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Arrow Storage Products 697.68222 Owner's Manual & Assembly Instructions

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Owner's Manual & Assembly Instructions
WPOI
Model No.
697.68222
ARROW
CAUTION: SOME PARTS HAVE SHARP EDGES. CARE
MUST BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING THEVARIOUS
PIECES
715500109
TO AVOI D A MISHAP. FOR SAFETY SAKE, PLEASE READ
SAFETY INFORMATION
PROVIDED IN THIS MANUAL
BEFORE BEGiNNiNG CONSTRUCTION.WEAR
GLOVES
BUiLDiNG DiMENSiONS
* Size rounded offtothe
nearest foot
o
WHENHANDLING METALPARTS.
Exterior
Dimensions
interior Dimensions
Door
•Approx.
Foundation
Storage Area
(Roof Edge to Roof Edge)
(Wail to Wail)
Opening
Size
Size
Sq. Ft. Cu. Ft.
Width
Depth
Height
Width
Depth
Height
Width
Heigh
10'x12'
121"x1431/4"
115
759
1231/4"
1453/4"
877/8"
1181/4"
1401/2"
865/8"
551/2"
60"
3,0m x 3,6m 307,3cm x 363,9cm 10,7m2
21,5m3
313,1cm
370,2cm
223,2cm
300,4cm 356,9cm 220,0cm 141,0cm 152,4crr

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    Owner's Manual & Assembly Instructions WPOI Model No. 697.68222 715500109 BUiLDiNG DiMENSiONS * Size rounded offtothe •Approx. Foundation Storage Area Size Size Sq. Ft. Cu. Ft. 10'x12' 121"x1431/4" 3,0m x 3,6m 307,3cm x 363,9cm 10,7m2 nearest foot Exterior Dimensions (Roof Edge to Roof Edge)

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    BEFORE Owner's Manual Before beginning construction, and other requirements. Important information and helpful enjoyable. Assembly Instructions: appropriate information and during assembly, follow the step sequence Foundation and Anchoring: damage. A foundation is also necessary as a base in order to construct a square and level building.

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    Watch the Weather: Do not attempt to assemble your building on a windy day. Be careful on wet or muddy ground. Teamwork: Whenever your building. One person can position parts or panels while the other is able to handle the fasteners and the tools.

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    Safety precautions are important ,,Care must be taken when handling various pieces of your building since some contain sharp edges. Please wear work gloves, eye protection and long sleeves when assembling or performing any maintenance ing. safety_ safetyedge ,,Keep children and pets away from worksite to avoid distractions and any accidents may occur.

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    CARE A5 Web Finish: For long lasting finish, periodically up scratches as soon as you notice them on your unit. Immediately a wire brush; wash it and apply touch-up Roof: Keep roof clear of leaves and snow with long handled, soft-bristled amounts of snow on roof can damage building making it unsafe to enter.

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    A6 WEB ROOF STRENGTHENING (heavy snow load) KITS Extra roof beams and gable braces designed for added protection against heavy snow accumulation. Increases the strength of your roof by 50%. ANCHOR KITS Model No. AK4 Anchor Kit contains heavy-duty steel augers, 60' (18m) of steel cable and 4 cable pouring, just insert cable under roof, over roof beams, into augers and twist...

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    AQ09 OPTION 1: ARROW FLOOR Arrow has the best base for your building in this simple kit. It keeps stored items above the ground. This kit should be used with one of the following: A. To support a plywood deck B. To be filled with sand. We recommend the combined use of 1.

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    It is important that the entire floor frame be anchored Below are recommended ways of anchoring. Arrow Anchoring Kit: (Model No. AK4 or 60298) Recommended for use with any suggested base. Contains: 4 Anchors with Cable, Clamps and installation instruction. &...

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    WP 11 Remove from bag of screws and save for the last step 65103 #8-32 He× Nut (236) (Packed with Screws) 66045 Handle (2) 66769 Door Slide (4) Lower Door Guide (4) Weather Stripping Hardware 65900A #10Bx1/2" (13mm) Black Screw (8) #8-32x3/8"...

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    WPI2 Assembly Key No. Parts List Part Part Number Description Door Handle Brace 3719 FrontWall Panel 9373 Corner Panel 6514 6108 Large Right Gable 6109 Large Left Gable 6114 Small Right Gable Small Left Gable 6115 10510 Right Roof Panel Left Roof Panel 10511 Horizontal Door Brace...

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    Assembly by Key No. WP13...

  • Page 14: Side Floor Frame, Ramp

    Step 1 SV14 The front floor frame is made up of three pieces. The side floor frames and the rear floor frame are made up of two pieces. The holes in these pieces will align when the pieces are positioned with correct amount overlap.

  • Page 15: Side Wall Channel, Side Wall Angle

    k._l,p_+e- Z.,_It SR15 The main frame pieces reinforce the walls. These pieces will later be in- stalled in the center and at the top edge of the side walls and the rear wall. Proceed as follows: Overlap the rear wall channel pieces as shown in the figure fasten the two pieces together...

