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ratulations!}We hope you will have many hours of enjoyableMulti-Game Table!use with your new SportcraftPLEASE KEEP YOUR INSTRUCTIONS! Your Model number is necessary should you need to contact us. Please read through this instruction book to familiarize yourself with all the parts and assembly steps. Refer to the Parts identifier and verify that all parts have been included. For questions that may arise or for missing parts, PLEASE CONTACTGAME TO THE STORE.US BEFORE RETURNINGTHECONTACT INFORMATION:Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9:00am to 5:00pm ESTReplacementTechnicalParts: order online at: ft.comt (800) 526-0244WARNING!This is not a child's toy. Adult supervision is requiredProper use of this set can avoid damage or injury.for children playing this game.Please read instructionscarefully.WARNING!This product contains (a) small magnet(s). Swallowedinfections and death. Seek immediate medical attentionand/or parts.]magnets can stick together across intestines causing seriousif magnet(s) are swallowed or inhaled. Toy contains small ballsBEFORE ASSEMBLY: Did you receive 1 ! .box? Did you inspect your playfield/main table frame before assembly?original place of purchase if damaged.[TOOLSREQUIREDIt is not replaceableand must be returned to theFOR ASSEMBLY: Phillips and Slotted Head Screwdrivers/ or Power Driver (not included) Allen Key and Wrench (included)0709 - H1-1-36-934 ESP. [email protected] Sportcraft,

PARTS' ) to the box [ -] to indicate receipt of each part.)9 3 36 9!B801uu9-3-36-934ES05LEG SIDEBRACEuuLOWERBALL12 IBOARD(4) 1316.5 X ALLBNKEY38 MMBOLT(16)1- -I 9-3-32-531SSll(24)!1[ 9-3-36-934ES19- [email protected] @BARREL(16)![ 9-3-36-933BS17 @ @ @ 4 MM ALLENKEYA2 ;u 1-1-36-934ESNUT(1)(8) J3-36-569SS24 ACCESSORIES/Pre4nstailed9-3-35-500ss48- SILVER(24) 1HEAD SCREW-36-934ES29(4)1 SCREWEZ:A}[ [8MMCROSSI 9-3-34-068SS17 LEG Continued @ @Parts @ (AVAILABLE(2) J @ @METAL(4)9-3-36-830SS42P. 2 FOR PURCHASELOCKCOVER(PRE INSTALLED)on the next page.) (1) @ @ @ @ONLINE,)WRENCH6-934ES42'!EVA PAD(4)@2009 Sportcraft, Ltd.www,

i9-3-32-531METAL WRENCHA7SS27 (1)ALi --9-3-36-559SS359-3-36-559SS312.25" TRIANGLE9-3-36-771SS24i(I)9-3-34-963ES25TABLE TENNIS1PUSHERFELT9-3-36-933ES23PADDLETABLE20 MM HEX BOLTHOLE9-3-36-830SSll9-3-36-934ES18(1)J1 5" CUSHION(PRE K - 11 6 G(4)TABLETENNISPOSTL9-3-34-933ES35(2)20 MM(PRESTEELWASHER- INSTALLED) (2)9-3-36-839SS13(2)BLOWER AND WIRE{PRE INSTALLED)(4)9-3-34-730SS33(1)ASSEMBLYWeThe table will be assembledWe suggest9-3-25-236SS36 (1)A22ROUND!0 MM PLASTIC WASHER(PRE INSTALLED)(PRE INSTALLED)20 MM HEX BOLTI(3)9-3-36-039SS37(2)[,PUSHER-RED TENNIS(2)(PRE INSTALLED)CHALK(RED)9-3-32-662SS25TABLE TENNISNETt (1)F48" 2- PC BILLIARDCUE(2)i(3)9 TIONS:worktogetherto assemblethisupside down and then turned over onto its legs. This is a very heavy table and turning it over will least two strong adults.that you use the bottom carton as a clean flat work area to protect the table.FIG. 1:Attach one Ball Pedestal - Right and Left (#7and #8) to the Lower Ball Board (#6) using two Screws (#18) per Ball Pedestal.Repeat the above steps for the other Lower Ball Board.OUTSIDE1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. [email protected] Sportcraft,

@ :f2/ . f2/ @ : 16 : 1 (16)@ (8) (1)CABINETFIG. 2:Attach the four Legs (#2 and #3) to the Cabinet using four bolts (#13) and four Washers (#17) per leg.Attach the four Legs (#2 and #3) to the Lower Ball Board assemblies(#6) using four bolts (#15) per Lower Ball Board.Repeat the same steps for the other Legs and Lower Ball Board.1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. [email protected] Sportcraft,

