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Message posted by taylorsanddogs21/6/2013 at 7:47pm
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anybody know how to erect breckenridge with sewn in ground sheet, quite old tent.

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Is this the vsngo Breckenridge If so I have the 600.You can either lay it out peg one end (just the corners) put all the poles in then gather then all together and stand it up then you walk them out making sure the fabric is tight between each pole then you can peg the other end down just the corners again (or a guy rope just to keep the tent from falling in) then go round making sure tent is straight and sorted then start pegging it down. Or you can use the gary cross method of pegging all 4 corners then put in your middle pole or (if it has 4 poles like ours I put in pole 2 then 3 then either end) when it is standing up go round straightening it out and pegging it out.hope this helps

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FOUND THIS FOR YOU HOME IT HELPS

ERECTION INSTRUCTIONS FOR CAMPUS BREKENRIDGE    
BEFORE USE   
PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ AND UNDERSTAND THE ERECTION INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO ERECT THE TENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO BOTH FABRIC AND POLE SYSTEMS. SUCH DAMAGE CANNOT BE COVERED BY THE WARRANTY.
WARNING!!
DO NOT PUSH TENT PEGS IN BY HAND, ALL TENT PEGS SHOULD BE DRIVEN HOME USING A WOODEN OR RUBBER FACED MALLET OR SIMILAR TOOL.    
TO ENSURE MAXIMUM POSSIBLE WATERPROOFING THE MAIN FLY SHEET SEAMS HAVE BEEN TAPED. SHOULD THE TAPE BE DAMAGED AND PEEL AWAY YOU CAN EFFECT A REPAIR BY USING SEAM SEALER AROUND THE PROBLEM AREA. WE ALSO RECOMMEND THAT SEEM SEALER IS APPLIED TO UNTAPED SEEMS TO PREVENT LEAKAGE. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU DO NOT ALLOW SEAM SEALER TO CONTAMINATE THE TEETH OF ANY ZIPS AS THIS WILL PREVENT THE ZIP FROM FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY. IF YOU DO USE SEAM SEALER IT IS BEST APPLIED WHEN THE TENT IS DRY. PICK A DRY WARM DAY TO CARRY OUT ANY SEALING AND PLEASE ALLOW 48 HOURS FOR THE SEALANT TO CURE PRIOR TO RE-PACKAGING THE TENT. FAILURE TO ALLOW THE SEALANT TO DRY FULLY PRIOR TO PACKING THE TENT UP WILL STICK THE FABRIC TOGETHER POSSIBLY CAUSING IRREPARABLE DAMAGE.    
DURING USE   
TENTS CONTAINING A HIGH PROPORTION OF SYNTHETIC MATERIALS ARE SOMETIMES AFFECTED BY CONDENSATION, THIS SHOULD NOT BE CONFUSED WITH LEAKAGE AND CAN USUALLY BE CURED BY ENSURING THAT ADEQUATE VENTILATION IS AVAILABLE BY LEAVING DOORWAYS SLIGHTLY UNZIPPED WHEREVER POSSIBLE. DO NOT PITCH UNDER TREES, MAKE USE OF NATURAL WIND BREAKS LIKE HEDGES OR WALLS, FACE THE TENT DOOR AWAY FROM THE PREVAILING WIND. USE TWO HANDS WHEN OPENING AND CLOSING ZIPS, THIS WILL HELP PREVENT PREMATURE ZIP FAILURE. READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FIRE PRECAUTIONS INFORMATION ATTACHED TO THE INSIDE OF THE TENT.
   
CARE OF YOUR TENT WARNING!!   
TENT FABRICS CAN BE WEAKENED BY PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO SUNLIGHT, UNDER NORMAL HOLIDAY USE YOUR TENT WILL GIVE YOU LONG SERVICE BUT ERECTION FOR EXTENDED PERIODS IN STRONG SUNLIGHT WILL CAUSE DETERIORATION. IF YOU ARE LIKELY TO USE YOUR TENT FOR PROLONGED PERIODS IT WOULD BE WISE TO USE A SITE WHICH IS A SHADED AS POSSIBLE.   
TENTS ARE BEST STORED OPENED OUT, IF THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE AIR FULLY AND ENSURE IT IS TOTALLY DRY BEFORE PACKING IT AWAY AT THE END OF YOUR HOLIDAY. STORE YOUR TENT IN A WELL VENTILATED DRY PLACE. LOOK AFTER YOUR TENT AND IT WILL LOOK AFTER YOU.
