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Trampoline Net is torn

I am wondering how to repair the net on our trampoline. In a few days it has gone from about a 2 foot hole to about 5 feet. Our house is in a windy area. I think I need to act quickly so it doesn't get even bigger!

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Hi i was wondering if u got this fixed and if so how did u do it as i have the same prob

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Trampoline safety tips

According to the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons
there are over 300,000 trampoline related injuries every year in the United
States. Many of these accidents are
caused by carelessness and a large percentage can be avoided with a few simple

Buy padding to cover the springs, hooks and
frame of the trampoline; look for pads that are of a contrasting color to the
mat of the trampoline

Use something to cushion the surrounding area of
the trampoline - as well as underneath

Do not allow any children under the age of 6 to
jump on the trampoline

Institute a "one-at-a-time" rule for jumping

Ensure children are supervised at all times

Set up your trampoline away from structures,
trees or other play areas

Take a moment to inspect the trampoline prior to
every use

Remember, you can never be too safe when dealing with a
trampoline. Use these basic prevention
methods and talk with your children about exercising caution when jumping on
the trampoline.

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Ineed to repaire a hole in my trampoline. Where do i get apatch from?

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