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I need a replacement canopy for this and don't know where to order one.


a canopy for 'this', but no 'this', just a picture of a chair with orange cushions :>)

for a Gazebo type canopy, you need to contact the maker, or if that is not possible, try a maker of boat canopies, and mooring covers. You will also find they will last twice as long, and you can specify windows and zips where you want.

Feb 26, 2016 | Garden

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I have the screened canopy and the poles but I lost the instructions and the corner pieces that attach the poles together. Where can I purchase these?


Hi John, the 1st question you will need to provide is what is the exact name of your canopy, if you have lost instructions scour your receipts or order information if bought online.

2nd question would be answered by providing that information as it is and put in a google search putting at the end "instructions"

Eg if i bought a "Camelot Gazebo - 3 x 3M Mocha" i just type that and "instructions" on a google search and you will always fin some database for this, hope that helps,

Jul 06, 2015 | Garden

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Need a manual for threshold tivering 10 x 12 gazebo


I need parts for my Threshold Tivering gazebo how can i get a hold of the manufacture for parts

Nov 11, 2013 | Threshold Tivering 10 x 12 Gazebo

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I just bought a Great Outdoors 9 by 13 foot screened gazebo from a local tag sale. Not surprisingly it came with no directions, and I'm lost. Where can I get instructions?


The company went out of business, so no chance at finding instructions.
BUT, there's a method to their madness.

Connect the #1 & #1b poles together to form 4x4' poles
Connect the #2 & #2a poles together to form 3x6'8" poles
Connect the #3 $ #3a & #4 poles together to form 4x6'5" poles

The shorter ones are for the 'Gable'... the canopy. The #2 poles are the cross-bars for the canopy, and the #3/4 poles are the legs.

Sep 01, 2012 | Garden

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Ive got a 10x10 lawn and party gazebo made by summer rite ... do you know where to get instructions ?


Okay, Here it goes.

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First lay out all of the parts by number (little stickers on poles) or sizes if the stickers are gone.

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Take the 1's and 2's and connect them together creating one big pole that will act as one of the roof peak structures. If you have lost your numbers, these two poles should be the two middle sized poles (4 of each).

Then connect each end of #1 to the center peak piece

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Once all four combined poles (1 and 2) are attached to the center piece, add the pole brace pieces to each end of the bottom or #2 Piece.
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Once this is done, combine two number 3's with one 4 (the 4 being in the middle of the two with both silver metal fasteners on the #3 poles facing outwards)

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Then connect each end of the combined poles to the end piece.

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Now lay out the final set of poles (# 5 and 6), but only connect the #5 pole to the end piece first, all around the gazebo.

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Okay, now we want to start adding the actual canopy. Start by pulling the corners down at each pole joint then velcroing the tarp underneath in the middle of the 3-4-3 combined pole.

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Now it is safe to connect the next set of poles (#6) to the leg poles (#5). Make sure the end with the 3 drilled holes are closest to the ground. On each end of the tarp legs there is a silver hook. Hook this into the 1st hole in the pole for support.

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Connect the foot cap to the end of each pole and then connect the plastic o ring to the connector on the foot piece and readjust the silver hook as needed to either hole 2 or 3 (see photos).

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Then the final parts are easy, secure any velcro straps to the legs, then use the stakes to stake down the whole thing and you may use the secure ropes as needed though I tend two just put two stakes in each foot piece at different angles.

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Congratulations !!!!! Your Summer Rite Gazebo is ready for festivities. Hope this helps !!!

Sincerely Dustin R. Sponsler


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May 30, 2011 | Camping, Backpacking & Hiking

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