Pure Fun 2™ 10’ Trampoline/Enclosure Set
Model No. 9010PS
Owner’s Manual
Please read all the instructions before using this product.
Consult a physician before beginning any exercise program or strenuous activity
The contents of this package
are not suitable for children
under 3 years of age.
Contains small parts which
may cause choking.
Age Recommendation:
6+ YRS
Pure Fun is a Trademark of
Pure Global Brands, Inc.
Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline at any time.
Do not allow small children to use unless supervised by an adult.
ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED.
For special offers and to ensure warranty protection, register your product at:
www.pureglobalbrands.com
OWNERS MANUAL
CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION
Thank you for purchasing our Pure Fun 2™ 10’ Trampoline/Enclosure Set.
At Pure Global Brands, we want all of our customers to be completely satisfied with their purchase.
Please take time to review the contents of the product you have just received to make sure that all
of the parts are included. If you find that any parts are missing or damaged, we will happily provide
replacement parts at no charge within 30 days of purchase. Please keep in mind that for select damaged part replacement requests, we will require a photo for submission to our quality control office.
To order these parts, or if you have any other questions or concerns about this Pure Global product,
please e-mail the Pure Global Brands, Inc. customer service department at:
customerservice@puregbi.com or contact us at 1-866-498-5269. You can also visit our web site at:
www.pureglobalbrands.com
If you request replacement parts, please be sure to include the following information in your correspondence:
YOUR NAME
YOUR MAILING ADDRESS
YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
RETAILER WHERE YOU PURCHASED PRODUCT
DATE OF PURCHASE
ORDER # (IF AVAILABLE)
PRODUCT MODEL #: 9010PS
SERIAL #
PRODUCT NAME: 10 Foot TRAMPOLINE/ENCLOSURE COMBO SET
PART # (located in manual)
QUANTITY NEEDED
PICTURE OF DAMAGED PART(s) – SUBMIT VIA Email , Fax, or Mail
Again, thank you for purchasing a Pure Global Brands product.
Sincerely,
Customer Service
Pure Global Brands, Inc.
Phone:1-866-498-5269
Email: customerservice@puregbi.com
8040 Belvedere Rd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33411
LIMITED WARRANTY
Pure Global Brands, Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in workmanship and materials
under normal use and conditions for the duration of the period outlined below FROM THE DATE OF
ORIGINAL PURCHASE.
The various components of the trampoline/enclosure are warranted against defects and workmanship
for the following time period(s):
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Steel Frame: 1 Years
Frame Pad: 6 Months
Jumping Surface: 1 Year
All Other Parts: 90 Days
All warranty coverage extends only to the original retail purchaser from the date of purchase.
Pure Fun’s obligation under this Warranty is limited to replacing or repairing, at Pure Fun’s option, the
product at one of its authorized service centers. All products for which a warranty claim is made must
be received by Pure Fun at one of its authorized service centers and accompanied by sufficient proof
of purchase (photocopy of the original store receipt, indicating the date of purchase). All freight and
handling fees are the responsibility of the consumer to pay, both to and from Pure Fun. All warranty
claims must be pre-authorized by Pure Fun. Pre-authorization can be obtained by calling 866-4985269. This warranty does not extend to any product or damage to a product caused by or attributable
to freight damage, abuse, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, or repairs not provided by a Pure
Fun authorized service center or for products used for commercial or rental purposes. This warranty
does not cover ordinary wear and tear, weathering, failure to follow directions, improper installation,
improper maintenance or acts of Nature (such as damage caused by wind, lightning, snow, water or
ice). Weather damage, damage caused by unauthorized repair work or damage caused by improper
use of the products are not covered by the product warranty. No other Warranty beyond that specifically set forth above is authorized by Pure Fun.
PURE FUN 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 PURE FUN SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIMS 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 LIMITATION 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.
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts
NOT for children under 3 years.
Warning
While every attempt is made to ensure the highest degree of protection in all
equipment, we cannot guarantee freedom from injury. The user assumes all risks
of injury due to use. All merchandise is sold on this condition, which no
representative of the company can waive or change.
WARNINGS
IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ!
Please read these warnings and the information in this manual in its entirety. Failure to comply with the
following instructions may increase the risk of serious injury and/or death:
Ensure the trampoline has been assembled correctly, per the instructions in the manual.
It is essential that the intended site for this trampoline is completely flat and level. If the ground is not level this
will cause movement in the frame and could cause stress on the joined sections.
Before each use of this product, inspect the entire assembly and replace any worn, defective or missing parts.
This trampoline set is over 1 foot 5 inches (51cm) tall. It is only recommended for use by children 6 + YEARS
OF AGE.
DO NOT exceed the recommended MAXIMUM WEIGHT limit of 250lbs (113kgs).
DO NOT allow more than one person on the trampoline at a time.
DO NOT wear glasses or helmets when using the trampoline.
DO NOT use the trampoline in wet, windy or other adverse weather conditions. Use only when the trampoline
mat is clean and dry.
DO NOT somersault or perform flips – this can cause serious injury, resulting in paralysis or death.
DO NOT use the trampoline as a springboard to or from other objects. NEVER jump from or attempt to jump
to other objects, bodies of water, buildings or surfaces, or into or over the trampoline enclosure.
DO NOT allow other persons to go under, sit, stand or lie on the trampoline or the frame pads while the
trampoline is in use.
DO NOT use the trampoline set when under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication which may impair
the jumper’s judgement and coordination.
ALWAYS wear socks when using the trampoline.
ALWAYS remove jewelry, belt buckles or any other sharp objects before using the trampoline.
ALWAYS jump in the center of the trampoline mat (bed.)
ALWAYS secure the trampoline against unauthorized and unsupervised use.
NEVER wear footwear (e.g. shoes) when using the trampoline.
Children MUST NEVER use the trampoline set unless supervised by a responsible adult with knowledge of
trampoline use.
