SELWOOD | A24670E | LOWER CLUBHOUSE II – A24670E

LOWER CLUBHOUSE II – A24670E
LOWER
CLUBHOUSE
II
–
A24670E
for use with SELWOOD 1.2 METRE FORT II - A23837E
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of serious injury or death, you must read and follow these instructions. Keep and refer to
these instructions often and give them to any future owner of this play system. Manufacturer contact information
provided below.
RESIDENTIAL HOME USE ONLY. Not intended for public areas such as schools, churches, nurseries, day cares or parks.
Slide sold separately
4 Hrs
Two person
assembly
Table of Contents
Europe
The Granary, Weathercock Hill
Chevington, Bury St
Edmunds, Suffolk IP29 5RG
North America
375 Sligo Road West.
P.O. Box 10 Mount Forest
Ontario, Canada N0G 2L1
Australia
Unit 6/168 - 180 Victoria Road
Marrickville, Sydney NSW 2204
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3404670E
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Warnings and Safe Play Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 2
Protective Surfacing Guidelines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 3
Instructions for Proper Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 4
About Our Wood – Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 5
Keys to Assembly Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 6
Metric Conversion Sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 7,8
Part ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg. 9
Rev 01/09/2012
Warnings and Safe Play Instructions
CONTINUOUS ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED. Most serious injuries and deaths on playground equipment have occurred
while children were unsupervised! Our products are designed to meet mandatory and voluntary safety standards. Complying
with all warnings and recommendations in these instructions will reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury to children using
this play system. Go over the warnings and safe play instructions regularly with your children and make certain that they
understand and follow them. Remember on-site adult supervision is required for children of all ages.
WARNING
STRANGULATION HAZARD
• NEVER allow children to play with ropes, clotheslines,
pet leashes, cables, chains or cord-like items when using
this play-set or to attach these items to play-set.
• NEVER allow children to wear loose fitting clothing,
ponchos, hoods, scarves, capes, necklaces, items with
draw-strings, cords or ties when using this play-set.
• NEVER allow children to wear bike or sport helmets
when using this play-set.
SERIOUS HEAD INJURY HAZARD
Installation over concrete, asphalt, dirt, grass, carpet
and other hard surface creates a risk of serious injury
or death from falls to the ground. Install and maintain
shock absorbing material under and around play-set as
recommended on page 3 of these instructions.
COLLISION HAZARD
Place play-set on level ground at least 6 feet from any
obstruction such as a garage or house, fences, poles,
trees, sidewalks, walls, landscape timbers, rocks,
pavement, planters, garden borders, overhanging
branches, laundry lines, and electrical wires. (See
OBSTACLE FREE SAFETY ZONE on cover)
Failure to prohibit these items, even helmets with chin
straps, increases the risk of serious injury and death to
children from entanglement and strangulation.
TIP OVER HAZARD
Choose a level location for the equipment. This can reduce
the likelihood of the play set tipping over and loose-fill
surfacing materials washing away during heavy rains.
CHOKING HAZARD
Prior to assembly, this product contains small parts.
DO NOT allow children less than 5 years of age near or
around loose nuts, screws, washers, plastic bags and
other small parts.
DO NOT allow children to play on the play-set until the
assembly is complete and the unit is properly anchored.
WARNING – Safe Play Instructions
Observe capacity limitations of your play-set. See
front cover.
Do not allow children to wear open toe or heel footwear
like sandals, flip–flops or clogs.
Dress children with well fitting and full foot enclosing
footwear.
Do not allow children to walk, in front, between, behind
or close to moving rides.
Teach children to sit with their full weight in the center
of the swing seat to prevent erratic swing motion or
falling off.
Do not let children twist swing chains or ropes or loop
them over the top support bar. This may reduce the
strength of the chain or rope and cause premature failure.
Check for splintered, broken or cracked wood; missing,
loose, or sharp edged hardware. Replace, tighten and or
sand smooth as required prior to playing.