(8) (4)FIG. 3:Attach the Leg End Brace - Left (#11) to the Left Leg (#2) using two Screws (#15) per Leg.Attach the "L"Steel Bracket (#22) to the Leg End Brace - Left (#11) using two Screws (#21) per Bracket. See Fig.3A.Then Attach the Leg Base (#9) to the Left Leg (#2) using four Screws (#18) per Leg Base.Screw the Leg Leveler (#24) into the Leg Base (#9).Repeat the same steps for the other Leg End Brace - Right (#12).1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. [email protected] Sportcraft,

(8)@FiG. 4:Insert the Cross Barrel Nuts (#23) into the Leg Side Brace (#5). NOTE: Make sure the hole in the Cross Barrel Nut is facing inside, as shown inFig. 4A.Attach the Leg Side Braces (#5) to the Legs using four Cross Barrel Nuts (#23), four Washers (#17) and four Bolts (#14) per Leg Side Brace.1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. [email protected] Sportcraft,

TABLE Toop P-4 ::1 (1):fl/TABLETOPFIG. 5:With two strong adults, carefully place the pre-installed bolts of the table top into the openings of the cabinet. (You will need to open the LockPins.) NOTE: Make sure that the Steel Washer (#A20) lays on the outside of the cabinet and the Plastic Washer (#A19) is on the inside. See Fig.5A.Thread the wire into the hole on the Ball Return Box, and gently the pull the wire until it is through the hole.\\\\\\\\@ (((2)\\\\TABLETOP (4) (4)\\\\\\\\//////////FIG. 6:Attach the Top End Panel (#10) to the Table, using two Screws (#20) on the outside of the table and two Bolts (#16) on the inside of the table.Repeat the same for the other Top End Panel.1-1-36-934 ES(Continued on the next page.)P, [email protected],

1 (4)@ /24/BFIG. 7:Attach Leg End Panel (#4) to the Leg assembliesusing six Screws (#19) per Leg End Panel.Repeat the same steps for the other Leg End Panels.)(] (8)@--f4/@-- ,/ f2/?: 4/FIG, 8:Attach the Top Rail Corners (#26) to the Legs using two Screws (#21) per Top Rail Corner. See Fig. 8A.Insert the Cup Holders (#25) into the Top Rail Corner (#26). See Fig. 8A.Insert the two Slide Scorers (#27) onto the table. See Fig. 8.Peel the backing off the EVA Pad (#A4) and stick on onto each end of the inside of the Lower Ball Returns, covering the Ball Pedestals (#7 and#8).1-1-36-934 ES(Continued on the next page.)P. [email protected],

