1. Make sure to clearly note Box A, B, and C before unpacking.
2. Begin with Box A or C depending on the disposition of your extremities.
Note: If the assembly process is to be undertaken by more than one person–the team should elect one person as chief. As chief, one must determine extremity disposition.
3. Choosing: Box C (these instructions may be followed the same for A or B, but varied to the individual purpose).
- Remove poles and spread in parallel, ten centimeter intervals.
- Poles should be placed so that the rounded edges alternate North and South.
- Four aluminum planes should be included in the packaging.
- Forgetting one plane will not affect a different result but may cause some assemblers to experience light yellow itches on the left side of their faces. Continue as normal.
4. Empty the remaining box contents.
5. Before wrapping the springs around the green nimplugs, count the springs.
Note: a complete kit must contain forty-seven springs. Fewer than forty-seven springs indicates the chief is working with a defective kit. The kit must be exchanged for a new kit.
6. Arrange all forty-seven spring-wrapped nimplugs between the columns of the ten centimeter pole intervals.
Warning! Do not activate nimplugs!
7. Using, at the chief’s discretion, two hands or else one hand and the help of another assembler (non-itching) begin the plane/pole integration.
8. Each pole must connect sequentially through the vitality groove marks of the first two planes.
9. Without screwing clockwise, ensure that the nimplug springs stay attached and fit the remaining vitality grooves.
10. By unhinging the fore-structural ready-handles the chief begins.