I was finally able to pop open the pop up.
I was pressed for time today but I was able to get the Velcro installed onto the roof of the pop up.
The Velcro is used to attach one end of the Gizmo to the roof so that it will be tucked under the lip of the roof and prevent water from getting under during rain. It also aids in getting the Gizmo up onto the top of the bunkend as it is pretty high on these highwalls.
The option to have a strip of Velcro ( the loop side of Velcro) sewn onto the Gizmo costs $10.
Some people use adhesive backed Velcro. I decided I did not want glue residue if it did not work so I opted for the kind that you sew on. I then simply stapled (1/2 inch staples) the Velcro ( the hook side of Velcro) to the inside side of the roof.
What you would then do is lift the roof about a foot and Velcro the Gizmos to the roof. Then simply raise the roof like normal and push out the bunks, etc.
It is a bit difficult I found to get your hands on the backside of the Gizmo so you can attach it. The way I had mine folder was a bit cumbersome. I suppose if it was rolled up it would be easier.
I think the more I use them the easier it will be.
Here are a few pics. The roof is not all the way up as I was still installing the Velcro when I took the pics.