12`/14`Deluxe JumpPOD - Jumpking Trampolines

12’/14’Deluxe JumpPOD
WARNING
Read the assembly, installation,
care, maintenance, and use
instructions in this manual prior
to assembling and using this
trampoline/enclosure. Save this
manual for future reference.
USER’S MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Assembly, Installation, Care,
Maintenance, and Use Instructions.
WARNING: The trampoline/enclosure is designed for users weighing 102 kg(224 lbs.)
or less.
Ladder and weather cover are supplied with trampoline.
YJ Europe
0844 800 4060
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REPLACEMENT
PARTS
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
TRAMPOLINE/ENCLOSURE SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . 8
USE AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
CARE AND MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
EXPLODED DRAWING AND PART LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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indoor or shady areas.
ing 102 kg (224 lbs.) or less.The trampoline is
required for indoor or shady areas.
users weighing 102 kg (224 lbs.) or less. The
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26. The trampoline is a rebounding device that
propels the user to unaccustomed heights
and into a variety of body movements.
Rebounding off the trampoline, striking the
frame or springs, or improperly landing on
the bed may cause injury.
or springs, or fall off the trampoline.
Attempting maneuvers beyond present skill
levels increases the chance of losing control.
29. Injury may result from encountering the
frame or falling through the springs while
getting onto or off the trampoline or while
jumping. Stay in the center of the bed when
jumping. Do not use the trampoline without
the frame pad securely in place to cover the
frame. The frame pad is not designed or
intended to support the weight of the user.
Do not step or jump directly onto the frame
pad.
27. Do not attempt or allow somersaults. This
can result in a broken head, neck, back, or
leg. Landing on the head or neck can cause
serious injury, paralysis, or death, even when
landing in the middle of the bed.
28. Jumpers who lose control of their jump may
land on the bed incorrectly, land on the frame
WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT
Label 1
The labels shown on this page
have been attached to the
trampoline in the indicated
locations. The placard will be
attached by the owner (see
step 7 on page 22). If one of the
labels or the placard is missing
or illegible, call our Customer
Hot Line (see page 3) and order
a free replacement label or
placard. Attach the label or
placard in the location shown.
Avoid bouncing when tired.
Note: The labels and the placard
are not shown actual size.
organization.
Placard
(to be attached
by the owner)
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WARNING PLACARD PLACEMENT
The placard shown at the right must be
attached to the trampoline enclosure by
the owner (see assembly step 14 on page
24). If the placard is missing or illegible,
call our Customer Hot Line toll-free at
0844 800 4060, Monday through Friday,
8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Central Time, to order
a free replacement placard. Note: The
placard is not shown actual size.
Avoid bouncing when tired.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Thank you for selecting a jumpPOD trampoline/
enclosure. “jumpPOD” are designed and crafted to
provide many years of fun and fitness. This trampoline/enclosure come equipped with warnings and
instructions for the assembly, care, maintenance,
and use of the trampoline/enclosure. This information
must be read by all trampoline supervisors and users
before any person is allowed to jump and use enclosure
on the trampoline.
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If you have questions after reading this manual,
please call our Customer Hot Line at 0844 800 4060,
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Central Time
(excluding holidays). To help us assist you,
please mention the name of the product when calling.
TRAMPOLINE SAFETY INFORMATION
In trampoline use, as in all active recreational sports,
participants can be injured. However, there are steps
that can be taken to reduce the risk of injury. In this
section, primary accident patterns are identified and
the responsibilities of supervisors and jumpers in accident prevention are described.
Loss of Control: Jumpers who lose control of their
jump may land on the bed incorrectly, land on the
frame or springs, or fall off the trampoline. A controlled
jump is one where the landing is in the same spot as
the takeoff. Before learning a more difficult maneuver,
the preceding one should be performed consistently
under control. Attempting a maneuver beyond present
skill levels increases the chance of loss of control. To
regain control and stop your jump, bend your knees
sharply when you land.
ACCIDENT CLASSIFICATION
Somersaults (flips): Landing on your head or neck,
even in the middle of the trampoline bed, increases
the risk of a broken back or neck, which can result in
paralysis or death. Such events can occur when a
jumper makes an error trying to perform a forward or
backward somersault (flip). Do not perform somersaults (flips) on this backyard trampoline.
Alcohol or Drug Use: The chance of injury increases
when a jumper has consumed alcohol or taken drugs.
These substances impair a person’s reaction time,
judgment, and physical coordination.