Do not let children get off rides while they are in motion.
Do not permit climbing on equipment when it is wet.
Do not permit rough play or use of equipment in a
manner for which it was not intended. Standing on or
jumping from the roof, elevated platforms, swings,
climbers, ladders or slide can be dangerous.
Verify that suspended climbing ropes, rope ladders, chain
or cable are secured at both ends and cannot be looped
back on itself as to create an entanglement hazard.
On sunny and or hot days, check the slide and other
plastic rides to assure that they are not very hot as to
cause burns. Cool hot slide and rides with water and wipe
dry prior to using.
Do not allow children to swing empty rides or seats.
Do not allow children to go down slide head first or
run up slide.
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3
4
At the factory we have added water repellent to the stain. This water repellent decreases the amount of water absorption during
rain or snow thus decreasing the tension in the wood. Sunlight will break down the water repellent, so we recommend applying a
water repellent on a yearly basis (see your local stain and paint supplier for a recommended product). Failure to do so can affect
warranty. Also if storing the product before installation, make sure you store out of direct sunlight in a cool dry place.
Selwood Products Limited Warranty
Selwood Products states that the product is free from defect in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the original
date of purchase. This one (1) year warranty covers all parts including wood, hardware, and accessories. All wood carries a ten (10)
year warranty against rot and decay. Refer to the schedule associated with replacement of parts under this Warranty. In addition, the
manufacturer will replace any parts within the first 60 days from date of purchase found to be missing from or damaged in the original
packaging. This warranty applies to the original owner and registrant and is non-transferable. Regular maintenance is required to
assure maximum life and performance of this product and failure by the owner to maintain the product according to the maintenance
requirements may void this warranty. Maintenance guidelines are provided in the Owner’s Manual provided by Selwood Products.
This Limited Warranty does not cover:
• Labour for any inspection or Labour for replacement of any defective item(s)
• Incidental or consequential damages
• Cosmetic defects which do not affect performance or integrity of a part or the entire product
• Vandalism, improper use, failure due to loading or use beyond the capacities stated in the Assembly Manual.
• Acts of nature including but not limited to wind, storms, hail, floods, excessive water exposure
• Improper installation including but not limited to installation on uneven, unlevel, or soft ground
• Minor twisting, warping, checking, splitting, or any other natural occurring properties of wood that do not affect
performance or integrity.
Selwood Products states that the product has been designed for safety and quality. Any modifications made to the original product
could damage the structural integrity of the unit leading to failure and possible injury. Modification voids any and all warranties and
Selwood Products will accept no liability for any modified products or consequences resulting from failure of a modified product.
This product is warranted for RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY. Under no circumstance should the product be used in public settings
such as schools, churches, playgrounds, parks, daycares and the like. Such use may lead to product failure and potential injury. Any
and all public use will void this warranty.
Selwood disclaims all other representations and warranties of any kind, expressed or implied.
Warranty Part Replacement Schedule:
Plastic/Metal/Wood Components: 1 Year Warranty
0-60 days from date from purchase: Free Parts & Free Shipping | 61 days to 1 year from purchase: Free Parts + Shipping & Handling
Wooden (Wood Rot and Decay Only): 10 Year Warranty
0-60 days from date from purchase: Free Parts & Free Shipping | 61 days -10 years from purchase: Free Parts + Shipping & Handling
This Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights as well which very from state to state or province to
province. This warranty excludes all consequential damages, however, some states do not allow the limitation or exclusion of
consequential damages, and therefore this limitation may not apply to you.
Complete the registration of your Selwood Product purchase online at: www.selwoodproducts.com/warranty-registration
Please refer to the back of this instruction manual for details on how to register your Selwood Products purchase.
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Keys to Assembly Success
Tools Required
Shovel
Measuring
Tape
Drill (1/8”
3/16” Bit)
Safety
Glasses
Hammer
Part Identification Key
On each page, you will find the parts and
quantities required to complete the assembly
step illustrated on that page. Here is a sample.