Children MUST NEVER be left unattended at any time.
Ensure the trampoline set is on level ground with a minimum of 8 feet (2.5M) clear space around the sides, 26
feet (8M) clear height space above and that no obstructions are under the trampoline.
ALWAYS watch for power lines, overhead cabling, and other hazards or obstructions above, around and
below the location where you are installing your trampoline set. Failure to do so can result in serious injury,
death, and property damage for which Pure Fun is not liable.
Ensure the Enclosure frame has been assembled correctly per the instructions in the manual.
This Enclosure is NOT a rebounding device, and it should NEVER be used for any other purpose (play pen,
dog run, etc.) or in a manner inconsistent with the information outlined in this manual.
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WARNINGS – GENERAL SAFETY ADVICE
Children MUST NEVER be left unattended inside the Enclosure.
We only recommend using the Enclosure with Pure Fun™ Trampolines. Any alterations to the construction or
materials of this Trampoline Set or deviations from the assembly instructions may result in unforeseeable
compromises in safety, and the consumer assumes all responsibility for doing so.
ALWAYS ensure the entrance to the Enclosure is fully closed and secure before jumping on Trampoline.
NEVER use the Enclosure Poles or Safety Net as a hand hold or grip to assist in entering or exiting the trampoline. This will result in damage to your Enclosure for which Pure Fun™ is not responsible.
ALWAYS enter and exit the enclosure through the zippered opening ONLY; use caution to prevent falls and/or
accidental strangulation.
NEVER attempt to crawl under or climb over the Safety Net to enter/exit the Enclosure area.
If the Safety Net material, Zipper or any other part of the Enclosure becomes damaged, cease using the trampoline immediately. Either remove the Net and Enclosure frame from the trampoline entirely and continue use
at your own risk, or cease use until you obtain the necessary replacement parts.
This Safety Net and Enclosure is ONLY intended to help prevent accidental falls from the trampoline mat/bed,
and then ONLY during recommended jumping exercises as described in Pure Fun™ Trampoline manuals.
NEVER attempt to rebound off of, swing or hang from the Safety Net or Enclosure poles, nor intentionally
attempt to jump into or over the netting, as this may result in serious injury, paralysis or death and severe
damage to the Enclosure and Trampoline. Pure Fun™ will not be responsible for any damage to the Trampoline and Enclosure or consequential injuries resulting from these practices.
NEVER let children take items or toys into the Enclosure.
ALWAYS remove jewelry, belt buckles and sharp objects before entering the Enclosure.
NEVER wear loose fitting clothing, items, or articles with hooks, loops or any features which can easily
become snagged in the Safety Net.
Mount and dismount from the trampoline and enclosure with care as injury may result. Children should be assisted when entering and exiting the trampoline to reduce the risk of falling.
The frame of your trampoline set is made of steel and it will conduct electricity. No electrical equipment (lights,
heaters, etc.) should be permitted on or around the trampoline under any circumstance.
Please read and refer to other warnings and use information in the trampoline instructions before use.
Dispose of all packaging materials safely and per local ordinance.
It is possible for the Trampoline and Safety Net to be blown about by high wind. If you anticipate high winds,
the Trampoline and Safety Net should be moved to a sheltered location or be disassembled. Pure Fun™ is not
responsible for any damage resulting from wind or extreme weather.
Please read these warnings and the information in this manual in its entirety. Failure to comply with
these instructions may increase the risk of serious injury and/or death:
TRAMPOLINE PLACEMENT
The minimum overhead clearance required is 26 feet (8 meters). It is also recommended that there is
at least 8 feet (2.5 meters) of clear space around your trampoline set. Ensure that no hazards or
obstructions are near the trampoline such as tree branches; swing sets or similar equipment; any
structures; swimming pools or bodies of water; electrical power wires or other utility cabling; walls,
fences, roof overhangs, etc.
Please be aware of the following when selecting a place for your trampoline:
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Trampoline must be placed on a level surface.
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The area must be well lit.
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All obstructions from overhead, underneath or around the trampoline must be removed.
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Do not use this trampoline indoors.
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Do not use this trampoline on any slippery or smooth floor surface, uneven or sloping ground surface.
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Do not place the trampoline on hard surfaces, such as asphalt, stone, concrete etc, as this can damage the frame.
You increase the risk of serious injury and/or death if you do not follow these guidelines.
Care & Use
This trampoline must be assembled by adults. It must be erected exactly as detailed in the assembly
instructions. Two adults are required to assemble this trampoline. This product should only be used
by children over the age of 6. Please ensure children under the age of 3 years old do not play with or
are given any part of this trampoline either when being assembled or when complete as it contains
small parts which may pose a choking hazard.
Please take care during assembly, as the manufacturing process can sometimes result in the
occasional sharp edge and small pieces of waste metalwork. The use of gloves to protect your hands
from pinch points during assembly is also strongly recommended. Should there be any missing parts,
the trampoline must not be used until replacement parts have been fitted.
Your trampoline must be placed on a flat and level surface which is well lit. Under no circumstances
should it be positioned on a hard surface such as concrete or asphalt, unless the ground under the
trampoline plus the recommended free space area is covered with a safety surface. Examples of
suitable surfaces are grass, sand or a play surface intended for this trampoline. It is important not to
place or store anything under your trampoline.
USAGE:
This trampoline is designed and made for family domestic use only within the recommended weight
limit of 250lbs (113kg) and only for individual jumpers at a time. This trampoline is not intended for
use outside of these guidelines. The user must remove footwear (shoes) before use. The user must
wear socks when using the trampoline. Misuse can result in injury. Inspect the trampoline before use
and always replace worn, defective or missing parts. The frame pad should always be fitted properly,
fully covering the trampoline frame and springs.
Supervision
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.
Remember!
