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Product Manual for bounce house

Bounceland Owner's Manual and Safety Guidelines(pdf)

 

Set up Instructions
  • Check the ground where the bouncer will be set up for any sharp objects or debris. Do not install the product over concrete, asphalt or any hard surface.
  • Place the bouncer on a soft level surface at least 2 meters from any structure or obstruction such as a fence, garage, and house; overhanging branches, laundry lines or electrical wires.
  • Set up the bouncer away from water and any potential fire hazards. Ensure the play area is free from hazards such as furniture, walls, sharp objects, other hard surfaces, etc.
  • Keep the blower (air pump) and power cord away from areas of water and moisture. If water contacts the blower, unplug the power cord. Do not operate until the blower is completely dry.
  • Place the bouncer as close to the power source as possible. Make sure the blower power switch is in the OFF position. Plug into an approved grounded outlet. Keep the blower free from debris and securely sited with power connection to avoid tripping.
  • Stretch the inflation tube and securely attach it to the end of the blower. The inflation tube should be straight and untwisted, reposition the blower if necessary.
  • Secure blower by pushing ground stakes through blower base holes firmly into the ground. (refer to picture 1)
  • For bouncers with water bags (such as item #9082N), fasten the empty water bags to the two sides after spreading out the product. Open the valve and fill water bags until 80% full (about 22kg). Push in to close the valve. Make sure water bags are firmly attached to the bouncer and no water is leaking before the product is fully inflated. Never allow children to play on the slide without installing water bags.
  • For bouncers with slides, position so slide does not face the sun as glare may impede children from safely sliding down. If included, ensure the slide cover is stretched properly from the top to the end of the slide (picture 3).
  • To inflate the bouncer, turn the blower power switch to ON (press the reset button on GFCI cord if it does not turn on at first). The continual air-flow blower must be left ON at all times while the bouncer is being used. (refer to picture 2)
  • The bouncer should inflate in less than 2 minutes. It must be fully inflated before usage begins and at all times during play.
  • Ground support stakes are used for lawn ground surfaces. Hook provided ground stakes through each loop in the bouncer. To prevent overturn or lift during playing, stakes should be driven deep into the ground (refer to picture 4) . This will also reduce tripping hazards. Make sure the hooked end of the stake remains attached over the loop at all times during use.
  • WARNING: Make sure the bouncer is fully inflated and securely anchored before children enter and at all times during play. Failure to do so will result in the bouncer being unstable and may cause serious injuries.
  • Please check the age recommendation and user weights (printed on the product). You must not exceed the total weight for the product.
  • If the bouncer comes with support cushions at the sides, do not stand or sit on the cushions.
  • Hissing sounds are normal as air leakage from the seams is necessary as the bouncer is inflated by constant air flow and this leakage is required to keep it from becoming over-inflated.

 

Take down Instructions
  • Make sure all children exit the bouncer.
  • Makes sure the bouncer is free of foreign objects.
  • Turn the blower power switch to OFF.
  • Unplug the blower power cord.
  • Loosen the Velcro and detach the inflation tube from the blower.
  • The bouncer should deflate on its own within 5 minutes. Make sure the product is entirely deflated. (refer to picture A)
  • Remove ground support stakes.
  • For bouncers with water bags, detach the water bags from the product. Remove the product and blower before opening the valve for draining. Empty water from the water bags and let dry in a cool place.
  • To prevent mold, make sure the product is completely dry before folding up to store. Keeping the product inflated after use should help it to completely dry.
  • Fold the bouncer in half, then fold in half two more times, parallel to the first fold. (refer to pictures B and C)
  • Roll it up tightly from the end opposite the inflation tube. (refer to pictures D and E)
  • Slide the carry bag over the folded product. (refer to picture F). Flip the bag over, close the bag zipper. (refer to picture G)
  • Never leave the bouncer or blower outside in the rain. Store in a dry place for future use.

 

MAINTENANCE
  • Inspection and maintenance should be conducted before each usage to check for any damage to the bouncer. This should also be carried out at regular intervals during usage to prevent the bouncer from overturning or otherwise becoming a hazard. Keep the instructions with the bouncer.
  • Tears or punctures on the jumping surface or other areas with laminated PVC materials can be repaired with the provided repair patches. Areas other than these can be patched by hand with a needle and strong household thread.
  • As this is an outdoor product, it is subject to wear and deterioration. Keep the bouncer maintained and watch for signs of fabric failure. Weak or torn surfaces should be repaired promptly.
  • The product can be wiped clean with a mild detergent. Keep water away from the blower at all times.
  • Do not store the bouncer when wet. Store the bouncer and the blower indoors in dry conditions when not in use.

