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Propel Trampolines Preschool Trampoline Specifications
All Trampoline Models with Enclosure
Do Not return this product to the store. Instead, please visit our
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contact information. Our friendly customer service staff can help
you with any problems or questions that may arise during the
assembly, installation, use, maintenance, or repair of your
Trampoline.
These Trampolines and Safety Enclosures meet and exceed all
2010 standards of the American Society for Testing and Materials.
WARNING
Read all assembly, installation, care, maintenance, and use
instructions in this manual prior to assembling and using this
Trampoline and Enclosure.
Please save this manual for future reference and check our
website for the latest manual revisions.
LIABILITY DISCLAIMER:
While every attempt is made to embody the highest degree of protection in all equipment, we cannot
guarantee freedom from injury. The user assumes all risk of injury due to use, assembly, or transportation.
All merchandise is sold on this condition, which no representative of the company can waive or change.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS - 4
WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT - 5
BEFORE YOU BEGIN - 6
USE AND INSTRUCTION MATERIAL - 7
INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM AND MODEL LESSONS - 8
ASSEMBLY INFORMATION - 11
FRAME ASSEMBLY - 12
ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY - 14
ATTACHING THE SAFETY ENCLOSURE TO THE JUMPING MAT - 17
SAFETY PAD ASSEMBLY - 18
MOVING THE TRAMPOLINE - 20
DISASSEMBLY - 20
CARE & MAINTENENCE - 21
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS - 22
TRAMPOLINE PARTS LIST - 23
ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST - 24
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS - 25
WARRANTY INFORMATION - 26
WARRANTY REGISTRATION - 27
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WARNING
In addition to any other instructions and precautions provided with your
Trampoline, the following must be observed while using the Trampoline.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury, read and
follow all of the warnings, precautions, and instructions in
this manual before you assemble and use this Trampoline
and Enclosure Combination. Please read all warning labels
on the Trampoline frame, jumping mat, and Enclosure
netting.
1.
The owner and supervisors of the trampoline are responsible to
make all users aware of practices specified in the use
instructions. Read all safety instructions and complete all
assembly before using the Trampoline and Safety Enclosure.
2. Place the Trampoline and Enclosure is on a level surface before
each use.
3. Adequate overhead clearance is essential. A minimum of 24feet
from ground level is recommended. Provide clearance for
wires, tree limbs, and other possible hazards. Lateral (sideways)
clearance is essential. Place the trampoline away from walls,
structures, fences, and other play areas. Maintain a clear space
on all sides of the trampoline.
4. Use the Trampoline in a well-lit area. Artificial illumination
may be required for indoor or shady areas. Note: The
galvanized steel frame of the Trampoline Enclosure will
conduct electricity. Lights, extension cords, and all such
electrical equipment must never be allowed to contact the
Trampoline or Enclosure.
5. Be sure the Trampoline is only used with the owner’s
permission.
6. Always inspect the Trampoline and Enclosure before use. Any
worn, defective, or missing parts must be repaired and/or
replaced before use. Replacement parts may be obtained by
visiting our website.
7. Prior to use, make sure the area around the Trampoline is clear
and remove any obstructions from beneath the Trampoline.
8. The15-foot Trampolines are designed for users weighing under
300 pounds. The 14-foot Trampolines are designed for those
weighing under 275 pounds. The 12-foot Trampolines are for
those under 250 pounds. Children less than 6 years old should
not use this Trampoline and Enclosure Combination. See our
website for the Propel Pre-School Trampoline.
9. NEVER let more than one person at a time jump on or use the
Trampoline.
10. If your Trampoline is not assembled correctly, following all
instructions and warnings contained herein, SERIOUS INJURY
OR DEATH MAY OCCUR.
11. This Trampoline should only be used when a responsible adult,
who knows the proper safety precautions, is present to
supervise and oversee all trampoline activity.
12. Always climb on to and off of the Trampoline through the
Enclosure entrance. Never jump to or from the Trampoline and
Enclosure Combination when getting on or off. Climb
carefully on and off the Trampoline, only through the Safety
Enclosure entrance, then securely close the entrance.
13. Never use the Trampoline without the Enclosure in place and
securely attached to the Trampoline. Failure to do so may
cause serious injury or death.
14. All users must maintain control at all times during use. For
additional guidelines please refer to our Instructional Program
and Model Lessons found in this manual.
