PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING
Please keep this manual in a safe and handy place for future reference.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even
death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, fire or other hazards. These precautions
include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Follow and obey the instructions to properly assemble the in-
strument. Using in an improperly assembled state can cause
the instrument to overturn, resulting in injury.
• Always assemble the instrument with two or more persons.
Doing so alone can cause the instrument falling over result-
ing in injury and damage to the instrument.
• Never place the instrument on an sloping, unstable, etc.,
platform. The instrument may fall or overturn and result in
• If you experience any abnormal movement, noise, or vibra-
tion, stop using the instrument immediately and tighten all
bolts again. The instrument can overturn resulting in injury.
• Keep hands and feet away from moving parts such as the
gap in the casters. Disregarding this can result in injury.
• Never lean on or climb onto the instrument. The instrument
may fall and result in injury.
• Do not play or roughhouse around the instrument. Bumping
into the instrument may result in injury. It may also cause
instrument to fall over. Keep children away from the instru-
• If an earthquake occurs, strong shocks caused by the
earthquake may overturn the instrument or cause it to move
about. Stay away from the instrument during earthquakes.
When moving the instrument
• When moving the instrument on its casters, only move
across smooth, flat surfaces. Avoid moving the instrument
across surfaces that are sloped, uneven, or graveled. The
xylophone can collapse and/or get out of control.
• Do not run with the instrument. The instrument may become
impossible to stop, crash into a wall, and cause serious
• If the instrument must be lifted, do so with at least two (2)
persons. Lift the instrument by its side frames using both
hands. Holding the rail section can result in the instrument
dropping or falling off. Never hold the instrument anywhere
other than the side frames.
• Moving the instrument up or down stairs should never be
done with the instrument assembled. Doing so is a danger-
ous parts can fall off, or you can loose balance causing the
instrument to fall over. Only move the instrument after it has