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Jumping Castle Instructions


  • Children must not be allowed near the motor.

  • If an electrical extension is used it must  be a triple wired ,  earthed cord

  • Do not cover motor with bag or tight material – it needs air

  • Do not leave motor in rain/water – it’s an electrical appliance

  • Do not switch the motor on and off

  • Castle should be at least 1 meter away from walls or objects that can damage the castle – NB clients pay for damages

  • No pets, shoes, sharp objects streamers or food allowed on the castle

  • No adults allowed on the jumping castles – it will damage as it is not made for above 80 kg.

  • Adults are only allowed on slip slides

  • The air pipe feeds the air to the castle.

  • It needs to be securely attached to the motor so air does not escape

  • The pipe must not be bend or twisted - this will restrict airflow to the castle.


Setting up the castle
  • Put the castle where you intend to use it

  • Roll the castle out of the bag and look for the air pipe (long PVC pipe, at the back or on the side of the castle)

  • Attach the motor to the air pipe and fasten tight.  The motor must be upright - standing on its “leg”

  • Attach extension to motor – must be a tripled wired,  earthed cord

  • Plug extension directly into the power source and switch on electricity

  • The motor needs to run continuously for the castle to stay inflated.

Folding the castle

  • Remove motor from the castle.

  • Straighten the air pipe and hold so that the air can escape (tip: let someone walk on the castle and the air will escape faster

  • Most castles with a pond have a short air pipe underneath the pond.  Open this air pipe as well

  • Fold all loose parts to the inside

  • Fold castle in such a way that it ends up narrow and long. (same width as the bag)

  • Put bag underneath castle on the one side and roll the castle tightly towards the bag.

Once inside the bag close with the attached ropes.

Trouble shooting


  • Electricity keep on tripping when motor is switched on.

  • Motor starts but cut out

  • Do the following to eliminate possible causes/solve the problem:
  • Take motor and plug directly into power source (no extension or other plugs) - if still problem

  • Take motor to another power source and plug in

  • Plug motor into power source – ensure that no other appliances use the same plug/line. 

  • If you do use an extension ensure that the extension is a tripled wired,  earthed cord, not longer than 15m

Jumping Castle

Jumping castle not stiff:

  • Check that the air pipe is attached tight to the motor – no air escaping

  • Check that the pipe underneath the pond  is closed properly

  • Ensure that air pipe is straight with no obstructions

  • It is normal that bubbles and air escape  from the seams

  • Small holes is not a problem.  If you can put 3 fingers in a hole please phone