 

Safety Warning
  • Failure to follow the specified instructions may result in serious injury.
  • Product is heavy. Use caution when lifting.
  • Instruct children on proper use of this product. Do not use in a manner other than intended.
  • Adult set-up and dismantling are required. Adult supervision is required at all times while the Bouncer is in use to ensure observation of all parts of the play area, all activity on the Bouncer and keeping the entrance free from obstruction at all times. Never leave children unattended during play.
  • The bouncer may not be used outside in rainy and/or lightning conditions or if winds exceed 40km/h (25 MPH). Sudden gusts of wind may lift the product off the ground.
  • The Bouncer mustl only be inflated with the provided electric blower or with a manufacturer specified replacement blower with a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupted) device. Keep the blower and power cord away from water.
  • Keep bouncer at a safe distance (at least 2 m) from fire, water, walls, and other obstructions.
  • Do not set-up, use, or expose the Bouncer and Electric Blower to any adverse outdoor weather conditions, such as, but not limited to: rain, thunder, lightning, hail, snow, high winds, and tornadoes. Avoid setting up and operating Bouncer and Electric Blower anywhere that these products could be potentially exposed to water.
  • Do not set up the Bouncer on a slope or incline.
  • Warning: keep away from fire. Keep fabric clear from all flame and ignition sources. Bouncer with slides should not be set up facing the sun as the glare may affect children sliding down.
  • The Bouncer must be fully inflated before any children are allowed inside.
  • The Bouncer must stay fully inflated until everyone is out.
  • To prevent it from the overturning or otherwise becoming a hazard, check on the Bouncer at regular intervals while in use.
  • Check stakes regularly during play to ensure they remain securely in the ground when using outdoors.
  • If the Bouncer begins to deflate, remove all children and check for disconnection of blower from inflation tube, power cord from outlet, or for power outage.
  • Keep children away from the blower (air pump).
  • To avoid injury, please ensure that the maximum occupancy is observed and controlled.
  • It is recommended larger children not use the Bouncer at the same time as smaller children. Ages and sizes of children playing in the bouncer at the same time should be comparable.
  • Individuals with head, neck, back, or other muscular-skeletal injuries or disabilities, pregnant women, small infants, and others who may be susceptible to injury from fall, bumps, or bouncing, are not permitted in the Bouncer.
  • To prevent choking, children may not enter the Bouncer while eating, drinking, or chewing anything in their mouth.
  • Shoes, eyeglasses, jewelry and any hard or sharp objects that may cause injury must be removed before entering the bouncer. Loose or baggy clothing or clothing containing long cords should not be worn while playing on this product.
  • Inappropriate activity is not permitted – No flipping, wrestling, running, or pushing allowed inside the bouncer.
  • Do not bounce on the edges or steps. Climbing or hanging on the walls, netting or exterior of the Bouncer is not allowed.
  • In case of injury, contact a physician immediately.
  • Do not drag on concrete or other rough surfaces.
  • The carrying bag is for packaging use only and is not a toy.
  • Unauthorized modifications to this product are not allowed.
  • Changes to the original product shall be carried out according to the instructions of the retailer of the original product.
  • To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use the blower (air pump) with any solid-state speed control device.
  • Product should be regularly checked for the potential unsafe conditions such as damaged cord, plug, housing, or parts. If such damage is found, the Bouncer should not be used until properly repaired.
  • Keep pets off and away from the Bouncer and Blower. Do not attach items to the bouncer that are not specifically designed for use with the inflatable device, such as, but not limited to, jump ropes, clotheslines, pet leashes, cables, and chains as they have the potential to cause strangulations.
  • Keep the area around the product clean, and clear of objects, to prevent slips and falls.
  • Do not leave product inflated overnight.
  • Do not jump off of the slide.
  • Do not grab or hang on to the arch while sliding. Doing so may damage or tear the arch and could result in injuries.
  • Do not stand on the top of the slide, on the slide rails, or on the slide itself. To avoid possible serious injuries, the sliding path and landing area must be clear of all obstacles and other users before sliding.
  • Climb up on the climbing wall of the slide and sit at the top of the slide with your feet pointing down the slide. Scoot forward and slide down the slide feet first.
  • Only slide down feet first. Never slide down head first to avoid the risk of serious injury or death.
  • Children are required to slide down with proper posture(refer to the following pictures) when playing on product with slide.

 

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