15. Do not use the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination if you
are physically or mentally impaired in any way.
16. Do not use the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination if you
have any foreign objects on you or if there are any foreign
objects within the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
17. Wear comfortable clothing free of hooks, snaps, drawstrings or
anything which may snag or catch in the Safety Enclosure
mesh.
18. Remove jewelry, necklaces and earrings. Never wear shoes of
any kind other than regular gymnastic shoes. Sports socks are
preferred.
19. Do not use this Trampoline and Enclosure Combination if the
jumping surface is damp or wet.
20. Do not use the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination in any
form of inclement weather.
21. Use of this Trampoline and Enclosure Combination promotes
vigorous exercise. Always obtain your physician’s approval
before beginning any exercise program.
22. Do not attempt or allow somersaults on the Trampoline.
Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis,
or death--even when landing in the center of the bouncing mat.
23. This Trampoline is for recreational and leisure use only and is
not intended for professional use.
24. Do not attempt to jump over, crawl under, kick, cut,
hang from, or intentionally bounce into, or rebound from the
Enclosure. The Trampoline Enclosure is designed to keep users
away from the frame and springs for added safety in jumping.
Touching the Enclosure in any way will decrease the life of the
Enclosure and increase risks to Trampoline users.
25. Do not attach anything to the Enclosure that is not a
manufacturer-approved accessory or part of the Enclosure
system.
26. The Enclosure included with this Trampoline is to be used only
with this Trampoline model.
27. Jump only in the center of the jumping mat.
28. Secure the Trampoline against unauthorized and unsupervised
use.
29. Learn fundamental bounces and body positions thoroughly.
30. Avoid bouncing when tired.
31. Keep objects, people, and pets away which could interfere with
the jumper.
32. NEVER use the Trampoline when under the influence of drugs
or alcohol.
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WARNING LABEL PLACEMENTS
Trampoline Frame Labels
Note: These labels are not shown at their actual size.
Enclosure Frame Labels (Samples Only)
These labels have been attached to the Trampoline Enclosure in the indicated locations. If one of the labels
is missing or illegible, please visit our web site at www.propeltrampolines.com to request a replacement.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Thank you for selecting a Propel Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
This Trampoline and Enclosure Combination comes equipped with warnings and
instructions for its proper assembly, care, maintenance, and use. This information must be
read by all supervisors and users before any person is allowed to use it.
After reading this manual, if you have further questions, or if you would like to contact the
manufacturer directly, please visit our web site at www.propeltrampolines.com.
Follow all warnings pictured below. If you have any questions regarding these warnings,
visit our web site at www.propeltrampolines.com.
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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL
AND RULES FOR USE
OVERVIEW OF TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE COMBINATION USE
The first practice sessions of your new Trampoline and Enclosure Combination use should
focus on learning fundamental body positions and practicing the eight basic jumps (see
pages 9-10).
During this learning period, jumpers should practice these basic techniques and perfect
them. Braking, or checking the jump, should be taught first and stressed as a safety
measure. Jumpers should break their jump whenever they start to lose their balance or
control. Do this by flexing the knees sharply upon landing and absorbing the upward thrust
of the mat. This allows the jumper to stop suddenly and avoid losing control.
With any Trampoline use, the takeoff and landing points of a good, controlled jump are at
the same place. A skill is considered learned only when a jumper is able to perform it
correctly time after time. Jumpers should never go on to more advanced jumps until they
can perform all eight basic jumps correctly each time.
These rules must always be properly followed:
1. Appropriate clothing should be worn, and could consist of a T-shirt and shorts. However,
beginning jumpers may wish to wear loose-fitting, protective clothing such as a longsleeved shirt and long pants, until correct landing techniques are mastered. This will reduce
the chance of mat (bed) burns from improper landings on elbows and knees.
2. Jumpers should wear regulation gymnastic shoes or heavy socks, or they may jump
barefoot. Street shoes or tennis shoes should not be worn when using the Trampoline and
Enclosure Combination as they cause excessive wear on the Trampoline mat. Additionally,
street shoes will introduce foreign materials to the jumping surface, causing it to wear
prematurely.
3. Jumpers should never practice alone and unsupervised.
4. Only one person should be inside the Enclosure and Trampoline at a time.
5. Uncontrolled jumping should not be permitted under any circumstances. All skills should
be learned at moderate jumping heights. Control, rather than height, should be emphasized.