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HAVE ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR TENT REPAIRED AT FIRST OPPORTUNITY. FAILURES IN FIBERGLASS POLES NORMALLY OCCUR THROUGH INCORRECT USE, MAKE SURE THE POLE SECTIONS ARE FULLY INSERTED INTO THEIR ADJOINING FERULES AND DO NOT OVER STRESS THE POLE BEYOND IT’S DESIGNED CURVE. ZIPS SHOULD BE TREATED WITH CARE TO PREVENT PREMATURE FAILURE AND THE TENT SHOULD BE KEPT CLEAN AND DRY AFTER USE.
INSURANCE   
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOUR TENT BE INSURED AGAINST THEFT AND STORM OR ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE. STORM OR ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE IS NOT COVERED BY THE WARRANTY. CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT BEFORE GOING AWAY WITH YOUR TENT. ENSURE THAT YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE PITCHING OF THE TENT AND THAT ALL PARTS ARE PRESENT. YOU SHOULD FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE TENT, INCLUDING ANY LIMITATIONS THAT IT MAY HAVE FOR YOUR PARTICULAR USE. DOME TENTS ARE PORTABLE STRUCTURES WHICH UNDER MOST CIRCUMSTANCES WILL PROVIDE COMFORTABLE SHELTER AGAINST THE ELEMENTS. THERE ARE HOWEVER EXTREMES OF WEATHER FOR WHICH ALLOWANCES SHOULD BE MADE. DO NOT BLAME THE TENT !   

ERECTING YOUR TENT   
…..PLEASE NOTE THE BREKENRIDGE IS A LARGE FAMILY DOME AND WE RECOMMEND IT IS ERECTED BY A MINIMUM OF TWO ADULTS.   
1: REMOVE THE CONTENTS OF THE CARRY BAG AND IDENTIFY ALL THE COMPONENT PARTS.
• INNER TENT • FLYSHEET • POLE BAG AND CONTENTS • PEG BAG AND CONTENTS
2: SELECT A SITE THAT IS CLEAR OF ANY SHARP OBJECTS, STICKS AND STONES E.T.C
3: IN THE POLE BAG, SHOULD BE A COMBINATION OF SHOCKCORDED FIBERGLASS POLES. ASSEMBLE ALL THE SHOCKCORDED POLES.
YOU SHOULD HAVE: 1/ 3 X FIBERGLASS SHOCKCORDED MAIN DOME POLES .
2/ 2 X FIBERGLASS SHOCKCORDED MAIN DOME BEDROOM LARGE POLES.
3/   2 X FIBERGLASS SHOCKCORDED MAIN DOME BEDROOM SMALL POLES.
4/ 1 X FIBERGLASS SHOCKCORDED PORCH ROOF POLES WITH METAL ANGLE          BRACKETS AT EACH END
5/ 2 X METAL PORCH POLE UPRIGHTS, EACH SPRING LINKED
6/ 2 X CANOPY POLES ( ONCE ASSEMBLED THESE WILL HAVE A SPIKE AT ONE END AND A BASE BUNG ON THE OTHER ) NOT COLOUR CODED.
ALL POLES WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE CANOPY POLES WILL BE MARKED WITH A COLOURED STICKER, THIS WILL CORRESPOND TO A COLOURED TRIM ON THE EDGE OF THE SLEEVE THAT THE POLE IS INTENDED TO FIT THROUGH.
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ASSEMBLE ALL THE POLES AND LAY OUT ON THE GROUND WHERE THEY ARE    EASILY ACCESSIBLE. 4/ UNFOLD THE INNER TENT AND SPREAD OUT ON THE FLOOR SO YOU ARE ABLE TO     SEE ALL OF THE MAIN POLE SLEEVE SECTIONS ON THE ROOF. TAKING ONE OF THE SHOCKCORDED FIBERGLASS MAIN POLES, CHECK THE POLE STICKER COLOUR AND MATCH WITH THE APPROPRIATE CENTRAL ROOF SLEEVE, THEN THREAD THE POLE THROUGH THE SLEEVE SECTIONS IN A DIAGONAL FASHION, FROM ONE CORNER OF THE MAIN SECTION TO THE OTHER, SO THERE IS AN EQUAL    LENGTH OF POLE PROTRUDING FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE SLEEVE ENDS. REPEAT THIS FOR THE OTHER TWO REMAINING MAIN POLE ENSURE THAT CARE IS TAKEN DURING THIS PROCEDURE, NOT TO ALLOW THE ENDS OF THE SHOCKCORDED POLES TO DAMAGE SLEEVES OR INNER TENT MATERIAL.