Ratchet 1/2”,
7/16” & 9/16”
Level
#2 & #3 Phillips
or Robertson
Square
Ruler
Step
Ladder
2X 1234 Post 2 x 4 x 83”
Symbols
Throughout these instructions symbols are provided as important reminders for proper and safe assembly.
This identifies information that requires special
attention. Improper assembly could lead to an
unsafe or dangerous condition.
Use
Help
Measure
Distance
Use
Help
Check that set or assembly is properly level
before proceeding.
Pre-drill
1/8” Bit
Where this is shown, 2 or 3
people are required to safely
complete the step. To avoid
injury or damage to the
assembly make sure to get help!
Check that assembly is square
before tightening bolts.
Pre-drill a pilot hole before
fastening screw or lag to prevent
splitting of wood.
This indicates time to tighten bolts, but
not too tight! Do not crush the wood.
This may create splinters and cause
structural damage.
Square
Assembly
Use
Level
Tighten
Bolts
Use a measuring tape to assure
proper location.
No
CAUTION – Protrusion Hazard
Once the assembly is tightened, watch for exposed
threads. If a thread protrudes from the T-Nut, remove the
bolt and add washers to eliminate this condition. Extra
washers have been provided for this purpose.
Proper Hardware Assembly
Lag screws require drilling pilot
holes to avoid splitting wood. Only
a flat washer is required. For ease of
installation liquid soap can be used
on all lag-type screws.
For bolts, tap T-Nut into hole with
hammer. Insert the hex bolt through
lock washer first then flat washer then
hole. Because the assemblies need to
be squared do not completely tighten
until instructed. Pay close attention to
diameter of the bolts. 5/16” is slightly
larger than 1/4”.
6
6
Yes
5/16" (8mm)
Flat Washer
1/4" (6mm)
Lock Washer
5/16" (8mm)
T-Nut
1/4" (6mm)
T-Nut
1/4" (6mm)
Flat Washer
5/16" (8mm)
Flat Washer
For example:
BOLT LENGTH 4½ (4.5) inches long
1 inch = 25.4mm
LENGTH CONVERSION
0.31 inches x 25.4mm = 8mm
BOLT DIAMETER 5/16 (0.31) inches
For example:
1 inch = 25.4mm
DIAMETER CONVERSION
HARDWARE LENGTH CHART
inches
vs
millimetres
6
152
5½
140
5
127
114
4½
4
102
3½
89
3
76
2½
64
2
51
1½
38
1¼
32
1-1/8
29
1
25.4
7/8
22
3/4
19
1/2
12.7
SOLO)WAVE DESIGN HARDWARE
5/16"(.31) = 8mm Hex Bolt
5/16" (8mm) Lock Washer
1/4"(0.25) = 6mm Hex Bolt
1/4" (6mm) Flat Washer
1/4"(0.25) = 6mm Lag Screw
5/16"(.31) = 8mm Lag Screw
3/8"(.38) = 9.5mm Lag Screw
3/8" (9.5mm)
Flat Washer
4.5 inches x 25.4mm = 114mm long
7
63.5
2 1/2"
5/4 x 3
88.9
3 1/2"
5/4 x 4
114.3
4 1/2"
5/4 x 5
139.7
5 1/2"
5/4 x 6
88.9
3 1/2"
4x4
38.1
1 1/2"
34.9
1 3/8"
34.9
1 3/8"
38.1
1 1/2"
38.1
1 1/2"
2x6
136.5
5 3/8"
2x4
85.7
3 3/8"
2x3
63.5
2 1/2"
2
x2
15.9
5/8"
82.6
3 1/4"
34.9
1 3/8"
60.3
2 3/8"
85.7
3 3/8"
114.3
4 1/2"
136.5
5 3/8"
1/2 x 4
1x2
1x3
1x4
1x5
1x6
LENGTH CONVERSION
1 inch = 25.4mm
For example:
BOARD LENGTH 59¼ (59.25) inches
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
15.9
5/8"
11.1
.44
SOLO)WAVE DESIGN WOOD PROFILES
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
25.4
1"
88.9
3 1/2"
Dimensions in brackets
[mm] represent millimetres.