  • Page 16: Roof Panel, Roof Beam

    Step 3 SV16 The roof beams join the two gables and support the roof panels. The main roof beam is made up of four pieces overlapped back to back at the cen- ter. The left and right roof beam as- semblies are made up of two pieces.

  • Page 17: Door Track Splice

    Step 4 The door track assembly supports the sliding doors and reinforces front wall. It is made up ofthree pieces. Using the door track splice, (painted), join door (galvanized) pieces end-to-end shown. :2 Insert four screws from the under- side only. Hint: The holes in the top side of the door track assembly are for fastening the gable to the top of the front wall in...

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    Step 5 SWI8 1 Place the floor frame pieces that you assembled earlier on the foun- dation. Assemble the fourcorners the floor frame using two screws each corner as shown. At the front corners fasten bolts through the bottom with nuts on top. Measure the floor frame diago- nally.

  • Page 19: Corner Panel

    Step 6 SRI9 NOTE The remainder of the building assembly requires many hours and more than one person. Do not continue beyond this point if you do not have enough time to com- plete the assembly today, A partially assembled building can be severely damaged by light winds, Each screw and bolt in the wall re- quires a washer.

  • Page 20: Wall Panel

    Step 7 WP20 The top frame pieces give rigidity to the walls and provide a surface for attaching the gables which support the roof. I Fasten the rearwall angle across the inside top of the rear wall using so rews. 2 Fasten the sidewall angles across the inside top of the side panels us-...

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    Step WP21 The mid frame pieces give rigidity to the side and rear walls. Fasten the rear wall channel across the middle of the rear wall using screws. Fasten the side wall channels across the middle of the side panels using screws.

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    Step 9 $1_2 Each wall panel has a crimped rib on one side, The crimped rib should go under the rib of the panel that follows 1 Locate all of the wall panels set each one alongside the building. 2 Fasten the wall panels at the top and bottom with screws.

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    Step 1 S023 The door jambs reinforce the door opening and provide an attractive trim. Follow these steps for both doorjambs. 1 Fasten the front wall channels in their positions between the end of the side wall channel and the cor- ner panel using screws.

  • Page 24: Roof Beam Bracket

    Step 11 WP24 The gables go on top of the front and rear walls to support the roof beams. NOTE The gables are packed nested together and might be mistaken as one piece. Carefully separate them before continuing. 1 Apply green edge trim to the top edge of the large left gables, left gables, large right...

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    Step 12 WP25 Lift and fasten a right and left gable, under angle at corner, to the door track and rear wall angle with so rews. Hint: On the front gable, leave out 2 screws closest to center gable leg. On the rear gable, use a bolt and nut at the overlapping rear wall angle.

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    Step 13 WP26 1 Fasten the track supports front gable assembly only, as shown. 2 Wrap the weather stripping around the two joined edges of the large left and right gables. See dia- gram. Cut the weather stripping length and repeat on next gable set. 3 Spread the two halves of the double roof beam and fasten to the gable brace of the front gable.

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    Step WP27 Installing the roof panels is best done with a step ladder. Install the first roof panel at the back right corner of the building. Each screw and bolt in the roof requires a washer. NOTE Measure the building diagonally again and make adjustments make sure the building...

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    ep 15 _,_'_- L_IL WP28 Install a left roof panel 10511 at the left rear corner of the roof. 2 Cut 28 short 3"(7,6cm) strips offthe small roll of weather stripping and put them aside. Cover the joint at the peak with weather stripping tape, large roll.

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    Step 16 WP29 1 install the second ridge caps 6868 overlapping the first ridge caps while installing two roof panels 6538. Hint: The bolts on the ridge cap need to be left loose to move the ridge cap to the side and overlap the ribs of the next roof paneL Cover the notched areas of the roof panels with strips of weather...

  • Page 30: Ridgecap

    St p 17 WP30 1 Install the third ridge caps 6869 overlapping the second ridge caps while installing the remaining panels 6538. Hint: The bolts on the ridge cap need to be left loose to move the ridge cap to the side and overlap the ribs of the next roof paneL Cover the notched areas of the roof panels...

  • Page 31: Side Roof Trim

    Step 1 WP31 1 Attach the side roof trim to the lower end of the roof panels on each side of the building using screws at each panel overlap. NOTE A single screw fastens both trim pieces at the overlap. Using your thumb and index fin- ger, overbend the bottom flange of...

  • Page 32: Horizontal Door Brace, Right Door, Left Door

    l" _;Pdr_ S032 The steps on this page tell how to assemble the right door. You will perform exactly the same procedures for the left door, Each bolt and screw in the door requires a washer. ceed as follows: 1 Attach the door handle brace and handle to the door with 1 bolt as...

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    Step 2 SQ33 1 From inside the building, put the bottom of the right door assembly (on your left when you are inside building) behind door jamb into the front frame track. 2 Position the top of the door so that the holes in the door line up with the holes in the door slides.

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    SOME FACTS ABOUT S034 SOME FACTS ABOUT RUST Rusting is a natural oxidizing when bare metal is exposed to moisture. areas include screw holes, unfinished where scrapes and nicks occur coating through normal assembly, use. Identifying these natural rusting problem areas and taking some simple rust protection can help to stop rust from developing, quickly as soon as it appears.

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