BEST TUMBLE TRACK COLLECTION FOR YOU
1 Assemble the pump and attach the right valve adapter. If the hose does not come attached, you will need to line up the notches and twist until you get a click. Find the gymnastic tumble track valve adapter and likewise line up the notches and twist until the adapter clicks into place.
2 Unfold the mat and remove the valve cap. There is a spring inside the valve stem. While pressing down on the valve with a twist, you can change the valve into two different positions. The down position allows air to flow in and out of the mat.
3 When you are ready to pick it away, the up position allows air to flow in but not out of the mat. Line up the notches with the valve and push while twisting, plug the pump, and turn it on. The mat should take about 60 seconds to inflate.
4 When the mat is finished inflating, pull the hose off the mat before turning off the pump to ensure you don't lose any air pressure. Replace the valve cap, and you can have some fun with your air track.
How to deflate a tumble track?
Push the valve button into the down position to open it.
Connect the hose to the end of the pump used for deflating the tumble track.
Place the head of the pump into the valve and twist clockwise.
Turn on the pump to deflate to tumble track. It may take about 60 seconds to deflate.
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2 After locating, clean the area around the hole to make sure it is clean and dry.
3 Adjust the patch to the size of the hole, making sure the patch completely covers it, leaving a few inches beyond that.
4 Apply glue around the hole and on the patch and wait for the glue to dry (you can speed it up with a hairdryer).
5 When you apply the patch to the tumble track, keep applying pressure for two minutes to make sure it is firmly attached and put it to the side for 12 hours.