59.25 inches x 25.4mm = 1505mm
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Part Identification (Reduced Part Size)
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
(5) Cedar Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 46 -5/8" 3631801 Box 1
Nominal Size Actual Size
2" x 6"
1½" x 5⅜"
2" x 4"
1⅜" x 3⅜"
⅝" x 4½"
1" x 5"
⅝" x 1⅜"
1" x 2"
1" x 1½"
5/4" x 2"
1" x 2½"
5/4" x 3"
5/4" x 4"
1" x 3½"
(12) CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 36 -3/4" 3631802 Box 1
(2) CE Siding 3/8 x 1-1/4 x 17 -7/8" 3631803 Box 1
(6) CE Siding 3/8 x 3 -1/2 x 17 -7/8" 3631804 Box 1
A14
(2) Door Trim 1 x 2 x 36 -1/2" 3641809 Box 1
(2) Short Trim 1 x 2 x 19 -5/8" 3641808 Box 1
(12) CE Siding 3/8 x 3 -1/2 x 25 -1/2" 3631800 Box 1
A15
(1) Wall Top 5/4 x 4 x 46 -5/8" 3641817 Box 1
A16
(2) Long Trim 1 x 2 x 38 -3/4" 3641816 Box 1
A17
(2) Top Trim 1 x 2 x 39 -1/8" 3641807 Box 1
(1) Door Top 1 x 4 x 21" 3641806 Box 1
(1) Table Top 5/4 x 3 x 45 -1/4" 3632012 Box 1
(2) Window Bottom 1 x 4 x 37 -3/4" 3641815 Box 1
A18
(2) Wall Support 1 x 4 x 45 -1/2" 3641814 Box 1
(1) Table Support 5/4 x 2 x 44" 3642013 Box 1
A19
(2) Short Wall Support 1 x 4 x 24 -1/4" 3641813 Box 1
(2) Long Wall Support 1 x 5 x 46 -1/4" 3641812 Box 1
(1) Flower Box Set Green
3320401 Box 1
(2) Window Top 1 x 5 x 37 -3/4" 3641811 Box 1
A12
A13
(2) Window Trim 1 x 4 x 11 -1/8" 3641810 Box 1
(1) Stool Seat Set (2 Green Steel Supports
2 Yellow Seats w. steel brace) 3320190 Box 1
Part Identification (Actual Size)
S1
S2
(46) Flat Head Screw #8 x 1 1/8" (9290514)
S0
S7
(4)
1/4" Flat Washer
(9251200)
(46) Flat Head Screw #8 x 1 1/2" (9260512)
S13
S15
(110) Truss Screw #8 x 7/8" (9229505)
(2) Pan Screw #6 x 5/8" (9264990)
(5) Flat Head Screw #8 x 1 3/4" (9260513)
S6
(9) Pan Screw #12 x 2" (9264620)
9
(4) Pan Screw #12 x 1" (9264610)
PRODUCT NUMBER: A24670E
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You can then complete a quick online order form or make direct contact with the
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Step 1: Half Wall Assembly
A: Make sure the distance between the outside edges of (F13) Posts measures 46-5/8”. Tight to the top of
(F9) Front Back and flush to the outside edges of (F13) Posts attach 1 (A1) Cedar Siding to each (F13) Post
with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws. (fig. 1.1)
B: Attach 4 more (A1) Cedar Siding to each (F13) Post with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws per siding. Make
sure the top board overlaps the board below it. (fig. 1.1 & 1.2)
Fig. 1.1
F13
46 5/8”
F13
S0
Fig. 1.2
S0
F9
F13
A1
Fig. 1.3
C: Remove the Lag Screw from the top of
(F11) Lower Diagonal. This will make it easier
to install the (A6) Wall Top. (fig. 1.3)
D: Place (A6) Wall Top tight to top of last (A1)
Cedar Siding and attach to each (F13) Post
using 4 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws . (fig. 1.3)
F13
A1
A6
F11
E: Re-attach the (F11) Lower Diagonal using
the same Lag Screw. (fig. 1.3)
S7
Hardware
Wood Parts
5x
1x
A1
A6
Cedar Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 46-5/8”
Wall Top 5/4 x 4 x 46-5/8”
10 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
4 x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
11
S7
Step 1: Half Wall Assembly cont.
