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trampoline and enclosure net combination Failure to do so could result in entanglement strangulation or both 13 Do not attach anything to the trampoline or trampoline enclosure net system that is not a manufacturer approved accessory 14 Enter and exit the enclosure net only at the
Do Not return this product to the store Instead please visit our. website at www PropelTrampolines com where you will find our. current contact information Our friendly customer service staff. can help you with any problems or questions that may arise during. the assembly installation use maintenance or obtainment of. replacement parts for your Trampoline, This trampoline and included safety enclosure net meets or exceeds. the standards of the American Society for Testing and Materials. Read all assembly care maintenance and user instructions in. this manual prior to assembling and using this trampoline and. enclosure net combination, Please save this manual for future reference and check our. website for the latest manual revisions,LIABILITY DISCLAIMER. While every attempt is made to embody the highest degree of protection in all equipment we cannot. guarantee freedom from injury The user assumes all risk of injury due to use assembly or transportation. All merchandise is sold on this condition No representative of the company can waive or change disclaimer. This trampoline and enclosure net combination is intended to be used by only one person at a time weighing. not more than 300 lbs 15 foot 275 lbs 14 foot 250 lbs 12 foot 225 lbs 10 foot or 200 lbs 7 8 foot. TABLE OF CONTENTS,BEFORE YOU BEGIN 4,INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL AND RULES FOR USE 5. OVERVIEW OF TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE COMBINATION USE 6. INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM AND MODEL LESSONS 7,FUNDAMENTAL TRAMPOLINE SKILLS 8. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 10,FRAME ASSEMBLY 11,ENCLOSURE POST ASSEMBLY 14. Our Set up video can be,MAT AND ENCLOSURE ASSEMBLY 15 found at. SAFETY PAD ASSEMBLY 19 https propeltrampolines com. WARNING LABEL PLACEMENT 21 trampolines setup video. ANCHOR KIT INSTALLATION 22,MOVING THE TRAMPOLINE 23. DISASSEMBLY 23,CARE AND MAINTENANCE 23,TRAMPOLINE PARTS LIST 25. ENCLOSURE PARTS LIST 26,ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS 27. AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES 28,MY TRAMPOLINE INFORMATION 30. LIMITEDWARRANTY 31,WARRANTY REGISTRATION 32,WARNINGS 1 2 4 5 10 21 22. BEFORE YOU BEGIN, Thank you for purchasing a Propel Trampoline and enclosure net combination. This trampoline and enclosure net combination comes equipped with warnings and. instructions for its proper assembly care maintenance and use This information must be. read by all supervisors and users before any person is allowed to use it. Follow all warning pictures shown below or otherwise included elsewhere in this manual If you. have any questions regarding these warnings please contact us. After reading this manual if you have further questions or if you would like to contact us. please visit our web site at www PropelTrampolines com. 1 DO NOT attempt or allow somersaults Landing on the head or neck can cause serious. injury paralysis or death even when landing in the middle of the jumping mat. 2 Do not allow more than one person on the trampoline or inside the trampoline enclosure. netted area Use by more than one person at the same time can result in serious injury. 3 Use trampoline and trampoline enclosure only with mature knowledgeable supervision. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL,AND RULES FOR USE, 1 DO NOT attempt or allow somersaults Landing onto the trampoline when mounting Do not use the. on the head or neck can cause serious injury trampoline as a springboard to other objects. paralysis or death even when landing in the middle 16 Stop bounce by flexing knees as feet come in. of the jumping mat contact with the trampoline bed Learn this skill. 2 Do not allow more than one person on the before attempting others. trampoline Use by more than one person at the 17 Learn fundamental bouncing and body positions. same time can result in serious injuries thoroughly before trying more advanced skills A. 3 Use trampoline only with mature knowledgeable variety of trampoline activities can be carried out by. supervision performing the basic fundamentals in various series. 