Unpacking Your Barometric Prognosticator III
1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg
3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box
4) Lift out the inner box
5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop…
6) …so sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath
7) Open the box and you should see this!
8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place
9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings
10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep and watch your fingers!
11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain
12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole, so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything
13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp
14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke…
15) …and its top
16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block
19) …and remove the screws
21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions!
20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box
installation Don't turn the Display Dial by hand as its motor could be damaged
Please don’t manually turn the Readings Display Dial, as it could permanently damage its Engine. I suggest carrying out the unpacking steps in the order shown below, although removing the packaging from the actual Prognosticator III mechanisms could be carried out once it has been removed from the box.
Please Note:
1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg 1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg 2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it 2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it 3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box 3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box 5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop… 5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop… 6) So sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath 6) So sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath 7) Open the box and you should see this! 7) Open the box and you should see this! 8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place 8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place 9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings 9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings 12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole, so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything 12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole, so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything 13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp 13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp 17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver 17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver 18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table… 18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table… 19) …and remove the screws 19) …and remove the screws 16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block 16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block 15) …and its top 15) …and its top 14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke… 14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke… 11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain 11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain 10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep 10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep 20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box 20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box
2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it
21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions! 21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions!
17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver
18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table…
 4) Lift out the inner box 4) Lift out the inner box
Unpacking Your BAROMETRIC PROGNOSTICATOR iii
INSTALLATION Please don’t manually turn the Readings Display Dial, as it could permanently damage its Engine
Please Note: Please don’t manually turn the Readings Display Dial, as it could permanently damage its Engine. I suggest carrying out the unpacking steps in the order shown below, although removing the packaging from the actual Prognosticator III mechanisms could be carried out once it has been removed from the box.
1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg
1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg 1) Move the box to a suitable location - take care as it weighs 12.6Kg 2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it 2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it
2) Cut the tape on one of the ends with flaps, and open it
3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box
3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box 3) Remove enough of the void fill to see the inner box
4) Lift out the inner box
4) Lift out the inner box 4) Lift out the inner box
5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop…
5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop… 5) Be aware the screws on the bottom of the box could scratch a precious tabletop…
6) …so sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath
6) So sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath 6) So sit the box on a table, perhaps with a protective towel or newspaper underneath
7) Open the box and you should see this!
7) Open the box and you should see this! 7) Open the box and you should see this!
8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place
8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place 8) Cut the ties holding the bubble wrap bag in place
9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings
9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings 9) The bag contains the wireless sensor, USB adapter and wall fixings
10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep and watch your fingers!
10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep 10) Carefully cut the brown tape holding the bubble wrap onto the bellows - don’t cut too deep
11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain
11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain 11) Do the same for the bubble wrap around the chain
12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything
12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole, so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything 12) Cut the Connecting Pipe’s ties and pull it through the hole, so it sits outside the box; then it can’t damage anything
13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp
13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp 13) Cut and remove the tie supporting the lamp
14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke…
14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke… 14) Remove the foam packing from under the bottom of the Scotch Yoke…
15) …and its top
15) …and its top 15) …and its top
16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block
16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block 16) Move the hammer towards the bell, so it’s freed from the foam block and slide out the foam block 17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver 17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver
17) You’ll next require a No.2 Pozidrive screwdriver
18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table… 18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table…
18) Slide each box corner in turn over the edge of the table…
19) …and remove the screws
19) …and remove the screws 19) …and remove the screws
20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box
20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box 20) Finally, carefully lift your Prognosticator out of its box
21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions!
21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions! 21) I suggest you keep the packaging, in case your Prognosticator ever needs to be returned for servicing or repair. Now have a nice cup of tea and read the installation instructions!