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TABLE MAINTENANCETABLESURFACE(MANTENIMIENTODE LA MESA)Keep your table covered. If there is dust on the playfield or the aprons, use a vacuum or use the brush provided to remove.table and do not use the table outside.Do not sit on thePOCKETSDO NOT lift the table by placing your hands under the pockets, and do not sit, lean or put pressure on the pockets.LEGSCheck that all the edges fit properly into the grooves of the caps. When moving the table, lift the table off of its legs and place it down squarelyon the legs. do not drag the table (and do not lift by the pockets or rods).PUCKSIn the event the puck becomes rough or scuffed, use a sheet of extra fine sand paper to lightly rub until the puck is smooth.FASTERFor faster play, wipe down the playing surface with a spray wax and cloth. (NOTE:cloth first.)PLAYHOCKEYSURFACEHOCKEYWipe playing surface with a clean cloth before and afterch use. While table is on. vacuum gently with a soft brush be played with two (2) players,2) Flip a coin to determineone atch end, or with four (4) players,who will begin play, or a face-off4) One point is awardedRULESOF THEtwo atch end of the game table.must hit the puck with the hand-heldpushersand attemptto being the first player to reach a predeterminedscore or by being the player to-8 BALLGAME:8 Ball is a simple game enjoyed by playersin order for it to count. In 8 Ball, one playerTHEPlayerswhen a puck is shot into the opponent's5) Winning the game: the winning score is accomplishedscore the most points within a given period of time.The playeron a vacuumcan be held at the center of the table.3) Play begins when the puck is placed on the playing surface.into the opponent's goal.OBJECTSpray it on aGAME RULES:1)This game is designedBILLIARDDo not spray the wax directly on the table.who pocketsof all skill levels. It is a Called Shot Game, meaning that players must announcetheir intended shot in advanceshoots at solid balls (numbers1 though 7), while the opponent shoots at striped balls (numbers9 through 15).his or her ball groupfirst and then sinksthe 8 ball is the winner.BREAK:The balls are racked as shown in the gets to break. The cue ball must be placedIf the shooterbreak again.fails to make a legal break,If any balls are pocketednot yet determined.If the 8 ball is pocketedbreakingon the break:The choicethe opponentthe shooterof stripesor solidshas the optionstaysof acceptingon the table,is determinedon the break:the shooteron the break:if the cue ball is pocketedhoweverthe balls in this positionthe table is still Open,by the first calledor re-rackingmeaningthe balls and shootingthat the choicethe openingof the stripesor solidsisshot made after the break.stays on the table with the optionof spottingthe 8 ball and continuingplay, or re-rackingthe balls andagain.If the shooterscratches(b) the table is open, (c) the opposingbehind the head string.PLAYINGA flip of a coin determineswhich player gets to break.In subsequentgames, the loser of the previousbehind the head string and the shooter must either : (a) pocket a ball, or (b) drive four balls to the rails.THEAfter the break,legally pocketedplayeron the breakhas the cue ball in hand: (a) all balls pocketedand may placeit anywhereremainbehindpocketed,the headexceptstringthe 8 ball whichand shootis spotted,at any ball that is notGAME:regardlessball.of whetherany balls were pocketedon the break,the table is Open,with the choiceof stripesor solids determinedby the nextIn the course of play, a shooter must callch shot in advance,by indicatingthe ball to be made and the pocket into which it will be made.It is not necessaryto indicate details such as cushions,banks, caroms, etc. Failure to make the shot as called results in a loss of turn. If the shot is made as called, thenany other balls pocketedremain pocketed.However, if the called shot is not made and any other balls are pocketed, then the shooter'sball(s) that werepocketedwouldbe spottedIn order to executea Legalor the cue ball or any objectball.)and any of the opponent'sballs wouldShot, the first ball hit mustball must comeinto one of the balls in the shooter'swith a rail.(Note:group(stripesIt is legal for the shooteror solids)and the objectball must be pocketedto bank the cue ball off a rail beforehittingthe objectA player who legally pockets a ball continuesplay until missing or committinga Foul. Once a player's ball group (stripes or solids) is pocketed, the playermay play the 8 ball. Again, the player must clearly indicate the intended pocket, even if it appears obvious. A player who legally pockets all of his ball groupand the 8 ball is the winner.1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. 1 [email protected] Sportcraft,

FOULS:1. Failure to execute a legal shot as defined above.2. A scratch shot (shooting the cue ball into a pocketor off the table)3. Moving or touchingany ball by means other than legal play.4. Shootingan intentionaljump shot over another ball by scooping the cue stickcenter is legal.5. Using the 8 ball first in a combinationshot when the table is not open.underthe cue ball. A jump shot executedby strikingthe cue ball aboveFOUL PENALTY:Opposingplayer gets "cue ball in hand".string except on the opening break).SPOTTINGBALLS:Wheneveran objectLOSSis to be spotted,This meansthe objectthat the playerball is spottedcan placeon the long stringthe cue ball anywhereas closeon the table(does not have to be behindthe headto the foot spot as possible.OF GAME:A player committingany of the followinginfractionsloses the game:1. Fouls when pocketingthe 8 ball.2. Pockets the 8 ball on the same stroke as the last of his group of balls.3. Scratcheswhen the 8 ball is his legal object4. Jumps the 8 ball off the table at any time.ball.5. Pockets6. Pocketsthe 8 ball in a pocket other than the one designated.the 8 ball when it is not the legal object ball (exceptBILLIARDRULESOBJECTOF THE- 9 BALLGAME:Nine-Ball is a popular game enjoyedwho sinks the 9 ball is the winner.THEon the break).by playersof all skill levels.In 9 Ball,the shootermust make contactwiththe lowestnumberedball first. The playerBREAK:Balls numbered1 throughSee the illistration.a ball, or (b) drives9 are rackedin a "diamond"shapewith the 1 Ball at the top of the diamondand on the foot spot and the 9 Ball in the center.The cue ball must be placed behind the head string and the shooter must make contact with the 1 Ball first and either: (a) pocketsfour balls to the rails. If the shooter fails to make a legal break, the opponent has the option of acceptingthe balls in this position orHEAD OF TABLEHEAD SPOTHEADCENTERSTRtNGSPOT9 - BALLCENTERSTRING[rFOOT SPOTm m m m mmmmm )O mmmmm 'J1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)FOOT STRINGFOOTP. [email protected] Sportcraft,