Encountering Objects: Use of a trampoline while
other people, pets, or objects are underneath it will
increase the chance of injury. Jumping while holding
or having an object on the trampoline, particularly one
that is sharp or breakable, will increase the chance of
injury. Placing a trampoline too close to overhead
electrical wires, tree limbs, or other obstructions can
increase the chance of injury.
Multiple Jumpers: More than one jumper on the
trampoline increases the chance of a jumper becoming injured by losing control of his or her jump.
Jumpers may collide with one another, fall off the
trampoline, fall on or through the springs, or land
incorrectly on the bed. The lightest weight jumper is
the jumper most likely to be injured.
Mounting and Dismounting: The trampoline bed is
several feet from ground level. Jumping off the trampoline to the ground or any other surface may result
in injury. Jumping onto the trampoline from a roof,
deck, or other object also represents a risk of injury.
Smaller children may need assistance getting onto or
down from the trampoline. Climb carefully onto and off
the trampoline. Do not step onto the springs or the
frame pad. Do not grasp the frame pad to pull yourself onto the trampoline.
Poor Maintenance of the Trampoline: Jumpers may
be injured if a trampoline is used when it is in poor
condition. A torn bed, bent frame, broken spring, or
missing frame pad, for example, should be replaced
before anyone is allowed to jump. Inspect the trampoline before each use.
Weather Conditions : A wet trampoline bed is too
slippery for safe jumping. Gusty or high winds can
cause jumpers to lose control. To reduce the chance
of injury, use the trampoline only under appropriate
weather conditions.
Striking the Frame or the Springs:
Injury may result
from encountering the frame or falling through the
springs while jumping or getting onto or off the trampoline. Stay in the center of the bed when jumping.
Make sure to keep the frame pad in place to cover
the frame. The frame pad is not designed nor intended to support the weight of the trampoline user. Do
not step or jump directly onto the frame pad.
Access: To prevent access to the trampoline by
unsupervised smaller children, the access ladder
should always be removed and stored in a secure
location when the trampoline is not in use.
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METHODS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION
Inspect the trampoline before using it. Do not use the
trampoline without the frame pad securely in place to
cover the frame. Do not use the trampoline when it is
wet or in a windy condition. A worn or damaged bed,
spring, or frame piece should be replaced immediately.
The Supervisor’s Role in Preventing Accidents
It is the responsibility of the supervisors of trampoline
users to provide knowledgeable and mature supervision. They need to know and enforce all the rules and
warnings set forth in this manual to minimize the likelihood of accidents and injuries and to inform users of
these rules. During periods of time when supervision
is unavailable or inadequate, this may require that the
trampoline be disassembled, placed in a secure area,
or otherwise secured against unauthorized use.
Another option that may be considered is covering the
trampoline with a heavy tarp that can be secured with
locks and chains. It is the responsibility of the supervisor to make sure that the placard with TRAMPOLINE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (see step 7 on page 22) is
kept posted on the trampoline and that jumpers are
informed about these instructions.
Keep objects away that could interfere with the
jumper.
Secure the trampoline against unauthorized and
unsupervised use.
For the Jumper
Do not use the trampoline when under the influence
of drugs or alcohol.
Avoid bouncing when tired.
JUMPING
The Jumper’s Role in Preventing Accidents
Learn fundamental jumps and body positions thoroughly before trying more advanced skills. Be alert to
your own limitations in the execution of trampoline
skills. Review this manual to learn how to do basic
jumps.
Education on the part of the user is a must for safety.
Users must first learn a low, controlled bounce and
then learn the basic landing positions and combinations before proceeding to intermediate skills.
Jumpers must understand why they have to master
“control” before they can start thinking about other
moves. Understanding the proper progression of skills
in jumping on a trampoline must be the first lesson.
Review this manual to learn about the basic techniques for using the trampoline. Follow the rules on
the placard with TRAMPOLINE SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS (see step 7 on page 22). For further
information or additional instructional materials, contact a certified trampoline instructor.
Stop your bounce by flexing your knees as your feet
come in contact with the trampoline bed. Learn this
skill before attempting others.
Avoid jumping too high or for too long. Always control
your jump. A controlled jump is one where the takeoff
and landing spots are the same.
Bounce in the center of the trampoline. Focus your
eyes on the frame pad. Failure to do so may result in
a loss of balance and control.
TRAMPOLINE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Take turns jumping, one at a time, and always have
someone watch you.
For the Supervisor
Read the instructions before using the trampoline.
Enforce all of the safety rules and be familiar with the
information in this manual to help new users learn
basic jumps and all users follow trampoline safety. All
trampoline users must have mature, knowledgeable
supervision, regardless of the skill or age of the
jumper.
