Tent frame must be raised uniformly to avoid twisting or turning. Damage to
frame can result.
Frame assembly hinges can pinch or crush hands and fingers. Keep hands
and fingers away from frame assembly ridges and eaves. Failure to do so
may result in injury to personnel.
This illustration shows two window sections for clarity. Only one window
section is used in the CSSL.
5. Step in next to the eave gusset (4) and get in a stable squatting position.
6. Lift the frame straight up to shoulder height; drag the side arch assembly (6) inward.
7. Place the weight of the frame on the side arch assembly foot (9).
Insert quick release pins towards inside of tent on end assemblies. Tent fabric
may tear if inserted towards outside.
8. Align holes of eave gusset (4) and side arch assembly (6) and install quick release pin (5).
9. Identify purlin flap (10) on interior of window/roof section.
10. Secure purlin flap (10) to frame at eave purlin (7) using hook and pile fasteners. Tent is now in a partially-erect