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SALTA PREMIUM BLACK EDITION
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
TRAMPOLINE SPECIFICATIONS:
TRAMPOLINE
SIZE
183cm
244cm
366cm
213cm
305cm
427cm
AMOUNT OF
SPRINGS
36
54
80
48
64
AMOUNT OF
LEGS
3 legs
4 legs
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INTRODUCTION
Before you begin use of this trampoline, be sure to carefully read all the information
Provided to you in this manual. Just like any other type of physical recreational activity, Participants
can be injured. To reduce the risk of injury, be sure to follow appropriate safety rules and tips.
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Misuse and abuse of this trampoline is dangerous and can cause serious injury!
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Trampoline, being rebounding devices, propel the performer to unaccustomed
heights and into a variety of body movements.
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Always inspect the trampoline before each use for wear-out mat, loose or missing parts.
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Proper assembly, care and maintenance of product, safety tips, warnings, and
proper Techniques in jumping and bouncing are all included in this manual.
All users and Supervisors must read and familiarize themselves with these
instructions. Anybody who chooses to use this trampoline must be aware of
their own limitations in regards to performing various jumps and bounces with
this trampoline.
!
WARNING!
Do not allow more than one
person inside the trampoline
enclosure. Use by more than
one person at the same time
can result in serious injuries.
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 middle
of the bed.
- Trampolines over 20 in. (51 cm) tall are not recommended for use by children under 6
years of age.
- Use trampoline only with mature, knowledgeable supervision.
- Inspect the trampoline and enclosure before each use. Make sure the barrier and the
enclosure support and frame support padding is correctly and securely positioned
Replace any worn, defective, or missing parts.
- Do not attempt to jump over the barrier.
- Do not attempt to crawl under the barrier.
- Do not intentionally rebound off the barrier.
- Do not hang from, kick, cut or climb on the barrier.
- Wear clothing free of drawstrings, hooks, loops or anything that could get caught in the barrier.
- Do not attach anything to the barrier that is not a manufacturer-approved accessory
or part of the enclosure system.
- Enter and exit the enclosure only at the enclosure door or barrier opening designated for
that purpose. Read all instructions before using the trampoline enclosure. Warnings and
instructions for the care, maintenance, and use of this trampoline enclosure are included
to promote safe, enjoyable use of this equipment.
Always consult a physician before performing any kind of physical activity.
PLEASE RETAIN THIS INFORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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INFORMATION ON USE OF THE TRAMPOLINE
- Trampolines over 20 in. (51 cm) tall are not recommended for use by children under 6 years of
age.
- Inspect the trampoline before each use. Make sure the frame padding is correctly and securely
positioned. Replace any worn, defective, or missing parts.
- Initially, you should get accustomed to the feel and bounce of the trampoline. While keeping the
head erect, focus eyes on the trampoline toward the perimeter. you should practice each
bounce ( the basic bounces) until you can do each skill with ease and control.
- To brake a bounce, all you need to do is flex your knees sharply before they come in contact
with the mat of the trampoline. This technique should practiced while you are learning each of
the basic bounces. The skill of braking should be used whenever you lose balance or control of
your jump.
- Avoid bouncing too high. Stay low until bounce control and repeated landing in the center of the
trampoline can be accomplished. Control is more important than height.
- Climb on and off the trampoline. It is a dangerous practice to jump from the trampoline to the
floor or ground when dismounting, or to jump onto the trampoline when mounting. Do not use
the trampoline as a springboard to other objects.
- Learn fundamental bounces and body positions thoroughly before trying more advanced skills.
A variety of trampoline activities can be carried out by performing the basic fundamentals in
various series and combinations, performing one fundamental after another, with or without feet
bounces between them. Avoid bouncing when tired. Keep turns short.
- Properly secure the trampoline when not in use. Protect it against unauthorized use.
If a trampoline ladder is used, the supervisor should remove it from the trampoline when leaving
the area to prevent unsupervised access by children under 6 years of age.
- Keep objects away which could interfere with the performer. Maintain a clear area
around the trampoline.
- Do not use the trampoline while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- For additional information concerning the trampoline equipment, contact the manufacturer.
- For information concerning skill training, contact a certified trampoline instructor.
- Bounce only when the surface of the bed is dry. Wind or air movement should be calm to
gentle. The trampoline must not be used in gusty or severe winds.