F: Place (A19) Table Support flush to top of (A6) Wall Top and tight to (F11) Lower Diagonal then attach with 4
(S15) #8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screws, as shown in fig. 1.4.
Fig. 1.4
Tight to Lower
Diagonal
Flush to top
S15
A19
F11
Notice bevelled
edge is on this
side
A6
Outside Fort View
Hardware
Wood Parts
1x
A19
Table Support 5/4 x 2 x 44”
4 x
S15
#8 x 1-3/4” Wood Screw
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Step 1: Half Wall Assembly cont.
G: Place (A18) Table Top on (A6) Wall Top and (A19) Table Support, flush to the outside edge of (F13) Post, as
shown in fig. 1.5. Notice the side the angled edge of (A18) Table Top is on.
H: Attach (A18) Table Top to (A6) Wall Top with 5 (S7) #12 x 2” Pan Screws. (fig. 1.5)
I: Attach (A15) Short Trim to (F13) Post, flush to the outside edges of (A1) Cedar Siding, with 3 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2”
Wood Screws. (fig. 1.5)
Fig. 1.5
S7
A18
F13
A19
A6
S2
Notice angled
edge is on this
side
S2
A15
Hardware
Wood Parts
1 x
1 x
A18
A15
Table Top 5/4 x 3 x 45-1/4”
Short Trim 1 x 2 x 19-5/8”
5 x
S7
#12 x 2” Pan Screw
3 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 1: Half Wall Assembly cont.
Fig. 1.6
Inside Fort View
A6
J: On the inside of the fort, centred
over the pilot holes in (A1) Cedar
Siding, attach 2 (A10) Short Wall
Supports to (A6) Wall Top and (F9)
Front Back with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8”
Wood Screws per board. (fig. 1.6)
S1
A10
F9
Fig. 1.7
Outside Fort View
A1
S1
K: From the outside of the fort
attach the (A1) Cedar Siding to
each (A10) Short Wall Support
with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss
Screws per siding. (fig. 1.7)
A1
S0
Hardware
Wood Parts
2x
A10
Short Wall Support 1 x 4 x 24-1/4”
10 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
8 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
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Step 2: Entrance Assembly
For ease of assembly remove Rock Wall then re-attach upon completion of Step 2G.
A: On the inside the fort measure 19-5/8” from outside edge of (F13) Post for the entrance opening and
attach (A9) Wall Support to (AR13/BR7/OR9) Floor Back with 2 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (F9)
Front Back with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws as shown in fig. 2.1, 2.2 & 2.3.
Fig. 2.1
Fig. 2.2
AR13
Fig. 2.3
BR7
OR9
S2
19-5/8”
A9
F13
S1
F9
Outside Fort View
Hardware
Wood Parts
1 x
A9
Wall Support 1 x 4 x 45-1/2”
2 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
2 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Inside Fort View
Step 2: Entrance Assembly cont.