Trampolines are rebounding devices which propel the user to unaccustomed heights and into a
variety of body movements. Rebounding off of the trampoline and striking the frame or springs,
intentionally bounding into the enclosure net or improperly landing on the trampoline mat (bed) may
cause serious injury.
Safety Information: This trampoline is designed and manufactured to provide you and your
family with many years of fun and exercise, but for your benefit and safety, please read this manual
carefully and in full before assembling and using your trampoline.
DO NOT allow more than one (1) person on the trampoline at a time. Multiple jumpers increase the
chance of someone becoming injured. Jumpers may collide with one another, fall off the trampoline,
fall on or through the springs or land incorrectly on the mat. Multiple jumpers increase the chances of
loss of control, collision and falling off. This can result in severe injury or death.
Always secure the trampoline against unauthorized and unsupervised use.
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 on or around the
equipment under any circumstances to avoid the risk of electrocution.
As your trampoline mat is raised off the ground, there is the risk of falling when entering or exiting the
trampoline. Children should be assisted when entering and exiting the trampoline to reduce their risk
of falling.
Do not flip, somersault or perform maneuvers which may cause you to land on the head or neck. Paralysis or death can result even if you land in the middle of the trampoline mat (bed).
We recommend that the user does not wear loose-fitting clothing or jewelry that may catch or snag
during play. Children should NOT wear helmets while playing on the trampoline. Ensure that children
do not walk or crawl underneath the trampoline even when not in use. Keep the area around and underneath free from all objects and obstacles at all times.
IMPORTANT: You must not use the trampoline if you have a medical history of neck or back injuries
or certain mental or physical conditions – an existing condition or injury dramatically increases the risk
of serious injury or death.
No modification should be carried out to the trampoline or any of its components. Any modification
could lead to damage to the product or result in a personal injury.
WEATHER CONDITIONS: Special care should be taken as weather conditions change. In
particular, a wet or dirty trampoline mat (bed) is too slippery for safe jumping. Gusty or severe winds
can cause jumpers to lose control. To reduce the chance of injury, use the trampoline only under
appropriate weather conditions. In cold weather, tongues and lips can stick to metal at sub zero
temperatures. In warmer and sunnier weather, parts can become extremely hot, and the temperature
should be regularly checked during play, especially metal parts.
HIGH WINDS: It is possible for the Trampoline to be blown about by high wind. If you anticipate
high winds, the Trampoline must be moved to a sheltered location, or be disassembled. Pure Fun™
is not responsible for any damage to property or product resulting from wind or extreme weather.
See last page of this manual for information on purchasing an Anchor Kit to help secure your trampoline against moderate to high winds.
JUMPER’S ROLE IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS
Education is the key to safety. Read, understand and practice all safety precautions and warnings
prior to using the trampoline. A controlled jump is when you land and take off from the same point on
the mat. For additional safety tips and instructions, contact a certified trampoline instructor.
Stay in control of your jumps. DO NOT move onto more complicated or more difficult maneuvers until
you have mastered the basic, fundamental bounce.
Always bounce in the middle of the bed. Bouncing near the edge of the bed can lead to injury and
can also stretch the springs. The frame pad is not designed nor intended to support the weight of the
trampoline user. Do not step or jump directly onto the frame pad.
Avoid bouncing too high. Stay low until you can control your bounce and land consistently in the
middle of the bed.
To regain control and stop your jump, bend your knees quickly when you land.
Do not use the trampoline or supervise a child’s use of the trampoline when under the influence of
alcohol, drugs or medications.
Allow each jumper a brief turn on the trampoline. Extended bouncing exposes an over tired user to
an increased risk of injury.
The trampoline mat is several feet from the ground. Jumping off the trampoline to the ground or any
other surface may result in injury. Jumping onto the trampoline from a roof, deck or other object also
represents a risk of injury. Smaller children may need assistance getting up on or down from the
trampoline. Mounting and dismounting properly should be a strict rule from the very beginning. 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 (bed). Do not step directly on the frame pad or
grasp the frame pad when mounting or dismounting the trampoline. Users should always place their
hands on the frame while mounting or dismounting. To dismount, jumpers should walk to the side of
the mat (bed), bend over and place one hand on the frame, then step from the mat to the ground.
Injury may result from hitting the frame or falling through the springs while jumping or getting on or
off the trampoline. Stay in the center of the trampoline mat when jumping. BE SURE TO KEEP THE
FRAME PAD IN PLACE TO COVER THE FRAME AT ALL TIMES. The frame pad is not designed
nor intended to support the weight of the trampoline user. Do not step or jump directly onto the frame
pad.
SUPERVISOR’S ROLE IN PREVENTING ACCIDENTS
The trampoline is designed and made for family domestic use only by people 6 years and older.
It is the responsibility of the supervisor(s) of trampoline users to provide knowledgeable and mature
supervision. Do not supervise a child’s use of the trampoline when under the influence of alcohol,
drugs or other medications. A supervisor needs to know and enforce all of 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 periods of time when supervision is unavailable or inadequate, this may require
that the trampoline be disassembled, placed in a secure area or otherwise secured against unauthorized use. It is the responsibility of the supervisor(s) to be sure that the users are fully aware of the
safety guidelines which are printed on the pads.
DISPOSAL INFORMATION
Never allow the trampoline parts to be placed or used near a fire. If it becomes necessary to dispose
of your equipment, remove springs and disassemble. Store safely and out of reach of children until it
can be properly disposed of. Remember to dispose of it in a safe place and manner so as not to present any safety hazards.
Check with your local recycler or retailer for recycling or disposal advice.
These instructions are issued in the interest of general safety for the public.
WARNING
Misuse and abuse of this trampoline is dangerous and can cause serious injury or death.
IMPORTANT
It is essential that the intended site for this trampoline is completely flat and level.