GETTING ON AND OFF
Climb onto and off the trampoline; do not jump onto it
or off it. Do not use the trampoline as a springboard to
other objects. For additional information regarding skill training, contact a trainer certification organization.
This trampoline is not recommended for use by children under 6 years of age.
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TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE SAFETY INFORMATION
NEED FOR TRAMPOLINE ENCLOSURE SAFETY
electricity. Lights, electric heaters, extension cords,
and household electrical appliances are not permitted
in or on the trampoline or enclosure.
A trampoline enclosure is a recreational product.
The information on this page and on page 11 identifies
important safety precautions. The precautions are not
all-inclusive, because an enclosure can be used in
ways that this manual cannot cover completely.
Hazards Associated with Entering and Exiting the
Trampoline Enclosure
A trampoline enclosure installed on a trampoline is
raised off the ground. The height of the enclosure
increases the risk of a fall when a jumper is entering
or exiting the enclosure. Young children in particular
may have difficulty getting into and out of the enclosure. To reduce the risk of falling, help young children
to get into and out of the enclosure.
To prevent pinches and cuts during enclosure use, a
frame pad must be installed on the trampoline. (See
the trampoline manufacturer’s instructions.) The frame
pad must be installed before the enclosure is erected.
The frame pad reduces the chance of injury from accidental contact with the springs and frame.
Enter and exit the trampoline enclosure only through
the door of the enclosure (the opening in the netting
walls). The trampoline bed and the netting walls of the
enclosure are separate pieces; jumpers, particularly
young children, must not exit the enclosure by going
out between the bed and the netting walls. Trying to
exit in this way poses a risk of strangulation from
being caught between the trampoline frame and the
netting walls.
USING THE ENCLOSURE SAFELY
Adult Supervision of Children
Children using a trampoline with a trampoline enclosure must be supervised by adults. Young children
must be supervised constantly. Adults must pay particular attention to:
• things that children bring into the enclosure.
• children’s activities inside the enclosure.
• conditions inside the enclosure while children are
using it.
• the way children get into and out of the enclosure.
Darkness increases the chances of a fall when a
jumper is entering or exiting the enclosure. Do not use
the trampoline unless adequate lighting is provided.
Hazards Associated with Animals and Sharp and
Breakable Objects
Additional details of safe enclosure use are described
below.
To avoid damage to the trampoline enclosure and the
trampoline, do not allow pets or other animals inside
of the enclosure. The claws and teeth of animals can
damage the netting. Do not jump on the trampoline
while holding or wearing a sharp or breakable object.
Electrocution Hazard Associated with the Metal
Frame of the Trampoline and Enclosure
The trampoline and enclosure frames are made of
metal. They are not grounded, and they will conduct
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Hazards Associated with High Winds
A trampoline with an enclosure can be moved or
blown over by high winds, potentially injuring anyone
in its path or anyone inside of the enclosure. If you
anticipate high winds, take down the enclosure netting, and stake the trampoline frame to the ground
(see page 25), or move the trampoline and enclosure
to a sheltered location.
Storing the Trampoline Enclosure Safely
Specific steps for storing the trampoline enclosure are
presented later in this manual. There are specific
safety precautions to be aware of when storing the
enclosure.
Remove the attached tube sections as a unit, and
separate them on the ground. Avoid pinching your fingers by keeping your fingers away from pinch points
near the bracket assembly while you are removing the
tubes from the frame.
Placing the Trampoline in a Safe Place
There must be at least 7.3 m (24 ft.) of clear, open
space above the trampoline bed. Do not place or
store anything underneath the trampoline.
This trampoline enclosure is not recommended for
use by children under 6 years of age or by anyone
weighing more than 102 kg (224 lbs.).
Use the trampoline only when the bed is clean and
dry. Inspect the trampoline and enclosure prior to
each use and replace any worn or damaged parts.
Use only when the enclosure netting has no holes,
the clamps are tightly secured to the tubes and the
frame, and the netting is properly suspended.
For the Jumper
Do not use the trampoline enclosure when under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
Avoid jumping too high or for too long. Always control
your jump.
Take turns jumping one at a time, and always have
someone watch you.
Do not attempt to jump over the netting. Do not intentionally rebound off the netting. Do not hang from,
kick, cut, or climb on the netting.
Wear clothing that is free of drawstrings, hooks, loops
or anything that could get caught in the netting.
To avoid injury, the trampoline must be kept away
from objects and possible hazards including electric
power wiring, tree limbs, and fences. Do not place the
trampoline near any other recreational devices or
structures such as a swimming pool or swing set.