B: Tight to the bottom of (AR13/BR7/OR9) Floor Back and flush to the outside edge of (F13) Post attach (A17)
Door Top to (F13) Post with 2 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (A9) Wall Support with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8”
Wood Screws. (fig. 2.4)
C: Tight to the bottom of (A17) Door Top attach 1 (A14) Door Trim flush to the inside edge of (F13) Post using
4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and 1 (A14) Door Trim flush to the entrance opening side of (A9) Wall Support
using 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 2.4)
D: Flush to the outside edge of (F13) Post on the Rock Wall side and tight to the top of (F9) Front Back attach
1 (A5) CE Siding to (F13) Post and (A9) Wall Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws. (fig. 2.4 & 2.5)
E: Evenly space and attach 11 more (A5) CE Siding to (F13) Post and (A9) Wall Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8”
Truss Screws per siding. Make sure the top board overlaps the board below it. (fig. 2.4 & 2.5)
AR13
BR7
OR9
S1
S2
A17
F13
S0 x 12
F13
A5
A14
S0 x 12
A5 x 12
S1
S2
F9
A9
Fig. 2.4
Hardware
Wood Parts
12 x CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 25-1/2”
2 x A14 Door Trim 1 x 2 x 36-1/2”
1 x A17 Door Top 1 x 4 x 21”
A5
24 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
6 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
6 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
16
Fig. 2.5
Flush to
edge of
Post
Step 2: Entrance Assembly cont.
F: On the inside of the fort attach (A9) Wall Support to (AR13/BR7/OR9) Floor Back and to (F9) Front Back
with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. Make sure the (A9) Wall Support is centred over the pilot holes in (A5)
CE Siding. (fig. 2.6)
G: From the outside of the fort attach the (A5) CE Siding to (A9) Wall Support with 1 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss
Screw per siding. (fig. 2.7)
H: Re-attach Rock Wall.
Fig. 2.6
S1
Fig. 2.7
AR13
BR7
OR9
A9
A5
A5
S0
x 12
F9
S1
Inside Fort View
Outside Fort View
Wood Parts
1 x
A9
Wall Support 1 x 4 x 45-1/2”
Hardware
12 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
4 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
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Step 3: Window Wall Assembly
Complete Window Wall Assembly on both sides of fort.
If a Selwood Spiral Slide or Selwood Monkey Ladder were purchased complete only one Window Wall
Assembly then proceed to Step 4 for the second Window Wall Assembly.
A: From inside the fort measure 13-1/8” from the Half Wall side (F13) Post and then attach (A11) Long Wall
Support to (F17) End Floor and (F16) SW Ground/(F8) SL Ground with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws per
(A11) Long Wall Support. (fig. 3.1, 3.2 & 3.3)
B: On the outside of the fort and tight to the top of (F16) SW Ground and (F8) SL Ground attach (A7) Long
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Trim to each (F13) Post with 4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws. The (A7) Long Trim should overhang and be
flush to the outer most edges of the siding. (fig. 3.1 & 3.2)
C: Tight to the top of (F16) SW Ground attach (A15) Short Trim to the Half Wall Side (F13) Post with 3 (S2)
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws so the trim overhangs and is flush to the outer most edges of the siding. (fig. 3.1) Note: Only 1 side will need (A15) Short Trim installed. In Step 1 cont. one (A15) Short Trim was already
installed.
Slide
removed
for clarity
F17
F17
F13
A7
S1
F13
13-1/8”
A11
S2
S2
13-1/8”
S2
S1
F8/
F16
F13
A15
A11
A7
F16
A11
Fig. 3.2
Fig. 3.1
Wall Assembly
Outside Fort View
Swing Wall Assembly
Outside Fort View
Hardware
Wood Parts
2 x
2 x
1 x
A7
A11
A15
Long Trim 1 x 2 x 38-3/4”
Long Wall Support 1 x 5 x 46-1/4”
Short Trim 1 x 2 x 19-5/8”
F8
8 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
11 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Fig. 3.3
Inside Fort View
Step 3: Window Wall Assembly cont.
