructions above, below or near the product.
# 6B
# 6A
#3
#5
#4
FIGURE 1
11
TRAMPOLINE FRAME ASSEMBLY
STEP 2 – Leg Support Assembly
Connect L-Shaped Legs (# 6A and # 6B) to each side of Leg Base (# 5) ; Secure with Screws (15mm) (# 8A)
and Spring Washer (# 10) and Arc Washer (# 11) using Allen Wrench (# 16) as shown in FIGURE 2. Repeat
the same process for all sets of leg supports.
# 6B
# 6A
# 16
# 8A
# 8A
#5
# 11
# 10
# 11
# 10
FIGURE 2
12
TRAMPOLINE FRAME ASSEMBLY
STEP 3 – Top Rail Assembly
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Connect T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3) to each side of Top Rail (# 4); Secure with Long Bolt (# 7A), Flat
Washer (# 12), Spring Washer (# 10) and Cap Nut (# 9) using Allen Wrench (# 16) and Wrench (# D) as
shown in the ENLARGED DIAGRAM of FIGURE 3.
 Insert one side of T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3) into # 6A and the other side into # 6B of the adjacent leg
support as shown in FIGURE 3.
IMPORTANT
Please do not over-tighten the screws at this point to allow room for adjustment. You will need to come back to
this step and tighten all the screws properly after the trampoline frame is installed.
# 16
# 7A
# 12
#3
# 12
# 10
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#9
#D
#4
#4
#3
#3
# 6A
# 6A
# 6B
# 6B
#5
FIGURE 3
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TRAMPOLINE FRAME ASSEMBLY
STEP 4 – Top Rail Assembly (Continued)
 Insert Top Rails (# 4) in between T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3); Secure using Long Bolt (# 7A), Flat
Washer (# 12), Spring Washer (# 10) and Cap Nut (# 9) using Allen Wrench (# 16) and Wrench (# D) as
shown in the enlarged diagram of FIGURE 4.
# 16
# 7A
# 12
# 12
# 10
#9
#D
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#4
# 6A
#3
#3
# 6A
# 6B
# 6B
#5
FIGURE 4
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STEP 5
Attach Plastic End Caps (# 17) to the T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3) connected to # 6A as shown in FIGURE 5;
Secure using Bolt (# 7B), Flat Washer (# 12), Spring Washer (# 10) and Cap Nut (# 9) using Allen Wrench (#
16) and Wrench (# D) as shown in the enlarged diagram.
Important Note:
 Install Plastic End Cap (# 17) only to the “6A” side of leg supports. The “6B” side will be needed for
installation of the enclosure in later steps.
# 6B
# 6A
# 6B
# 6A
# 6B
# 6A
# 6A
# 6B
# 17
#D
FIGURE 5
#9
#3
# 10
# 12
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
15
# 12
# 7B
# 16
TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
Trampoline Mat Assembly
To assemble the trampoline mat, you will only need the Spring Loading Tool (# 15) provided with this product.
SPRING LOADING TOOL (# 15)
STEP 6 – Mat Placement
Place the Trampoline Mat (# 1) flat on the ground inside the assembled frame with the warning labels facing up
as shown in FIGURE 6. Line up the warning labels with any of the trampoline legs and make sure the warning
labels are facing up. This will make the installation process easier.
Select a starting point on the frame and let it be called point “Zero” (choose a point that is located above a leg
frame and in front of a warning label).
ZERO
TRAMPOLINE MAT
(# 1)
FIGURE 6
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TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
STEP 7 – Spring Assembly
When attaching the springs, do not place your hands, arms, legs or any other body part close to the connector
points (i.e. joints connecting the steel tubes). The connector points can become pinch points as the trampoline
springs tighten up. Wear heavy duty working gloves to protect your hands from pinching by the springs and
protective goggles to avoid injuries to the eyes. Be steady when installing the springs as it can rebound and fly
off if you inadvertently let go when not hooked properly. Make sure no children are playing nearby when
installing the trampoline.