- Read all instructions before using the trampoline. Warnings and instructions for the care,
maintenance,and use of this trampoline are included to promote safe, enjoyable use of this
equipment.
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TRAMPOLINE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
JUMPERS:
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Do not use trampoline if you have consumed alcohol or any drugs
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Remove all hard sharp objects from person before using trampoline
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You should climb on and off in a controlled and careful manner. Never jump on or off
the trampoline and never use the trampoline as a device to bounce onto or into
another object.
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Always learn the basic bounce and master each type of bounce before trying more
difficult types of bounces. Review the Basic Skills Section to learn how to do the basics
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To stop your bounce, flex your knees when you land on the mat with your feet
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Always be in control when you are bouncing on the trampoline. A controlled jump is when
you land at the same spot that you took off from. If at any time you feel out of control, try to
stop your bouncing.
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Do not jump or bounce for prolonged periods of time or too high for a number of jumps
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Keep your eyes on the mat to maintain control.
If you do not, you could lose balance or control
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Never have more than 1 person on the trampoline at any time
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Always have a supervisor watching you when you are on the trampoline
SUPERVISORS
Educate yourself with the basic jumps and safety rules. To prevent and reduce the risk of injuries,
enforce all safety rules and ensure that new jumpers learn the basic bounces before trying more
difficult and advanced jumps
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All jumpers need to be supervised, regardless of skill level or age.
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Never use the trampoline when it is wet, damaged, dirty, or worn out. The trampoline
should be inspected before any jumpers start bouncing on it.
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Keep all objects that could interfere with the jumper away from the trampoline.
- Be aware of what is overhead, underneath, and around the trampoline.
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To prevent unsupervised and unauthorized use, the trampoline should be secured when
not in use.
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TRAMPOLINE PLACEMENT
The minimum overhead clearance required is 24 feet (7.3 meters). In terms of horizontal clearance, please ensure that no hazardous objects are near the trampoline such as tree limbs, otherrecreational objects (i.e. swing sets, swimming pools), electrical power wiring, walls, fences, etc.
For safe use of the trampoline, please be aware of the following when selecting a place for your
trampoline:
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Make sure it is placed on a level surface
The area is well-lighted
There are no obstructions beneath the trampoline
If you do not follow these guidelines, you increase the risk of someone getting injured.
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LESSON PLAN
The following lessons are suggested in order to learn basic steps and bounces before moving
onto more difficult, complicated bounces. Before actually getting on and using the trampoline,
you should read and understand all safety instructions. A complete discussion and demonstration
of body mechanics and trampoline guidelines should occur between the supervisor and student
as well.
Lesson 1
A.
Mounting and Dismounting - Demonstration of proper techniques
B.
The Basic Bounce-Demonstration and practice
C.
Braking (Check the Bounce) - Demonstration and practice.
Learn to brake on command
D.
Hands and knees - Demonstration and practice. Stress should be on fourpoint landing and alignment
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Lesson 2
A.
Review and practice of techniques learned in Lesson 1
B.
Knee Bounce-Demonstration and practice.
Learn the basic down to knee and back up before trying half twist to left and right
C.
Seat Bounce -Demonstration and practice.
Learn basic seat bounce then add a knee bounce, hands and knees; repeat
Lesson 3
A.
Review and practice skills and techniques learned in previous lessons
B.
Front Drop-To avoid mat burns and teach the front bounce position, all students
should be requested to assume the prone position(face down on the ground) while the
instructor checks for faulty positions that could cause injury.
C.
Start with a hands and knees bounce and then extend body into prone position, land
on the mat and return to feet
D.
Practice Routine-Hands and knees 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
i. Start from front drop position and 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.
ii. During turn, be sure to keep back parallel to mat and head up.
iii After completing turn, land in front drop position
After completing this lesson, the student now has a basic foundation of trampoline bounces.
Jumpers should be encouraged to try and develop their own routines with the emphasis on
control and form.
A game that can be played in order to encourage students to try and develop routines is
“BOUNCE”. In this game, players count from 1 to X. Player one starts with a maneuver. Player
two has to do Player One’s maneuvered and adds 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 until someone spells out the word “BOUNCE”. The last remaining contestant is deemed
the winner! Even when playing this game, it is important to perform your routines under control and not try difficult or highly skilled bounces that you have not yet mastered.
A certified trampoline instructor should be contacted to further develop your trampoline skills.
