Going after the frame assembly is the mat (#1) and spring (#11) attaching. We’re sure to say almost everyone goes smoothly when attaching the mat (#1). However, when it comes to the spring (#11) attaching, there are two often-to-encounter mistakes:
Mistake 1 — Mistakenly attach the smaller hook of the spring (#11) to the edge of the frame rails.
Mistake 2 — Attach the spring (#11) one by one, either clockwise or anticlockwise.
You can get the correct way to assemble the spring below.
How to Put Springs on A Trampoline?
The end with the smaller hook should always face toward the center of the mat (#1) while the other end with the bigger hook should be hung to the edge of the frame rails.
Never attach the springs (#11) one by one. As shown, the first 4 springs should go to the frame at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o'clock, then the next 4 springs should be in the middle of every two springs which have been attached before, and then the next 8 springs... till you finish attaching all the springs.
Please turn to the Page 11-12 of the manual, you’ll find the RIGHT WAY to avoid each mistake.
How to Tighten Trampoline Springs?
For safety concerns, never use your hands to tighten the trampoline springs. In your package, Zupapa offers free Spring Loading Tools (#12) for you to tighten the springs with ease.
First, hook the end of the spring with the most enclosed hook on the D-ring of the trampoline mat. Then, use a spring loading tool to pull the hook on the opposite end of the spring to engage the hole in the spring frame.
How to Remove the Springs from the Frame?
If you have installed the springs one by one and find that the remaining springs are too far from the frame to fit, you may need to remove the springs. Follow the opposite steps of the installation to remove the springs with the help of your tool. First, remove the trampoline hook from the frame and then take it off the trampoline mat.