4 Trampolines over 20 in 51 cm tall are not and combinations. recommended for use by children under 6 years of 18 Avoid bouncing too high Stay low until bounce. age control and repeated landing in the center of the. 5 Inspect the trampoline and trampoline enclosure trampoline can be accomplished Control is more. before each use Make sure the barrier and the important than height. enclosure support frame and frame padding is 19 While keeping the head erect focus eyes on the. correctly and securely positioned Replace any trampoline toward the perimeter This will help. worn defective or missing parts control bounce, 6 Users may become entangled in or strangled by 20 Avoid bouncing when tired Keep turns short. loose cords or in gaps between trampoline and 21 Properly secure the trampoline when not in use. enclosure Protect it against unauthorized use If a trampoline. 7 Keep enclosure tightly fastened to the trampoline ladder is used the supervisor should remove it from. in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions the trampoline when leaving the area to prevent. Failure to properly assemble and maintain a tight unsupervised access by children under 6 years of. secure trampoline and enclosure net boundary may age. result in serious injury strangulation or death 22 Keep objects away which could interfere with. 8 Do not attempt to jump over the barrier the performer Maintain a clear area around the. 9 Do not attempt to crawl under the barrier trampoline. 10 Do not intentionally rebound off the barrier 23 Do not use the trampoline while under the. 11 Do not hang from kick cut or climb on the influence of alcohol or drugs. barrier 24 For additional information concerning the. 12 Wear clothing free of drawstrings hooks loops trampoline equipment contact the manufacturer. or anything that could get caught while using the 25 For information concerning skill training. trampoline and enclosure net combination contact a certified trampoline instructor. Failure to do so could result in entanglement 26 Bounce only when the surface of the jumping. strangulation or both mat is dry Wind or air movement should be calm to. 13 Do not attach anything to the trampoline or gentle The trampoline must not be used in gusty or. trampoline enclosure net system that is not a severe winds. manufacturer approved accessory 27 Read all instructions before using the. 14 Enter and exit the enclosure net only at the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net Warnings. enclosure door opening designated for that and instructions for the care maintenance and use. purpose of this trampoline and trampoline enclosure net are. 15 Climb on and off the trampoline carefully It is included to promote safe and enjoyable use of this. a dangerous practice to jump from the trampoline to equipment. the floor or ground when dismounting or to jump, OVERVIEW OF TRAMPOLINE AND ENCLOSURE COMBINATION USE. The first practice sessions of your new trampoline and enclosure net combination should. focus on learning fundamental body positions and practicing the eight basic jumps see pages. During this learning period jumpers should practice these basic techniques and perfect them. Braking or checking the jump should be taught first and stressed as a safety measure. Jumpers should be able to break their jump whenever they start to lose their balance or. control Do this by flexing the knees sharply upon landing and absorbing the upward thrust. of the jumping mat This allows the jumper to stop suddenly and avoid losing control. With any trampoline use the takeoff and landing points of a good controlled jump are at the. same place A skill is considered learned only when a jumper is able to perform it correctly. time after time Jumpers should never go on to more advanced jumps until they can perform. all eight basic jumps correctly each time, User should read and understand rules Supervisor should be sure that these rules are. always properly followed, 1 Appropriate clothing should be worn and could consist of a t shirt and shorts However. beginning jumpers may wish to wear loose fitting protective clothing such as a long sleeved. shirt and long pants until correct landing techniques are mastered This will reduce the chance. of mat jumping surface burns from improper landings on elbows and knees. 2 Jumpers should wear regulation gymnastic shoes heavy socks or they may jump barefooted. Street shoes or tennis shoes should not be worn when using the trampoline and enclosure net. combination as they cause excessive wear on the trampoline mat Additionally street shoes. will introduce foreign materials to the jumping surface causing it to wear prematurely. 3 Jumpers should never practice alone and unsupervised. 4 Only one person should be inside the trampoline and enclosure net at a time. 5 Uncontrolled jumping should not be permitted under any circumstances All skills should be. learned at moderate jumping heights control rather than height should be emphasized. 6 Due to the safety enclosure net the only way to exit the trampoline is to climb through the. door and off the trampoline Use caution when exiting from the trampoline to the ground. 