6. Due to the Enclosure, the only way to exit the Trampoline is to climb through the door and
off the Trampoline. Use caution when exiting from the Trampoline to the ground surface.
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INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM AND MODEL LESSONS
The following lessons are examples of an instructional program. They should follow a
complete discussion and demonstration of body mechanics between the supervisor and the
student(s). See pages 9 and 10 for descriptions of basic jumping skills.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lesson 1
Mounting and dismounting (entering and exiting the Enclosure)—Demonstration and practice of proper
techniques.
Fundamental jump—Demonstration and practice.
Braking (stopping the jump)—Demonstration and practice. Braking on command.
Hand and knee drop—Demonstration and practice, stressing four-point landing and alignment.
Lesson 2
1. Review and practice all skills previously learned.
2. Knee drop—Half twist to the right, to the left, to the feet, and then to the knees.
3. Seat drop—Half twist to the feet. Seat drop, knee drop, hand and knee drop, repeat.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Lesson 3
Review and practice all skills previously learned.
Front drop—To save time and avoid mat (bed) burns, all students should be requested to assume the front
drop position on the floor while the instructor checks for faults.
Suggested progression: from hand and knee jump, the body is extended for the landing in the front drop
position, and the rebound is made to the feet.
Practice routine—Hand and knee drop, front drop, feet, seat drop, half twist to feet.
Lesson 4
1. Review and practice all skills previously learned.
2. Back drop—Demonstration, emphasizing the forward thrust of the hips by arching the body as one leg is
brought forward from the standing (not jumping) position, and the drop to the back with the chin held
forward to the chest and eyes forward on the frame pad. Supervising this skill is most important.
Demonstration of back drop with low jump and practice of both techniques.
Lesson 5
1. Review and practice all skills previously learned, encouraging original routines based on them.
2. Half turntable—Start from the front drop position and push to the left or right with the hands. Turn the
head and shoulders in the same direction. Keep the back parallel to the mat and the head up. After
completing a half turn, land in the front drop position.
Lesson 6
1. Review and practice all skills previously learned.
2. Swivel hips—Suggested progression: seat drop, feet, half twist, repeat; seat drop, half twist to feet, repeat;
seat drop, half twist to seat drop.
3. Half turntable.
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Fundamental Jump
1. Start from a standing position with your head
erect and your eyes on the frame pad.
2. Swing your arms forward and up in a circular
motion.
3. Bring your feet together and point your toes
downward while in the air.
4. Keep your feet about 15 inches apart when
landing on the mat.
Hand and Knee Drop
1. Start bouncing from a standing position,
keeping your eyes on the frame pad.
2. Land on the mat on your hands and knees.
3. Push with your hands and come back up to an
erect position.
Knee Drop
1. Start bouncing from a standing position,
keeping your eyes on the frame pad.
2. Land on your knees, keeping your back
straight and your body erect.
3. Come back up to an erect position.
Back Drop
1. Start from a low bounce and land on your
back.
2. Keep your chin forward on your chest as you
land.
3. Kick forward and up with your legs to return
to an erect position.
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Seat Drop
1. Land in a sitting position with your legs
parallel to the mat.
2. Place your hands on the mat beside your hips.
3. Push with your hands to return to an erect
position.
Half Turntable
1. Start from the front drop position and push to
the left or right with your arms to begin
turning your body in the opposite direction.
2. Turn your head and shoulders toward the
direction that your body is turning.
4. Keep your back parallel to the mat and your
head up.
5. After completing a half turn, land in the front
drop position.
Front Drop
1. Start from a low bounce and land on the mat in
a prone position.
2. Keep your head up and your arms extended
forward on the mat.
3. Push with your arms to return to an erect
position.
Swivel Hips
1. Start with a seat drop.
2. Turn your head to the left or right and swing
your arms up in the same direction.
3. Turn your hips in the same direction as your
head and arms, completing a twist.
4. Land in the seat drop position.
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ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT ASSEMBLY INFORMATION
 You will need a Phillips screw driver (not included), and two adjustable wrenches (not
included) to assemble this Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
 Assembly requires two adults.
 Wear gloves to protect your hands from pinch points during assembly.
 To extend the life of your product, a thin film of oil has been applied to all metal parts.
Therefore, you should wear clothing and gloves, during assembly, which will not be
damaged by any slight oil residue or stain. When product is completely assembled, all
metal parts with oil film will be covered.
