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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it the tent with the plastic staves? If so, just put them together and insert the rounded end into the equivalent hole on the bottom of the tent. Sit the tent upright with the doors open. Reach into the top of the tent and push/pull the chrome lever at the top until it locks into position. Sometimes you have to wiggle it around a little to get it to lock. When it does lock, you will know it because the tent is rigid. This is a great tent. We have used one for over 40 years! When you want to disassemble it, just pull down on the chrome lever at the top of the tent and reverse the procedure.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Thermos Vacuum Bottle Stopper No. 781 is no longer availabe. However, there is an identical stopper, number EA750CAN, without a spout that is available at a cost of $3.50 Canadian, plus S&H ONLY from Canadian Thermos Products Inc., 370 King St W, Suite 302, PO Box 11, Toronto, ON, M5V 1J9 Canada
Phone: 1-800-669-7065 www.thermosbrand.ca
We live in the state of Washington, U.S. and I ordered the EA759CAN stopper from the Canadian Thermos Products Inc. in Toronto and it is identical replacement to #781 stopper without the spout. Feb. 8, 2010
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
1/16/12 - Go to widgetco.com like I just did. Order a rubber stopper size 10 and/or a cork stopper #26. That way you'll have a back up should you lose one or the other. You'd think the thermos people would offer this as a possible solution rather than simply telling people that the thermos is discontinued in hopes that you'll buy another.
Customer service IS everything and some companies like thermos just don't get it. Cost for 1 rubber and 2 cork stoppers including shipping was around $11. Cheaper than a new thermos and adding to the landfill. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 16, 2012
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