The ride should not be operated if wind exceeds 25 mph or in rain or lightning conditions.
All riders must remove their shoes.
Riders should be sorted by size. Only riders of the same size should be allowed in the ride at the same time.
Riders must remove loose or sharp objects including glasses and dangling jewelry.
No food, drink, or gum in the inflatable.
No roughhousing or horseplay should be tolerated.
No climbing on the walls, nets, or roof is allowed.
Anyone who does not obey the rules after being warned should be asked to exit the ride.
Absolutely no Silly String in or around the inflatable
Do not move the inflatable unless you’ve made arrangements with JerseyJumpy about doing so. If the unit shifts during your rental period, have the riders exit the inflatable and push/pull it back into place on the tarp.
Loss of Power:
If the inflatable loses power, don’t panic!
Help the kids exit the unit quickly but don’t scare them – the moonwalks have enough air in them to sink gently to the ground, making it tricky to walk but a soft landing. There is only a roof above and plenty of ventilation through the windows- a child is more likely to hurt themselves in a panic than they are to get injured by the inflatable itself.
Someone should immediately check to make sure the blower hasn’t been turned off or unplugged. Check extension cords as well. It’s likely someone pulled the plug from the outlet or tripped over an extension cord and unplugged it. Turn the blower back on and the unit will quickly re-inflate.
If the unit became unplugged because it moved and pulled the plug from the outlet, your unit is not secured well enough. Check the stakes or sandbags and make sure the kids are not playing too wildly (ie, throwing themselves against the walls.)
If everything is still plugged in and turned on, check your fuse box or breaker box. If the breaker has been tripped, see what else is on that same circuit before turning it back on. The circuit is overloaded. Either unplug other items on the same circuit or plug the inflatable into a different outlet on a different circuit.
If other items still work on that outlet (test it with a hair dryer) then the blower is damaged. Call the Jersey Jumpy emergency number (732.496.2897) and let us know what happened. If anything unusual happened before the blower stopped working (rain, something spilled on blower, something hit the blower) be sure to let us know so we can determine how to fix the problem.
Do not use the moonwalk in rainy conditions. Wet vinyl is slippery and children are more likely to fall and knock into each other.In general, we prefer you leave the unit up and running in light rain as the air pressure prevents too much water from getting into the base.
If the rain looks like it’s going to last a while or be heavy, do the following:
- Turn the power off.
- Remove the blower from the unit and take indoors or to a covered area.
- Untie the sandbags or stakes from one side of the unit and fold it over on itself to prevent too much water from getting into the unit. We may have left you an extra tarp (because it looked like rain), cover the folded moonwalk with the tarp.
Winds can be dangerous. If winds reach 25 mph, we ask that you deflate the inflatable by unplugging the power.