How to Disassemble a Trampoline?

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A Trampoline is a recreational device made of a taut, a strong elastic material stretched over a metal frame using coiled springs. Trampolines are used for recreation and also as competitive device. The best way to make your trampoline last longer and to maintain its quality is to disassemble and store it after use. Disassembling is also necessary when moving it. For a safe, detailed step by step procedure on how disassemble your Trampoline, you can visit internet sites such as ehow and YouTube for detailed audio-visual disassembling instructions.
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1. Look underneath the trampoline and locate the straps coming out of the frame pad. Loosen and un-strap them. 2. Slip the now free frame pad off of the trampoline. 3. Wearing gloves
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I found a lot of help online for your problem. You can download assembly directions for free! You just have to know WHICH trampoline model you own. Since you did not give that info
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hi im struggling with the net of my junior hedstorm trampoline.
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How to Disassemble a Trampoline
The number one way to increase the life of your trampoline is to disassemble it and store it out of the elements during the winter or during long periods of disuse. Most trampolines are not warranted against damage due to weather. You will also need to... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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To disassemble a trampoline, search for the straps coming out of the frame pad and remove the new frame. Pull the top hook of one of the springs up and out of the hole in the top of the frame. Do the same to the other side and separate the frame from the joint.
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