D: Tight to the bottom of (F17) End Floor attach (A16) Top Trim to both (F13) Posts using 2 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2”
Wood Screws and to (A11) Long Wall Support with 1 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw. (fig. 3.4)
E: Tight to the bottom of (A16) Top Trim and tight to (A7) Long Trim attach (A12) Window Top to both (F13)
Posts using 4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood
Screws. (fig. 3.4)
F: Tight
to the bottom of (A12) Window Top and tight to (A7) Long Trim attach 3 (A4) CE Siding to (F13) Post
SELWOODS3Part2-WindowWallAssy
and (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws per siding. Make sure the top board overlaps
the board below it. (fig. 3.4)
G: Place (A3) CE Siding directly under the last (A4) CE Siding and attach to (F13) Post and (A11) Long Wall
Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws. (A4) CE Siding should overlap (A3) CE Siding. (fig. 3.4)
Note: The distance from bottom of (A12) Window Top to bottom of (A3)
CE Siding should measure 11-1/8”.
Fig. 3.4
F17
S2
S1
A16
F13
S2
A12
11-1/8”
A7
S0
x 8 per
Window Wall
Assembly
A4
A3
A11
F13
Hardware
Wood Parts
2 x
6 x
2 x
2 x
A3
A4
A12
A16
CE Siding 3/8 x 1-1/4 x 17-7/8”
CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 17-7/8”
Window Top 1 x 5 x 37-3/4”
Top Trim 1 x 2 x 39-1/8”
16 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
6 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
12 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 3: Window Wall Assembly cont.
H: Tight to the edges of the (A3) & (A4) CE Siding and tight to the bottom of (A12) Window Top attach (A13)
Window Trim to (A11) Long Wall Support with 3 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 3.5)
I: Tight to (A7) Long Trim and tight to the bottom of (A13) Window Trim attach (A8) Window Bottom to both
(F13) Posts using 4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8”
Wood Screws. (fig. 3.5)
J: With the top board tight to (A8) Window Bottom and the bottom board tight to (F16) SW Ground, attach 6
(A2) CE Siding to both (F13) Posts and (A11) Long Wall Support with 3 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws per siding. Make sure the siding are evenly spaced and the top board overlaps the board below it. (fig. 3.5)
A4
A12
A7
A11
A3
S1
S2
A13
A8
S2
S0
S0
Fig. 3.5
A2 x 6 per
Window Wall
Assembly
Hardware
Wood Parts
6 x
1 x
1 x
A2
A8
A13
CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 36-3/4”
Window Bottom 1 x 4 x 37-3/4”
Window Trim 1 x 4 x 11-1/8”
F16
S0
18 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
10 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
8 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 4: Window Wall Assembly for Spiral Slide
& Monkey Ladder Side
The top of the (F17) End Floor will be flush with the floor boards
A: From inside the fort measure 13-1/8” from the Half Wall side (F13) Post and then attach (A11) Long Wall
Support to (F17) End Floor and (F8) SL Ground with 4 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 4.1 & 4.2)
B: On the outside of the fort and tight to the top of (F8) SL Ground attach (A7) Long Trim to the Entrance Wall
side (F13) Post with 4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws. The (A7) Long Trim should be flush to the outside edge
of (A14) Door Trim. (fig. 4.1)
C: Tight to the bottom of (F17) End Floor and tight to (A7) Long Trim attach (A12) Window Top to both (F13)
Posts using 4 (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood
Screws. (fig. 4.1)
A12
F17
Fig. 4.1
F17
A7
Fig. 4.2
F13
S2
13-1/8”
S1
S2
S1
A11
13-1/8”
A11
F8
F13
Outside Fort View
Wood Parts
1 x
1 x
1 x
A7
A11
A12
Long Trim 1 x 2 x 38-3/4”
Long Wall Support 1 x 5 x 46-1/4”
Window Top 1 x 5 x 37-3/4”
Hardware
6 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
8 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Inside Fort View
Step 4: Window Wall Assembly for Spiral Slide
& Monkey Ladder Side cont.
