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Stand 02/2013 USA
Toddler / Booster Car Seat Instruction Manual
• Certified for use in motor vehicles
• Meets or exceeds all applicable requirements of Federal
Motor Vehicle Safety Standard FMVSS 213
Para atención al cliente en
Espanol llame al siguiente
número 1-855-92-KIDDY o log
en www.kiddy-usa.com.
Toddler Car Seat Booster Car Seat
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Car Seat parts
top tether belt
car seat
protection shield
backrest
top tether hook
snap fastener
seat cushion
LATCH
connector
storage pocket
headrest
shoulder belt
guide
shoulder rest
armrest
protection
shield slot
seat cushion
seat
Protection
Shield Buckle
LATCH
connector
belt guide
belt channel
lower anchor
belt with
LATCH
connectors
headrest
height adjust-
ment handle
instruction
manual &
locking clip
storage box
tether storage
pocket
back side
seat cushion
strap
locking clip
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1. Introduction............................................................................... 3
2. Recommended use................................................................... 3
2.1 Toddler Car Seat Use (WITH protection shield)........................................ 3
2.2 Booster Car Seat Use (WITHOUT protection shield)................................ 4
3. General safety warnings.......................................................... 5
4. Vehicle seating position and adjustment............................... 8
4.1 Vehicle seat location requirements............................................................ 8
4.2 Vehicle seat belts....................................................................................... 9
4.3 Vehicle lap and shoulder belts with a free sliding latch plate.................... 11
4.4 Vehicle seat back and headrest adjustment............................................. 13
5. Toddler use mode WITH protection shield for children
from 22 to 40 lb (10 to 18 kg) and up to 43 in. (109 cm)....... 14
5.1 Adjustments for toddlers............................................................................ 14
5.1.1 Adjusting the seat cushion height.............................................................. 14
5.1.2 Adjusting the headrest height.................................................................... 16
5.2 Toddler use mode installation.................................................................... 17
5.2.1 Installation using the LATCH system and top tether.................................. 17
5.2.2 Installation using the vehicle's lap and shoulder belt and top tether............... 23
5.2.3 Installation using the vehicle's lap belt and top tether............................... 27
6. Booster use mode WITHOUT protection shield from 40 to
110 lb (18 to 50 kg) and up to 57 in (145 cm).......................... 31
6.1 Installation using the vehicle's shoulder and lap belt................................ 31
7. Storing LATCH, the assembly of top tether and removing
the protection shield................................................................ 36
7.1 Storing LATCH connectors........................................................................ 36
7.2 Storing top tether........................................................................................ 36
7.3 Removal and assembly of protection shield.............................................. 37
7.3.1 Removing the protection shield................................................................. 37
7.3.2 Assembling the protection shield............................................................... 37
8. Certification and use on aircraft.............................................. 38
9. Removing and replacing the covers........................................ 38
9.1 Removing the headrest cover.................................................................... 38
9.2 Removing the backrest cover.................................................................... 39
9.3 Removing the seat cover........................................................................... 39
9.4 Protection shield cover............................................................................... 39
9.5 Replacing the covers................................................................................. 39
10. Instructions for care and cleaning.......................................... 39
10.1 Washing the covers.................................................................................... 39
10.2 Cleaning plastic parts................................................................................. 40
11. Warranty..................................................................................... 40
12. Product registration.................................................................. 42
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‘kiddy world plus‘ – Operating Manual
1. Introduction
We’re delighted that you have chosen the ‘kiddy world plus’ car seat as your
preferred car seat.
The ‘kiddy world plus’ car seat is the latest innovative product in our car seat
line. Our special energy-absorbing protection shield offers the greatest
possible safety in the event of frontal or side impact crash. You can use your
“kiddy world plus” car seat with the protection shield for toddlers and children
at least one year of age and weighing 22 - 40 lbs (10 to 18 kg) and whose
height is 43 in. (109 cm) or less. For children weighing 40 to 110 lbs (18 to
50 kg) and whose height is 57 in. (145 cm) or less your ‘kiddy world plus’ car
seat is used without the protection shield as a booster car seat and is
secured with a vehicle shoulder and lap belt.
To provide the optimum protection for your child, the ‘kiddy world plus’ car
seat must be used exactly as described in this instruction manual.
2. Recommended use
The ‘kiddy world plus’ has been tested and certified to FMVSS 213 for use
with children over one year of age, capable of sitting upright alone and who
weigh between from 22 to 110 lbs (10 to 50 kg) and whose height is 57 in.
(145 cm) or less.
2.1 Toddler Car Seat Use (WITH protection shield)
• Children must be at least one year of age and able to sit upright
unassisted to use this car seat.
• Protection shield must be used with children 22 to 40 lbs (10 to 18kg).
• Seat cushion must be used with children 22 to 30 lbs (10 to 13.6 kg).
• Discontinue use of the protection shield when child exceeds either
40 lbs (13.6 kg) or height of 43 in. (109 cm).
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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Children must meet all of the following
criteria to use the Toddler car seat WITH
the protection shield:
• Age - At least one year of age and
• Able to sit upright alone (unassisted) and
• Weight – 22 to 40 lbs (10 to 13.6 kg) and
• Height 43 in. (109 cm) or less
The American Academy of Pediatics (AAP) and
kiddy USA recommend keeping a child in a
Toddler car seat as long as possible before
changing to a booster car seat. Use the toddler
car seat until the childs weight exceeds 40 lbs (13.6 kg) or height exceeds
43 inches (109 cm) before to the booster car seat mode.
2.2 Booster Car Seat Use (WITHOUT protection shield)
Children must meet all of the following criteria to
use the Booster car seat WITHOUT the protection
shield:
• Weight - 40 to 110 lbs (18 to 50 kg) and
• Height – 40 to 57 in. (102 to 145 cm) and
• Top of ears must be below top of seat back.