Do not attach anything to the netting that is not a
Bazoongi approved accessory or part of the trampoline enclosure.
The trampoline must be placed on a level surface
before use, and the area around the trampoline must
always be well lighted.
Enter and exit the trampoline enclosure only through
the door in the netting. To enter the enclosure, first
unfasten the plastic clips on the door and unzip the
zippers. Place one knee on the frame pad and climb
head first through the door. Refasten the plastic clips
and close the zippers.
For the Supervisor
Be familiar with the information in this manual and
enforce all of the safety rules. Help new users and all
users to use the trampoline and enclosure safely.
All trampoline users must have someone watch them,
regardless of the skill or age of the user.
Secure the trampoline against unauthorized and
unsupervised use. Keep the trampoline free of objects
that could interfere with the jumper.
How to Enter and Exit the Trampoline Enclosure
To exit the enclosure, first unzip the zippers on the
door and unfasten the plastic clips. Sit on the bed of
the trampoline and climb feet first through the door.
When you are through the door and sitting on the
frame pad, step or jump safely to the ground. Close
the zippers and refasten the plastic clips.
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USE AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL
OVERVIEW OF TRAMPOLINE USE
The first periods of trampoline use should focus on
learning fundamental body positions and practicing
the eight basic bounces that are described on
pages 14 and 15 in this manual.
During this learning period, jumpers should
• • practice
these basic techniques and perfect them. Braking,
or checking the bounce, should be taught first and
stressed as a safety measure. Jumpers should brake
their jump whenever they start to lose balance or control. This is done by simply flexing the knees
sharply upon landing and absorbing the upward
thrust of the bed. This enables the jumper to stop
suddenly and avoid losing control.
In trampoline use, the takeoff point and landing
point of a good, controlled jump are in the same
spot. An exercise is considered learned only when a
jumper is able to perform it consistently. Jumpers
should never proceed to any advanced step until they
can perform all previous techniques consistently.
Allow each jumper a brief turn on the trampoline.
Extended bouncing exposes an overtired user to an
increased risk of injury. Longer turns tend to lessen
the interest of others waiting to jump. Clothing should
consist of a T-shirt and shorts. Jumpers should wear
regulation gymnastic shoes or heavy socks, or they
may jump barefoot. Street shoes or tennis shoes
should not be worn on the trampoline. Beginning
jumpers may wish to wear loose-fitting protective
clothes, such as a long-sleeve shirt and pants, until
correct landings are mastered. This will reduce the
chance of mat (bed) burns from improper landings on
elbows and knees. No hard-sole shoes should be
worn, as they cause excessive wear on the trampoline bed.
Mounting and dismounting properly
should be a
strict rule from the beginning. Users should climb onto
the trampoline by placing their hands on the frame
and stepping or rolling up onto the frame, across the
springs, and onto the bed. Do not step directly onto
the frame pad or grasp the frame pad when mounting
or dismounting the trampoline. Users should always
place their hands on the frame while mounting or dismounting. To dismount, jumpers should walk to the
side of the bed, bend over and place one hand on the
frame, and then step from the bed to the ground. If
you have installed the optional ladder, its rungs can
be used to mount or dismount. Always face the ladder
and place your hands on the frame. Make sure your
foot has secure contact with the ladder rung when
using it.
Reckless bouncing should not be permitted. All skills
should be learned at moderate heights. Control,
rather than height, should be emphasized. Jumpers
should be forbidden to practice alone and unsupervised.
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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 14 and 15
for descriptions of basic trampoline skills.
Lesson 1
1. Mounting and dismounting—Demonstration and
practice of proper techniques.
2. Fundamental bounce—Demonstration and practice.
3. Braking (checking the bounce)—Demonstration and
practice. Braking on command.
4. Hand and knee drop—Demonstration and practice,
stressing four-point landing and alignment.
Lesson 2
leg is brought forward from the standing (not
bouncing) position, and the drop to the back with
the chin held forward to the chest and the eyes forward on the frame pad. Spotting this skill is most
important. Demonstration of back drop with low
bounce and practice of both techniques.
Lesson 5
1. Review and practice of 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 bed and the head up.
After completing a half turn, land in the front drop
position.
Lesson 6
1. Swivel hips—Suggested progression: seat drop,
feet, half twist, repeat; seat drop, half twist to feet,
repeat; seat drop, half twist to seat drop.
1. Review and practice of skills previously learned.
2. Half turntable.
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.
