Building Help --> Trampoline Tower:
1) I don't have the red square Panel required in step 12 on page 5.
Solution #1 - Step 12 requires 2 red triangular Panels hooked
together with a yellow and a blue Connector. Although the picture may give the
illusion of 3-dimensionality or of a single piece, the structure you are building
in step 12 is totally flat. This flat structure is then hooked unto the Tower
at an angle.
2) My ball won't go through the chute or gets stuck as it is going through.
Solution #2 - Wherever you are building a chute or hole that
the ball must pass through (ex. steps 74-81 on pages 20-21), always be
sure that the Rods and Connectors are attached correctly, in the proper order
according to the instructions, i.e. red Connector, yellow Connector, black Rod/Connector
on the blue Rod as in step 73, and that the Connectors are pushed as far to
the right or left on the Rod as possible.
Also be sure you have used to appropriate number and type of Spacers (blue
or silver) on the Rods in the section you are constructing.
General Notes for building the Trampoline Tower:
There is an error in step 73 on page 20. The yellow Connector shown attaching
to the small white Rod actually snaps onto the blue Rod in a cross-snap between
the 2 red Connectors. Use block 73-74 on page 20 as your guide. The graphic
error was just the positioning of the arrow in step 73. It doesn't carry through
to the other sections that shown that step. (Page 20, block 73-74)
Step 56, page 15: There should be a yellow Rod extending out from the middle
connection point of the rear purple Connector (just to the right and down
from the #56). Refer to the gray square to the right on page 15 which shown
the position of the yellow Rod.
The arrow on step 127 on page 30 erroneously shows the white Rod extending from
the blue Connector hooked into the yellow Connector below. It should show the
white Rod being connected to the blue Connector below the yellow in the open
connection point there. (See the blue Connector in the middle on the faded
#126-127 picture in the box to the right for step #128 for the correct assembly