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Инструкция по эксплуатации Eureka! s, модель Tessel

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Do not bounce tent bag on its end to get the tent out. These actions may cut the shock cord and/or damage the pole ends. 1. Unroll and unfold the tent and lay it on the ground. In windy conditions, stake down one front corner into wind. See fig.1. 3. Fit the posts into the grommets: There are webs and grommets sewn to each corner of the tent. Start at either end and insert the locking posts from the base of the frame poles into one of the grommets. Repeat at the opposite end, raising the frame as you work. See fig. 4, 5 & 6. a. Reach under the fly and find the hook and loop fasteners. Wrap them around the poles. See fig.12. b. At each corner, attach the web buckles, from the fly, to their mates on the tent web. Pull the web to adjust tension as needed. See fig.13. 7. Stake out the vestibules: At the front of the tent, pull the stake out loops on the vestibule taut and stake them down. Make sure that the vestibule is tight across the door. Repeat with the other vestibule at the rear of the tent. 8. Stake out the side vents: Pull out the vent cord on the side of the tent, stake down and adjust tension with the slider. It is important to stake these out for proper ventilation. Pull out the cord attached to the loop at the tent floor, tie it to the vent stake and adjust. See fig.14. Repeat on the other side. Take down: Pull up stakes. Remove the fly and fold it into a long rectangle. Pull poles out of the grommets, collapse the frame and stow. Fold the tent into a long rectangle and lay the fly on top along with the bag of poles. Roll up all and stow in the carry bag. Optional: Add durability and versatility to your tent with our “Lite-Set” Footprint. It’s made of the same fabric as the tent's floor: with web loops, grommets, and side release buckles. The Footprint, along with the fly and poles creates a lightweight, compact basic shelter with a carry weight reduced by more than 25%. Your tent is ready! 5. Stake the tent down: The tent is now freestanding. Move it to your desired location. Stake it down through the web loops. See fig.9. Stake opposite corners while applying tension to smooth the floor wrinkles and square the tent. See fig.10. 2. Build the frame on the ground: Fit each pole to its mate or hub. The sections are shockcorded. Try to keep the poles from snapping together, as this can damage the ends. It is important to make sure that each section has firmly seated into the hub. Improperly fit poles may cause the hub to break. Set the frame over the tent so that the pole posts align to the tent corners. See fig.2, 3 & 4. 4. Attach the tent body to the frame: There are two types of connectors. First, hang the two hub clips at the center peak. They just twist on/off. See fig.7. Then, work your way down and across the frame, attaching the pole clips as you go. See fig. 8. 6. Attach the fly to the tent: Drape the fly over the top of the tent. It only fits one way. The doors of the fly align with the doors of the tent. See fig 11. fig.12 Good: 4 stakes /4 lines Best: 4 stakes /8 lines REV E. FEB 09 SEAM SEALING: We recommend use of a sealer such as Kenyon Seam Sealer 3 or McNett Outdoor SeamGrip®. • Work in a fully ventilated area. • Set the tent up or lay the tent out flat. Taut seams allow for even application and penetration of the sealer. • Decide which seams need to be sealed. For example, seams that will be exposed to rain, runoff, or ground level water are a must for sealing, while seams on uncoated nylon or mesh panels don’t need treatment. There is no need to seal the seams in the roof or the factory taped seams. We recommend sealing both floor and fly seams and reinforcements. • Apply sealant to the inside and outside of all exposed seams. Several thin layers will work better than one thick layer. Read and follow manufacture's instructions. STAKING: All tents need to be staked down to keep them from blowing away. Securing the tent by placing heavy objects inside is just not adequate. • Once the tent body is erected, stake it out before the fly is put on. This enables you to square the tent up to ensure that the fly goes on properly and that the seams align with the frame. Pull the base of the tent taut between each web stake out loop or ring & pin. Make sure that all corners are square. It is important that you don’t stake the tent out too tightly. You will know it’s too tight, if the door zippers can not be easily operated. Drive stakes through the web loops, or with ring & pin, drive the stake just outside the ring so that the “J” hook catches it. Tie a piece of cord or web into a loop through the ring to be used as a large stake loop if needed. • With the tent properly staked, drape the fly over the frame, attach its tent connection points and stake down any pull outs. • Do not attempt to remove the stakes by pulling on the tent becket loop, as this could cause the fabric to tear. The best way is to pry on the stake itself. Staking in special conditions: • Sand. Use long, broad stakes with pl...

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