Your Guide to Setting Up the Waterfed Poles Kit

Your Guide to Setting Up the Waterfed Poles Kit

HOW TO ASSEMBLE

STEP 1

Attach the short hoses into the brass nozzles on the brush head.

STEP 2

Then, take the angle adapter or gooseneck (adjust to your desired angle).

STEP 3

Attach the Brush Head to the gooseneck, making sure the top of the brush aligns with the top of the adapter.

STEP 4

Take the female coupling, pull back on the housing and insert the male brass shut off valve. Make sure that you push the shut off valve firmly into the coupling until it clicks.

STEP 5

Rotate the red handle of the brass valve to the side to close and push back to open.

STEP 6

To attach the brush onto the pole, simply screw the gooseneck to the top end of the pole and connect the Y-connector to the hose by pulling back the blue locking collar.

STEP 7

Prior to extending the poles, ensure that the clamp screws are tight. Use the included hex key to tighten any loose screws until they are hand tight. This will ensure that the clamp securely holds the pole in place when it is extended.

STEP 8

To extend the pole lift the green handle on the clamp, extend the pole to the required length and press the clamp closed.


ATTACHING THE BRUSH HEAD AND OPTIONAL SQUEEGEE

STEP 1

The double gooseneck has a star nut that allows you to adjust the brush to your desired angle.

STEP 2

Attach the double gooseneck into the brush.

STEP 3

Screw the connector tip to the double gooseneck.

STEP 4

Insert the squeegee, insuring the button aligns with the slot.

STEP 5

Then, attached the brush head and squegee onto the pole.

STEP 6

Connect the hose onto the Y-connector.


DO'S AND DONT'S

Attaching the hose onto the Y-connector

When attaching the hose to the Y-connector you must pull back the blue locking collar and insert the hose.

Pulling the hose from the bottom of the pole

When retracting the pole, it is important to gently pull the hose from the bottom to prevent it from bunching up and getting caught inside the pole, it is helpful to have two people.

Don't overextend your pole

It is important to remember to NOT OVEREXTEND THE POLE or the spacers will fall out.

Put the spacers back onto the pole

If the pole is overextended and the spacers fall out, simply put the spacers back onto the pole. You'll notice that it has a square shaped hole. The square shape on the spacers fit into the hole.

Putting the hex screws back onto the locking clamp

If the hex screws fall out or are accidentally removed, you can simply put back the screws into the locking clamp, and use the hex key to tighten the screws back onto the clamp.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


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