The American Academy of Pediatics (AAP) and
kiddy USA recommend keeping a child in a
booster car seat as long as possible before
changing to vehicle seat belts. Use the booster car
seat until the childs weight exceeds 110 lbs (50 kg)
or height exceeds 57 inches (145 cm) before using
a vehicle seat belt. 4
• Child must weigh at least 40 lbs (18 kg) and 40 in. (102 cm) to use
booster car seat mode.
• Do not use protection shield with children over 40 lbs (18 kg).
• Discontinue use of car seat when
- The child exceeds either 110 lbs (50 kg) or 57 in. (145 cm)
- The top of the child’s ears are above the top of the seat back.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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3. General safety Warnings
• Failure to follow the instructions and labels can result in serious injury or
death from ejection or contacting the vehicle interior. Read and follow
the information provided in this instruction manual and on the product
labels before using this car seat.
• Children must be at least one year of age, able to sit upright unassisted
and over 22 lbs (10 kg) to use this car seat.
Toddler car seat use (WITH protection shield):
• Children weighing 22 to 40 lbs (10 to 18 kg) and whose height is 43 in.
(109 cm) or less must use Toddler car seat mode WITH protection shield.
• Children 22 to 30 lbs (10 to 13.6 kg) must use Toddler car seat mode
WITH protection shield and seat cushion. Seat cushion must be used
and adjusted properly.
• Snugly adjust the LATCH lower anchor belt or vehicle seat belt around
the protection shield. The LATCH belt or vehicle seat belt must stay
snugly adjusted around the protection shield.
• Secure this car seat with the top tether whenever possible.
• The top tether hook must only be attached to a vehicle tether anchor
provided by the vehicle manufacturer.
• Always check the vehicle owner’s manual how to secure and use a car
seat and the seat belts in your vehicle.
Booster car seat use (WITHOUT protection shield):
• Children 40 to 110 lbs (18 to 50 kg) must use the booster car seat mode
WITHOUT protection shield.
• Discontinue use of this car seat when child’s weight exceeds 110 lbs
(50 kg), height exceeds 57 in. (145 cm) or top of ears are above top of
seat back.
• Secure the child in this booster car seat with only a vehicle lap and
shoulder belt.
• Never use a only a vehicle lap belt to secure a child in this booster car
seat.
• Do not use the top tether to secure this car seat when using in the
booster mode.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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• To prevent ejection or injury in a crash, proper adjustment and use
is required.
- Check to make sure the car seat is properly adjusted to the size of your
child prior to travel. Do not attempt to make adjustments during travel.
- Make sure that all parts of the car seat are properly locked in place.
- Make sure that the car seat has been securely installed in the vehicle
according to this instruction manual and all car seat installation
instructions provided in your vehicle owner’s manual.
- Use only the vehicle belt routing described in this instruction manual
and on the car seat labels to secure the child and car seat.
- Only use the vehicle’s seat belt or the LATCH system and top tether to
secure this car seat as described in this instruction manual.
• Only adjustment the car seat as recommended in this instruction manual.
• Use this car seat system forward-facing only.
- The underside of the car seat must contact the vehicle seat. Do not
place anything (e.g. cushions) under the car seat.
• Never leave a child unattended in the car seat.
• If you need assistance with installation, please contact kiddy USA
Consumer Services at 1-855-92-KIDDY or consult your vehicle dealer.
• Prevent burns. Keep the car seat out of direct sunlight to prevent heating
of car seat surfaces.
• Allow your child to take breaks during longer trips, and be sure that she /
he does not step out of the vehicle into oncoming traffic.
• The top tether hook must only be attached to a tether anchoring point
provided by the vehicle manufacturer.
• The vehicle seat back must be in the upright position or adjustment
position recommended by the vehicle manufacturer and vehicle seat
back must be locked in position (Seat backs such as found in vehicles
with fold-down backrests, through-loading openings etc.).
• Only transport a child when properly secured in the car seat. Never
transport parcels or other objects in this car seat.
• Improper handling during installation or removal can cause damage to
your vehicle (e.g. paint damage or tears in the seat covers etc.) as
well as to the car seat.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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• Vehicle Seat covers made from materials such as velour, leather etc.
may show wear marks after using your car seat.
• Do not use any accessories or parts supplied by other manufacturers.
• Do not make any modifications to the car seat or parts; doing so will
reduce its effectiveness in a crash.
• Never use this car seat without the seat cover. Only use a seat cover
provided by the manufacturer as it is an integral part of the car seat and
certification.
• Always secure this car seat with the LATCH System or a vehicle belt and
top tether belt even when unoccupied. An unsecured car seat can injure
other occupants in a sudden stop or crash.
• Do not place any heavy items on the rear window shelf; these can
become dangerous projectiles in an sudden stop or crash.
• Do not use the car seat if used in a crash where speed exceeded
10 mph. Car seat must be returned to kiddy USA Inc. for inspection
and replacement if necessary.
Contact kiddy US Consumer Services at 1-855-92-KIDDY or log on to
www.kiddyusa.com.
• Discontinue use of this car seat after 8 years from the manufacture
date noted on the label on the bottom of the product.
• You must register your car seat to be reached in the event of a product
recall or safety notice. Please take the time to fill out the registration card
and register today. You could also register your product online:
http://kiddyusa.com/registration_carseat.html
• Always use the child safety locks in your vehicles passenger doors, if
available.
• Make sure that none of the car seat's parts are caught in doors or
reclining seats.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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4. Vehicle seating position and adjustment
4.1 Vehicle seat location requirements
According to accident statistics, children 12 and under are safer when
properly restrained in the rear seating positions than in the front seating
positions. The vehicle’s back seat is the safest place for children. Use a
vehicle rear seating position whenever possible.
Use a vehicle seating location equipped with the LATCH anchorage system
or a vehicle seat belt that can be tightly secured around this car seat. Always
use a top tether anchor if available. For information on vehicle seating
locations equipped with LATCH that can be used with car seats and top
tether anchor locations, see the vehicle owner’s manual.
Never install a car seat in a vehicle front seating location unless specifically
recommended in the vehicle owner’s manual.