5: ONCE THE MAIN POLES HAVE BEEN THREADED INTO PLACE, THREAD THE BEDROOM SHOCKCORDED POLES – THESE ARE ALSO COLOUR CODED.
YOU WILL SEE, THAT AT EITHER SIDE OF THE INNER TENT ARE TWO SETS OF SLEEVES WHICH RUN ACROSS THE INNER FROM SIDE TO SIDE. THESE SUPPORT THE BEDROOM SECTIONS ON THE INNER TENT.   
TAKE ONE OF THE LARGER BEDROOM POLES, MATCH THE POLE STICKER WITH THE APPROPRIATE BEDROOM SLEEVE, THEN THREAD THE POLE THROUGH THE SLEEVE SECTIONS REPEAT THIS WITH THE REMAINING SMALLER BEDROOM POLE.
REPEAT THE SAME PROCESS FOR THE SECOND BEDROOM.      DURING BOTH POINTS 4 & 5 ENSURE THAT THE POLE JOINING FERRULES DO NOT CATCH ON THE INSIDE OR EDGE OF THE MATERIAL SLEEVES. SHOULD THIS HAPPEN CAREFULLY FREE THE SLEEVE BEFORE CONTINUING. FAILURE TO FREE THE SLEEVE MAY CAUSE THE MATERIAL TO TEAR AND OR STITCHED SEAMS TO BURST.    
6: STARTING WITH THE MAIN DOME POLES FIRST. CHOOSE ONE END OF ONE POLE AND ENGAGE THE END FERRULE INTO THE WEBBING RETAINING FIXTURE. THIS WILL BE LOCATED AT THE BASE OF THE INNERTENT, NEAR TO THE SEAM RUNNING DOWN FROM THE SLEEVE IN WHICH THE POLE IS LOCATED. EACH POLE RETAINING FIXTURE WILL HAVE A METAL RING WITH ONE OR MORE RETAINING PINS ATTACHED TO IT ( DEPENDANT UPON MODEL ). THE RETAINING PIN IS DESIGNED TO SLIDE UP INSIDE THE POLE ENDS THUS SECURING THE POLE INTO PLACE.
FROM THE OPPOSITE END OF THE SAME POLE CAREFULLY PUSH THE REMAINING POLE THROUGH THE SLEEVES SO IT ASSUMES A SEMI-CIRCULAR SHAPE. WHEN THE END FERRULE IS LEVEL TO THE WEBBING STRAP ON THIS SIDE, ENGAGE IT INTO PLACE AS BEFORE. ENSURE THAT THE POLE JOINING FERRULES DO NOT CATCH ON THE INSIDE OR EDGE OF THE MATERIAL SLEEVES. SHOULD THIS CAREFULLY FREE THE SLEEVE BEFORE CONTINUING. FAILURE TO FREE THE SLEEVE MAY CAUSE THE MATERIAL TO TEAR AND OR STITCHED SEAMS TO BURST.
7: TAKING THE SECOND MAIN DOME POLE REPEAT POINT SIX.        TAKING THE THIRD MAIN DOME POLE REPEAT POINT SIX.
YOU MAY FIND IT HELPFUL AT THIS POINT, FOR THE SECOND PERSON PRESENT TO SUPPORT THE INNER TENT WHILST LOCATING THESE POLES, PEGGING THE INNER TENT INTO POSITION WILL MAKE LOCATION OF THE POLES DIFFICULT AND MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO POLES OR FABRIC.
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8: NOW CHOOSE ONE END OF THE ONE OF THE LARGER BEDROOM POLES AND REPEAT POINT 6 FOR BOTH BEDROOMS AND AGAIN FOR THE SMALLER BEDROOM POLES. PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE POLE JOINING FERRULES DO NOT CATCH ON THE INSIDE OR EDGE OF THE MATERIAL SLEEVES. SHOULD THIS HAPPEN CAREFULLY FREE THE SLEEVE BEFORE CONTINUING. FAILURE TO FREE THE SLEEVE MAY CAUSE THE MATERIAL TO TEAR OR STITCHED SEAMS TO BURST.