Starting at point “Zero”, hook one end of the Spring (# 13) into the Triangle-Ring on the Mat (# 1). Holding the
Spring Loading Tool (# 15) underhand, pull the other end of the Spring and lock it into the hole on the frame as
shown in FIGURE 7.
Hint: Tap on the Spring (# 13) with the handle of the Spring Loading Tool (# 15) to make sure it is securely
latched into the hole.
MAT (# 1)
SPRING (# 13)
TRIANGLE-RING
FRAME
POINT “ZERO”
SPRING LOADING TOOL (# 15)
FIGURE 7
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TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
STEP 7 – Spring Assembly (Continued)
After you have secured the spring at point “Zero”, count to hole 28 on the opposite side of the Mat and
attach a spring in the same manner as the previous step. For even distribution of spring tension and ease of
assembly, the springs must always be installed on opposite sides of the mat in an alternating manner, i.e. Zero,
then 28, followed by 14 and 42 as shown in FIGURE 8.
Hint: The number of triangle-rings sewn onto the Mat is equal to the number of holes on the frame. If you
notice that you have miscounted a hole or triangle-ring, remove and reinstall the springs as necessary while
maintaining an even distribution of tension as explained above.
SPRING (# 13)
ZERO
42
TRAMPOLINE MAT
(# 1)
28
18
14
FIGURE 8
TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
STEP 7 – Spring Assembly (Continued)
Continue to attach Springs in the same manner, ensuring even distribution of tension by attaching springs on
opposite sides of the mat/frame in an alternating manner, i.e. 7 then 35, 49 then 21, etc as shown in FIGURE 9.
SPRING (# 13)
ZERO
49
42
7
14
TRAMPOLINE MAT
(# 1)
21
35
28
19
FIGURE 9
TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
STEP 7 – Spring Assembly (Continued)
Attach a spring at every 3rd hole interval. For even distribution of tension and ease of assembly, the springs
must be placed on opposite sides of the mat in an alternating manner, i.e. 3 then 31, 52 then 24, etc as shown
in FIGURE 10.
ZERO
SPRING (# 13)
3
52
7
49
10
45
TRAMPOLINE MAT
(# 1)
42
14
17
38
21
35
31
24
28
FIGURE 10
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TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
STEP 7 – Spring Assembly (Continued)
Continue to attach the remaining 40 springs in the same manner as the previous step, i.e. the springs must be
placed on opposite sides of the mat in an alternating manner to ensure even distribution of tension. The
completed trampoline should look as shown in FIGURE 11.
IMPORTANT:
Once all the springs are properly installed, you must go back to Step 3 and now tighten all the screws on the
Leg Supports.
FIGURE 11
STEP 8 – Trampoline Safety Placard Attachment
Using the tie wrap, attach the Trampoline Safety Instruction Placard (# 14) to the trampoline. The tie wrap
should go around the Top Rail to ensure that it doesn’t slide off the trampoline as shown in FIGURE 12.
FIGURE 12
Safety Placard
(# 14)
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FRAME PAD ASSEMBLY
Frame Pad Assembly
Never use the trampoline without the Frame Pad, the Frame Pad reduces the risk of getting injured by hitting
the metal frame or springs. Inspect the Frame Pad before each and every use to ensure all exposed metal
parts are fully covered by the Frame Pad!
STEP 9 – Frame Pad Assembly
Look for the remaining outer elastic straps which are not aligned to a leg tube and wrap them around the steel
frame and tie them into a ribbon as shown in FIGURE 13. Tie a knot and then a one-sided bow. Repeat this
step for all of the outer straps.
Frame Pad (# 2)
ELASTIC STRAP
T-PART (# 3)
ELASTIC STRAP
FIGURE 13
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FRAME PAD ASSEMBLY
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Make sure that the knots and bows are tight for all elastic straps.
Make sure the Frame Pad is securely attached to the frame and completely covers the frame and all of
the springs before using this trampoline. Do not use the trampoline if even one spring or triangle-ring is
damaged or missing.
Perform a complete inspection of the trampoline to ensure all parts are assembled and attached properly.
Read this entire manual and make sure all jumpers completely understand all of the warnings printed in
the manual and on the various warning signs. Instruct all jumpers on the basic bounces described in the
manual.
