|Fig.1 Cold weather Gear|
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Walmart™ Green Christmas Tree
Its Christmas in Chino, California and time to decorate again. We purchased another green tree from Walmart™. The tree cost $10.00 on sale at our local Walmart™ store for 85% discount. This post explains each steps with pictures on how to assemble a Walmart™ 5-Ft Green Tree.
This post will show the nine steps to assemble these Walmart™ 5-Ft Green Tree.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the brown box that holds the Walmart™ 5 Ft Green Christmas Tree located in the cold weather gear. We do not have severe cold spells in Chino, California. This year we have had more rain then the last three years. Presently the City of Chino is in a drought condition.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the trees being removed from the cold storage area.
|Fig.2 Removing the trees|
|Fig.3 Tree directions|
|Fig.4 Harrison Pine|
|Fig.5 Tree key points|
|Fig.6 Easy 2-step directions|
|Fig.7 Boxed green tree|
|Fig.8 Printed directions|
|Fig.9 Tree plastic feet near tree trunk|
|Fig.10 One leg assembled|
|Fig.11 Tree stand ready|
|Fig.12 Bottom tier|
|Fig.13 Top tier|
Step 7: After both tree section tiers are put together hook up the electrical wire between each tree section. Fig.14 shows the electrical wire from the top and the bottom part. Fig.15 shows the the tree branches are being pushed down to create a real look.
|Fig.14 Electrical hooked-up|
|Fig.15 Tree branches pushed down|
|Fig.16 Best view|
|Fig.17 Tree information|
|Fig.18 Green tree trimmed|
|Fig.19 Lights On|
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