9: THE INNER TENT SHOULD NOW BE FREE STANDING AND READY FOR PEGGING. POSITION THE INNER TENT SO THAT THE DOOR YOU WISH TO USE AS THE FRONT IS FACING AWAY FROM THE PREVAILING WIND. USING THE PEGS PROVIDED PEG ALL OF THE INNER TENT PEGGING LOOPS TO THE GROUND.
10: UNFOLD THE FLYSHEET OF THE TENT AND PLACE OVER THE INNER TENT. ENSURE THAT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE FLYSHEET IS POSITIONED OVER THE DOORWAY OF THE INNER TENT THAT YOU HAVE PICKED AS THE FRONT. YOU WILL NOTICE THAT THERE ARE TRIANGULAR GUY POINTS ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE FLYSHEET, SOME OF THESE MATCH WITH THE TAPES AT THE SAME POSITION BUT ON THE INSIDE OF THE FLYSHEET. TIE THE TAPES AROUND THE MAIN POLES OF THE INNER TENT SECURELY. (IF YOU HAVE TEMPORALLY PEGGED THE FLYSHEET YOU SHOULD REMOVE THE PEGS) MAKE SURE THAT THE HEIGHT YOU HAVE TIED THEM AT WILL ALLOW BOTH THE BASE OF THE FLYSHEET TO BE PEGGED AND THE OVERALL LAY OF THE FLYSHEET OVER THE TENT TO BE SMOOTH AND FREE OF WRINKLES OR FOLDS IN THE MATERIAL.
IN WINDY CONDITIONS YOU MAY FIND IT HELPFUL TO PEG THE FLYSHEET INTO POSTION. HOWEVER REMEMBER THAT THE FRONT AND REAR PORCH POLES STILL NEEDS TO BE THREADED THROUGH AND LOCATED INTO POSITION AND YOU MAY THEREFORE NEED TO ADJUST THE POSTION OF THE PEGS AS NECESSARY.
11: LOCATE ONE OF THE FIBERGLASS ROOF PORCH POLES WITH METAL ANGLE SECTIONS ON EACH END. CHECK AND MATCH THE COLOUR CODING ON THE POLE AND SLEEVE TRIM, THEN THREAD THE POLE THROUGH THE SLEEVE SECTIONS FOUND ON THE ROOF OF THE EXTENDED PORCH OF YOUR TENT. THE METAL ANGLE BRACKETS SHOULD BE CLEAR OF THE SLEEVES AT BOTH ENDS. TAKE ONE OF THE ASSEMBLED METAL PORCH UPRIGHTS AND ENGAGE THE FERRELLED END INTO THE OPEN END OF THE METAL ANGLE BRACKET ON THE PORCH ROOF POLE ON THAT SIDE. THE BASE OF THE UPRIGHT POLE THEN ENGAGES ONTO THE RING AND PIN FIXTURE AT THE BASE OF THE FLYSHEET.   
REPEAT THIS FOR THE REMAINING METAL PORCH POLE UPRIGHT.
WHEN ENGAGING THE METAL PORCH POLE ENDS ONTO THE PINS PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE FABRIC OF THE SLEEVE DOES NOT GET TRAPPED ON ANY OF THE FIBREGLASS PORCH POLE CONNECTIONS OR METAL ANGLE BRACKETS AS THIS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE FABRIC OR SEAMS.   
12: CLOSE ALL ZIPS ON THE FLYSHEET AND USING THE PEGS PROVIDED PEG ALL THE FLYSHEET PEGGING POINTS TO THE GROUND. AGAIN ENSURE THAT THE OVERALL LAY OF THE FLYSHEET IS SMOOTH WHEN PEGGED. THE FLYSHEET SHOULD BE TAUGHT BUT NOT OVER-TENSIONED, AS THIS WILL ONLY DISTORT THE FIBERGLASS POLES AND SUBSEQUENTLY AFFECT STABILITY. THE PEGS PROVIDED WITH THIS TENT ARE STANDARD PEGS, SUITABLE FOR MOST TERRAIN’S. HOWEVER THERE WILL BE OCCASIONS WHEN THE GROUND MAY BE FAR TOO HARD OR ROCKY AND EQUALLY TOO BOGGY OR SANDY. IN THIS INSTANCE SPECIALIST PEGS CAN BE PURCHASED THROUGH YOUR LOCAL RETAILER AND SHOULD BE USED.
