|Fig.1 Boxed Christmas tree|
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Gold 4-ft trees
Its Christmas in Chino, California and time to decorate our front patio. We purchased these Gold 4-ft trees in 2009 after Christmas. Each tree cost $7.99 on sale at a local linen store for 75% discount. This post explains each steps with pictures on how this gold tree was assembled.
This post will show the eight steps to assemble these gold Christmas trees.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the tree has been placed into a cardboard box for safe keeping. Fig.2 shows the three plastic feet that will become the tree base. The parts of this tree, are the three plastic feet, the gold bottom and top pieces that will need to be assemble to make the tree.
|Fig.2 Green legs for gold tree|
|Fig.4 Leg assembly|
|Fig.5 Trunk base and feet|
|Fig.6 The first leg is in|
|Fig.7 Tree legs in place|
Step 4: Fig.8 shows the plans for the tree.
|Fig.9 White center|
|Fig.10 top and bottom assembled|
|Fig.11 The tree is completely assembled.|
|Fig.12 Directions and spare lights|
|Fig.13 Electrical plug|
Step 7: Fig.14 through fig.16 shows the last step is to push down the plastic bough down. So the tree is fluffed up. It must be depressed for storage but for show the bough must be pushed down.
|Fig.14 Push down bough|
|Fig.15 Another view|
|Fig.16 Pushing down tree limbs|
Notice: The tree lights are on, this is the time to replace any damaged lights during daylight hours.
|Fig.17 Job finished|
|Fig.18 Day time|
|Fig.19 Night time|
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