If the ground is not level this will cause movement in the frame and could cause
stress on the joined sections. The recommended safe play area is 8 feet (2.5m
around the trampoline on all sides and 26 feet (8m) above the top.
REMOVE all obstacles from play area. A safe play area must be on level ground,
free from all structures, landscaping, trees and branches, rocks, wires, sprinkler
heads and other obstacles. Children can be seriously injured running or colliding
into such obstacles.
NO MORE THAN ONE PERSON AT A TIME
ON THE TRAMPOLINE! MULTIPLE
JUMPERS WILL INCREASE THE RISK OF
SERIOUS INJURY, INCLUDING BROKEN
NECK, LEG, BACK OR HEAD INJRY.
DO NOT PERFORM SOMERSAULTS
(FLIPS), AS THIS WILL INCREASE THE
RISK OF LANDING ON THE HEAD OR
NECK, RESULTING IN INCREASED RISK
OF PARALYSIS OR DEATH.
ADULT ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
TWO ADULTS ARE REQUIRED TO ASSEMBLE
To assemble this trampoline you will need to use the included Spring Tool.
Do not discard or misplace Spring Tool. You will need this to remove/replace springs if required.
PRIOR TO ASSEMBLING:
Please visit: www.pureglobalbrands.com for any important product information updates
and/or additional safety warnings before assembling or using this product.
Use search word: 9010PS
As these are assembled separately, the assembly instructions/parts list for the trampoline are
below, followed by the enclosure assembly instructions/parts list on Page 18.
Please refer to the table for part descriptions and numbers.
Make sure you have all parts listed. If you are missing any parts, please contact customer service at
customerservice@puregbi.com or by calling 866-498-5269.
Choose a location on level ground and free from obstacles where you will be using your
trampoline. Assemble the trampoline in the location it will be used in to ensure proper
fit and clearance from environmental objects. If the trampoline must be moved once it is assembled,
you MUST securely tape the top rail frame joints and use a MINIMUM of 4 adults placed equidistant around the unit. Failure to do so may result in damage to the assembly.
NEVER DRAG OR ROLL THE ASSEMBLED TRAMPOLINE!
IMPORTANT: USE GLOVES TO PROTECT AGAINST PINCH POINTS DURING ASSEMBLY.
PARTS LIST - 10’ Trampoline - 60 Springs - (Enclosure parts list on page 18)
Reference Part
Description
Number
Number
1
A
Top Rail
2
B
Frame Pad
3
C
Trampoline Mat
4
D
Springs
5
E
Leg Extension
6
F
Leg Base
7
G
Hardware
8
H
Spring Tool
9
I
Safety Placard
10’
6
1
1
60
6
3
12
1
1
Enclosed are the current specifications and product features available at time of
printing, however, changes may be made in equipment, availability, specifications
and features without notice.
1.
2.
5.
4.
6.
3.
5.
7.
8.
WARNING: READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS, PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY
AND USE OF THIS EQUIPMENT.
ASSEMBLE TRAMPOLINE WHERE YOU WILL BE USING IT.
ONCE IT IS ASSEMBLED, MOVING YOUR TRAMPOLINE REQUIRES THAT YOU USE
AT LEAST 4 ADULTS PLACED EQUIDISTANT AROUND THE TRAMPOLINE.
IF IT MUST BE MOVED YOUR WARRANTY REQUIRES THAT YOU TAPE THE TOP
RAIL FRAME JOINTS TO PREVENT SLIPPAGE.
NEVER DRAG OR ROLL YOUR TRAMPOLINE IN ORDER TO MOVE IT!
STEP 1 – 10’ FRAME LAYOUT (3 LEGS)
Lay out the trampoline parts on the ground so that you start to form a circle with the top rail sections.
Make sure to keep the short posts on the top rail sections pointing down in the same direction all
around the circle.
STEP 2 – TOP RAIL AND SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
1. Assemble each of the Leg Bases to the
Leg Extensions.
Using a bolt and washer for each connection, tightly
attach the screws. Set these assembled pieces aside.
Be careful when setting the assembled pieces aside
that you do not bend the Leg Extensions.
It is recommended that two people perform the
following steps.
2. Connect the Top Rail Sections.
Attach the Top Rail sections together forming a
large circle. You may have to push the ends of the
last joint slightly towards the “center” of the circle
to line the sections together. The second person
should hold the joint on the opposite side while
you bring the remaining section together to form
the circle. Make sure that each of the joints are
snug before continuing.
3. Assemble the Leg Bases.
Attach the assembled Leg Base sections from Step 1
to the completed Top Rail. The second person should
watch the joints in the top rail during this step to
prevent slippage of the frame. Tightly secure the Leg
Bases to the Top Rail with a bolt and washer at each
connection.
ONCE YOUR TRAMPOLINE IS ASSEMBLED, MOVING IT REQUIRES THAT YOU securely tape
the top rail frame joints and use a MINIMUM of 4 adults placed equidistant around the unit. Failure
to do so will result in damage to the assembly.
NEVER DRAG OR ROLL YOUR TRAMPOLINE IN ORDER TO MOVE IT!!
STEP 3 – TRAMPOLINE MAT ASSEMBLY
WARNING: Be careful where you place your hands during spring assembly as connector points can pinch!
7. Lay out the Trampoline Mat (1) inside the frame.
The Logo and Sewn Safety Label should be facing upwards. Do not remove the Safety Label from the
trampoline mat. Please refer to the following page for instructions on the order of spring installation.
HOW TO USE THE SPRING TOOL
STEP 1: (Select your spring type A or B).
Attach tool to the free end of the spring with the hook end of the tool.
STEP 2: With the spring attached, pull the tool towards the frame, extending the spring so it can be hooked
into its corresponding spring hole in the top rail frame.