ballinhand"anywhereonthetable.PLAYINGTHEGAME:After the break,wins the game,is pocketedPUSHthe next shot may be played as a "Push Out", or, if the breaker pockets one or more balls, he continuesOnce a player misses or fouls, the opponent begins to shoot until missing, committinga foul, or winning,to shoot until he misses, fouls, orThe game ends when the 9 Ballon a legal shot,OUT:The player shootingimmediatelyfollowinga legal break may play a Push Out in an attempt to move the cue ball into a better position.In a Push Out, aball does not have to make contact with any ball or rail and is not considereda foul unless other foul rules apply. The player must announcethe intentionof playing a Push Out before the shot, or it is considerednormal play. Any ball pocketed on a Push Out does not count and remains pocketed (except the9 Ball).Followinga PushOut, the incomingplayer:a) must shootfromthat positionor b) may pass the shot backto the otherplayer.FOULS:1. Failure2. Failureto execute a legal shot as defined make first contact with the lowest numberedball on the table.3. A scratch shot (shootingthe cue ball into a pocket or off the table)4. Moving or touching any ball by means other than legal play.5. When the object ball is not pocketed, failure to drive the any ball to a rail after the cue ball has made contact with the object ball.6. Shootingan intentionaljump shot over another ball by scooping the cue stick under the cue ball. A jump shot executedby strikingcenter is legal.7. Drivingany ball off of the table.The objectballs are not re-spotted(exceptthe cue ball abovethe 9 Ball).FOUL PENALTY:Opposingre-spottedplayer gets "cue ball in hand". This means that the player can place(except the 9 Ball).Any player that commits a foul three consecutivethe cue ball anywhereon the table.Balls pocketedon the foul are NOTtimes on three successiveshots without making a legal shot in betweenloses the game.TABLE TENNIS:DEFINITIONS:-- A "rally" is the period during which the ball is in play.-- A ball is "In Play" once the ball is intentionally projected in service.-- A "let" is a rally, the result of which is not scored.-- A "point" is a rally, the result of which is scored.-- A "racket hand" is the hand which holds the racket.-- To "strike" is to touch the ball with the racket while carried in the racket hand, or with the racket hand below the wrist.-- To "volley" is to strike the ball in play without it having first touched the playing surface on the player's side of the net since last being struck by theopponent.-- The "server" is the player required to strike the ball first in a rally.-- "Around the net" means under or around the projection of the net and its supports outside the table, but not between the end of the net and post.-- The part of the playing surface nearest the server and to his right of the center line is called the "server's right hand court" and to his left the "server'sleft hand court." The part of the playing surface on the other side of the net from the server and to his left of the center line is called the "receiver's righthand court."THE ORDER OF PLAY: In singles, the server first makes a good service and then the receiver makes a good return. Thereafter, server and receiveralternatelych make a good return.In doubles,the serverpartner of the receiverfirst makes a good service and the receiver returns the ball. Thenreturningthe ball. Thereafter,chplayer alternatelyin that sequencethe partner of the servermakes a good return.makesa goodreturn,followedby theA GOOD SERVICE:Service begins with the ball resting on the palm of the free hand, which must be open and flat. The server then projects the ballupwardsand strikes it before the ball touches anything.At the momentof impact of the racket on the ball, the ball must be behind the end line of theserver'scourt or any imaginary extensionthereof and above the level of the playing surface.After striking it, the ball must first touch the server's own court and pass directly over the net or around the net assembly, then touching the receiver'scourt.In doubles, the ball must first touch the server's right half-court or center line, pass over the net, and then touch the receiver's right half-court or centerline.If, in attemptingA GOODopponent'sto serve,a playerfails to strikethe ball whileit is in play, he loses a point.RETURN:After the ball is served or returnedin play, it is struck so that it passes directly over the net and its assemblycourt. A returned ball which touches the net or its supports on the way over to the other side, is considereda good return.and touchestheBALL IS IN PLAY--UNTIL: The ball is in play from the last moment at which it is stationary on the palm of the server's free hand before being projectedin service until:-- a point is scored.-- it touches the same court twice consecutively.-- it has been volleyed.-- it touches a player, or anything he wears or carries, other than his racket or his racket hand below his wrist.-- it touches any object other than the net or its support (referred to above).-- it is struck by a player more than once consecutively.1-1-36-934ES(Continuedon the next page.)P. [email protected] Sportcraft,