Severe injury may occur to personnel handling metal parts without protective gloves when
temperatures are below freezing. Surface of skin may freeze upon contact and tear from the
Do not allow fuel to come in contact with bare skin. Even though fuel does not freeze, it is
extremely cold and will burn exposed skin on contact. Wear protective gloves whenever
handling or working with liquid fuel.
OPENING AND SECURING SHELTER ROOF FLAP
Fire or Explosion
Shelter roof flap must be rolled and tied securely. Shelter may catch fire if hot stack
assembly contacts the flap.
Open the roof flap (1) on the rain fly (2) of the tent by separating the hook and pile fastener on the top
edge (3) of the flap. With the top flap out of the way, separate the hook and pile fastener that surrounds
the outer perimeter (4) of the roof flap.
Roll the flap (1) to the left, taking care to roll the fabric under so that it will not collect any rain water.
Secure the flap with the two flap ties (5 and 6) located along the left edge of the flap opening.
Temporarily disengage the three hooks (7) that secure the rain fly (2) to the tent stake straps (8) and fold
the rain fly (2) back in order to gain access to the roof flap (9) located on the outer wall (10) of the tent.
Open and secure the second roof flap (9) as described above.
Lower the rain fly (2) and secure the hooks (7) to the tent stake straps (8).