The following figures show how to connect the springs and tighten the trampoline
mat as evenly as possible:
A. Using a “clock” as a relative guide, choose a point that represents 12 o’clock on your jump mat. Attach a
spring to the V-ring of the jump mat. Attach the hook end of the tool to the other end of spring as shown in the
directions on the previous page and line up to the spring hole. With the spring attached to it, pull the tool and
attach the spring hook so it links up to the hole in the top rail. Following the diagram on the right, repeat this at
the 6 o’clock, 3 o’clock, and then 9 o’clock points. You should try to keep the springs straight following the
“point” in the V-ring to its corresponding hole, or you will encounter springs placed incorrectly into the
holes in the top rail as you progress. If this occurs, read Section C below.
B. Repeat this process to attach the remaining springs in a similar way. It is VERY IMPORTANT that the
trampoline mat should tighten as equally as possible. To achieve this, make sure that you always attach two
springs across from each other, otherwise you will not be able to attach all the springs due to the tension on
the trampoline mat. The tension will increase with the number of attached springs.
C. If you notice that a spring is not hooked directly to its corresponding hole in the top rail, but the tension is
too great to currently move it, leave the V-Ring empty on the jump mat that the hole in the top rail should
have been hooked to. Remember to also leave the hole in the top rail empty that the current, incorrectly
installed spring should have been hooked into so that this spring can be inserted there when tension allows for
correction of this issue.
D. After assembly, the space between all springs should be equal.
E. If you notice that you have skipped a hole and/or V-Ring connection, recount and remove or attach any
springs required. NEVER leave spaces on the V-Rings on the jump mat or empty holes on the top rail.
STEP 4 – SAFETY PLACARD ATTACHMENT
A. Using the tie wrap, attach the Safety Instruction Placard (8) to the trampoline. The tie wrap should go around
the Vertical Frame joint and the Top Rail to ensure it remains attached.
STEP 5 – FRAME PAD ASSEMBLY
You will need 2 adults to assemble the frame pad to keep it even during installation.
A. Lay the Frame Pad (2) over the trampoline so that the springs and the steel frame are covered. Ensure that the Frame Pad covers all metal parts.
B. Make sure that the stitched flap of the frame pad is able to be folded under the top rail.
C. Attach elastic bands to the tramp mat as shown below, but do NOT pull them too tight or they will break off after a period of use. The bands require a certain amount of slack, as they are attached to the jumping surface which will have significant vertical movement
during use. Failure to leave slack in the bands will result in the bands tearing loose from the pad, and/or the pad shifting off of the top rail upon use. For stability you should also
cross the band under itself when looping it around the top rail to prevent wear and tear on the stitched ends of
the elastic bands.
D.The trampoline pad should be the slightest bit loose so it “floats” a bit with movement. Keep in mind it will require readjustment after a period of use.
E. STOP using the trampoline if it shifts during use, and have an adult readjust it.
Enclosure Parts List & Assembly Instructions on Next Page
Enclosure Parts List & Assembly Instructions
Reference Number
Parts List - 10’ Enclosure - 6 Poles
Part Number
Description
10’ (3 Legs)
1
A
Upper Pole
6
2
B
Lower Pole
6
3
C
Quick Clamp
12
4
D
Safety Net
1
5
E
Pole Cap
6
6
F
Wrench
1
Parts Diagram for Enclosure
1. Upper Pole
3. Quick Clamp
2. Lower Pole
4. Safety Net
5. Pole Cap
6. Wrench
Read the Safety Warning information on Page 5 before assembling or using your Enclosure.
STEP 1 – Attach Lower Poles to Trampoline
Note: Each Enclosure Pole requires 2x Screws, Spacers, and
Nut Assemblies to attach it to a Trampoline leg.
A. As shown in Diagrams on the right, place the Enclosure Pole against
the Trampoline leg, making sure to place the Spacers between each pole
and leg.
B. Insert each Screw through the plastic Spacers and the pole. MAKE
SURE that the Lower Screw is inserted through the pole on the Leg Base
and the Upper Screw is inserted through the hole on the Leg Extension
(refer to the section on assembling the trampoline if you need clarification).
C. Secure the Pole to the Trampoline Leg with 2x Nuts and Washers.
D. Once the assembly has been completed properly, the support poles
should resemble the diagram below.
STEP 2 – Attach Upper Poles
A. If not already attached, place a Pole
Cap on each Upper Pole. Locate the Push
Button on the poles and adjust the Pole
Cap so the opening faces outward.
B. Take each assembled Upper Pole and
place it atop the Lower Pole which was
attached to the trampoline.
C. Secure by snapping the pieces together.
Ensure that the metal push button that
secures the poles together is fully seated in
its corresponding hole.
IMPORTANT: Before proceeding, make sure that all of the Pole Caps have their openings facing outwards.
If any caps need to be adjusted, remove the Upper Pole and turn the cap to its proper position and redo
Steps B and C from Step 2.
STEP 3 – Attach Safety Net Top
A. Lay the net loosely in between the poles and locate the edge with the clasped loops. This is the Safety Net’s
top. Position the Safety Net so that the opening is facing the desired side of the trampoline.
B. Open each clasp and guide the straps through the hole in a Pole Cap. Close the clasp, and ensure that it is
secure.
C. Once completely attached at the top, locate the ties at the bottom of the Safety Net.
D. Attach each elastic tie to the Trampoline Mat by placing it through a V-Ring in the mat and securely tying off
the elastic band.
IMPORTANT: The Safety Net may become tight as you near completion. It is recommended to have
another adult assist you in completing this process. The Safety Net should be tight but be careful not to pull too
hard from the netting or the bands themselves--try to direct most of the force from the stitched edges.
If you are experiencing an issue with attaching the net, untie any attached lower bands, and affix them in the
same manner that you attached the springs in; by alternately attaching bands directly across from each other.