D: Tight to the bottom of (A12) Window Top and tight to (A7) Long Trim attach 3 (A4) CE Siding to (F13) Post
and (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws per siding. Make sure the top board overlaps
the board below it. (fig. 4.3)
E: Place (A3) CE Siding directly under the last (A4) CE Siding and attach to (F13) Post and (A11) Long Wall
Support with 2 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws. (A4) CE Siding should overlap (A3) CE Siding. (fig. 4.3)
F: Tight to (A7) Long Trim and tight to the bottom of (A3) CE Siding attach (A8) Window Bottom to both (F13)
Posts using 4 (S2) (S2) #8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screws and to (A11) Long Wall Support with 2 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood
Screws. (fig. 4.3)
Note: The distance from bottom of (A12) Window Top to bottom of (A3)
CE Siding should measure 11-1/8”.
Fig. 4.3
A7
A4
S0 x 8
A12
11-1/8”
A4
S2
S2
S1
A8
Hardware
Wood Parts
1 x
3 x
1 x
A3
A4
A8
CE Siding 3/8 x 1-1/4 x 17-7/8”
CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 17-7/8”
Window Bottom 1 x 4 x 37-3/4””
A3
A11
8 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
2 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
4 x
S2
#8 x 1-1/2” Wood Screw
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Step 4: Window Wall Assembly for Spiral Slide
& Monkey Ladder Side
G: Tight to the edges of the (A3) & (A4) CE Siding and tight to the bottom of (A12) Window Top attach (A13)
Window Trim to (A11) Long Wall Support with 3 (S1) #8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screws. (fig. 4.4)
H: With the top board tight to (A8) Window Bottom and the bottom board tight to (F8) SL Ground, attach 6
(A2) CE Siding to both (F13) Posts and (A11) Long Wall Support with 3 (S0) #8 x 7/8” Truss Screws per siding. Make sure the siding are evenly spaced and the top board overlaps the board below it. (fig. 4.4)
Fig. 4.4
A12
A4
A15
A11
S1
A13
Fig. 4.4
A3
A8
S0
F8
S0
Hardware
Wood Parts
6 x
1 x
A2
A13
CE Siding 3/8 x 3-1/2 x 36-3/4”
Window Trim 1 x 4 x 11-1/8”
A2
18 x
S0
# 8 x 7/8” Truss Screw
3 x
S1
#8 x 1-1/8” Wood Screw
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Step 5: Stool Assembly
A: Using the hardware provided with the Stool Seat Assembly attach 1 Seat to 1 Seat Support and then create a
second seat as in fig. 5.1.
B: Keeping the Cross Brace tight to the Seat Assemblies, fasten the Cross Brace to each of the Seat Assemblies
using the hardware provided. (fig. 5.2)
1/4 x 1” Pan Bolt
1/4” Flat Washer
Seat
Fig. 5.1
0.32 Spacer
Fig. 5.2
Seat Support
1/4” Lock Nut
1/4” Lock Nut
Cross Brace
1/4 x 1-1/4” Pan Bolt
Other Parts
1 x Stool Set (with hardware)
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Step 6: Attach Flower Box and Stool Seat Assembly
A: Centre the Flower Box in the window opening as shown in fig. 6.1and attach to (A8) Window Bottom with 2
(S13) #6 x 5/8” Pan Screws. (fig. 6.2)
B: Measure 13” from (F13) Post on the right side and then attach the Stool Seat Assembly to (F9) Front Back
and into (A10) Short Wall Supports using 2 (S6) #12 x 1” Pan Screws (with 1/4” flat washers) per Seat Assembly. (fig. 6.3)
Fig. 6.2
Fig. 6.1
A8
Flower Box
S13
A10
Fig. 6.3
S6
Stool Seat Assembly
F9
13”
Hardware
4 x
S6
#12 x 1” Pan Screw (with 1/4” flat washer)
2 x
S13
#6 x 5/8” Pan Screw
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Other Parts
1 x Flower Box
NOTES
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