Melbourne Gazebo Replacement Canopy and Net
     
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Price: $219.99
Model: [LCM443BCN]
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Description

Canopy Color: Light Beige

Please do not confuse this gazebo with the Home Depot Sydney gazebo, the two gazebos look very similar in picture. Please enlarge pictures and compare model numbers before purchasing. 

REPLACEMENT CANOPY AND NETTING SET FOR

MELBOURNE GAZEBO

OEM Gazebo Specifications

Gazebo Name

Melbourne Gazebo
Manufacturer
Home Casual
Manufacturer's Model Number
  • 08-MEL-GAZ
  • 286-281
Retailer/Store SKU Home Depot 286-281
Approximate Frame Size
10' x 10'
Roof Type Two-Tiered
Overhang Style Classic overhang
Signature Indicators of Gazebo
  • Finial ornaments at each corner post
  • Finial ornament at peak of gazebo
  • Fish motif design with vertical bars around top perimeter of frame
  • Canopy hem arches from corner to corner
Garden Winds Replacement Canopy Specifications
Fabric
350 Denier Polyester
Canopy Color Beige Whisper (different from original)
Attachment Type
Velcro straps
Fire Resistance
CPAI-84 US Standard
Sun
Treated for protection against UV
Moisture Water Resistant
Box Content Replacement canopy and netting set
Additional InfoThe hooks are not included with the mosquito netting set
Country of Origin
China

Video

Installation

Replacement Canopy Installation Instructions

Safety First: WARNING!!! This process requires a person to use a ladder to reach the top of the gazebo. It is important that the ladder that you use be stable and safe. It is important that a second person be present in the event you need help. Safety should be your number one priority to prevent falling during installation. If you do not feel comfortable removing or installing the canopy, please seek a professional for help.

Remove Your Old Canopy First

1. Ladder - You will need a stable ladder that will allow you to safely reach the top of the gazebo.

2. Loosen Bottom Tier Canopy – Unfasten all Velcro straps. Velcro straps are usually located on the seams of the canopy. Now take a moment to remove the finial ornaments from each corner of the canopy. You can do this by unscrewing them. Once the finials have been removed, you can begin removing the bottom tier canopy. Start with any corner. Pull the canopy fabric away from the corner, and towards the center of the gazebo roof. Repeat this for all four corners of the bottom tier canopy. With the bottom tier canopy loosened, push the fabric of the bottom tier towards the center of the roof, and let the canopy sit there on the frame for now. Now it’s time to remove the top tier canopy.

3. Remove the Top Tier Canopy – Start by removing the finial ornament at the top of the gazebo. You can remove the finial ornament by unscrewing it. Then, remove the roof bars from the corner pockets. Do this by pulling the corner pockets away from the center of the gazebo. Repeat this for all four corners. You should now be able to completely remove the top tier canopy from your gazebo.

4. Remove the Bottom Tier Canopy – Remove the bottom tier canopy from the gazebo by looping its center square hole through the top tier frame. The top tier frame has four prongs, each pointing towards one corner of the gazebo. This process will require you to loop the center hole of the bottom canopy through one prong at a time. The first prong is always the most difficult. The process gets easier with each prong of top tier. If the center hole of the canopy is too tight to fit through the prongs, you may need to temporarily loosen the prongs from the hub. Once done, you can completely remove the canopy from the gazebo.

Installing New Canopy

1. Ladder - You will need a stable ladder that will allow you to safely reach the top of the gazebo.

2. Partially Install Bottom Tier Canopy – The bottom tier canopy should be installed first. Do this by looping the center square hole of the bottom canopy through the top tier frame. The top tier frame has four prongs. Loop the center hole of the bottom canopy through each prong, one prong at a time. Do this for all four prongs. (If you loosened the top tier roof bars during removal, here is when you want to tighten the top tier roof bars in place). Once this is done, let the bottom tier canopy rest on the roof structure. Do not fully install the bottom tier canopy yet. You will still need access to the top of the gazebo!

3. Install the Top Tier Canopy – Rest the top tier canopy on the top tier frame. Pull each corner of the top tier towards the end of the prongs. Insert ends of prongs into the corner pockets, one prong at a time. You will need to pull a little harder on the last corner pocket to complete the installation. Install the finial ornament by screwing it on at this time.

4. Fully Install Bottom Tier Canopy - Begin by pulling the corners of the canopy towards the corners of the gazebo frame. Fasten the bottom tier tightly to the frame by placing the corners of the canopy over the corners of the gazebo frame. You will need to make sure the bolt that supports the finial also fits through the pre-installed grommet rings on the canopy. Do this for all four corner pockets. You will need to pull harder on the last corner pocket, as there is less slack available. Screw all four corner finials into place. Then fasten available Velcro straps to the roof bars.

5. You’re finished! Enjoy your new canopy!!!

Copyrighted – Garden Winds


Reviews
1 Review Written for this Product  

5 star s
If it wasn't for your company selling the replacement canopy, I would have had to either tear the old gazebo down, or bought a whole new unit. The replacement was as good as the original.
Submitted by: James certified buyer
from , on 09 - 19 - 2010
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