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IMPORTANT CHECK LIST AFTER COMPLETION OF ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY
ENSURE THAT ALL LOWER ATTACHMENT BANDS ARE SECURE AND TIGHT
ENSURE THAT ALL UPPER ATTACHMENT CLASPS ARE SECURE AND TIGHT
ENSURE THAT ALL BOLTS AND NUTS ARE FASTENED SECURELY
ENSURE THAT THE SAFETY NET IS TAUT AND SECURED TIGHTLY (NO SAGGING)
THE SAFETY NET WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY OTHERWISE
REMEMBER: SECURE THE NET ENTRANCE WHEN TRAMPOLINE IS IN USE!
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL: Your trampoline is designed for year-round outdoor use, so it generally requires very little maintenance.
However, a little care and forethought can add years to your trampoline’s life. Remember that the bed (mat) and frame
pads are made of synthetic materials and are easily damaged by cigarettes, fireworks and bonfire debris.
With all products it is vital that the equipment is checked regularly and often by an adult. The complete product must be
checked before each use and particular attention should be paid to connections and fastenings. If any parts exhibit signs of wear and tear, they may need to be replaced. Failure to do this may result in the product malfunctioning and
causing an injury. The product must not be used until properly and fully installed and routinely checked. If you are uncertain about the condition of any part, please contact customerservice@puregbi.com and include a picture of the
damaged part or call 866-498-5269.
FRAME: Do not sit or stand on the frame or the frame pads while the trampoline is in use as this restricts the frame’s
natural reflex action. If surface rust appears it should be removed with either a wire brush or coarse sandpaper, and the
area treated with a non-toxic paint.
FRAME PAD: Frame pads are there to protect the user from any accidental 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.
THE MAT: The mat (bed) will, over the years, be gradually weakened by the effects of ultra violet radiation. Therefore,
the more it can be protected from direct sunlight the longer it will last. A little mold or mildew should not harm the mat. If
found, thoroughly clean and allow to fully dry before resuming use. When cleaning your mat, do not use bleach, other
harsh chemicals, or abrasive sponges or cleaners as this may damage the mat. Do make sure that shoes are removed
before bouncing and ensure that any other sharp objects such as belt buckles, brooches and jewelry are also not worn.
THE SPRINGS: NEVER stand on the springs while the trampoline is in use. Try not to bounce near the springs. They
are not designed for this sort of stress and can become stretched and weakened. If you find you have any damaged or
stretched springs, it is important to replace them as soon as possible to avoid potential damage to the trampoline mat and
tension overload on the remaining good springs.
IMPORTANT:
This trampoline was designed and manufactured with quality materials and craftsmanship. With proper care and
maintenance, it will provide all jumpers with years of exercise, fun and enjoyment. Please follow the guidelines below:
This trampoline is designed to withstand a specific weight and usage. Ensure only one person uses the trampoline at any
one time. People over 250 pounds (113kgs) should not use the trampoline. Jumpers should wear socks or gymnastics
shoes when using the trampoline. Street shoes or tennis shoes should NOT be worn while using the trampoline. To limit
damage, do not allow pets onto the mat. Jumpers should remove all sharp objects from their person prior to using the
trampoline. All sharp or pointed objects should be kept off the trampoline mat at all times.
Always inspect the trampoline before each use for worn, damaged or missing parts.
LOOK FOR:
Punctures, holes or tears in the trampoline mat
Sagging trampoline mat
Loose stitching or any kind of deterioration of the mat
Bent or broken frame parts, especially the legs and top rail
Broken, missing or damaged springs
Damaged, missing or insecurely attached frame pad
Protrusions of any type (especially sharp) on the frame, spring or mat
No modification should be carried out to the trampoline or any of its components. Any modification could lead to damage
to the product or to personal injury.
IF YOU FIND ANY OF THE PREVIOUS CONDITIONS, OR ANYTHING ELSE THAT YOU FEEL COULD
CAUSE HARM TO ANY USER, THE TRAMPOLINE SHOULD BE DISASSEMBLED OR SECURED FROM
USE UNTIL THE CONDITION(S) HAS BEEN RECTIFIED.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE (continued)
THE ENCLOSURE:
THE POLES: Never use the poles as a hand hold to mount or dismount the trampoline. This may damage the poles over
time. Do not hang any items from the poles as this may damage the poles, netting, and/or present a strangulation hazard.
Always check the connections for the poles before use. If a pole is bent it must be replaced before the enclosure is able to
be used.
THE NETTING: Always make sure that the netting is snug and secure before each use. A sagging net will not provide
the necessary protection in case of an accidental fall against the enclosure perimeter. Look for tears, rips and stretching in
the net. If found, the netting must be replaced before the enclosure is able to be used.
THE ENTRY/EXIT: Always secure the entryway while the trampoline is in use. Jumpers can fall out of the enclosure if
the entryway is not properly secured. You should also secure the entryway when you are done to provide some protection
against unauthorized and unsupervised use by children. If the entryway is damaged, the netting must be replaced before
the enclosure is able to be used.
THE STRAPS: Check the connections at the top and bottom of the enclosure net before each use. Make sure the clasps
are not damaged and are fully connected. When checking the ties at the bottom, make sure they are securely attached to
both the V-Rings and at their stitching to the net. If any damage is found to any of the above components, the netting and/
or straps must be replaced before the enclosure is able to be used.
TO DISASSEMBLE OR MOVE THE TRAMPOLINE SET:
MOVING THE TRAMPOLINE
When moving the trampoline, a minimum of four people are required. All connecting points on the top rails
should be securely and tightly wrapped with weather resistant tape, such as duct tape. This will keep the frame intact during the move and prevent the connector points from dislocating and separating. When moving, lift the trampoline slightly
off the ground and keep it horizontal to the ground. Never drag or roll the trampoline. For any type of other move, you
should disassemble the trampoline. After any move please conduct a full safety inspection.