Lesson 3
1. Review and practice of skills previously learned.
2. 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 bounce, the body is extended for
the landing in the front drop position, and the
rebound is made to the feet.
3. Practice routine—Hand and knee drop, front drop,
feet, seat drop, half twist to feet.
Lesson 4
1. Review and practice of skills previously learned.
2. Back drop—Demonstration, emphasizing the forward thrust of the hips by arching the body as one
Lesson 7
The student should now be encouraged to design and
organize routines, with emphasis on good form. The
instructor may judge or grade students and arrange
groupings for further instruction accordingly.
To stimulate interest in competition, the game of
“Trampoline Horse” can be introduced. Before the
game begins, students must count off. To start the
game, student number 1 performs a stunt. Student
number 2 then mounts the trampoline and performs
the same stunt and adds a second stunt. Student
number 3 mounts and performs stunts 1 and 2 and
adds a third stunt. Thus, the series of stunts is continuously lengthened. The first person to miss a stunt in
the series assumes the letter “H” and starts a new
series with a stunt. If a person misses again, he
assumes the letter “O.” The first person to accumulate
“H-O-R-S-E” is eliminated from the game. The last
remaining contestant is the winner.
Lesson planning from this point should be facilitated
by contacting a certified trampoline instructor.
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BASIC TRAMPOLINE SKILLS
Fundamental Bounce
Knee Drop
1. Start from a standing position with your head
erect and your eyes on the frame pad.
1. Start bouncing from a standing position,
keeping your eyes on the frame pad.
2. Swing your arms forward and up in a circular
motion.
2. Land on your knees, keeping your back
straight and your body erect.
3. Bring your feet together and point your toes
downward while in the air.
3. Come back up to an erect position.
4. Keep your feet about 30 cm (15 in.) apart
when landing on the bed.
Hand and Knee Drop
Back Drop
1. Start bouncing from a standing position,
keeping your eyes on the frame pad.
1. Start from a low bounce and land on your
back.
2. Land on the bed on your hands and knees.
2. Keep your chin forward on your chest as you
land.
3. Push with your hands and come back up to
an erect position.
3. Kick forward and up with your legs to return to
an erect position.
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Seat Drop
Front Drop
1. Land in a sitting position with your legs
parallel to the bed.
1. Start from a low bounce and land on the bed
in a prone position.
2. Place your hands on the bed beside your
hips.
2. Keep your head up and your arms extended
forward on the bed.
3. Push with your hands to return to an erect
position.
3. Push with your arms to return to an erect
position.
Half Turntable
Swivel Hips
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.
1. Start with a seat drop.
2. Turn your head to the left or right and swing
your arms up in the same direction.
2. Turn your head and shoulders toward the
direction that your body is turning.
3. Turn your hips in the same direction as your
head and arms, completing a twist.
3. Keep your back parallel to the bed and your
head up.
4. Land in the seat drop position.
4. After completing a half turn, land in the front
drop position.
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ASSEMBLY
IMPORTANT ASSEMBLY INFORMATION
• A Phillips Head screw driver is needed to
assemble trampoline/enclosure. However, a
screwdriver is not provided.
• Assembly requires two persons. Keep children
away from the trampoline/enclosure until it is
fully assembled.
• Use gloves to protect your hands from pinch
points during assembly.
• The assembly steps refer to parts by their descriptions and key numbers (see the PART LIST on
page 26). If a part is missing, see ORDERING
REPLACEMENT PARTS on page 26.
TRAMPOLINE/ENCLOSURE PLACEMENT
1. Place the trampoline/enclosure on a level surface
before use.
2. Adequate overhead clearance is essential. A
minimum of 7.3 m (24 ft.) from ground level is
recommended. Provide clearance for wires,
tree limbs, and other possible hazards.
Lateral clearance is also essential. Place the
trampoline/enclosure away from walls, structures,
fences, and other play areas. Maintain a clear
space on all sides of the trampoline/enclosure.
3. Use the trampoline/enclosure in a well-lighted
area. Artificial illumination may be required for
indoor or shady areas.
4. Secure the trampoline/enclosure against
unauthorized and unsupervised use.
5. Remove any obstructions from beneath the
trampoline/enclosure.
6. The owner and supervisors of the trampoline
are responsible to make all users aware of
practices specified in this manual.
7. The trampoline/enclosure is only to be used
as an enclosure for a round trampoline.
1a. Lay Top Tubes 1 and 2 on the ground as
shown in the picture. Ensure that the large
Enclosure Socket (4A) is positioned on the
right hand end of the left top rail, with the ‘A’
label and screw hole on the outside face. The
small Socket (3B) is to be positioned
on the right hand end of the right top rail.