For vehicles with air bags, refer to the vehicle owner’s manual for car seat
installation and use information. Never place a car seat in a seating
location with an air bag unless recommended in the vehicle owner’s manual
and all instructions are followed.
• Do not use this car seat in a vehicle front seating location unless
specifically recommended by the vehicle manufacturer in the vehicle
owner's manual.
• Always read the vehicle owner’s manual on how to use and secure car in
the vehicle or contact your dealer to make sure that you follow the
instructions of the vehicle’s manufacturer.
• Some vehicles have no seating positions which are compatible with this
car seat or any other car seat. If in doubt, contact the vehicle
manufacturer for assistance.
• Some types of vehicle seat belts will not stay tightly secured around a
car seat and as a result are NOT compatible with this car seat.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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In vans and minivans it is particularly important to ensure that the car seat
installed in an easily accessible seat in the event that third-party rescue is
required.
For use in a motor vehicle, please follow the
manufacturer’s recommendations in the
vehicle manual, or contact your vehicle dealer.
Please familiarize yourself thoroughly with the
recommended use of car seats as described in
your vehicle owner’s manual.
This car seat MUST be used only with forward-
facing vehicle seats. Do not use this car seat
with vehicle seats that face the side or rear of
the vehicle (Fig. 1).
4.2 Vehicle seat belts
Many vehicle seat belt systems are not safe to use with a car seat. The
vehicle seat belt must be designed to hold a car seat tightly and stay tightly
adjusted at all the times. Do not use a vehicle seat belt that changes length
while driving.
Vehicle seat belts with top or bottom
anchor points on the vehicle door (Fig. 2)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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Motorized, automatic vehicle seat belts
(Fig. 3.)
Lap-and shoulder belts that have a
separate retractors for the lap section and
shoulder section (Fig. 4)
Vehicle Lap belts that have a retractor that
locks only in case of a sudden stop
(emergency locking retractor or ELR)
(Fig. 5)
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
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Vehicle Lap belts forward of the vehicle
seat bight (intersection of the vehicle seat
back and vehicle seat cushion) (Fig. 6)
4.3 Vehicle lap and shoulder belts with a free sliding latch plate
Vehicle lap and shoulder belts with a free sliding latch plate may be used in
with both the Toddler Car Seat and Booster Car Seat.
For use with Toddler Car Seat
This type of lap and shoulder belt may be used to secure the Toddler Car
Seat if the lap portion of the vehicle seat belt can be tightened to be snugly
adjusted around the protection shield and will stay snugly adjusted while
traveling. Two types of lap and shoulder belt systems with a free sliding latch
plate shown below are common in vehicles and require specific steps to use
to secure the protection shield and the child. Check your vehicle owner’s
manual for the type of lap and shoulder belt system in the vehicle.
Lap and shoulder belt with Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) on the
shoulder belt.
A shoulder belt with an ELR only locks the belt in a sudden stop or crash.
The shoulder belt can be extended and retracted all the way without locking.
A shoulder belt with ELR requires installation of a locking clip to lock the belt
so that is stays snugly adjsusted around the Toddler Car Seat. See the
information in the “locking Clip Installation and Use” section on how to install
and tighten the locking clip.
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Fig. 6
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For use with Toddler Car Seat
- This type of lap and shoulder belt may be used with the Booster Car Seat
to secure the child.
- Always read and follow the information provided in the vehicle owner’s
manual for the use, positioning and adjustment of the vehicle seat belt.
Locking Clip Installation and use
You MUST use locking clip provided with this car seat with a vehicle belt that
slides freely through the latch plate or if the lap portion of the lap/shoulder
belt can not be tightly secured.
• Install car seat forward-facing on vehicle seat, route
the lap belt around the protection shield and snuggly
adjust the vehicle lap belt around the protection shield
and child.
• While holding vehicle lap and shoulder belts together
at the latch plate (Fig. 7), unbuckle vehicle belt.
Avoid serious injury or death:
• Failure to use locking clip where required will result in car seat not
being securely held in place.
• Remove locking clip from vehicle seat belts when not being used
with car seat.
• DO NOT use locking clip as a vehicle seat belt shortener.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
Fig. 7
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• Slide locking clip onto vehicle seat belts
approximately 1/2 inch (1 cm) away from latch plate
(Fig. 8).
• Re-buckle vehicle seat belt.
- Check to be sure vehicle lap belt is still correctly
routed throughout entire belt path.
- Check to see that the protection shield is snuggly
adjusted onto child.
- If not snuggly adjusted, readjusting the vehicle seat
belt tightening is required.
- Unbuckle vehicle seat belt.
- Hold vehicle seat belts together and remove locking
clip.
- Readjust the lap belt.
- Re-attach locking clip.
- Buckle vehicle seat belt.
- Test installation to see if protection shield is snuggly
adjusted, if not snugly adjusted, repeat above steps
until protection shield is snugly adjusted.
• Check that the protection shield is snuggly adjusted
onto the child’s torso each time the child is secured
into the Todder car Seat.
4.4 Vehicle seat back and headrest adjustment
- Place the car seat on the vehicle seat,
center the car seat in the seating position
so that car seat back contacts the vehicle
seat back.
- The backrest of your car seat should sit
right up against the vehicle’s seat back.
- If the vehicle headrest holds the car seat
forward of the vehicle seat back, the
headrest should be removed (car seat
forward of vehicle seat back) (Fig. 9).
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Fig. 8
Fig. 9
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- If the vehicle seat back angle is variable,
adjust the vehicle seat to match the angle
of the car seat (car seat contacting seat
back) (Fig. 10).
5. Toddler use mode WITH protection shield for
children from 22 to 40 lb (10 to 18 kg) and up
to 43 in. (109 cm)
5.1 Adjustments for toddlers
5.1.1 Adjusting the seat cushion height
For Children 22 to 30 lb (10 to 13.6 kg)
Your car seat provides a seat cushion for use with children 22 to 30 lb (10 to
13.6 kg) that adjusts the sitting height of the child.
The seat cushion can be adjusted to your child's size offering three seating
heights which offer improved seated comfort especially for smaller children.