TO DISASSEMBLE (ADULTS REQUIRED)
1. If equipped, unattach the Enclosure Netting by untying the net bottom, and then releasing the clasps at the top. Fold
and store the net neatly in a dry, cool place where it will not be damaged or torn.
2. If equipped, remove the Enclosure hardware (Steel Jigs, Spacers, etc.) attaching the poles to the trampoline. Store this
hardware in a re-sealable plastic bag for later reassembly. Remove and store the poles in a dry, safe location where they
will not present a tripping hazard or become damaged.
3. Carefully remove the springs one at a time in the same manner you attached them but in
reverse using the Spring Tool. Be very careful of pinch points or damaged springs which may snap during removal. Inspect each spring and discard any damaged parts.
Replacement springs or a misplaced Spring Tool can be ordered by calling 866-498-5269. Store springs in a plastic storage bin or heavy duty box. When reassembling, never use the trampoline without the full amount of springs.
4. Neatly fold the mat and store in a dry, cool place where it will not be damaged.
5. Remove the hardware securing the Leg Extensions to the Top Rail. Store this hardware separately from any other
hardware in a resealable plastic bag so there is no confusion during reassembly.
6. If space is available it is not necessary to disassemble the Leg Extension from the Leg Base; you can keep it as it is. It
will make re-assembly easier. (See diagram 4)
7. Once the Leg Bases have been removed, separate the Top Rail Sections. If you have discarded the shipping box, you should use twine or painter’s tape to secure them together during storage.
INFORMATION ON USE OF THE TRAMPOLINE
Initially, get accustomed to the feel and bounce of the trampoline. The focus must be on the
fundamentals of your body position and you should practice each bounce (the basic bounces) until
you can perform each with ease and control.
To break a bounce, flex your knees sharply before your feet come in contact with the mat.
This technique should be practiced as you are learning each of the basic bounces.
The skill of braking should be used whenever you lose balance or control of your jump.
Always learn the simplest bounce first and be consistent with the control of your bounce before
moving on to more difficult and advanced bounces. A controlled bounce is when your take off point
and landing point is the same spot on the mat. If you move up to the next bounce without first
mastering the previous, you increase your risk of injury.
Do not bounce on the trampoline for extended periods of time as fatigue can increase your risk of
injury. Bounce only for a brief period of time. Only one person should bounce on the trampoline at a
time.
Jumpers should wear a t-shirt, shorts or sweats and regulation gymnastics shoes, heavy socks or
be barefoot. If you are just beginning, you may want to wear long sleeve shirts and pants to protect
against scrapes and abrasions until you master correct landing positions and form. Do not wear hard
sole shoes, such as tennis shoes, on the trampoline as this will cause excessive wear on the mat.
You should always mount and dismount properly in order to avoid injury. To mount properly, you
should place your hand on the frame and step or roll up onto the frame, over the springs, and onto the
trampoline mat. Always remember to place your hands onto the frame while mounting or dismounting.
Do not step directly onto the frame pad or grasp the frame pad. To dismount properly, move to the
side of the trampoline and place your hand onto the frame as a support and step from the mat to the
ground. Smaller children should be assisted when mounting and dismounting.
Do not bounce recklessly on the trampoline, as this will increase your risk of injury. The key to safety
and having fun on the trampoline is control and mastering the various bounces. Never try to outbounce another bouncer in terms of height!
Never allow use of the trampoline by children without ADULT supervision.
SAFETY CONCERN SITUATIONS:
Mounting and Dismounting: Be very careful when getting on and off the trampoline. DO NOT
mount the trampoline by grabbing the frame pad, by stepping onto the springs, or by jumping onto the
mat from any surface (e.g. a deck, roof, or ladder) as this will increase your risk of injury.
DO NOT dismount by jumping off the trampoline. If small children are playing on the trampoline, they
may need help in mounting and dismounting.
Use of Alcohol or Drugs: DO NOT consume any alcohol or drugs before or while using this
trampoline as this will impair your judgment, reaction time and overall physical coordination.
Multiple Jumpers: NEVER have multiple jumpers (more than one person on the trampoline at any
one time), as you increase the chance of getting injured or damaging the trampoline. Injuries could
occur when you fly off the trampoline, lose control, collide with the other jumper(s), or land on the
springs. Generally, the lightest person on the trampoline will get injured.
Striking the Frame or Springs: When playing on the trampoline, STAY in the center of the mat.
This will reduce your risk of injury from the frame or springs. Always keep the frame pad on the frame.
DO NOT jump or step onto the frame pad, it is not intended to support the weight of a person.
Loss of Control: DO NOT try difficult maneuvers until you have mastered the previous maneuver
as this will increase your risk of injury. A controlled jump is when your take off point and landing point
are on the same spot on the mat. If you lose control when you are jumping on the trampoline, bend
your knees sharply when you land and this will allow you to stop your jump and regain control.
Somersaults (Flips): DO NOT PERFORM somersaults of any type (backwards or forwards) on
this trampoline as this will increase your risk of injury to your neck or back, WHICH MAY RESULT
in DEATH OR PARALYSIS.
Foreign Objects: DO NOT use the trampoline if there are pets, other people, animals or any
objects beneath, above or near the trampoline as this will increase the risk of an injury occurring. DO
NOT hold any foreign objects in your hand and DO NOT place any objects on the trampoline. Please
be aware of what is overhead when you are using the trampoline. Tree branches, wires or other
objects located above the trampoline may result in injury or death.
Poor Maintenance of Trampoline: A trampoline in poor condition will increase your risk of
injury. Please inspect the trampoline before each use for bent steel tubes, torn mat, loose or broken
springs and overall stability of the trampoline.
Weather Conditions: Please be aware of the weather conditions when using the trampoline. Do
not use trampoline if the mat is wet. Do not use the trampoline in windy conditions.
Limiting Access: When the trampoline is not in use, always secure it against access. Remove
ladders, step stairs, etc. to prevent unauthorized and unsupervised access.