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BASIC TRAMPOLINE BOUNCES
THE BASIC BOUNCE
1. Start from standing position, feet shoulder width apart
and with bead up and eyes on mat.
2. Swing arms forward and up and around in a circular
motion.
3. Bring feet together while in mid-air and point toes
downward.
4. Keep feet shoulder width apart when landing on mat.
KNEE BOUNCE
1. Start with basic bounce and keep it low
2. Land on knees keeping back straight, body erect and
use your arms to maintain balance
3. Bounce back to basic bounce position by swinging
arms up
SEAT BOUNCE
1. Land in a flat sitting position.
2. Place hands on mat besides hips
3. Return to erect position by pushing with hands.
FRONT BOUNCE
1. Start with front bounce position
2. Land in prone ( face down) position and keep hand
and arms extended forward on mat
3. Push off the mat with arms to return to standing
position
180 DEGREE BOUNCE
1. Start with front bounce position
2. Push off with left or right hands and arms (depending
on which way you wish to turn)
3. Maintain head and shoulders in the same direction
and keep back parallel to mat and head up
4. Land in prone position by return to standing position
by pushing up with hands and arms
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
To assemble this trampoline all you need is our special spring loading tool provided with this
product. During periods of non-use. This trampoline can be easily disassembled and stored.
Please read the assembly instructions before beginning to assemble the product.
PRIOR TO ASSEMBLING
Please refer to page for part descriptions and numbers. The assembly steps use these descriptions and numbers as reference for your convenience.
Make sure that you have all parts listed. If you are missing any parts, please refer to page for
Instructions on how to attain any parts.
To prevent any injuries to your hands from pinch points during assembly, please use gloves to
protect your hands.
PARTS LIST
Please select your trampoline size.
Reference
Number
Part Number
Description
551
552
213cm
244cm
553
554
555
556
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
183cm
305cm
366cm
427cm
1
TATR0100
2
TATR0200
Trampoline Mat,
stitched with V-Rings
Frame Pad
3
TATR0300
Top Rail with Leg Sockets
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
TATR0400
Top Rail
3
3
3
3
4
4
5
TATR0500
Leg Base
3
3
3
3
4
4
6
TATR0600
Vertical Leg Extension
0
0
6
6
8
8
7
TATR0700
Galvanized Springs
36
36
48
54
64
80
8
TATR0800
Safety Instruction Placard
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
TATR0900
Spring Loading Tool
1
1
1
1
1
1
REMEMBER TO USE GLOVES DURING ASSEMBLY TO AVOID PINCHING and IT WILL TAKE
AT LEAST TWO PEOPLE TO ASSEMBLE THE TRAMPOLINE
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STEP 1 – Frame Layout
Please select your OWN tubing parts’ quantity according to the products in your hand from
following illustrations. All parts with the same par # are interchangeable and have not “right” or
“left” orientation, to connect the parts, simply slide a section tubing that is smaller on one end into
the adjacent section that has a larger opening. These joints are called “connector points”
Salta Trampoline 561 & 562
Salta Trampoline 563 & 564
183cm & 213cm
244cm & 305cm
REFR NR 4:
3x PIECES
Total:
9 pieces
REFR NR 3:
3x PIECES
REFR NR 5:
3x PIECES
REFR NR 4:
3x PIECES
Total:
15 pieces
REFR NR 3:
3x PIECES
REFR NR 5:
3x PIECES
REFR NR 6:
6x PIECES
Salta Trampoline 565 & 566
366cm & 427cm
REFR NR 3:
4x PIECES
Total:
20 pieces
REFR NR 4:
4x PIECES
REFR NR 5:
4x PIECES
REFR NR 6:
8x PIECES
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STEP 2 - Support Assembly
A. Slide all Vertical Leg Extensions (6)
onto the Leg Base(5) as shown
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5
STEP 3-Top Rail Assembly
3
4
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A. Two people will be necessary at this point to
assemble the trampoline. One person lifts the
Support Assembly from step 2 to a standing
(vertical) position and inserts one of the sockets of
the Top Rail with Sockets (3) into the Vertical Leg
Extension portion of the Support Assembly. The
other person holds the other end and inserts that
portion into the other Support Assembly as
shown. You should now have 2 Support Assemblies held together by 1 Top Rail with Socket
B. Now, install the other 4 Top Rails (4) into the gaps
between the Vertical Leg Extensions (3) by inserting them into the slots as shown.