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Fig. 10
• Protection shield must be used with children 22 to 40 lb (10 to 18 kg).
• Seat cushion must be used with children 22 to 30 lb (10 to 13.6 kg).
• Always secure seat cushion in place using snaps on sides of seat cover.
• Discontinue use of the protection shield when child exceeds 40 lb
(18 kg) or 43 in. (109 cm).
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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NOTE: The seat cushion must always be secured to the car seat using the
snaps on the Seat Cushion Straps
The seat cushion must be adjusted to fit your child as follows:
Children 22 to 26 lb
(10 to 11.8 kg) seat
cushion folded
(Fig. 11 & 12)
Children 26 to 30 lb
(11.8 to 13.6 kg)
seat cushion folded
(Fig. 13 & 14)
Children over 30 lb
(13.6 kg) seat
cushion removed
(Fig. 15 & 16)
To adjust seat cushion height:
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Fig. 11 Fig. 12
Fig. 13 Fig. 14
Fig. 15 Fig. 16
• The seat cushion must always be secured to the car seat using the
snaps on the Seat Cushion Straps; threaded under the seat's armrests
and snapped outside onto the seat cover (Fig. 17).
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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For children 30 lb (13.6 kg) or less:
To adjust seat cushion:
- Remove seat cushion by unsnapping seat
cushion strap on both sides of car seat and
remove seat cushion (Fig. 17)
- adjust seat cushion height by folding the seat
cushion into the adjustment position for your
child’s weight
- After adjusting seat cushion height, place
straps under the car seat arm rests and snap
straps onto the sides of the seat cover (Fig. 17).
The seat cushion must always be fastened to the seat; threaded under the
seat's armrests and snapped outside onto the seat cover (Fig. 17).
For children over 30 lb (13.6 kg):
Remove seat cushion for children over 30 lb (13.6 kg)
To remove seat cushion,
• unsnap seat cushion strap on both sides of car seat and remove seat
cushion.
5.1.2 Adjusting the headrest height
The headrest height must be adjusted to fit your child according to his or her
size. The headrest must be positioned so that the child's ears are at the
narrowest area of the headrest.
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Fig. 17
• Always adjust headrest into correct height position as your child grows
and after adjusting the height of the seat cushion.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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To adjust the headrest height, grasp the headrest
height adjustment handle on the back of the
headrest (Fig. 19; No. 1) and pull it out gently and
then raise or lower the headrest (Fig. 19; No. 2)
to position the narrow area of the headrest in line
with the child's ears (Fig. 18). Release the
headrest height adjustment handle to lock
headrest in position.
Check that the headrest is securely locked, by
gently pushing down on headrest.
5.2 Toddler use mode - Installation
5.2.1 Installation using the LATCH system and top tether
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Fig. 18
WRONG:
Headrest too high
CORRECT WRONG:
Headrest too low
Fig. 19
• Snuggly adjust the LATCH lower anchor belt and top tether to secure the
car seat. Snuggly adjust the protection shield around your child.
• LATCH belt and top tether must stay snuggly adjusted during use.
• Only use anchorages in the vehicle that are designated as LATCH
anchorages with spacing between anchorages of 11 in. (280 mm).
LATCH anchors with spacing between anchors of 10.2 in. and 17.7 in.
(260 mm to 450 mm) may be used only if permitted by the vehicle
manufacturer. Check the vehicle owner’s manual for LATCH use and
spacing information.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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Selecting a vehicle seating location with LATCH:
The LATCH attachment system (Lower Anchors and Tether for CHildren)
provided on this car seat is for installing the car seat in a vehicle seat equip-
ped with LATCH anchorages (lower anchorages and top tether anchor).
To locate a seating location equipped with LATCH anchorages in your vehi-
cle, check the vehicle owner’s manual or contact your vehicle dealer or
manufacturer.
LATCH - Installation and Use:
Securing Lower Anchor Belt and LATCH Connectors
- Place car seat on vehicle seat in a seating
location equipped with the LATCH
anchorage system.
- Remove the LATCH connectors and top
tether from their storage locations and
place outside seating area (Fig. 20).
- Center car seat on the vehicle seat
between LATCH anchorages so that the
back of the car seat contacts the vehicle
seat back.
Adjust the vehicle seat back into the upright position or the recline
adjustment specified in the vehicle owner’s manual.
The back of the car seat must be in contact with the vehicle seat as descri-
bed in “Vehicle seat back and Headrest adjustment” section.
Attachment and adjusting top tether:
Lengthen the top tether belt by pushing the adjustment button and pulling on
tether hook.
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Fig. 20
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Fasten the hook on the vehicle top tether
anchor by placing the flat spring over the
vehicle tether anchor, Press down (Fig. 21;
No. 1) and pull back (Fig 21; No. 2).
Check that the hook is closed and the belt is
not twisted.
Make sure that the back of your car seat is
resting against the vehicle's seat back.
Tighten the top tether belt to remove all the
slack by pulling the free end of the top
tether belt toward the car seat (Fig. 22).
Attach lower anchor belt and LATCH connectors:
Attach the LATCH connectors to the vehicle
LATCH lower anchorage between seat and
backrest of the vehicle's seat with red
release button facing away from car seat,
slide LATCH connector onto vehicle anchor
(Fig 23; No. 1).
You should hear a "click" when the
connector locks onto the anchor.
Check that the LATCH connector is correct-
ly secured by pulling out on the connector.
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Fig. 21
Fig. 22
Fig. 23
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Attach the LATCH connector on the
opposite side in the same manner.
Make sure that the LATCH connector locks
in place securely with a audible "click"
(Fig. 24, No. 2).
Check that the LATCH connector is
correctly secured by pulling out on the
connector.
Tighten the LATCH lower anchor belt around the car seat.
- Make sure that the lower anchor belt is snugly adjusted and not twisted.
Recheck the tension of the top tether again and make sure that all slack is
removed. If necessary adjust the belt again (as described above).