Do not attempt to disassemble any frame components until all of the springs and the trampoline mat have been
removed. Wear heavy duty working gloves to protect your hands from pinching by the springs and protective
goggles to avoid injuries to the eyes.
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
Trampoline Enclosure Assembly
BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
 This trampoline must only be used when the enclosure netting is properly assembled. The trampoline
netting must be checked thoroughly before each use to ensure there are no tears or damages. Please
carefully read all the Important Warnings contained in this manual and all warnings on the product before
use.
 Review all steps before assembly and read all precautions before using the trampoline. At least two adults
are required to assemble this trampoline enclosure. Protective gloves must be used during assembly to
avoid pinching by the springs and goggles must be worn to avoid injuries to the eyes.
STEP 10 – Assemble the Enclosure Poles
Slide Lower Frame Tube with Foam (# B) into T-Part with Leg Sockets (# 3) and secure with Long Screw
(20mm) (# 8B), Spring Washer (# 10) and Flat Washer (# 12) using Allen Wrench (# 16) as shown in FIGURE
14. Repeat this step for all Lower Frame Tube with Foam (# B).
MAKE SURE THE HOLES ON THE FRAME PAD ARE PLACED OVER THE LEFT L-SHAPED LEG (# 6B).
#B
# 12
#3
# 10
# 6B
# 8B
# 6A
# 6A
# 6B
# 6B
# 6A
# 6A
FIGURE 14
# 6B
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# 16
TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 11 - Assemble the Enclosure Top Frame
Two adults are needed for this step. Please ensure the assembled Cable Wires are held firmly during
assembly to avoid them flexing back and causing injury. Please ensure that the Cable Wires are
securely fastened together using the Wrench. Failing to do so may increase the chance of injury due
to the enclosure frame snapping apart during assembly or trampoline use.
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Separate the cable wires into 2 groups and connect them together in the same manner. This is easier for
insertion into the enclosure net in the next step.
Nut
Thread
#C
#C
Assembled Cable Wires
#C
ENLARGED DIAGRAM
#D
FIGURE 15
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 12 - Assemble the Enclosure Top Frame
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CAUTION: THREE ADULTS ARE RECOMMENDED
A. Insert the two sets of assembled cable wires into the sleeve of the enclosure so they are parallel to each
other as shown in figure 16-1.
B. With one person holding each end, push the cable wires to form a circle and connect the ends by tightening
the nut with the wrench as shown in FIGURE 16-2.
Hint: When two people are doing step-B, it is easier to assemble if you squeeze inward at the same time.
Sleeve
#C
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#G
FIGURE 16-1
Nut
Sleeve
Thread
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#D
FIGURE 16-2
Now, place Cable Wires and Enclosure Netting assembled on trampoline mat for the next step.
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 13
Attach Plastic Cap (# H) to Upper Frame Tube with Foam (# A); Secure using Self-Locking Screw (# E) and
Allen Wrench (# 16) as shown in FIGURE 17. Note: you may need to push the foam downward slightly to
locate the hole. Remember to push the foam back to its original position when finished.
Repeat this step for all upper frame tubes and plastic caps
#H
# 16
#H
Hole
#E
Foam
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#A
FIGURE 17
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 14 - Assemble the Enclosure Top Frame
Hook the assembled cable wire with enclosure netting into the Plastic Cap (# H) located on the Upper Frame
Tube with Foam (# A) as shown in FIGURE 18. Make sure the cable wire fits into the slot properly. Repeat
the same process for all the plastic caps. Place Cap (# J) on Plastic Cap (# H) as shown in the enlarged
diagram. Position the assembled enclosure onto the trampoline mat as shown in FIGURE 18.
Cable Wire
ENLARGED
DIAGRAM
#H
Slot
RING
#A
#J
#H
#A
#G
FIGURE 18
28
TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 15 – Connect the Enclosure Upper Frame to the Lower Frame
Connect the assembled Upper Frame Tube with Foam (# A) to the Lower Frame Tube with Foam (# B), and
then secure by inserting Self-Locking Screw (# E) and Small Spring Washer (# 18) using Allen Wrench (# 16)
as shown in FIGURE 19.
