PVC Setup

Package will be bubble wrapped. The envelope will have the screws and the sticky pads for the optional perches.

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Grab a square piece and place it in the thickest channel. Use the groves on the square sides and rectangle bottom to line it up.

Select one of the rectangle pieces and lay it flat with the channels up.

Repeat for the second side. Grab a square piece and place it in the thickest channel. Use the groves on the square sides and rectangle bottom to line it up.

Now slide in the back piece of pvc into the channel it fits into.

For the 8x12 Cut the perches to size if needed using a trimmer or large dog nail clipper.  

For 8x12 Stick on the sticky pads and put the perch into it. 12x18 either the same or bolt on Davids perches. The ideal setup for a GTP will be perches at different levels and depths. Remember the perch closest to the back should be the highest so they can feel comfortable by the heat.

Slide The acyrlic front door into the thinnest channel  that it will fit into.

Grab the last rectangle piece with different channels and lay it on top. Line up the channels with the proper side. Thinnest will be the acrylic front, thick ones on the sides. 4 screws will fasten the pieces together. Flip the enclosure and put the other 4 screws to secure that side.
(Optional) Drill vent holes in the back panel where the heat tape lays to allow the heat to penetrate through. Alternative is a piece of insulation foam.

Heat tape will have the power soldered on. Aluminum heat resistant tape is also provided.

Tape the heat tape to the back of the enclosure with the heat tape a little bit higher than the perch to the back.