STEP 4 - Trampoline Mat Assembly
When Attaching springs to the trampoline mat, Please be careful. You will need another person to
help you with this portion of the assembly. CAREFUL-When attaching the springs, the Connector
Points can become pinch points since the trampoline is tightening up.
A. Lay out the Trampoline Mat (1) inside the frame
#1
TRAMPOLINE MAT
B.
How to use the spring special tool.
STEP I : Position the spring on the eyelet of the jumping mat, attach tool and link up
to the end of the spring hook.
STEP II : Extend spring tool and link up spring hook to the hole on the trampoline
frame.
Please be careful where you place your hands and other parts of your body during
spring assembly as connector points become pinch points!
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C. On the drawing below is showed how to assemble the trampoline mat.
1.
Choose a point at the frame and attach the spring to the trampoline mat (1).
Then right across this point (six o'clock) you attach the next spring (2).
Attach spring 3 and 4 in the same way.
Then the spring should assembled at 12, 6, 3 and 9 o’clock as showed below.
2.
For the following springs you work in the same matter. Start with assembling
point 5 and the next spring (6) right across the previous spring (point 5).
In this way you avoid the tension increase between the already confirmed springs.
The same applies to point 7 and 8.
3.
Assemble the following springs in the same way from point 9 till point 16
4.
Final result when all springs are placed depending the quantity of springs.
1
2
1
4
5
6
8
3
2
3
4
16
9
12
13
14
11
10
12
7
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D.
If you notice that you have skipped a hole and V Ring connection, recount and remove
or attach any springs required to maintain the count of springs.
STEP 5-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 that it
doesn’t slide off the trampoline.
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STEP 6-Frame Pad Assembly
A.
B.
C.
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Lay the Frame Pad (2) over the trampoline so that the springs and the steel frame is
covered. Please ensure that the Frame Pad covers all metal parts.
Tie the strap located at the under side of the frame pad to the frame.
Select your Pad model.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
This trampoline was designed and manufactured with quality materials and craftsmanship. If
proper care and maintenance is provided, it will provide all jumpers with years of exercise, fun,
and enjoyment as well as reduce the risk of injury. please follow the guidelines listed below:
This trampoline is designed to withhold a certain amount of weight and use. Please make sure
that only one person at any one time uses the trampoline. Also, the person should weigh less
than 102kgs. Jumpers should either wear socks, gymnastics shoes, or be barefoot when using
the trampoline. Please be aware that street shoes or tennis shoes should NOT be worn while
using the trampoline. In order to prevent the trampoline mat from getting cut or damaged please
do not allow any pets onto the mat. Also, jumpers should remove all sharp objects from their
person prior to using the trampoline. Any type of sharp or pointed objects should be kept off the
trampoline mat at all times.
Always inspect the trampoline before each use for worn, abused or missing parts. A number of
conditions could arise that may increase your chances of getting injured. Please be aware of:
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, such as the legs
Broken, missing, or damaged springs
Damaged, missing, or insecurely attached frame pad
Protrusions of any types (especially sharp types) on the frame, springs, or mat
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 RESOLVED.
WINDY CONDITIONS
In severe wind situations, the trampoline can be blown about. If you expect windy weather conditions, the trampoline should be moved to a sheltered area or disassembled. Another option is to
tie the round, outside portion (top frame) of the trampoline to the ground using ropes and stakes.
To ensure security, at least three (3) tie downs should be used. Do not just secure the legs of the
trampoline to the ground because they can pull out the frame sockets.
MOVING THE TRAMPOLINE
If you need to move the trampoline, two people should be used. All connector points should be
wrapped secured 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 of the ground and keep it horizontal to the ground. For any type
of other move, you should disassemble the trampoline.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROTECTIVE NET
FIG.
PARTS NAME
183cm
213cm
244cm
(3Legs)
6Pole
(3Legs)
6Pole
(3Legs)
6Pole
305cm
(3Legs)
6Pole
366cm
427cm
(4Legs)
8Pole
(4Legs)
8Pole
1
LOWER STEEL TUBE
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
8PCS
8PCS
2
UPPER (PADDED) STEEL TUBE
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
8PCS
8PCS
3
SPACER
12PCS 12PCS
12PCS 12PCS
16PCS
16PCS
4
SCREW SET
12SET 12SET
12SET
12SET
16SET
16SET
5
ENCLOSURE NET
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
6
PLASTIC CAP
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
8PCS
8PCS
7
SPANNER
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
8
HEX KEY
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
9
FIBRE GLASS TUBE SET
2SET
2SET
2SET
2SET
2SET
2SET
10
POLE SLEEVE
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
6PCS
8PCS
8PCS
2. DIAGRAM FOR PARTS
1
2
(these tubes have a padded sleeve for protection of user in case of impact in use – please do not remove!)
