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ASSEMBLY FOR YOUR LEITER'S MODULAR SUKKAH:

  • Check your packing list to make sure that you have all the items on list
  • For easier sukkah assembly, 2 people are recommended.
  • Do not leave any panels in an upright position unsecured at any time.
  • Start by lining up all your panels so that they are in an upright position , and placing them on their desirable position i.e. doors , windows etc. and making sure that the groove is on the RIGHT side of the panel and the tongue on the LEFT side , when facing the inside of the panel.*

Part 1

"Start with a Corner"

  1. Align and insert the tongue of the full corner post into the groove of the panel at a 90 degree angle.* Make sure that the tongue of the corner post is fully inserted from top to bottom into the groove of the panel then rotate clockwise the corner post completely to lock into place.*
  2. Align and insert the tongue of the second panel into the groove of the corner post at a 45 degree angle,*then rotate clockwise to lock into place to make the first corner.*
  3. NOTE: It may seem that the corner can stand alone ,but please don't let it stand unattended the wind may blow it over and damage the panel

NOTE: Don't leave window, painted panels, or silk screen panels for last, since they cannot be turned upside down.


Part 2

"How to Connect the Panels"

  1. Lift the corner panel a bit and place a "BB" clamp under it.* Make sure the closed side of the "BB" clamp is facing the inside of the sukkah wall and slit side of the "BB" clamp is facing the outside of the sukkah wall.* Once it's on, pull the clamp away from the panel so u can slide and fit the next panel down into the slit. (see next)*
  2. Take the next panel , lift it a few inches off the ground and align the tongue of the panel into the groove of the existing panel (for easier leverage, use your foot to balance the panel) Once it is inserted, rotate the panel to straighten with adjoined panel and drop into "BB" clamp, it should fit perfectly into the slit of the "BB clamp". If not, shuffle the "BB clamp" slightly to fit.
  3. Slide the "AA clamp" ON THE outer TOP of panels where the two panels connect.
  4. For a 3 wall sukkah please skip to assembly part 3 B

NOTE: The lock is used to lock the panels together and is not used in the corners or door panel.


Part 3A

"Assembly of Last Corner 4 wall sukkah"

The last corner is assembled differently than the other 3 corners. (It needs to be joined by 2 half size corner posts.) Pull both adjoining walls together next to each other Take a half size corner and make sure that the tongue side of corner faces the groove side of panel and the groove side of corner faces the tongue side from second wall, insert the half corner and slide down into both walls at once.*
  • You may need to use a ladder or step stool to see that you are sliding the half corner posts down properly.
  • It is advisable to use WD-40 or any other metal lubricant so the corner posts can slide down in easily.
  • If it does not slide in properly, move the panels close enough and straight enough so that the corner pieces are able to slide in.

Part 3B

"Assembly of wall brackets, for 3 wall sukkah"

  1. Slide a CC bracket down between sukkah wall and house wall from the top of sukkah and secure one bracket to the house wall close to the bottom of the panel and a second closer to the top of the panel.


Part 4

"Placement of Leiter's Sukkah clamps"

(if you have inside schach follow directions assembly part 5)
  1. Place the "EE" clamp over every 2 adjoining panels (were the 2 panels meet) to secure them together.
  2. Place a "NN" clamp every 2 ½ feet on top of the two long walls.
  3. Add 1 extra "EE" clamp on each end of a sukkah wall (= 2 per sukkah wall ).
  4. Place the wooden beams laying in the "EE clamps" to create the sukkah brace. (for the proper size check on packing slip its called inside wood)
  5. Place the wooden beams in the "NN clamps", pull the walls inward and tighten the screws... (for the proper size check on packing slip its called support wood)
  6. For sukkahs with wall 18' or longer, place the "MM clamps" under the panels of
  7. the long wall and insert the wood standing.
  8. Roll out schach mats parallel to the wooden beams and your sukkah is complete.


Part 5

"Inside Schach Assembly" (OPTIONAL ADD-ON)

  1. Place the "EE" clamp over every 2 adjoining panels (were the 2 panels meet) to secure them together.
  2. Place "NN clamps" every 2 ½ feet on top of the panels of the two long walls.
  3. Place "EE clamps" on top of the ends of each wall.
  4. Place the "88 clamps" on top of panels of the long walls approximately every 2 ½ feet.
  5. Place the wooden beams in the "EE clamps" to create the support beam. (for the proper size check on packing slip its called inside wood)
  6. Place the wooden beams in the "NN clamps", pull the walls inward and tighten the screws. . (for the proper size check on packing slip its called support wood)
  7. Place the wooden beams in the "88 clamps" to create beams for the inside schach (for the proper size check on packing slip its called inside schach wood), you will need to loosen the "NN clamps" slightly and lift the beam that is in the "EE clamp" to slide the beam for the inside schach in.
  8. Roll schach mats perpendicular to the wooden beams and your sukkah is complete.

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