TRAMPOLINE PLACEMENT
 Place the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination on a level surface to assemble and use it.
 Adequate overhead and lateral clearance is imperative. Place the Trampoline and
Enclosure Combination away from walls, structures, fences, sidewalks, and other play
areas.
 A minimum of 24 feet (7.3 meters) of overhead clearance is required. This space must be
free from all wires, tree limbs, and any other potential hazards. Always have a clear space
of at least 6 feet (1.8 meters) on all sides of the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
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Insert one of the Legs (3) into one of the Sockets (which were previously assembled in Step
One). Insert the other Leg into the other Socket. Press down on both Legs at the same
time to ensure that they are fully inserted into the Sockets.
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 until all Legs are assembled for your Trampoline.
Note: You may need to pull outward on the Legs as you insert them into the Sockets. This
step was intentionally designed to keep your Trampoline tightly assembled.
Step 3 - Stand two Leg sections up and hold them in the positions shown in the figure
below.
Insert the small end of the Frame Tube into the T-Bracket (A). Repeat this step, inserting
each Leg section into the next one to complete the Trampoline Frame Circle.
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Step 4 – Lay the Mat on the ground inside the Trampoline Frame Circle. Make sure the
two Warning Decals are on top of the Mat.
Step 5 – Attaching the Springs---Connect the short end of a Spring to a V-Ring on the Mat,
and attach the long end of the Spring to a Spring Opening on the Frame Circle.
Step 6 – Count 9 V- Rings and attach the next Spring to the Mat. Repeat this distance until
you have attached 6 Springs. Follow this pattern until all Springs are attached.
(Note: For the 12 Foot Trampoline, count 7 V-Rings, rather than the 9 listed above.)
Caution: We recommend wearing leather gloves while attaching the Springs.
Be careful where you place your hands as the Spring and Frame joints can pinch.
Enclosure Assembly
Read and understand all Enclosure assembly instructions
before beginning the assembly process.
Step 1 – Unfold the Enclosure to a large rectangle lying on top of the Mat. Locate the
zipper opening. Please ensure zipper is facing out.
Step 2 – Before assembling your Enclosure Posts (poles) locate the Net Straps sewn to the
top edge of the Enclosure and connect all Bungee Loops with Bolts to your Safety
Enclosure Net.
Net Strap sewn to top edge of Enclosure.
Bungee Loop with Bolt. This is
used to connect the Net Strap on the
Enclosure to the Upright Post.
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Step 3 – For greater ease in connecting the Bungee Loop with Bolt to the Net Strap, insert
the Bolt up through the Net Loop and then bring it down through the resulting Loop in the
Bungee Cord, as shown in the photos below. Tighten the Loop as shown below.
Bungee Cord with Bolt being attached to the
Net Strap.
Bungee Cord with Bolt firmly attached
to Net Strap.
The upright Post comes in two pieces, an upper (dog-legged) and a lower (straight) Post.
Upper (dog leg) piece of Upright Post
Step 4 – Connect one Upper (dog leg) Post segment and one Lower Post segment together,
making sure to match the holes in the two segments. Secure the Posts with a Screw in the
center hole. (See photo on following page.) Continue this procedure until all Posts are
joined.
Caution: Do not over-tighten the Screw or the hole will be stripped out.
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Upper (dog leg) and Straight Sections of Upright Posts joined and secured with a Screw.
Step 5 – Insert the free end of the Bungee Cord Bolt through the holes near the top of the
Upright Post. Secure it with the corresponding Nut. Tighten the Nut with a wrench. Repeat
this procedure for each Upright Post.
Bungee Cord Bolt inserted through Upright Post and
secured with Nut.
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Step 6 – Stand the Post upright with the Dog Leg section facing outward. Insert the bottom
of the Post through the hole in the Pad and down into its corresponding T-Bracket slot. This
eliminates the need for a stepladder, allowing the Enclosure to be completely erected from
ground level. Repeat this process for the remaining Upright Posts.
Step 7 – DO NOT attach the Enclosure Posts with the Bolts and Nuts. This will be
completed later, as the last step in assembling your trampoline.
