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I own the kid active trampoline and was wondering if the red bungie rope is replaceable? Mine is frayed. Thanks.

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Yes, it is replaceable, keep your instructions for replacement procedure, retailers such as Mastermind Toys in Canada carry them in stock and will give you one n/c you can also contact the manufacturer direct, sorry I do not have their number but a retailer should be able to direct you

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Whenever you are using rope for a long period of time there is always the chance that it will break or start to fray on the ends. You don't have to fret when your rope begins to fray because all is not lost! There is very simple fix and the best part is you probably have all the things that you will need.

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