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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Our trampolines are 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 certain of weight and use. Please make sure that only one person at any one time uses the trampoline. Also, the person should weigh no more than 115kg for round trampolines and 150kg for rectangle trampolines.
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 that the following could represent potential hazards:
FRAME· A bent or broken frame. Stretched or ruptured springs. Sharp protrusions on the frame or suspension system. Sleeve welds should be painted once per year. Remove any rust, which may exist by using a wire brush. Apply a coat of grey primer enamel spray paint and then a coat of aluminum enamel spray paint, following directions on paint can.
JUMPING MAT ·Punctures, frays, tears or holes worn in the jumping mat. Deterioration in the stitching of the jumping mat. Sagging jumping mat. Snow on the jumping mat will stretch springs. Jumping beds must be kept free of dirt particles and sand. Clean bed surface with cold water but do not use soaps, detergents or chemical cleaners. Mat can be damaged by belts with large buckles or pants with rivets. Mat is not resistant to scratching. ·Shoes should not be worn while using the trampoline. Wear a gymnastic slipper or jump barefoot. The mat and safety pad are not fire retardant. Keep trampoline away from fire, sparks and fireworks. Sun can deteriorate the mat fabric and stitching.
SAFETY PAD Punctures, frays, tears or holes in the safety pad. Deterioration in the stitching of the safety pad. Missing improperly positioned or insecurely attached safety pad. The safety pad could crack if exposed to extreme cold. Trampoline safety pad must be in place when using trampoline.
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 to the round, outside portion (top frame) of the trampoline to the ground using ropes and stakes. If this is done, secure the tie down to the middle of the frame tube. 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.
WINTER In areas where there is ice and snow, it is recommended that the trampoline be disassembled and stored for the winter.
WARNING! 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.WARNING! PLEASE READ ENTIRE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET THAT COMES WITH YOUR TRAMPOLINE BEFORE YOU USE THIS TRAMPOLINE.