M odel N o . The Clam Base Camp Thermal

The Clam Base Camp Thermal
Model
No.
– 8421 –
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Specifications
H e i g h t - 78 inches
Footprint – 7 2 x 7 2 i n c h e s
Hub-to-Hub - 9 0 x 9 0 i n c h e s
Weight – 3 8 l b s .
p /n 108421
Instruction No. 102869
- Clam Customer Service Information NOTICE: Once used, this shelter cannot be returned to the store. If you have a warranty
claim, please contact Clam Corporation directly.
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Customer Service Hrs: 9am to 4pm, Monday – Friday Central Standard Time
Phone: 763-231-4120
Fax: 763-231-4121
Email: customerservice@clamcorp.com
** Clam Corporation cannot honor warranty without an original, dated receipt **
Warranty Information:
Clam Corporation warrants to the original retail purchaser ( n o t t r a n s f e r a b l e ) its product t o be
free from manufacturers defects for one (1) year from the date of the original purchase.
Warranty does not cover cracked windows, tent tears, broken or bent hoops due
t o h i g h w i n d w e a t h e r c o n d i t i o n s o r u n a t t e n d e d u s e . Clam Corporation will replace or
repair any part found defective within the one (1) year time frame. All parts must be returned to
Clam Corporation. Before returning any parts, you must first contact Clam Corporation to obtain a
RMA (Return Material Authorization). All returns must be returned postage-prepaid and include the
original cash register receipt (date and purchase price).
To obtain a return authorization, please use one of the following methods:
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Email:
Call:
Write:
CustomerService@ClamCorp.com (Preferred)
763-231-4120
Clam Corporation
Attn: Customer Service – Returns
600 Clydesdale Trail
Medina, MN 55340
Information needed: Full name, mailing address, phone number, copy of original receipt, product
purchased, and pictures clearly showing the issue(s) if you have them. Please write the return
authorization number on the outside of the package to help ensure the transaction gets
processed swiftly and accurately.
- Limitation of Liability It is expressly understood that Clam Corporation’s liability for its products, whether due to breach of warranty,
negligence, strict liability, or otherwise, is limited to the repair of the product as stated above. Clam Corporation is
not liable for any injury, loss, damage, or expense, whether direct or consequential, including but not limited to loss
of use, income, profit, or damage to material arising in connection with the sale, installation, use of, inability to use,
or the repair or replacement of Clam Corporation products. Clam Corporation reserves the right to make alterations
or modifications in its products at any time, which in its opinion, may improve the performance and efficiency of the
product. It shall not be obligated to make such alterations or modifications to products already in service.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please fully understand and follow all safety instructions
outlined in this booklet. Failure to do so could result in
severe injury.
• Do not use open flame heaters in your ice shelter.
Open vents for cross ventilation.
• Ice Armor fabric will melt when contact is made with
hot surfaces (i.e., heaters).
• Never leave shelter unattended when set up.
• Due to the increase in traffic (snowmobiles, autos,
etc.) on area lakes, ice fishing can be hazardous at
night. If you choose to fish at night or in poor visibility
conditions, be sure to take precautions with lights or
reflectors to show drivers your whereabouts.
Death from asphyxiation may result from use of
oxygen depleting heaters. Open all vents for
fresh air ventilation.
Injury or death may result from fire if tent fabric is
exposed to open flame.
Tent fabric is not fireproof. Fabric will burn with
extended exposure to open flame. Do not use
open flame products inside tent. Tent fabric is
treated with fire retardant. Application of any foreign substance may render the flame retardant
properties ineffective.
Night time: exterior reflectors must be visible to
reduce risk of collisions.
This tent is made with flame resistant fabric
which meets CPAI-84 specifications.
CLAM BASE CAMP THERMAL PARTS LIST
If you need replacement parts,
visit the web site at
www.clamcorp.com or contact
Clam Corporation’s Customer
Service at 763-231-4120 or
customerservice@clamcorp.com
ITEM #
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
HUB ASSY
5
2
ICE ANCHOR
4
TIE DOWN ROPE
4
3
4
FIBERGLASS POLE
20
5
CARRY BAG
1
Ice Anchors and ropes included in small carry pouch
PART NO.
102764
102457
102458
102863
102861
Customer service hours:
9am – 4pm, weekdays,
central time.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE THIS PRODUCT ON THE ICE practice setting up and taking
down at home in the comfort of a heated area. Repeat several times until comfortable. This will make
your on-ice set-up much easier.
NO TOOLS ARE NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY OF YOUR CLAM BASE CAMP THERMAL.
1. Unzip the storage bag completely and remove
the shelter. Use care not to misplace the anchor
& rope pouch (Photo 1).
Anchor & rope pouch
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Photo 1
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2. Open the shelter so that the gray top is facing
upward. Lay the shelter as flat on the ice as you
can, making sure that the tent is not twisted or
overlapping any of the poles (Photo 2). Do NOT
force the shelter while unfolding.
3. Stand on the skirt of the shelter, grasp the loop
sewn onto the eyelet in the center of the roof. Pull
upward on the loop until the roof section pops up
(Photo 3).
Photo 2
Photo 3
4. Grasp the loop sewn onto the eyelet in the center
of one of the walls and pull outward until the wall
pops out (Photo 4).
Photo 4
5. Walk around the entire shelter and pull each loop
sewn onto the eyelet in the center of the wall until all
sides are popped out (Photo 5).
Photo 5
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
6. Your shelter should be standing up completely
(Photo 6). Anchor the shelter to the ice by
using the provided ice anchors and rope.
Screw two or more ice anchors into the ice several
feet away from the shelter using Clam’s Ice Anchor
Installation Tool PN 8348 (not included). Use the
provided ropes to tie the hub eyelets to an anchor,
and the adjustment slides on the rope to achieve
proper tension. Next, screw two anchors through
the windward corner shelter grommets completely.
This will help keep the shelter in place. If more
anchors are needed, order PN 102457.
Photo 6
TAKE-DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
TAKE-DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove all ropes and ice anchors and store them
in the provided pouch. In windy conditions, remove
ice anchors after collapsing the roof and walls.
2. Push the center hub on any wall until it collapses
inward (Photo 7). Continue pushing each wall
inward until all the walls are collapsed. The shelter
will fall to the ice on its own.
3. Push the hub of the roof inward until it collapses.
Photo 7
4. The shelter will now be flat. Gather all corners of
the shelter and fold together (Photo 8). Do NOT
force the shelter when folding! Watch for
entanglement of poles (Photo 9).
5. Place the folded shelter and the ice anchor/rope
pouch back into the carrying case with the hubs
toward the bottom end of the bag.
Photo 8
Photo 9
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