Periodically check the LATCH lower anchor belt and top tether to confirm
they are snugly adjusted.
Securing your child:
Open the protection shield by releasing the Protection Shield buckle and
rotating the protection shield out and to the side of the car seat.
Place your child in the car seat, making sure that child's back is contacting
the backrest.
Check to see that the seat cushion and headrest are adjusted to the size of
your child (section 5.1.1 and 5.1.2).
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Fig. 24
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Secure the child by placing the protection
shield in front of the child with sides of the
protection shield in the protection shields
slots and slide the protection shield back so
that it rests comfortably against your child's
torso (Fig. 25).
Secure the protection shield with the
Protection shield buckle by sliding the
protection shield buckle tongue securely
into the slot of the lower LATCH belt buckle
(Fig. 26).
Check it is correctly inserted and locked by
pulling out on the belt.
Snugly adjust protection shield around your child.
Make sure that the protection shield sits
comfortably against the child's torso, and
once you are happy with how the
protection shields is positioned, tighten the
protection shield by pulling the free end of
the lower anchor belt gently forward
(Fig. 27).
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Fig. 25
Fig. 26
Fig. 27
• Do not use the vehicle's own buckles for securing the protection shield belt tongue.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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Check that the protection shield is snuggly and properly adjusted (Fig. 27).
- Make sure the protection shield buckle is locked in place.
- The protection shield is contacting your child and there is no gap
between the protection shield and your child's torso.
- A snuggly adjusted LATCH lower anchor belt should not allow any slack.
The LATCH belt should lie in a relatively straight line and be flat, without
sagging or twist. The protection shield should contact the child but not
press on the child's flesh or push the child's body into an unnatural
position.
Removing your child:
Open the protection shield by releasing the protection shield buckle, rotate
the protection shield across the front of the car seat and place the
protection shield on the vehicle seat beside the car seat.
Remove your child.
To remove car seat from the vehicle:
Press adjustment bar and loosen top tether
belt.
Unhook tether hook by pressing up on flat
spring (Fig. 28; No. 1) and sliding tether
hook off tether anchor (Fig. 28; No. 2).
While pressing red release button on
LATCH connector (Fig. 29; No. 1) pull
connector out and off LATCH anchor
(Fig. 29; No. 2).
NOTE; Placing knee in car seat and press
down will make release of LATCH
connector easier.
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Fig. 28
Fig. 29
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5.2.2 Installation using the vehicle's lap and shoulder
belt and top tether
Use top tether whenever possible. Store top tether when not in use.
Unbuckle protection shield buckle and store both LATCH connectors into the
storage pockets at the sides of the car seat (section 7.1).
Selecting a vehicle seating location:
Select a vehicle seating location equipped
with lap and shoulder belt and top tether
anchorage (if available) (Fig. 30).
To locate a seating position with a top tether
anchor, check the vehicle owner's manual
or contact your car dealer or manufacturer.
NOTE: If a tether anchor is not available,
store the tether assembly in the storage
pocket in back of headrest. See section 7.2
for information on how to store top tether.
If the vehicle does not have a tether anchor, contact your vehicle dealer or
vehicle manufacturer for tether anchor information.
Center car seat on the vehicle seat between seat belt anchorages so that the
back of the car seat contacts the vehicle seat back (Fig. 30).
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• Snuggly adjust the vehicle belt and protection shield around your child.
• The vehicle belt must stay snuggly adjusted around car seat when in use.
• Secure the top tether to the vehicle whenever possible.
• An unsecured connector or tether hook can injure occupants in a crash.
Store LATCH connectors and tether hook when not in use.
• Do not use the LATCH lower connectors when installing with a vehicle
seat belt.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
Fig. 30
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Adjust the vehicle seat back into the upright position or the recline
adjustment specified in the vehicle owner’s manual.
The back of the car seat must be in contact with the vehicle seat as descri-
bed in “Vehicle seat back and Headrest adjustment” section.
Attaching and adjustment of top tether:
If not using top tether to secure car seat, store tether and go to “Securing
your child” section.
Lengthen the top tether belt by pushing the
adjustment button and pulling on tether
hook.
Fasten the hook on the vehicle top tether
anchor by placing the flat spring over the
vehicle tether anchor, Press down (Fig. 31;
No. 1) and pull back (Fig 31; No. 2).
Check that the hook is closed and the belt is
not twisted.
Make sure that the back of your car seat is
resting against the vehicle's seat back.
Tighten the top tether belt to remove all the
slack by pulling the free end of the top
tether belt toward the car seat (Fig. 32).
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Fig. 31
Fig. 32
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Securing your child:
Open the protection shield by releasing the Protection shield buckle and
rotating the protection shield out and to the side of the car seat.
Place your child in the car seat, making sure
that child's back is contacting the backrest.
Check to see that the seat cushion and
headrest are adjusted to the size of your
child (section 5.1.1 and 5.1.2).
Secure the child by placing the protection
shield in front of the child with sides in the
protection shield slots and slide the
protection shield back so that it rests
comfortably against your child's torso
(Fig. 33).
Pull the vehicle’s lap and shoulder belt over
the protection shield and lock the vehicle
buckle tongue in the vehicle buckle
(Fig. 34). Make sure that the belt tongue
locks securely in place with a noticeable
“click” and check it by pulling on the belt.
Slide the lap belt completely into the red belt
guide on both sides of the protection shield
(yellow arrows in Fig. 34).
NOTE: Position the lower LATCH anchor
belt so that it doesn't interfere with the
lap/shoulder belt routing.
Snuggly adjust protection shield around
your child.
Make sure that the protection shield sits
comfortably against the child's torso, and
once you are happy with how the protection
shields sits, tighten the lap belt by pulling
gently on the shoulder belt (Fig. 35).
Fig. 33
Fig. 34
Fig. 35
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When snuggly adjusted, the vehicle seat belt should not allow any slack. The
vehicle belt should lie in a relatively straight line and be flat, without sagging
or twist. The protection shield should contact the child but not press on the
child's flesh or push the child's body into an unnatural position.