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 8 and 9 for descriptions of basic jumping skills. 1 Mounting and dismounting entering and exiting the enclosure netting Demonstration and practice of. proper techniques,2 Fundamental jump Demonstration and practice. 3 Braking stopping the jump Demonstration and practice Braking on command. 4 Hand and knee drop Demonstration and practice stressing four point landing and alignment. 1 Review and practice all skills previously learned. 2 Knee drop Half twist to the right to the left to the feet and then to the knees. 3 Seat drop Half twist to the feet Seat drop knee drop hand and knee drop repeat. 1 Review and practice all skills previously learned. 2 Front drop To save time and avoid mat jumping surface burns all students should be requested to assume. the front drop position on the floor while the instructor checks for faults. 3 Suggested progression from hand and knee jump the body is extended for the landing in the front drop. position and the rebound is made to the feet, 4 Practice routine Hand and knee drop front drop feet seat drop half twist to feet. 1 Review and practice all skills previously learned. 2 Back drop Demonstration emphasizing the forward thrust of the hips by arching the body as one leg is. brought forward from the standing not jumping position and the drop to the back with the chin held. forward to the chest and eyes forward on the frame pad Supervising this skill is most important. Demonstration of back drop with low jump and practice of both techniques. 1 Review and practice all skills previously learned encouraging original routines based on them. 2 Half turntable Start from the front drop position and push to the left or right with the hands Turn the head. and shoulders in the same direction Keep the back parallel to the jumping mat and the head up After. completing a half turn land in the front drop position. 1 Review and practice all skills previously learned. 2 Swivel hips Suggested progression seat drop feet half twist repeat seat drop half twist to feet repeat. seat drop half twist to seat drop,3 Half turntable. FUNDAMENTAL TRAMPOLINE SKILLS,Fundamental Jump Knee Drop. 1 Start from a standing position with your head 1 Start bouncing from a standing position. erect and your eyes on the frame pad keeping your eyes on the frame pad. 2 Swing your arms forward and up in a circular 2 Land on your knees keeping your back straight. motion and your body erect, 3 Bring your feet together and point your toes 3 Come back up to an erect position. downward while in the air,4 Keep your feet about shoulder width apart. landing on the mat,Hand and Knee Drop,1 Start from a low bounce and land on your back. 1 Start bouncing from a standing position 2 Keep your chin forward on your chest as you. keeping your eyes on the frame pad land, 2 Land on the mat on your hands and knees 3 Kick forward and up with your legs to return to. 3 Push with your hands and come back up to an an erect position. erect position, 1 Land in a sitting position with your legs parallel. to the mat, 2 Place your hands on the mat beside your hips Front Drop. 3 Push with your hands to return to an erect, position 1 Start from a low bounce and land on the mat in. a prone position,2 Keep your head up and your arms extended. forward on the mat,3 Push with your arms to return to an erect. Half Turntable,1 Start from the front drop position and push to. the left or right with your arms to begin turning,your body in the opposite direction Swivel Hips. 2 Turn your head and shoulders toward the, direction that your body is turning 1 Start with a seat drop. 4 Keep your back parallel to the mat and your 2 Turn your head to the left or right and swing. head up your arms up in the same direction, 5 After completing a half turn land in the front 3 Turn your hips in the same direction as your. drop position head and arms completing a twist,4 Land in the seat drop position. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS, Adequate overhead clearance is essential A minimum of 24 feet from ground level is. recommended Provide clearance for wires tree limbs and other possible hazards. Lateral clearance is essential Place the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net away. from walls structures fences and other play areas Maintain a clear space on all sides. of the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net, Place the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net on a level surface before use. Use the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net in a well lit area Artificial. illumination may be required for indoor or shady areas. Secure the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net against unauthorized and. unsupervised use, Remove any obstructions from beneath