3
6
SCREW
FLAT WASHER
DOME NUT
NYLON LOCK NUT
4
7
9
5
8
10
! WARNING
This enclosure is to be used only in connection with certain trampolines.
Read and follow all warnings and instructions
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3. ASSEMBLY
Step 1:
1
1
Using the Spacer take Screw, Flat Washer ,Nylon Lock Nut & Dome Nut and connect to the
frame as shown in diagram, In order repeat this all.
Ensure all nuts and bolts are securely tightened .
Step 2:
B
A
C
Insert Upper Steel Tube(2) into Lower Steel Tube(1) with Plastic Cap(7) in order, as
shown in A , B and C.
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Step 3:
Hem
A):Insert the fibre glass tube set through the hem at top of the enclosure net.
B):Ease through gradually. The rods will naturally snap into the metal sections.
C):Apply pressure to the beginning and end rod to form a circle.
D): Locate with push button-See diagram.
N.B. This will require 2 people
Step 4:
Position net as per image below –between leg sections of trampoline frame:
Opening with zipper
Between the open trampoline frames/legs
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Step 5:
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!
WARNING
You should go back now and stretch all attachment hooks tight and double
check to see whether you have fastened the jigs use the screw sets or not, so
the safety net stands stiff. Otherwise, the safety net will not function properly.
Then finish assembling.
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WARNING:
1. Adequate overhead clearance is essential. A minimum of 24 ft,and a clearance of 2m around
the perimeter of the trampoline. from ground level is recommended. Provide clearance for wires,
tree limbs and other possible hazards.
2. Lateral clearance is essential. Place the trampoline and trampoline enclosure away from walls,
structures, fences, and other play areas. Maintain a clear space on all sides of the trampoline
and trampoline enclosure.
3. Place the trampoline and trampoline enclosure on a level surface before use.
4. Use the trampoline and trampoline enclosure in a well-lighted area. Artificial illumination may
be required for indoor or shady areas.
5. Secure the trampoline and trampoline enclosure against unauthorized and unsupervised use.
6. Remove any obstructions from beneath the trampoline and trampoline enclosure.
7. The trampoline enclosure is only to be used as an enclosure for a trampoline and the trampoline must be of the appropriate size as covered by the specific enclosure.
8. The owner and supervisors of the trampoline are responsible for making all users aware of
practices specified in the use instructions.
WARNING:
1. 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 middle of the bed.
2. Do not allow more than one person inside the trampoline enclosure. Use by more than one
person at the same time can result in serious injuries.
3. Use trampoline enclosure only with mature, knowledge supervision. Care and Maintenance
Instructions: Inspect the trampoline enclosure before each use and replace any worn, defective
or missing parts. The following conditions could represent potential hazards:
a. Missing, improperly positioned, or insecurely attached barrier or enclosure support system
(frame) padding and pole caps.
b. Punctures, frays, tears or holes worn in the barrier or support system (frame) padding. c.
Deterioration in the stitching or fabric of the barrier or support system (frame) padding. d. Bent or
broken support system (frame).
e. Sagging barrier.
f. Sharp protrusions on the support (frame) or suspension system.
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IMPORTANT
Inspect the trampoline and enclosure before each use. Disassemble the trampoline and/or enclosure immediately if any unsafe condition exists.
Do not allow use of the trampoline or enclosure until the hazard has been corrected.
WARNING
ANCHOR YOUR TRAMPOLINE & ENCLOSURE If you live in an area with the potential for high winds or gusts of wind we advise that you anchor
your trampoline and enclosure system firmly to the ground by the top rail of the trampoline. Your
trampoline and enclosure could be carried off by a strong wind and cause damage to the unit
itself or cause other property damage.
After assembling and inspecting your trampoline and enclosure, and before permitting its
use,ensure that the trampoline is on a firm, level surface and that every leg is in contact
with and firmly supported by this surface. It is the responsibility of the owner and/or
supervisor of this trampoline to ensure unit is correctly assembled, placed and maintained.
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