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You may need to push aside the foam on the Upper Frame Tube with Foam (# A) and Lower Frame Tube
with Foam (# B) in order to locate the holes to fit the screw.
#G
“RING”
ENLARGED DIAGRAM
#A
#B
#A
FIGURE 19
# 16
# 18 # E
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 16 – Tie the Enclosure to the Mat
Secure the trampoline netting to the trampoline frame using the Cords (# F). Lift up the frame pad and tie one
end of the cord to any one of the triangle-rings on the trampoline mat as shown in FIGURE 20.
Loop the other end of the cord through the next hole on the mat and then the adjacent triangle-ring. Continue
in the same manner until the end of the cord is reached and tie it to a triangle-ring. Repeat the same process
for all the cords provided until the enclosure netting is fully secured to the trampoline mat.
FIGURE 20
#G
#F
#G
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#F
TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
STEP 17 – Closing the Enclosure
Close the zipper and snap together the two buckles at the opening of the enclosure as shown in FIGURE 21.
ZIP
#G
FIGURE 21
STEP 18
Use the plastic tie provided to attach Trampoline Enclosure Safety Placard (# I) to the netting near the
entrance as shown in FIGURE 22.
#I
FIGURE 22
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DISASSEMBLY OF THE TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE
IMPORTANT
Once you have finished the assembly of the trampoline, go back over all of the nuts and bolts and
properly tighten all of them before using.
Read this entire manual and make sure all jumpers completely understand all of the safety rules
printed in the manual and on the various warning signs. Instruct all jumpers in the basic bounces
described in the manual.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE AND USE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING
THE TRAMPOLINE. ADULT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES.
Disassembly of the Trampoline and Enclosure
If you need to disassemble the trampoline, please follow the assembly instructions in reverse and take special
care to retain all parts. Retain the original packaging for transport purposes.
Moving the Trampoline and Enclosure
To move the trampoline, it is recommended for the trampoline to be disassembled and then reassembled in the
new location. However, if you need to move the trampoline a short distance for any reason, you must use duct
tape or heavy industry tape to tape all leg joints together. To move the trampoline requires two or more people
to lift the trampoline from contact with the ground. Do not drag the trampoline along the ground. The
trampoline must be kept steady and horizontal to the ground during the move. Failure to follow these
instructions may result in the leg support coming loose which may cause serious injury or death.
DO NOT USE THE TRAMPOLINE WHEN THE ENCLOSURE IS REMOVED.
Do not make changes or add attachments to the trampoline that are not authorized genuine Sportspower parts.
The user must carry out changes to the trampoline (e.g. the addition of an attachment) according to the
instructions of the manufacturer, particularly those attachments which include instructions on their assembly,
necessary measurements and the correct fastening (e.g. enclosures, climbing assistance).
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Care and Maintenance
Failure to follow these instructions to ensure
 proper operational condition of
your trampoline may lead to serious injury or death.
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The springs, trampoline legs and enclosure netting must be inspected prior to every use. The legs should
be locked securely into place, all the springs attached to the frame and there should be no tears in the
enclosure netting. If any part becomes damaged or worn, please stop using the trampoline immediately
until this part is replaced with authorized Sportspower parts.
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If you see any signs of stretched or damaged springs, do not use the trampoline until replacement springs
are properly installed. Please contact our customer service representatives to order original Sportspower
replacement parts.
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Please do not use unauthorized Sportspower parts to assemble the trampoline. This may damage the
integrity of the product and can cause injuries during use.
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To move the trampoline, it is recommended for the trampoline to be disassembled and then reassembled
in the new location. However, if you need to move the trampoline a short distance for any reason, you
must use duct tape or heavy industry tape to tape all leg joints together. To move the trampoline requires
two or more people to lift the trampoline from contact with the ground. Do not drag the trampoline along
the ground. The trampoline must be kept steady and horizontal to the ground during the move. Failure to
follow these instructions may result in the leg support coming loose which may cause serious injury or
death.
