Madaga Gazebo Assembly

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The Sunjoy Madaga gazebo is a free-standing, metal-frame gazebo suitable for semi-permanent mounting in backyards and on patios and decks. It provides shade for outdoor gatherings or for installations such as hot tubs or backyard play equipment. The Madaga measures 10 feet wide by 10 feet long by 10 feet high and can accommodate up to 37 people beneath its canopy. The frame is black, powder-coated steel and the double-vented canopy is made of brown polyester Terylene. Assembled weight of the Madaga is 129 pounds.

Things You'll Need

  • Metric combination wrenches
  • Press fit the left and right arch halves together to form frame arches for all four sides. Secure the arches with two M6 by 20 screws and washers at each joint.

  • Attach each of the completed arches to upright columns with two M6 by 20 screws and washers at each column.

  • Stake each column to the ground using the supplied pin stakes.

  • Press-fit together the long canopy poles that extend from the corner columns to the center roof fitting. Insert the long poles into the center roof fitting.

  • Press-fit together the shorter canopy poles that extend from the center of the arches to the center roof fitting. Insert the shorter poles into the center roof fitting.

  • Screw the hook into the bottom of the center roof fitting.

  • Attach the shorter canopy poles to the center of the arches using one M6 by 40 screw, nut and washer at each attachment point.

  • Attach the longer canopy poles to the top of the columns using one M6 by 40 screw, nut and washer at each attachment point.

  • Screw the large hook into the bottom of the center roof fitting.

  • Press fit the short top roof connector bars into the top roof fitting. Attach the assembled top roof frame to the bars of the center roof with one M6 by 40 screw, nut and washer at each attachment point.

  • Attach the small top canopy material to the top roof. Cinch tight and tie the cords off at each corner.

  • Attach the larger second canopy material to the large second roof. Cinch tight and tie the cords off at each corner.

  • Hang the mosquito netting from the rounded arch bars using the supplied plastic rings.

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