1b. Connect the two top rails as shown in the
picture.
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1c. For ease of installation, insert the longer leg
(5B) into the smaller Socket(3B).
1d. Insert the Centre 7 (W shape leg) into the
Longer leg (5B).
1e. Next, attach the shorter leg (6A) to the
Centre 7 (W shape leg) BEFORE inserting
into the large Enclosure Socket (4A), as
shown in the picture.
1f. Then, place your feet either side of the large
Enclosure Socket (4A) to steady the toprail.
Next, insert the shorter leg(6A) into the open
socket. For extra leverage, place your hands
at the bottom of the shorter leg(6A).
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1g. By anchoring the top rail with your feet,
you can pull the pole leg into the open
socket.
Note: These parts will be under tension. This
ensures the legs do not drop out during use.
1h. The finished quadrant will look like this.
Next, repeat steps 1 - 7 to complete the
remaining 3 quadrants, giving you 4 identical
assemblies.
2a. Next, turn each of the 4 quadrants over and
connect them together, as shown in the
picture. This is best done with 2 people.
2b. This picture shows 2 connected quadrants.
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2c. This picture shows 2 connected quadrants,
as the trampoline frame takes shape.
2d. Then connect the remaining 2 quadrants.
When connecting the last part of the ring,
it often helps to have another person standing
diametrically opposite you, who can push the
frame towards you as you connect the final
joint. This helps mantain the circular shape.
This picture shows the completed assembly
of the large Enclosure Socket(4A).
This picture shows the completed assembly
of the small Socket(3B).
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3. Lay the Bed (8) on the ground inside of the
assembled frame. Make sure that the two warning decals (not shown) are on top of the Bed.
3
Frame
Holes
V-rings
8
Note: There are V-rings around the edge of the
Bed (8) and holes around the top of the frame.
During this step, you will attach the Bed to the
frame using the included Springs (11) for holes
on top of frame and for holes on bottom of frame
(see the inset drawing). Hook a spring to the
Bed(8) and using the spring pulling tool(12), pull
the spring from the Bed to the hole slot in the
trampoline frame with even spring tension.
11(two pcs)
11(two pcs)
11(two pcs)
11(two pcs)
To attach each Spring, you will first hook one end
of the Spring into a V-ring with yellow webbing
location (see the inset drawing).
Hook the first two Spring (11) into two the V-rings
(with yellow webbing) on the Bed (8) and into the
holes on the Enclosure Socket. Attach two more
Springs (11) with yellow webbing location directly
across the Bed (with the webbing) from the first two
Spring. Attach two more Spring (11)with yellow
webbing location halfway between the first/second
Spring (11), so eight Springs (11) are attached as
Spring (10):
shown. Attach four more Springs (10) (not shown)
Hook the V-ring
halfway between the first eight Springs(11).
Continue attaching Springs (10)halfway between
the previously attached Springs,until all the Springs
are attached.
During the installations of spring, wear
gloves and protective eye wear
Spring(11):
(Yellow Color)
Hook the V-ring
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V-ring
10
10
8
Frame
4. Lay the Frame Pad (9) on the frame. Adjust the
position of the Frame Pad so the notches are
aligned with the Legs (5,6) as shown. Be sure
4 Enclosure Frame Opening are fit to the
Enclosure Socket position.
4
Enclosure Frame Opening
Do not use the trampoline without the Frame
Pad (9), which is designed to reduce the likelihood of injury to the user from coming in contact with the trampoline frame. If you do not
have a Frame Pad, contact your dealer to
obtain one. Properly install the Frame Pad
before using the trampoline.
6
5
9
Notches
Frame Pad (9)
Enclosure Socket
Enclosure Frame Opening
5
5. Now attach the yellow warning placard using the
enclosed tie warp.Place it at the point where you will
normally mount the trampoline.The tie wrap should go
around a vertical frame joint and a top rail to keep it from
moving laterally.
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9
5.a Lay the one-piece frame pad on the trampoline so it
covers the frame and spring.Make sure the pad completely
covers the frame.The pad has eight(8)sets of attachment
5.a
strings (Figure A).Using the plastic string and drilling
throught eyelet and binding on the iron tube.
Figure A
Figure B
Elastic Tie-Down
6 . Thread one end of Elastic Tie-Down, then tie a knot
Figure B
Elastic Tie-Down
V-Ring
on V-Ring.
V-Ring
Repeat this step with the remaining straps each pad
section (not shown).