LESSON PLAN
The following lessons are recommended in order to learn basic steps and bounces before moving
onto more difficult or complicated bounces. You should read and understand all safety instructions
before mounting the trampoline. A complete discussion and demonstration of body mechanics and
trampoline guidelines should occur between the supervisor and student.
Lesson 1
A. Mounting and Dismounting - Demonstration of proper techniques.
B. The Basic Bounce - Demonstration and practice.
C. Braking (Checking the Bounce) - Demonstration and practice. Learn to stop on command.
D. Hands and Knees - 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 - 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 Knee Bounce and then extend body into prone position, land on the mat and return to
feet.
D. Practice Routine - Knee Bounce, Front Bounce, back to feet, Seat Bounce, back to feet.
Lesson 4
A. Review and practice skills and techniques learned in previous lessons.
B. Half-Turn.
- Start from Front Drop position. As you make contact with the mat, push off with arms in either the
right or left direction and turn head and shoulders in same direction.
- During turn, be sure to keep back parallel to mat and head up.
- After completing turn, land in Front Drop position.
After completing this lesson, the student now has a basic understanding of trampoline bounces.
Jumpers should be encouraged to develop their own routines with emphasis on control and form.
A game that can be played in order to encourage students to try and develop routines is “BOUNCE”.
In this game, players count off from 1 to 10. Player one starts with a maneuver. Player two has to do
Player One’s maneuver and add on another. Player Three does the maneuvers of One and Two and
then adds a third maneuver. This continues until a player cannot 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. Do 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.
BASIC TRAMPOLINE BOUNCES
THE BASIC BOUNCE
Start from standing position, feet shoulder width
apart and head up and eyes on mat. Swing arms
forward, up and around in a circular motion. Bring
feet together while in mid-air and point toes downward. Keep feet shoulder width apart when landing on mat.
KNEE BOUNCE
Start with basic bounce and keep it low. Land on
knees keeping back straight, and body erect. Use
arms to maintain balance. Bounce back to basic
bounce position by swinging arms up
SEAT BOUNCE
Land in a flat sitting position. Place hands on
mat besides hips. Return to erect position by
pushing with hands.
FRONT BOUNCE
Start with a low bounce. Land in prone (face
down) position and keep hands and arms extended forward on mat. Push off the mat with arms to
return to standing position.
180-DEGREE BOUNCE
Start with front bounce position. Push off with left
or right hand and arm (depending on which way
you wish to turn). Maintain head and shoulders in
the same direction and keep back parallel to mat
and head up. Land in prone position and return to
standing position by pushing up with hands and
arms.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Question: “I need to mow the grass under my trampoline” or “I need to move my
trampoline across the yard. What is the best way to do this?”
Answer: ONCE YOUR TRAMPOLINE IS ASSEMBLED, TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE UNIT MOVING THE
TRAMPOLINE REQUIRES THAT YOU TAPE THE TOP RAIL FRAME JOINTS TO PREVENT SLIPPAGE.
MOVING IT OVER DISTANCES REQUIRES THAT YOU USE AT LEAST 4 ADULTS PLACED EQUIDISTANT
AROUND THE TRAMPOLINE. NEVER DRAG OR ROLL YOUR TRAMPOLINE IN ORDER TO MOVE IT!
Question: “My frame pad keeps shifting after just a few minutes of use. What can
I do?”
Answer: YOU PROBABLY HAVE YOUR FRAME PAD TOO TIGHT. RE-SEAT THE PAD BY TAKING IT COMPLETELY OFF, AND FOLLOWING THE DIRECTIONS IN STEP 5. REMEMBER: DO NOT TRY TO STRETCH
THE ELASTIC BANDS TO THEIR TIGHTEST POINT. THE BANDS NEED SOME GIVE AS THE JUMP MAT
THEY ARE ATTACHED TO WILL MOVE SIGNIFICANTLY WHEN SOMEONE IS JUMPING ON THE TRAMPOLINE.
Question: “I need to order springs” or “I need to order a new frame pad, who do I
contact?”
Answer: YOU CAN PURCHASE SPRINGS, FRAME PADS, JUMP MATS AND EVEN LARGE STEEL DIRECTLY FROM PURE FUN. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR REQUEST VIA E-MAIL AT:
customerservice@puregbi.com, OR YOU CAN CALL 866-498-5269 TO SPEAK WITH A REPRESENTATIVE.
IF YOU STILL HAVE YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR A DISCOUNTED RATE
EVEN IF YOU ARE OUT OF WARRANTY.
Question: “Can I use any brand enclosure for my trampoline, or just Pure Fun?”
Answer: ENCLOSURE DESIGNS ARE VERY SIMILAR, BUT THERE ARE SOME SPECIFIC DIMENSIONS
LIKE WIDTH BETWEEN LEGS AND SPRING SIZE WHICH CAN AFFECT THE CIRCUMFRENCE OF THE
TRAMPOLINE FRAME. AS SUCH, WE CANNOT SAY WITH CONFIDENCE WHETHER OR NOT ANOTHER
BRAND’S ENCLOSURE WILL FIT YOUR TRAMPOLINE.
Question: “Something was missing from the packaging,” or “I discovered a damaged piece. What should I do?”
Answer: CONTACT PURE FUN CUSTOMER SERVICE AT: customerservice@puregbi.com or by calling
866-498-5269. YOU MUST HAVE YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE AND/OR ORDER CONFIRMATION AVAILABLE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR WARRANTY REPLACEMENT. YOU MUST REPORT MISSING PIECES
WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT UNDER OUR LIMITED WARRANTY, FOR SOME PARTS WE REQUIRE A PICTURE OF THE DAMAGED ITEM AND/OR RETURN OF
THE ITEM TO OUR QUALITY CONTROL OFFICE FOR REVIEW.
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