NOTE: The protection shield must rest firmly on your child's tummy.
Next, thread the vehicle's shoulder belt
completely into the red belt guide on both
sides of the protection shield (yellow arrows
in Fig. 36).
NOTE: Make sure that all belts lie flat and
are not twisted over each other.
If the shoulder belt has a switchable
retractor, switch the retractor into the
locking mode.
If the lap and shoulder belt has a free sliding latch plate and an ELR, a
locking clip is required to secure the lap belt snuggly around the car seat.
See “Locking Clip Installation and use” section (P. 12).
Tighten the vehicle shoulder belt again by
pulling in direction of the shoulder belt
retractor (Fig. 37).
Check that the protection shield is snuggly
and properly adjusted (Fig. 37).
Make sure that the vehicle belts are snuggly
adjusted and not twisted.
The protection shield is contacting your
child and that there is no gap between the
protection shield and child's torso.
NOTE: If vehicle lap and shoulder belt does not stay snugly adjusted around
the protection shield and child a locking clip (or belt lock-off) may be
required (see Locking Clip Installation and use” section (P. 12)).
Fig. 36
Fig. 37
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Recheck the tension of the top tether again and make sure that all slack is
removed. If necessary adjust the belt again (as described above).
Periodically check the lap and shoulder belt and top tether to confirm they
are snuggly adjusted.
Removing your child:
Open the protection shield by releasing the vehicle seat belt, sliding the
vehicle lap and shoulder belts out of the red belt guides, rotate the
protection shield across front of car seat and place on the vehicle seat
beside car seat.
5.2.3 Installation using the vehicle's lap belt and top tether
Open the protection shield buckle and Store both LATCH connectors into the
storage pockets at the sides of the car seat (section 7.1).
Selecting a vehicle seating position:
Select a vehicle seating position equipped with lap belt and top tether
anchorage (if available) (Fig. 38).
To locate a seating position with a top tether anchor, check the vehicle
owner's manual or contact your car dealer or manufacturer.
• Snuggly adjust the vehicle belt and protection shield around your child.
• The vehicle belt must stay snugly adjusted around car seat when in use.
• Secure the top tether to the vehicle whenever possible.
• An unsecured connector or tether hook can injure occupants in a
crash. Store LATCH connectors and tether hook when not in use.
• Do not use the LATCH lower connectors when installing with a vehicle
seat belt.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
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NOTE: If a tether anchor is not available,
store the tether assembly in the storage
pocket in back of headrest. See section 7.2
for information on how to store top tether.
If the vehicle does not have a tether anchor,
contact your vehicle dealer or vehicle
manufacturer for tether anchor information.
Center car seat on the vehicle seat between
seat belt anchorages so that the back of the
car seat contacts the vehicle seat back
(Fig. 38).
Adjust the vehicle seat back into the upright position or the recline
adjustment specified in the vehicle owner’s manual.
The back of the car seat must be in contact with the vehicle seat as descri-
bed in “Vehicle seat back and Headrest adjustment” section.
Attaching and adjustment of top tether:
If not using top tether to secure car seat,
store tether and go to “Securing your child”
section.
Lengthen the top tether belt by pushing the
adjustment button and pulling on tether
hook.
Fasten the hook on the vehicle top tether
anchor by placing the flat spring over the
vehicle tether anchor, Press down (Fig. 39;
No. 1) and pull back (Fig 39; No. 2).
Check that the hook is closed and the belt is not twisted.
Make sure that the back of your car seat is resting against the vehicle's seat
back.
Fig. 38
Fig. 39
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Tighten the top tether belt to remove all the
slack by pulling the free end of the top
tether belt toward the car seat (Fig. 40).
Securing your child:
Open the protection shield by rotating the protection shield across the front
of the seat and place beside the car seat.
Place your child in the car seat, making sure
that child's back is contacting the backrest.
Check to see that the seat cushion and
headrest are adjusted to the size of your
child (section 5.1.1 and 5.1.2).
Secure the child by placing the protection
shield in front of the child with sides in the
protection shield slots and slide the
protection shield back so that it rests comfor-
tably against your child's torso (Fig. 41).
Pull the vehicle’s lap belt over the protection
shield and lock the vehicle buckle tongue in
the vehicle buckle (Fig. 42). Make sure that
the belt tongue locks securely in place with
a noticeable “click” and check it by pulling
on the belt. Slide the lap belt completely
into the red belt guide on both sides of the
protection shield (yellow arrows in Fig. 42).
Fig. 40
Fig. 41
Fig. 42
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NOTE: Position the lower LATCH anchor belt so that it doesn't interfere with
the lap belt routing.
Snuggly adjust lap belt and protection shield around your child.
Make sure that the protection shield sits
comfortably against the child's torso, and
once you are happy with how the protection
shields sits, tighten the lap belt by pulling
gently on the free end of the lap belt
(Fig. 43).
Check that the protection shield is snuggly
and properly adjusted (Fig. 43).
Make sure that the vehicle lap belt is
snuggly adjusted and not twisted.
The protection shield is contacting your child and that there is no gap
between the protection shield and the child's torso.
When snuggly adjusted, the vehicle lap belt and protection shield should not
allow any slack. The vehicle lap belt should lie in a relatively straight line and
be flat, without sagging or twist. The protection shield should contact the
child but not press on the child's flesh or push the child's body into an
unnatural position.
Recheck the tension of the top tether again and make sure that all slack is
removed. If necessary adjust the belt again (as described above).
Periodically check the lap belt and top tether to confirm they are snugly
adjusted.
If the vehicle seat belt does not stay snuggly adjusted on protection shield
and child, move the car seat to another seating location, see “vehicle seat
belts” section and check your vehicle owner’s manual for car seat
installation information.
Removing your child:
Open the protection shield by releasing the vehicle lap belt, sliding the vehi-
cle lap belt out of the red belt guides, rotate the protection shield out and
across the front of the car seat and place on the vehicle seat beside car seat.
