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We were given a trampoline and had to take it apart when we moved and now we are not able to get it connect and set back up. We do not have instructions due to it being given to us and I am unsure of the model or how old it may be. Can you help me with how to get it set up?

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Put the legs together first, then attach the spring 180 degrees away from each other.

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According to the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons
there are over 300,000 trampoline related injuries every year in the United
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Buy padding to cover the springs, hooks and
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trees or other play areas


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