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The trampoline and enclosure must be stored away during harsh weather conditions including extreme
wind, heat and freezing temperatures.
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Always properly store away the trampoline and enclosure when not in use and secure from any
unauthorized use.
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Inspect the trampoline before each use and replace any worn, defective or missing parts. The following
conditions could represent potential hazards:
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Missing, improperly positioned or unsecured enclosure support system, frame padding and pole
caps
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Punctures, frays, tears or holes in the trampoline mat or enclosure support system or frame
padding
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Deterioration in the stitching or fabric of the mat, enclosure netting or frame padding
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Ruptured or loose springs
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Bent or broken support system (frame)
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Sagging trampoline mat and/or sagging enclosure netting
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Sharp protrusions on the support (frame) or suspension system
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PROPER USE INSTRUCTIONS
Proper Use Instructions
Read and understand the use instructions in this manual prior to using this
product. Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death.
Responsibilities of the user
The key here is to stay in control of your jumps. DO NOT move onto more complicated, more difficult
maneuvers until you have mastered the basic, fundamental bounce. Read, understand, and practice
all precautions and warnings prior to using the trampoline. A controlled jump is when you land and
take off from the same location. For additional tips and instructions, contact a certified trampoline
instructor.
Supervisor’s or owner’s role in preventing injuries
It is the responsibility of the supervisor(s) of the trampoline users to provide knowledgeable and
mature supervision. They need to know and enforce all the rules and warnings set forth in this
manual in order to minimize the likelihood of accidents and injuries and to inform users of these rules.
During the periods of time when supervision is unavailable or inadequate, the trampoline should be
disassembled and stored in a secure place to prevent unauthorized use. The supervisor is also
responsible to ensure that the safety placard is placed on the trampoline and that the jumpers are
informed of these warnings and instructions.
All jumpers need to be supervised, regardless of skill level or age.
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DO NOT attempt or allow somersaults. Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury,
paralysis or death, even when landing in the middle of the mat.
Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline. Use by more than one person at the
same time can result in serious injuries.
Trampolines over 20 inches (51 cm) tall should not be used by children under six (6) years of age.
Wear clothing free of drawstrings, hooks, loops or anything that could get caught while using the
trampoline/enclosure and result in entanglement or strangulation, or both.
Climb on and off the trampoline. It is a dangerous practice to jump from the trampoline to the
floor or ground when dismounting, or to jump onto the trampoline when mounting. Do not use the
trampoline as a springboard to other objects.
Keep enclosure tightly fastened to the trampoline in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. Failure to properly assemble and maintain a tight, secure trampoline/enclosure
boundary may result in serious injury, strangulation or death.
Completely close the opening of the enclosure before jumping. Close the opening of the
enclosure after using the trampoline.
Do not use the trampoline while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Do not attempt to jump over the enclosure barrier.
Do not intentionally rebound off the enclosure barrier.
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PROPER USE INSTRUCTIONS
Read and understand the use instructions in this manual prior to using this
product. Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death.
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Read all instructions before using the trampoline. Warnings and instructions for the care,
maintenance and use of this trampoline are included to promote proper and enjoyable use of this
equipment.
Inspect the trampoline before each use. Make sure the frame padding, enclosure and the
enclosure support (frame) padding is correctly and securely positioned. Replace any worn,
defective or missing parts before using.
Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable supervision.
Check for loose cords and gaps. Users may become entangled in or strangled by loose cords or
in gaps between trampoline and enclosure.
Use trampoline only when the surface of the mat is dry. Wind or air movement should be calm to
gentle. The trampoline must not be used in gusty or severe winds.
Keep objects away which could interfere with the jumper. Maintain a clear area under, above,
and around the trampoline.
Do not attempt to crawl under the barrier.
Do not hang from, kick, cut or climb on the barrier.
Do not attach anything to the barrier that is not a manufacturer-approved accessory or part of the
enclosure system.
Enter and exit the enclosure only at the enclosure door.
Learn fundamental bounces and body positions thoroughly before trying more advanced skills. A
variety of trampoline activities can be carried out by performing the basic fundamentals in various
series and combinations, performing one fundamental after another, with or without feet bounces
between them.