Fig. 43
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6. Booster use mode WITHOUT protection
shield from 40 to 110 lb (18 to 50 kg) and up
to 57 in (145 cm)
6.1 Installation using the vehicle's shoulder and lap belt
Store tether assembly in the storage pocket on back of headrest. See
section 7.2 for information on how to store top tether.
Remove protection shield see “Removing the protection shield” section
7.3.1.
Selecting a vehicle seating position:
Select a vehicle seating position equipped with a lap and shoulder belt.
Do not use a vehicle seating position with only a lap
belt (Fig. 44).
• Child must weigh at least 40 lb (18 kg) to use booster car seat mode
WITHOUT protection shield
• Use only the vehicle's lap and shoulder belt system when restraining the
child in this booster seat.
• Do not allow child to slide down under lap belt or place shoulder belt
under arm or behind back.
• Do not use tether with booster seat.
• Do not use booster car seat with only a lap belt.
• Discontinue use of booster car seat if top of child's ears are above top
of seat back.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
!
Fig. 44
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Center car seat on the vehicle seat between
seat belt anchorages so that the back of the
car seat contacts the vehicle seat back
(Fig. 45).
Adjust the vehicle seat back into the upright
position or the recline adjustment specified
in the vehicle owner’s manual.
The back of the car seat must be in contact
with the vehicle seat as described in
“Vehicle seat back and Headrest adjust-
ment” (section 4.4).
Place shoulder belt through shoulder belt guide:
Raise the headrest up so the shoulder belt
guide is accessible (Fig. 46).
Open the shoulder belt guide (Fig. 47) on
the side of the headrest away from the
vehicle seat belt buckle by pressing the clip
backwards (Fig. 47; Step 1) and then down
to open shoulder belt guide (Fig. 47;
Step 2).
- Press in #1
- Pull down #2
Fig. 45
Fig. 46
Fig. 47
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Pull the vehicle's lap and shoulder belt
forwards. Place shoulder belt behind the
hook of the open shoulder belt guide
(Fig. 48; Step 3).
Close the shoulder belt guide clip by
pressing it up into the locked position
(Fig. 49, Step 4).
Check to see if the belt guide is properly
closed (locked in place).
Securing your child:
Place your child in your car seat making
sure that the child's back is contacting the
back rest.
Place the lap portion of the vehicle's lap and
shoulder belt under the seat's arm rest on
the side across from the vehicle belt buckle
(Fig. 50; Step 5).
Fig. 48
Fig. 49
Fig. 50
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Then pull the vehicle’s lap and shoulder belt
out and place under the arm rest on the
vehicle seat belt buckle side. Buckle vehicle
seat belt listening for an audible "click"
(Fig. 51; Step 6).
Check that vehicle belt is locked by pulling
on lap and shoulder belt.
Make sure that the vehicle’s belts are not
twisted and lie snuggly along the body of
your child.
Snuggly adjust lap and shoulder belt around
child.
Pull on vehicle shoulder belt to tighten
vehicle's lap belt (Fig. 52; Step 7) and then
pull the vehicle shoulder belt (Fig. 52;
Step 8) in the direction of the shoulder belt
retractor.
Check for proper shoulder belt fit:
- for proper lap and shoulder belt fit, the lap belt must be snuggly adjusted
low on hips, contacting thighs and shoulder belt must be through the red
belt guide located at or above the shoulder and snuggly adjusted to contact
chest and be centered on shoulder.
- The headrest can be adjusted to properly position the shoulder belt on
your child according to his or her size.
- Adjust the headrest up or down position the shoulder belt guide above the
shoulder and center the shoulder belt on child's shoulder (see below).
Fig. 51
Fig. 52
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The correct headrest position is achieved when the vehicle's shoulder belt is
positioned at the center of child's shoulder (Fig. 53).
To adjust the headrest height, grasp the height
adjustment handle on the back of the headrest
(Fig. 54, No. 1) and pull it out gently and then
raise or lower the headrest to center shoulder
belt on child's shoulder (Fig. 54, No. 2).
Check that the head rest is securely locked,
gently push down on headrest.
Check that child is properly restrained:
- Lap and shoulder belt must be snugly adjusted.
- Lap belt must be snuggly adjusted and low on hips, contacting thighs.
- Shoulder belt snugly adjusted, contacting chest, belt guide at or above
shoulder, and centered on shoulder.
- Child must be sitting upright in car seat.
- Vehicle belts must be properly routed under arm rests and through
shoulder belt guide.
- Periodically monitor the vehicle belts. Check that they are not twisted and
that the vehicle buckle is correctly secured.
Do not allow child to place the shoulder belt under the arm or behind the
back.
WRONG:
Shoulder belt too far
off shoulder
CORRECT:
Shoulder belt on shoulder
WRONG:
Shoulder belt touching
neck
Fig. 54
Fig. 53
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7. Storing LATCH , the assembly of top tether
and removing the protection shield
7.1 Storing LATCH connectors
Slide both LATCH connectors and belt adjuster
into LATCH storage pockets (Fig. 55).
7.2 Storing top tether
Roll the top tether belt around the top tether hook
and put it into the storage pocket at the backside
of the headrest (Fig. 56).
• An unsecured LATCH connector can injure occupants in a crash.
Store LATCH connectors in storage pocket when not in use.
WARNING
!
Fig. 55
Fig. 56
• It could be hazardous, if the car were to brake suddenly, if the top tether
hook hangs loosely at the seat.
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
WARNING
! DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
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7.3 Removal and assembly of protection shield
7.3.1 Removing the protection shield
To remove the protection shield for booster car
seat use mode, turn the car seat to it’s back.
Take a Phillips screwdriver (not included) and
remove both screws securing the LATCH lower
anchor belt (Fig. 57).
Next, pull out the plastic anchor, which is fixed
into the back of the car seat (Fig. 58).
Now you can remove the protection shield and
the lower anchor belt with LATCH connectors
from the seat.
Store all removed parts out of children's reach and save for future use in case
you wish to use the car seat again for child weighing less than 40 lb (18 kg)
(protection shield required).
