Friday, December 12, 2014

How to Set-Up Walmart™ 9- Ft Artificial Green Christmas Tree

Williams™ Slim Pine Tree
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools: 
4-ft Metal paint ladder
Electrical cords
Walmart™ Green Christmas Tree

Its Christmas in Chino, California and its time for Christmas lights and trees to shine in the evening. We were extremely lucky and last year Mark gave us gave us a tree from Walmart™. This post explains each steps with pictures on how to assemble an Artificial Walmart™ 9-Ft  Green Tree. 

This post will show the seventeen steps to assemble a Wallmart™ 9-Ft  Green Tree. 

Step 1: Fig.1 shows the brown box with two plastic handles that holds the Walmart™ 9 Ft Green Christmas Tree. This year we have had more rain then the last three years. Presently the City of Chino is in a drought condition.
Fig.1 Tree storage brown box
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the trees are placed on a 4-ft metal paint ladder and are being removed from the cold storage area.
Fig.2 Removing the trees
Step 3: Fig.3 shows that a team of two people is needed to move this box.

Fig.3 Be careful
Step 4: Fig.4 shows some information on the tree box and fig.5 shows the simple directions to assemble this tree. 

Fig.4 Easy directions
Fig.5 Easy instructions
Step 5: Fig.6 shows the key points of this tree. Fig.7 shows that this tree has 50 pre-strung mini lights. It also has 1602 branch tips to appear like a real tree. This tree has a diameter of 4.15 and bulbs stay lit even if one is burned out or damaged. 
Fig.6 Details
Fig.7 Additional information
Step 6: Fig.8 shows the bottom tier is named B1. Other parts of the tree are also identified with B numbers. B2 is the middle tier and B3 is the top tier of the tree.
Fig.8 - B1 is the supporting 
tier of this tree
Step 7: Fig.9 shows that the bottom tier is firmly placed within the tree stand. Fig.10 shows the tree trunk needs to be covered with green needles.
Fig.9 bottom tree tier
Fig.10 Trunk needs covering
Step 8: Fig.11 shows the bottom of the trunk now has been covered with green needles.
Fig.11 Trunk covered
Step 9: Fig.12 shows that once the bottom tier has been secured, the branches need to be pushed down and expanded to resemble a real tree.
Fig.12 Expand the branches

Step 10: The next step is to place B2 inside the square hole. Fig.13 shows that this will attach both B1 and B2 together.
Fig.13 B1 and B2
Step 11: Fig.14 shows B3 that will join B2 junction to complete the tree.
Fig.14 - B3 to B2

Step 12: Fig.15 shows that each tier B1 to B2 and B2 to B3 must connect the power supply to each area. Plug each section with the electrical plugs provided in each tier.
Fig.15 Interconnect power supply
Step 13: Fig.16 shows that each tier except B1 branches need to be pulled down to fluff up the tree.
Fig.16 Pull back branches
Step 14: Fig.17 shows that the floor must be vacuumed after the installation of all the trees. Some needles will fall but not as many has a living tree.
Fig.17 Vacuum the rug

Step 15: Fig.18 shows the completed Christmas tree complete with wooden cranberries around its branches.
Fig.18 Completed tree

Step 16: Fig.19 shows the spare lights and direction are placed in a nearby drawer for easy access and repair.
Fig.19 Spare Light

Step 17: Fig.20 shows a real Douglas Fir ready for sale at our local Walmart™ store.
Fig.20 Real Douglas Fir Tree

  Step 18: Fig.21 shows a fully decorated Christmas tree.
Fig.21 Tree ready 
for decorations

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