AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THESE RULES MUST BE FOLLOWED TO AVOID ANY SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
SUPERVISION BY A QUALIFIED ATTENDANT IS REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES
shoes, eyeglasses and any sharp objects.
diving, wrestling, rough play and flips are prohibited.
food, drinks, gum, pets or silly string.
with mental or physical impairment SHOULD NOT be allowed to use this
if the unit begins to lose air.
USE exit doors and escape hatches.
NOT use and immediately deflate the inflatable if winds exceed 15
MPH and/or it rains.
SHOULD all be of compatible age and size.
(Please refer to the Information Plate provided on the unit.)
AGES 3 AND UP ONLY
inflatable MUST be securely tied down.
children away from the blower at all times.
away from others and away from the sides.
NOT jump on to or off the inflatable.
is an electrically operated product.
Not recommended for children under 3 years of age.
As with all electric products, precautions should be
taken during handling and use to prevent electric shock.
The blower requires a GROUND fault protected circuit (GFCI).
Please refer to the blower manufacturer Owner’s
Manual for safety and operational instructions.
Attendant, before operating the ride, must familiarize himself with
the ride’s entrance/exit as well as escape hatches.
In the unforeseeable event that power is interrupted and the
ride begins to lose air, the Attendant should guide all the riders
to calmly and orderly leave the ride via the entrance/exit.
rides that have permanent roofs feature Escape Hatches on the roof.
The Attendant may choose to have the riders exit the ride
through these easily accessible escape hatches. All rides, such as
the 5 In 1, that have convertible roofs offer the Attendant the
alternative of allowing the riders to exit the ride through the wide
openings around the roof.
Attendant determines the weather conditions warrant closing down the
ride or in the event of a power failure, the following procedure
shall be observed:
Stop riders from entering the device, including
Riders in the bouncer shall be told to leave
through the entrance in an orderly manner, as rushing may
intimidate smaller and more timid children.
Riders on the lower section of the climb shall
be advised to climb back down and exit through the bouncer
Riders on the upper part of the climb and the
slide itself shall be instructed to proceed to the slide and
exit the normal way. Apply the normal slide rules of one person on the slide
at a time.
It takes close to two minutes before the slide
starts to sag noticeably and, even then, a rider may safely
slide down and exit. Evacuation
time is 30-45 seconds.