Stop bounce by flexing knees as feet come into contact with the trampoline mat. Learn this skill
before attempting others.
Avoid bouncing too high. Stay low until bounce control and repeated landing in the center of the
trampoline can be accomplished. Control is more important than height while keeping the head
erect, focus eyes on the trampoline toward the perimeter. This will help control the bounce.
Avoid bouncing when tired. Keep turns short.
Limit the time of continuous usage. Make regular stops. Do not jump when tired.
Properly secure the trampoline when not in use. Protect it against unauthorized use. If a
trampoline ladder is used, the supervisor should remove it from the trampoline when leaving the
area to prevent unsupervised access by children under six (6) years of age.
For information concerning skill training, contact a certified trampoline instructor.
For additional information concerning the trampoline equipment, contact the manufacturer.
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LEARNING THE FUNDAMENTAL TRAMPOLINE SKILLS
Learning the fundamental trampoline skills
The following lessons are suggested for you to learn basic steps and bounces. Before using the
trampoline, you should read and understand all warnings. A complete discussion and demonstration
of body mechanics and trampoline guidelines should occur between the supervisor and student as
well. The bounces are diagrammed on the following page.
Lesson 1
A. Mounting and Dismounting – Demonstration of proper techniques
B. The Basic Bounce – Demonstration and practice
C. Braking (Check the Bounce – Demonstration) and practice. Learn to brake on command
D. Hands and Knees Bounce – Demonstration and practice. Stress should be on four-point landing
and alignment
Lesson 2
A. Review and practice of techniques learned in Lesson 1
B. Knee Bounce – Demonstration and practice. Learn the basic down to knee and back up before
trying half twist to left and right
C. Seat Bounce – Demonstration and practice. Learn basic seat bounce then add a knee bounce,
hands and knees repeat
Lesson 3
A. Review and practice skills and techniques learned in previous lessons
B. Front Drop – To avoid mat burns and teach the front bounce position, all students should be
requested to assume the prone position (face down on the ground) while the instructor checks for
faulty positions that could cause injury
C. Start with a Hands and Knees bounce and then extend body into prone position and on the mat
and return to feet
D. Practice Routine – Hands and Knees Bounce, Front Bounce, return to feet, Seat Bounce, return
to feet, Seat Bounce, return to feet
Lesson 4
A. Review and practice skills and techniques learned in previous lessons
B. Half – Turn
i.
Start from front drop position and as you make contact with mat, push off with arms in
either the right or left direction and turn head and shoulders in same direction
ii.
During turn, be sure to keep back parallel to mat and head up
iii. After completing turn, land in the Front Drop position
After completing this lesson, the student now has a basic foundation of trampoline bounces. Jumpers
should be encouraged to try and develop their own routines with the emphasis on control and form.
A game that can be played in order to encourage students to try developing routines is “BOUNCE”.
In this game, players count off from 1 to X. Player one starts with a maneuver. Player two has to do
Player one’s maneuver and add on another. Each player must do the routine properly in the correct
sequence. The first person to miss receives the letter “B”. This continues until someone spells out
the word “BOUNCE”. The last remaining contestant is deemed the winner! Even when playing this
game, it is important to perform your routines under control and not try difficult or highly skilled
bounces that you have not yet mastered.
A certified trampoline instructor should be contacted to further develop your trampoline skills.
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LEARNING THE FUNDAMENTAL TRAMPOLINE SKILLS
BASIC TRAMPOLINE BOUNCES
THE BASIC BOUNCE
1. Start from the standing position, with
your feet having shoulder width apart
and with head up and eyes on mat
2. Swing arms forward and up in a circular
motion
3. Bring feet together while in mid-air and
point toes downwards.