To assemble the seat with the protection shield and lower anchor belt with
latch connectors, follow the steps in section 7.3.2.
7.3.2 Assembling the protection shield
Locate the protection shield with LATCH lower
anchor belt screws and plastic anchors from front
of car seat, place protection shield into protection
shield slots (Fig. 59).
• Protection shield must be used with children 22 to 40 lb (10 to 18 kg).
• Do not use a protection shield with children over 40 lb (18 kg).
• Prevent choking - screws and plastic anchors are small parts when
removed and can pose a choking hazard. Keep these parts out of
children's reach.
Fig. 57
Fig. 58
Fig. 59
WARNING
! DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
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From back of car seat, place plastic anchor
through hole in LATCH lower anchor belt
attachment strap an into back of car seat
(Fig. 60; No. 1) and secure with screw (Fig. 60
No. 2).
Repeat on opposite side.
8. Certification and use on aircraft
This car seat system conforms to all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards.
• Aircraft Use
- TODDLER CAR SEAT (WITH the protection shield;
22 to 40 lbs (10 to 18 kg)):
This Restraint is Certified for Use in Motor Vehicles and
Aircraft. To use this toddler car seat on aircraft, follow the
instructions for use with a vehicle lap belt.
- BOOSTER CAR SEAT (WITHOUT the protection shield;
40 to 110 lbs (18 to 50 kg)):
This Restraint is NOT Certified for Use in Aircraft. Aircraft
do not have a lap and shoulder belt as required to use this
booster car seat.
9. Removing and replacing the covers
9.1 Removing the headrest cover
Slide the adjustable headrest up onto the highest position.
Fig. 60
• The covers are part of the safety design. Never use your car seat
system without its original covers.
WARNING
! DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
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Open the two flaps at the back of the headrest and pull the back cover out
from around the yellow height adjustment handle.
Free the cover also around both shoulder belt guides. Next, pull the sides of
the cover off the headrest by pulling toward the front of the car seat.
9.2 Removing the backrest cover
Open the 2 snap fasteners at the top front corners of the backrest. Then
open the two flaps at the back. Pull the cover forward to remove.
9.3 Removing the seat cover
To be able to remove the seat cover, open the two locks on the back and on
the bottom of the seat. The seat cover can also be removed in a forwards
direction.
9.4 Protection shield cover
The protection shield cover may not be removed for washing - surface
washing only. Please consult your retailer or manufacturer if the protection
shield or its cover is damaged.
9.5 Replacing the covers
To replace the covers, follow the steps for removing the covers in reverse
order (see sections 9.1 – 9.3).
10. Instructions for care and cleaning
10.1 Washing the covers
The covers - except protection shield cover are machine washable
in cold water and mild soap on the delicate cycle.
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- Do not use bleach.
- Drip dry. Do not spin or place in a tumble dryer.
Protection shield cover
- The protection shield is surface washable only. Wipe surface
with cold solution of mild soap and water followed by clear
cold water and wipe dry. Do not bleach.
Fabric care: All of our fabric meets the highest standards regarding
color-fastness against UV radiation. Nevertheless, all fabric fades when
exposed to UV radiation. This is not due to defective fabric but to normal
wear and tear, which is not covered by the warranty.
10.2 Cleaning plastic parts
The plastic parts can be cleaned with a solution of mild soap and water or
with a damp cloth. Never use harsh cleansing agents (e.g. solvents or
bleach). Rinse with clean, clear water.
11. Warranty
This car seat system was manufactured by kiddy.
kiddy USA Inc. warrants this product to the original retail purchaser as
follows:
LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
• The covers are an essential component of the safety design. Therefore,
you should only use original covers from the manufacturer. If you
require replacement covers, you can order them from the manufacturer.
WARNING
! DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
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This product is warranted against defective materials and workmanship for
one year from the date of original purchase. Proof of purchase is required.
Your exclusive path a claim under this warranty is that kiddy USA Inc. will, as
an option, provide, repair or replace components of this product or refund the
original purchase price of the product. kiddy USA Inc. reserves the right to
discontinue or change fabrics, parts, models or products, or to make
substitutions.
To make a claim under this warranty, you must contact ‘kiddy consumer
services’ on tel: 1-855-92-KIDDY or write to us using the address on the back
of the booklet. Proof of purchase is required.
PLEASE COMPLETE AND MAIL THE OWNER REGISTRATION CARD
WITHIN (30) DAYS OF PURCHASE OR REGISTER ONLINE
(www.kiddyusa.com).
LIMITATION OF DAMAGES
The warranty and remedies as set forth above are exclusive and in lieu of all
others, oral or written express or implied. In no event will kiddy USA Inc. or
the retailer selling this product be liable to you for any damages, including
incidental or consequential damages, arising from the use this product.
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES AND OTHER WARRANTY TERMS AND
STATE LAWS
Any implied warranties, including implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose, shall be limited to the duration and terms of
the express written warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which
vary from state to state. Neither kiddy USA Inc., nor the retailer selling this
product, authorizes any person to create for it any other warranty, obligation,
or liability in connection with this product.
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12. Product registration
FOR YOUR CHILD’S CONTINUED SAFETY
Child restraints could be recalled for safety reasons. You must register this
restraint to be reached in a recall. Send your name, address, e-mail address
if available, and the restraint’s model number and manufacturing date to
kiddy USA, Inc., 685 Dividend Dr., Peachtree City, GA 30269 or call
1-855-92-KIDDY or register online at
http://kiddyusa.com/registration_carseat.html
For recall information, call the U.S. Government’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at
1–888–327–4236 (TTY: 1–800–424–9153), or go to http://www.NHTSA.gov.
The kiddy team wish you and your child a good and safe journey at all
times.
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kiddy USA Inc.
685 Dividend Dr.
Peachtree City, GA 302699
Phone: 1-855-92-KIDDY
E-mail: info@kiddyusa.com
Website: www.kiddyusa.com
Store the instruction
manual in the storage
box on the back of the
car seat

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