Attaching the Safety Enclosure to the Jumping Mat
Your Trampoline Enclosure is designed to be tied down to the jumping Mat with Strings
sewn directly to the underside of the Mat.
a. Starting directly under an enclosure post, thread one of the closest strings (attached to
the Trampoline) up through an opening about 1/2 inch high in the mesh of the netting
base.
b. Then thread the string down through a V-Ring on the end of the jumping mat.
c. Securely tie the two Strings with a Double Bowknot. (A Double Bowknot is a bowknot
with an extra knot tied in the resulting two loops. It is commonly used to tie
children’s shoe laces.)
d. Go directly to the next Enclosure post and repeat steps "a" through "c" above.
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e. Work around the entire trampoline, with a tie at the base of each Enclosure post.
f. Once there is a tie at the base of each post of your Enclosure, continue this process for
each tie, working all the way around the Trampoline. Be sure to pull the bottom of
Enclosure very tightly away from the last knot each time, before threading the next
string through the mesh of the Enclosure. (If you do not pull the Enclosure tightly each
time, it may be difficult to attach the last few strings.)
Note that in the photo below, the Enclosure has been firmly tied in place on the outer edge of the Jumping
Mat and at each V-Ring Tab location. You can see the ends of the V-Rings protruding below the Enclosure
base. Check your Trampoline regularly to make sure that the Tie-Down Strings are always securely tied.
This picture shows the bows tied only once. They are now ready to be secured with the extra knots.
Safety Pad Assembly
1. When all ties are securely fastened, gently remove each enclosure post from its
corresponding T-Bracket slot and carefully place it on the jumping mat.
2. Your improved Safety Pad (which covers the springs) comes in one piece. Lay the Pad on
top of the Springs, with the Spring Loops facing down. Make sure you place each hole in
the Pad directly over the top of the corresponding upright T-Bracket (B).
3. In case of high wind, Spring Loops have been added to the bottom side of your Safety Pad
and should be attached to Springs. Locate each individual Spring Loop and its nearest
Spring. Unhook the Spring from the Frame, insert the Spring through the Spring Loop, and
re-hook the Spring to the Frame. Repeat this step until all Spring Loops have been
attached.
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4. When the pad is completed installed over the springs, gently remove each enclosure post
from the top of the trampoline, and insert the bottom of the Post through the hole in the
Pad and down into its corresponding T-Bracket slot. Repeat this process for the remaining
Upright Posts.
5. To secure the Enclosure Posts to the trampoline base, attach the Enclosure Posts to the
T-Bracket Slots with the Bolts and Nuts.
6. The Foam Sleeves that cover the Upright Enclosure Posts come pre-installed at the factory.
Following the Enclosure assembly, gently slide all Foam Sleeves into place, covering all
exposed metal parts of the Upright Posts.
NOTE: Foam Sleeves may require a few warm days to fully return to their original round
shapes after being flattened during the shipping process.
The Trampoline and Enclosure Combination is now fully assembled.
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Make sure that all parts are securely attached. Familiarize yourself and
all users of the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination with all safety
precautions, use and instructional materials, and the care and
maintenance instructions in this manual before using the Trampoline
and Enclosure Combination.
Moving the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination
If the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination needs to be moved,
it must be done by a minimum of two (preferably four) people.
Keep the Trampoline horizontal, and lifted slightly. If necessary, it
can be taken apart for moving. To take it apart, follow the
assembly steps in reverse order.
Do not attempt to take the Frame Sections, Legs, or Bases apart
before the Mat and Springs have been completely removed.
DISASSEMBLY (TAKING APART)
To disassemble (take apart) the Trampoline and Enclosure
Combination, follow the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination
assembly steps in reverse order. Do not attempt to disassemble any
Trampoline Frame parts before the Springs and Mat have been
completely removed. Use gloves to protect your hands from pinch
points while taking the Trampoline and Enclosure apart.
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CARE
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Do not allow pets on or within the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination as their claws
may damage the Frame Pad or snag and pull the Mat material or Enclosure netting.
This Trampoline and Enclosure Combination is intended to be used by only one person at a
time, weighing not more than 300 lbs. (15 foot), 275 lbs. (14 foot), 250 lbs. (12 foot), 225
lbs. (10 foot), or 200 lbs. (8 foot).
The user should be either barefoot, wearing socks, or wearing gymnastic shoes. Street
shoes or tennis shoes should not be used with this Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
The user should remove all objects from his/ her person that may cause injury or damage to
the Mat or to themselves. Heavy, sharp, or pointed hard objects should never touch the Mat
or be allowed within or around the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
MAINTENANCE
Your Trampoline and Enclosure Combination was manufactured using the highest quality
materials. It was crafted to provide you and your family with years of enjoyment and
exercise. Proper maintenance and care will help to prolong the life of the Trampoline and
Enclosure Combination and reduce the possibility of injury. The following guidelines
should always be followed.
