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Sorry I'm very late to the party, but I was just looking for the instructions for my own Lakefield 2000 tent which my bro borrowed some time ago. It's a great family tent - but not that straightforward to pitch. Eventually the instructions turned up, so I'm posting them for some other poor soul who's really stuck!
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.