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13: FINALLY ATTACH ALL THE GUY ROPES TO ALL THE GUYING POINTS AND PEGS SECURELY, AT A SUITABLE DISTANCE FROM THE TENT. TRY NOT TO PEG TO CLOSE TO THE TENT AS THIS WILL NOT GIVE ADEQUATE SUPPORT AND MAY CAUSE THE FABRIC UNDER THE GUY POINT ITSELF TO BECOME BAGGY OR LOOSE THUS ALLOWING INNER AND OUTER TO TOUCH.
YOUR TENT IS NOW READY FOR USE, ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY.
A SET OF UPRIGHT CANOPY POLES ARE PROVIDED WHICH ALLOW THE FRONT DOOR TO BE ERECTED AS A SUN CANOPY IF SO DESIRED.
AS WEATHER CONDITIONS CAN CHANGE BOTH DRAMATICALLY AND QUICKLY WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU PITCH YOUR TENT READY TO ACCEPT ANY INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS. THE FRONT CANOPY SHOULD NOT BE LEFT UP OVERNIGHT OR WHILST THE TENT IS UNATTENDED. GUY LINERS ARE ATTACHED TO YOUR TENT AND SHOULD BE USED AT ALL TIMES.   
TAKING YOUR TENT DOWN
STRIKING CAMP IS BASICALLY A COMPLETE REVERSAL OF THE ERECTION PROCEDURE. CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN RELEASING SHOCKCORDED POLES FROM THEIR MOUNTING AS THE TENSION IN THE POLE CAN CAUSE DAMAGE OT INJURY IF THE POLE IS NOT DISMANTLED IN A CONTROLLED MANNER.
IT IS ALWAYS EASIER TO PUSH SHOCKCORDED POLES AND OUT OF THEIR SLEEVES RATHER THAN TO TRY AND PULL THEM THROUGH. AGAIN TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE THE SLEEVES WITH THE POLE ENDS OR FERRULES WHILST REMOVING THEM FROM THE FLYSHEET.
IT IS ALWAYS BETTER TO STRIKE CAMP WHEN YOUR TENT IS COMPLETELY DRY, HOWEVER THIS IS NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE. SHOULD YOU HAVE TO TAKE YOUR TENT DOWN WET, THEN IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT IT IS DRIED OUT COMPLETELY WITHIN 24 HOURS. A WET TENT WILL GO MOULDY CAUSING IRREPARABLE DAMAGE TO COTTON COMPONENTS.   
FOLDING YOUR TENT
1: IN ORDER TO MAKE A NEAT AND TIDY PACKAGE, THAT WILL FIT EASILY INTO THE OUTER BAG, ALWAYS HAVE THE OUTER BAG CLOSE AT HAND WHILST YOU ARE FOLDING THE TENT UP.
2: IT IS BETTER TO FOLD THE FLYSHEET UP FIRST, INTO A LONG RECTANGLE. MAKE THE RECTANGLE APPROXIMATELY 10CMS SHORTER IN WIDTH THAN THE OUTER BAG.
3: AFTER BRUSHING OR WIPING THE INNER TENT GROUNDSHEET TO ENSURE IT IS CLEAN AND DRY, PLACE THE FLYSHEET ON TOP OF THE INNER TENT.
4: FOLD THE EDGES OF THE GROUNDSHEET IN SO TO COVER THE FLYSHEET IN THE MIDDLE, MAKE SURE THAT THE OVERALL PACKAGE IS AGAIN ABOUT 10CMS SHORTER IN WIDTH THAN THE OUTER BAG.
5: ROLL THE PACKAGE UP, ROLLING TOWARDS THE DOOR END OF THE INNER TENT IN ORDER TO ALLOW TRAPPED AIR TO ESCAPE. WHEN YOU HAVE ROLLED THE PACKAGE UP SECURE IT WITH THE ORIGINAL TIE TAPES SUPPLIED.       

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Message posted by taylorsanddogs22/6/2013 at 9:09am
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thanks think i just want someone to actually put it up for me before i arrive! lets hope its not windy or might be holidaying in the isle of man.


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