4. Keep the feet shoulder width apart
when landing on mat
THE KNEE BOUNCE
1. Start with the basic bounce and keep it
low
2. Land on knees while keeping your back
straight and body erect while using your
arms to maintain balance
3. Bounce back to basic bounce position
by swinging arms up
THE SEAT BOUNCE
1. Land in a flat sitting position
2. Place hands on mat besides hips, but
do not lock your elbow
3. Return to erect position by pushing with
hands
THE 180 DEGREE BOUNCE
1. Start with the Front Bounce position
2. Push off with left or right hands and
arms (depending on which way you
wish to turn)
3. Maintain head and shoulders in the
same direction while keeping your back
parallel to the mat and your head up
4. Land in the Prone position and return to
standing position
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PRODUCT WARRANTY
Product Warranty
Sportspower Ltd warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship under
normal use and service conditions for ninety (90) days after the date of purchase. The frame on
trampolines is warranted for two (2) years after the date of purchase.
All warranty coverage extends only to the original purchaser of the product and is not assignable or
transferable. The original store or online purchase receipt must be kept as proof of purchase in order
for the warranty to be valid. These documents must be presented in the event of making a warranty
claim.
During the warranty period, Sportspower will provide repair or replacement of defective equipment or
parts thereof covered by the warranty. Any handling, transportation, delivery and other incidental
charges in respect of the servicing of the equipment shall be borne by the Purchaser. If the product
includes a number of accessories, only the defective part or accessory will be replaced.
The warranty will become void if any defects or damages are associated with the use of unauthorized
replacement parts. All replacement parts must be obtained from Sportspower authorized agents.
All decisions made by Sportspower made in respect of the servicing of the equipment (including
repairs, replacements or issues relating to defects of workmanship or materials) shall be conclusive
and the Purchaser agrees to be bound by such decisions. Any defective equipment or part thereof
replaced shall become the property of Sportspower.
In the event of a product or accessory being replaced during the guarantee, the guarantee on the
replacement will expire at the original date, i.e. 90 days from the original purchase date.
This warranty excludes defects caused by the product not being used in accordance with instructions,
accidental damage, misuse or being tampered with by unauthorized persons.
The Sportspower Limited Warranty does not cover:
a) Products used for commercial or rental purposes.
b) Loss or damage to product due to:
i.
Abuse, repairs and/or tampering by any person other than the authorized personnel of
Sportspower
ii.
Negligence and/or misuse (including foreign objects, accidents, improper storage,
exposure to sun/moisture, excessive temperature, sand, dust, dirt, other pollution or
other environmental conditions and failure to follow precautions or proper operating
instructions stated in the User’s Manual such as improper installations)
iii.
Fire, flood, lightning strike, wind storm or other acts of God
iv.
Freight or improper transport damages, and
v.
Improper usage (including use by underage, overweight or excessive number of users
permitted as stated in the User’s Manual).
c) Defects, damages or accidents due to the malfunction, connection to or use of non-Sportspower
or unauthorized parts. In such event, Sportspower reserves the right to cancel the Limited
Warranty coverage immediately.
To the extent allowed by the applicable local law, the remedies in the Limited Warranty are the
Purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedies.
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PRODUCT WARRANTY
SPORTSPOWER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR OTHER DAMAGES WITH RESPECT TO ANY
ECONOMIC LOSS, LOSS OF PROPERTY, LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF
ENJOYMENT OR USE, COST OF REMOVAL, INSTALLATION OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. ACCORDINGLY, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU.
THE WARRANTY EXTENDED HEREUNDER IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS
LIMITED IN ITS SCOPE AND DURATION TO THE TERMS SET FORTH HEREIN. SOME STATES
DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS.
ACCORDINGLY, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE. THIS WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES.
PLEASE NOTE: ANY REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS MUST BE MADE USING AUTHORIZED
SPORTSPOWER PARTS IN ORDER FOR THIS WARRANTY TO BE VALID.
DO NOT RETURN PRODUCT TO THE STORE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR
PARTS OR ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS. STORES ARE NOT EQUIPPED TO PROVIDE CUSTOMER
SERVICE FOR THIS PRODUCT.
For Customer Service, please call (+44) 01702 208182 or visit
www.sportspowerfit4kids.com
Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Sportspower Ltd.
Flat M, Kaiser Estate Phase 3, 11 Hok Yuen Street, Hunghom, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Corporate Office: US toll free 1-800-497-6106
SP-JP-TRQL120-ASDA-14001
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