TANAMI Fire Pit Assembly
flat head #3 screwdriver
2 bottom panels
12 side panels (B)
12 leg panels (A)
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Tanami Fire Pit Assembly
1 Peel protective sheets off all panels (if applicable).
2 Start with a long leg panel (A). Add a short side panel (B) on one side.
3 Align bottom slots first and slide together (Fig. 1).
4 Align top slots and slide together (Fig. 2).
NOTE: Use hammer to gently tap panels into position (Fig 2).
5 Using flat head #3 screwdriver, bend tabs (Fig. 3) securely into notch (Fig. 4). Each panel has six tabs, two on top, four on bottom.
NOTE: Before adding another panel, you MUST lock into position all tabs on one side, one on top and two on bottom.
6 Repeat steps 3-5 alternating A & B panels (Fig. 5) until all but one side/B panel remains. Do not connect last side/B panel.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT add last side panel before completing steps 7-9.
7 Bend up tabs on bottom panel just past 90 degrees (Fig. 6a).
8 Take both floor panels and connect by overlapping (Fig. 6). Use hammer to bend tabs securely (Fig. 7).
9 Insert the floor, tabs facing down (Fig. 8).
10 Once floor is placed in bottom of pit, add the last B panel, repeating steps 3-5 to close/complete fire pit.
- For outdoor use only! Never leave fire unattended!
- DO NOT USE THE FIRE PIT TO COOK FOOD! This fire pit is not designed for grilling food.
- DO NOT allow children or pets near the fire pit without supervision.
- DO NOT touch the surface of the fire pit while in use as it may cause burns.
- NEVER burn in vehicles, tents or indoors. CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD.
- DO NOT use water to extinguish as this is dangerous and can cause damage to the fire pit.
- Burn only untreated wood or fire logs in this fire pit.
- DO NOT use gasoline or kerosene to start the fire in this fire pit.
- DO NOT use this unit on a wood deck, long or dry grass and/or leaves, or on combustible surfaces.
- DO NOT attempt to move the fire pit while it is hot or in use.
- Place the fire pit no closer than 8 feet from walls or combustibles during use.
- Adequate fire extinguishing material should be readily available.
PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Fuel used in wood and charcoal burning appliances and the products of combustion of such fuels contain chemicals known in the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.