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DUNK TANK, EZ-Dunk 3

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  • The concept of dunking the boss at the company picnic, or dunking the local "celebrity" at fundraiser events has become an American pastime. The Easy Dunker has always been a leading money maker at fairs, carnivals, and block parties
  • Easy Dunker Includes:
  • 500 gallon Polyethylene Tank
  • Vinyl Coated Steel Protective Cage
  • High Density, UV Resistant Seat, 250 pound weight capacity
  • 1 Target
  • 3 balls
  • Overall Dimensions
  • 62" wide +wheel to wheel
  • 91" deep +front of tank to back of stairs
  • 92" tall +bottom of tank to top on cage
  • TOWING
  • 1. Fold wing in against the side of the unit and securely tie off. Then slowly tilt tank back onto its wheels. Place seat in its up position and lock.
  • 2. Insert hitch tongue and use both pins to secure it.
  • 3. Attach trailer to vehicle. Put pin or bolt through hitch release lever and secure. Attach safety chain to vehicle.
  • NOTE: Always use the safety chain when towing.
  • 4. Place target, target arm, and balls safely in tow vehicle.
  • SET UP
  • 1. Select a level area for set up.
  • 2. Unhook trailer and lights from tow vehicle and roll to set up area. (NOTE: Trailer and tank are one unit, do not try to separate!)
  • 3. Raise tongue end of trailer and remove hitch pins from tongue bar. Slide tongue bar out and re-place pins in bar.
  • 4. Slowly lift up and set tank upright. (Be careful not to drop tank onto its bottom.)
  • 5. Untie rope holding the wing against the tank. Swing wing out into position. NOTE: The wing MUST BE STRAIGHT out from the tank frame. If it is at an angle the trigger will not work properly. Lower the two stabilizing rods on the bottom of the wing so the wind does not move it as this will
  • cause the target arm to jam.
  • 6. Check drain plug to make sure it is tight and then fill tank to the top with water (approx. 500 gallons).
  • 7. Place the arm into the trigger mechanism. Put the other end trough the hole in the canvas. Make sure the pin which is welded to the arm drops into
  • the pivot point on the side of the frame. Insert the target onto the end of the arm and tighten. With your hand test the target to see that it works properly.
  • 8. Place one hand on the front of the seat and push down. With the other hand test the target to see that it works properly.
  • 9. REVIEW SAFETY RULES!!
  • OPERATION
  • 1. Check to see that seat is properly locked and is released when the target is pressed. Be sure to show this operation to the person who will be on th
  • e tank as they will need to know how to reset the seat and trigger mechanism each time it is released, before they get back onto the seat. Instruct them to use the grip handles for support when climbing up out of the tank.
  • Also, be sure instruct the dunkee on the proper use of the seat safety latch, which is located behind the seat, to keep it secure until they are ready to be dunked. Please remind the dunkee to keep their hands on their knees and sit forward on the seat.
  • 2. Use ONLY the balls that came with the EASY DUNKER
  • 3. Monitor water level to keep it full.
  • TAKE DOWN
  • 1. As soon as you are finished using the dunker, open the drain and let the tank empty.
  • 2. Fold wing in against the side of the unit and securely tie off. When towing EASY DUNKER , tie a second safety rope to hold wing frame against tank. Then slowly tilt tank back onto its wheels.
  • 3. Place seat in its up position and lock.
  • 4. Insert hitch tongue and use both pins to secure it.
  • 5. Attach trailer to vehicle. Put pin or bolt through hitch release lever and secure. Attach safety chain to vehicle.
  • 6. Place target, target arm, and balls safely in tow
  • vehicle.
  • Easy Dunker must always have an adult operator on duty when in use.
  • Cordon off a dan er zone in front of to the sides of and ehind the tank. Keep people out of the zone to avoid e/n hit y an errant or de0e1ted throw. Children should never e allowed inside this dan er zone.
  • _____ Easy Dunker must always have an adult operator on duty when in use.
  • _____ When tank is going to be unattended, always drain water. NEVER LEAVE A DUNK TANK FILLED WITH WATER UNATTENDED!
  • _____ Cordon off a danger zone in front of, to the sides of, and behind the tank. Keep people out of the zone to avoid getting hit by an errant or deflected throw. Children should never be allowed inside this danger zone.
  • _____ Never place the dunk tank on a platform or stage. (NOTE: When filled the dunk tank weighs over 4,500 pounds.)
  • _____ Keep Easy Dunker away from electricity.
  • _____ Keep water level filled to at least 8 from the top of the tank.
  • _____ Only one person at a time should be allowed on the seat or in the tank.
  • _____ Keep all non-swimmers, anyone less than 5' tall, or over 250 pounds off of the tank.
  • _____ Anyone with medical conditions which may place limitations on their physical exertion (such as, but not limited to: heart condition, pregnancy, back injury, etc.) should stay off of the dunk tank.
  • _____ To keep from slipping, the dunkee must always wear rubber sole shoes.
  • _____ Before (and each time) the dunkee climbs onto the seat, they must first make sure the seat is securely locked in place and that the safety latch is engaged.
  • _____ The dunkee should use the handles to assist in climbing out of the tank and for getting back up on to the seat after being dunked. However, the dunkee must not hold onto the handles while being dunked.
  • _____ The dunkee must move toward the front of the tank when coming up out of the water to avoid hitting their head on the seat.
  • _____ Never use hard balls.
  • _____ Never stand or kneel on seat.
  • _____ When being dunked, the dunkee must keep hands on knees and sit forward on the seat.
  • _____ Do not allow anyone to hit target with hands.
  • _____ Do not operate Easy Dunker during a storm.
  • I have read and agree to comply with all of the above safety rules.
  • Signed: ______________________________________
  • Date:_____/_____/_______
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