Spring
Strap with Double D-ring on the pad edge
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7
7. Using the included plastic tie, attach the Safety
Placard (21) to the frame near the point where
jumpers will climb onto and off the trampoline.
The trampoline is now fully assembled. Make
sure that all parts are securely attached.
Familiarize yourself and all users of the trampoline with the safety precautions, use and
instructional materials, and care and maintenance instructions in this manual before using
the trampoline.
Frame
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8
8. Lay a Straight Tube (13) and a Top Straight Tube
Tube (14) with Plastic Cap on the ground.
13
18
Make sure that the Straight Tube (13) are oriented so the small holes are in the position shown.
note that the ends of the Straight Tube (13)
should not be covered.
14
18
Small Hole
Plastic Cap
(22)
13
Insert the Straight Tube (13) into the Top Straight
Tube (14). Tighten a Self-tapping Screw (19) into
the small hole in the Straight Tubes (13).
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Assemble the remaining Straight Tubes (13), Top
Straight Tubes (14), and Foam Sleeves (18) in the
same way.
18
14
19
Tighten Self-tapping Screw
Into Small Hole
Plastic Cap
(22)
9
9. Insert the end of Straight Pole (13,14) into the hole
of Enclosure Socket (4).
14
Attach the other three Straight Pole (13,14) in the
same way. See inset drawing.
13
9
8
Insert the Completed Straight Pole (12,13)
into the hole of Enclosure Socket (4)
14
13
22
9
8
10. Spread out Top G3 Pole (15) joint each section Connector
to a straight line.
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6 Sections Per Line
Top G3 Pole (15)
Assemble the remaining Top G3 Pole (15) in the same way.
Spread the Netting (20) on the trampoline bed,
insert a Top G3 Pole (15) into the opening of
Top Sleeve on the Netting (20). Insert the
other Top G3 Pole (15) into the opposite opening
of Top Sleeve on the Netting (20).
Spread out G3 Pole and Joint each section
to one straight line.
10.a
Opening
(15)
Netting(20)
Insert the pole into sleeve of the Netting(20)
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11. Joint each end of Top G3 Pole (15) by the clip of
connector at each opening. The Top Sleeve of the
Netting (20) become a round shape.
Joint the end of each pole by Clip of Connector
Start:
Finish
Top Sleeve
See inset drawing for attach of Handing Point :
Attached Hanging Point:
G3 Pole(15)
(22)
Door of Netting
11.a
Netting
Hanging point 2
Hanging point 1
Plastic cap(22)
Hanging point 3
Hanging point 4
Netting (20)
Door of Netting
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12.Note: During steps 12 and 13, you will
“sew”the lower edge of the Netting(8)
to the V-rings on the bed using the
Cords(23).
12
8
Locate the V-ring closest to the door.
Thread one end of a Cord(23)through
the lower edge of the Netting(8)above
the V-ring and then thread the Cord
through the V-ring. Tie the Netting to
the V-ring, by making a double knot in
the Cord.
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13.Thread the Cord(23) through the lower
edge of the Netting(8) halfway between
the first V-ring and the V-ring to the
left, and then thread the Cord through
the V-ring to the left. Repeat this
procedure until the entire Cord is
threaded through the Netting and the
V-rings as shown. Keep the Cord taut.
Tie the end of the Cord to the last Vring that it reaches.
13
8
23
Tie a second Cord(not shown)to the last
V-ring reached by the first Cord. Thread
the second Cord through the Netting(8)
and the V-ring as described above. Repeat
this procedure with the remaining Cords
until the last Cord reaches the first
Cord. (Note: The last Cord may overlap
the first Cord.) Make sure that the
Netting is sewn to every V-ring on the
trampoline bed; the Netting below the
door must also be sewn to the V-rings.
14
14.Using the included plastic tie,
attach the Safety Placard(21)to
the Netting(20) near the door as
shown.
The trampoline/enclosure is now fully
assembled. Make sure that all parts are
securely attached. Familiarize yourself
and all users of the trampoline/enclosure
with the safety precautions, use and
instructional materials, and care and
maintenance instructions in this manual
before using .
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DISASSEMBLY
To disassemble the trampoline/enclosure, follow assembly steps 1 through 14 in reverse order.
Do not attempt to disassemble any trampoline frame components before the springs and the
bed have been removed. Use gloves to protect your hands from pinch points during disassembly.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Care
REMOVE AND STORING THE TRAMPOLINE/
ENCLOSURE
Do not allow pets or animals on the trampoline or
inside the enclosure, as claws may snag and pull
the bed material or damage the frame pad or netting.