1. If you live in a snowy region or experience long periods of non-use, you should
remove your jumping Mat and store it in a dry area. This adds years to the life of the
jumping Mat.
2. Inspect the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination before each use. Replace any worn,
defective, damaged, or missing parts.
3. The following conditions represent some possible hazards and increase the danger of
personal injury:
a. A missing, improperly positioned, or insecurely attached Frame Pad.
b. Punctures, frays, tears, or holes worn in the Mat or Frame Pad.
c. Deterioration in the stitching or fabric of the Mat, Enclosure, or Frame Pad.
d. Damaged, ruptured, or missing springs.
e. Bent or broken Frame tubing.
f. Sagging Mat.
g. Any sharp protrusions on the Frame or Suspension System.
If any of these conditions exist, the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination should be
taken apart, or otherwise protected against use, until the condition is repaired.
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TRAMPOLINE PARTS LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Frame Tubing
T-Bracket w/upright
T-Bracket
Leg
Leg Braces
Jumping Mat
Pad
Springs
ASTM Labels
15-Foot
12
6
6
12
6
1
1
108
1 Set
14-Foot
10
5
5
10
5
1
1
90
1 Set
12-Foot
10
5
5
10
5
1
1
70
1 Set
10-Foot
8
4
4
8
4
1
1
56
1 Set
8-Foot
8
4
4
8
4
1
1
48
1 Set
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Diagram showing numbered parts.
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ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Enclosure Net
Foam Sleeves
Bungees w/ Bolts
Bungee Bolt Nuts
Post Screws
6. Frame Bolts & Nuts
7. Dog-­­Leg Post Section
8. Straight Post Section
15 -Foot
1
12
6
6
6
6
6
6
14-Foot
1
10
5
5
5
5
5
5
12-Foot
1
10
5
5
5
5
5
5
10-Foot
1
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
8-Foot
1
8
4
4
4
4
4
4
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Diagram showing numbered parts.
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ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
To order replacement parts, please visit our website at www.propeltrampolines.com. To
help us assist you, please provide the following information when ordering parts:
• The MODEL of the Trampoline and Enclosure Combination.
• The KEY NUMBER and DESCRIPTION of the part (see the TRAMPOLINE
PARTS LIST and ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST).
• The quantity needed.
• The desired method of shipping.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
PROPEL warrants its Trampoline products to be free from defects in material and workmanship
under normal use and service conditions. The galvanized steel Trampoline Frame and Springs are
warranted for one (1) year from the date of purchase. All other parts are warranted for ninety (90)
days from the date of purchase.
All warranty coverage extends only to the original retail purchaser from the original date of
purchase. Our obligation under this Warranty is limited to replacing or repairing, at our discretion,
the product at one of our authorized service centers. All products for which a warranty claim is
made must be received by us at one of our authorized service centers, freight prepaid, and
accompanied by proof of purchase. All returns must be pre-authorized. This Warranty does not
extend to any product, or damage to a product, that is caused by or attributable to freight damage,
abuse, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, act of God, storm damage, or repairs not performed
by our authorized service center, or to products used for commercial or rental purposes. No other
Warranty, expressed or implied, beyond that specifically set forth above is authorized.
Propel is not responsible or liable for indirect, special, or consequential damages arising out of, or
in connection with, the use or performance of this 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. In the United States of America, 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. In the United States of America 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 in the United States of America.
Note: You have the option of purchasing an EXTENDED
WARRANTY for your PROPEL Trampoline and Enclosure
Combination. Please go to www.propeltrampolines.com to review all
possible options and choose that which best meets your needs and
desires.
Printed in China © 2011 Propel Trampolines
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Warranty Registration
Don’t forget to register your Trampoline by
visiting www.PropelTrampolines.com/warranty.
Registering your Trampoline entitles you
to receive all warranty benefits,
along with important news and announcements
regarding your new Trampoline.
You may also register your Trampoline
by mailing a copy of your sales receipt
along with your name, address, phone number
and the model number of your Trampoline to:
Propel Trampolines
Warranty Department
41 East 400 North #324
Logan, UT 84321
www.propeltrampolines.com
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