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Инструкция по эксплуатации Eureka! s, модель Suite 4

Производитель: Eureka! s
Размер: 6.47 mb
Название файла: SUITEV4609IM.pdf
Язык инструкции:en
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Start at one end and drag the fly up and over the top of the tent [works best with two people]. It only fits one way; align the yellow web of the fly to the yellow web on the tent. See fig.8. • Reach under the fly and wrap all the Velcro® straps around the poles to secure the fly to the frame. See fig. 9. Stake down the y: • There are, web/ring assemblies on the bottom at each side of the fly vestibule door. Pull these out and away from the tent and to stake down. Adjust as necessary. See fig.10. • Locate the long web/buckle assemblies on the underside at each corner of the fly. Attach these buckles to their mates on the corner stake-out webs and adjust to proper tension. See fig. 11. fig.9 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SUITE 4 and SUITE 6 CAMPING TENTS fig.6 fig.8 Component List: 1 Tent, 2 Tent Poles, 1 Hoop, 2 Fly Poles, 1 Carry Bag, 1 Pole Bag, 1 Stake Bag w/ Stakes and Guys, 1 Rain Fly, 1 Storage Basket and 1 Divider Curtain in the Suite 6 NOTE: This is a large family style tent and we recommend that you have two people for setup. Do not drop tent bag or pole bag on its end. 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. Raise the tent: • Unroll and unfold the tent and lay it on the ground. If it’s windy, stake down one front corner into wind. • Lay the poles side by side and divide according to length. 2 long for the tent, 1 long [ with gray section ] Hoop and 2 short for the fly. • Assemble the shock corded poles as you work. Try to keep the pole sections from snapping together, as this can damage the ends. Make certain each plain end has been properly seated into its metal ferrule. Slide the one tent pole through each sleeve. The poles should run from corner to corner and cross at the rear of the tent body. See fig 1. fig.1 fig.2 • Start at the rear of the tent and insert the post end of the poles into the web grommets. See fig.2. • At the opposite end, with the pole in one hand and the web in the other, feed the pole up, bending it evenly along its length to create an arc. Make sure the ferrules do not get caught on the sleeves. Place the post end into this grommet to maintain tension. Repeat with the other tent pole. See fig. 3. fig.3 • Stand the tent up and insert the hoop over the tent poles and through the front sleeve. Fit a post into the grommet on each side web. See fig. 4. Clip the fabric to the frame: • Working your way around the tent, attach all the clips to the poles. See fig. 5. Add the poles to the y: • Once the tent is securely staked, spread the rain fly out, top side down. Locate the pockets on the inside of the fly and insert the fly poles. See fig. 7. • Wrap the Velcro® strap around the center of each pole to secure in place. Stake down sequence: • The tent is now freestanding. Place it in your desired location and stake it down through the web loops. First, at the rear of the tent, stake down the ‘V’. Move to the front and stake down the section between the doors. Then go back to the rear and stake the corners. Lastly stake the front corners. It works best to do this before you add the fly. See fig.6. • We highly recommend that you attach the included guy lines and stake them out. Note: The guy lines take a unique path and twist through the second set of rings. See fig 12 & 13. Take down: Pull up stakes and open doors. Remove the fly. Push poles out of the sleeves. Collapse all poles and stow in the pole bag. Fold the tent/fly. Roll up both along with the pole bag towards a door. Stow all in the main bag. fig.10 fig.13 fig.11 fig.12 YOUR TENT IS READY! Rev A 6.09 fig.4 fig.7 fig.5 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 w...

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