Make sure that the trampoline/enclosure is dry before
removing and storing it. Use caution while removing
the tubes due to the weight of the tubes.
The trampoline/enclosure is intended to be used by
one person at a time weighing 102 kg (224 lbs) or less.
The user should be either barefoot,wearing socks,or
wearing gymnastic shoes.
Street shoes or tennis shoes should not be worn on
the trampoline.The user should remove all sharp
objects from his or her person that may cause injury or
damage to the bed.Heavy,sharp, or pointed hard
objects should not contact the bed.
Appropriate shoes should be worn inside the enclosure to reduce wear to the bed.
Once the enclosure is removed from the trampoline,
remove all items from the trampoline bed. Make sure
that the bed is clean and that it has no tears or holes.
Store the trampoline/enclosure in a safe, dry location.
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
High Wind
MAINTENANCE
Your trampoline is manufactured using quality materials and crafted to provide you and your family with
many years of enjoyment and exercise.Proper maintenance and care will help to prolong the life of the
trampoline and reduce the possibility of injury.
Prolinged exposure to the sun,especiallu ultraviolet
rays, will shorten the life of the enclosure fabric.For
longer fabric life,store the enclosure when it is not
being used.A dry enclosure,properly stored, will provide the longest life of the fabric, sewing, and hardware.Remove the enclosure from the trampoline during harsh weather conditions or during long periods of
non-use.
The following guideline should always be observed.
Inspect the trampoline / enclosure before each use,
and replace any worn,defective or missing parts.
The following conditions could represent potential
hazards and increase the danger of personal injury:
Stake
It is possible for the trampoline/enclosure
be blown about by high wind.If you anticipate
high winds,the trampoline/enclosure should be
moved to a sheltered location, disassembled,
or tied down to the ground with ropes and
stakes (not included). At least three ropes and three
stakes should be used. The tops of the stakes
should be at ground level so that they will not create a
tripping hazard.In addition,the tops of the stakes
should be covered,if necessary,so that users will not
be injured by falling onto the stakes. Make sure to
attach the ropes to the top of the frame; do not simply
secure the legs or the bases to the ground,as they
can separate from the frame sockets.
Moving the Trampoline
• a missing,improperly positioned or insecurely
attached frame pad, netting, enclosure tubes,
foam sleeves.
• punctures,frays, tears, or holes worn in the bed,
frame pad, netting, foam sleeves.
• deterioration in the stitching or fabric of the bed,
frame pad, netting.
• ruptured or missing springs
• a bent or broken frame, leg, enclosure tubes
• a sagging bed, netting
• sharp protrusions on the frame, suspension
system, enclosure tubes
If the trampoline/enclosure needs to be nived,it should
be moved by two persons, kept horizontal, and lifted
slightly. If necessary,the trampoline/enclosure
can be disassembled for moving.
To disassemble the trampoline/enclosure, follow the
assembly steps in reverse order (see pages 11 to 16).
Do not attempt to disassemble the frame sections,
legs, or bases before the bed and springs have been
removed.
If any of these conditions exists, the trampoline
should be disassembled or otherwise protected
against use until the condition is remedied.
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EXPLODED DRAWING AND PART LIST
18
22
14
20
12
13
8
21
17
9
10
4
3
1
6
2
5
7
11
21
15
16
21(User’s Manual)
Key
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Qty.
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
72
88
8
1
4
4
Description
Top Tube (With Socket)
Top Tube
Socket
Enclosure Socket
Leg Extension (B)
Leg Extension (A)
Center
Stitched Bed with V-rings
Frame Pad
7”length Springs (For 12ft)
7”length Springs (For 14ft)
7”length Yellow Springs
Spring Tool
Straight Pole
Enclosure Top Tube
Key
No.
Qty.
15
16
17
18
19*
20
21
22
2
1
4
8
8
1
1
4
23*
*
8
1
Description
G3 Pole
Ladder
Enclosure Socket Cap
Foam Sleeve
Self-tapping Screw
Netting with attached Hardware
User’s Manual and Safety Placard (2PCS)
Plastic Cap (This part has been attached
to the top of the Top Curve Pole(14).)
Cord
Set of ASTM Frame Labels
*This part is not illustrated.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
To order replacement parts, visit our Web site or call our Customer Hot Line (see page 6,7).
To help us assist you, please provide the following information when calling:
• the MODEL of the trampoline/enclosure
• the NAME of the product
• the KEY NUMBER and DESCRIPTION of the part (see the PART LIST above)
• the quantity needed
• the desired method of shipping
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