the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net. The trampoline enclosure net is only to be used as a safety enclosure net for a. trampoline of the size for which the enclosure net is designed. The owner and supervisors of the trampoline and trampoline enclosure net are. responsible to make all users are aware of practices specified in the user manual. The trampoline and enclosure net combination should not be installed or used on. concrete asphalt or other similarly hard surfaces Using your trampoline and enclosure. net combination in such locations can increase the likelihood of injury when entering. or exiting your trampoline,IMPORTANT ASSEMBLY INFORMATION. You will need a Phillips Screwdriver not included and an adjustable wrench not. included to assemble this trampoline and enclosure net combination. Assembly requires two adults, Wear gloves to protect your hands from pinch points during assembly. To extend the life of your product a thin film of oil has been applied to all metal parts. Therefore you should wear clothing and gloves during assembly which will not be. damaged or stained by any slight oil residue When the trampoline is completely. assembled all metal parts with oil film will be covered. Frame Assembly, Read and understand all assembly instructions before beginning the assembly process. Your trampoline frame is assembled using two types of t brackets type A regular t brackets. and type B enclosure t brackets The enclosure t bracket includes a special slot to insert an. enclosure pole Each t bracket has been pre attached to a frame piece. Step 1 Select one frame piece with a type A t bracket and another with a type B t bracket. Insert the crimped end of the frame piece with the type A t bracket into the opening of the. type t bracket and place on ground with the spring holes facing down. Note Make sure the crimped end of the frame piece passes completely through the t. bracket and into the end of the adjoining frame piece. Step 2 Slide two leg tubes C onto a leg brace D One leg of each pair should have a. safety sticker attached The peak of the brace D should point toward the ground. Insert one of the leg tubes C into one of the t brackets which were previously assembled. in step one Insert the other leg into the other t bracket Press down on both legs at the. same time to ensure that they are fully inserted into the sockets. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all of the legs are assembled for your trampoline. Note You may need to pull outward on the legs C as you insert them into the sockets This. is designed to keep your trampoline tightly assembled. Step 3 Rotate two leg sections so the spring holes are facing up and hold them in the. positions shown in the figure below, Insert the crimped end of the frame tube of one section into the t bracket A of another. Repeat this step inserting each leg section into the next to complete the trampoline frame. Enclosure Pole Assembly, Read and understand all assembly instructions before beginning the assembly process. Your trampoline s enclosure poles come in two sections an upper. curved and a lower straight section, Step 1 Connect one upper pole section and one lower pole section. together making sure to match the screw holes in the two sections See. the figure to the right, Step 2 Secure the poles with a screw in the center hole and slide the. foam sleeves together to cover the screw,Caution Do not over tighten the screws or the. hole will be stripped out, Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you have assembled all of the. enclosure poles then set them aside for use in later steps. Jumping Mat and Enclosure Net, Read and understand all assembly instructions before beginning the assembly process. This trampoline should not be installed without the included enclosure safety net. Step 1 Unfold and lay the jumping mat jumping surface on the ground inside the. trampoline frame circle Make sure the warning labels are facing up. Step 2 Hook the jumping mat to the frame by attaching one spring to the right of each t. bracket see illustration below To attach a spring hook the short end to a v ring sewn to. the jumping mat and pull the spring back towards the frame using the included spring puller. Insert the long end of the spring into a slot in the frame and then release the spring You will. need to count the number of slots between t brackets so that you can find the corresponding. v ring on the jumping mat to attach the next spring. Caution Be careful where you place your hands as the spring and frame joints can. pinch We recommend wearing leather gloves while attaching the springs. Note DO NOT attach all of the springs in this step. Only attach the springs to the right of each t bracket. Step 3 Unfold the enclosure netting Locate the zipper opening and ensure that the warning.