defender 360° 3-in-1 deluxe car seat instruction

DEFENDER 360°
3-IN-1 DELUXE CAR SEAT
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This child restraint is designed for use by children
who meet the following requirements:
WITH HARNESS:
Weight: 22 - 65 lbs. (10 - 29.5 kg)
Height: 27 - 57 in (68.6 - 144.8 cm)
WITHOUT HARNESS:
Weight: 30 - 110 lbs. (13.6 - 50 kg)
Height: 34 - 57 in (86.4 - 144.8 cm)
READ THIS MANUAL
Do not install or use this child restraint until you read
and understand the instructions in this manual.
FAILURE TO PROPERLY USE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT
INCREASES THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH IN A SHARP TURN, SUDDEN STOP OR CRASH.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
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®Harmony Juvenile Products
HMYD3HBB-S7
17/03
US
WELCOME TO THE HARMONY FAMILY!
Thank you for choosing the Harmony® Defender 360°
3-in-1 Deluxe Car Seat. You have chosen one of the
safest and most comfortable options available for your
child on the market.
At Harmony, we pride ourselves on bringing the
most innovative, feature-rich products to our valued
customers. We have designed this child restraint to be
safe, comfortable and easy to use so that you can have
peace of mind knowing your family is well protected.
Although it is not possible to predict if the use of a child
restraint will prevent injury or death in the event of a
collision, extensive testing has shown that this child
restraint, when used properly, can reduce the risk of a
child’s injury or death in most accidents.
Please take the time to read and understand all the
instructions and warnings for this child restraint. The
safety of your child depends on the proper installation
and use of this child restraint.
REMEMBER TO ALWAYS BUCKLE UP
AND DRIVE SAFELY!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Welcome to the Harmony family .................................. 1
Registration information ............................................... 4
If you need help ............................................................ 5
Warnings ....................................................................... 6
General warnings ....................................................... 6
Usage warnings .......................................................... 8
Injury warnings .......................................................... 9
Vehicle warnings ..................................................... 10
Certifications ........................................................... 10
Airbag warnings ....................................................... 11
Damage warnings .................................................... 11
Choosing an appropriate vehicle seat location ............ 12
Weight and Height limitations ..................................... 14
With built-in harness ............................................... 15
Without built-in harness (booster mode) ................ 16
Maximum height ..................................................... 16
Parts list ................................................................. 17-19
Assembling/Disassembling child restraint .................. 20
Installing child restraint in harness mode:
LATCH or vehicle seat belt ....................................... 21
Safe vehicle seat belt systems ..................................... 22
Unsafe vehicle seat belt systems ................................ 22
Installing locking clip ................................................... 23
Using Top Tether .......................................................... 25
Preparing child restraint for use .................................. 26
Adjusting harness shoulder straps .......................... 26
Adjusting crotch strap position ................................ 27
Recline ..................................................................... 28
LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) ....... 29
Installing with LATCH system ................................... 30
Installing with Lap-and-Shoulder or
Lap-Only belt system .................................................... 31
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Installation safety check .............................................. 33
Using child restraint with built-in harness ................... 33
Securing child in child restraint .......................... 34
Removing child from child restraint ................... 36
Using child restraint in booster mode
(without internal harness) .......................................... 36
Removing/Installing harness ................................... 36
Booster with backrest ................................................. 37
Entanglement with vehicle belt .................................. 40
Securing child and booster seat in vehicle ................ 40
Booster without backrest ............................................ 41
Installing shoulder belt guide ................................... 42
Using shoulder belt guide ........................................ 43
Removing shoulder belt guide ................................. 43
Removing/Installing fabric seat cover ......................... 44
Installing cup holder (when applicable) ....................... 45
Care and maintenance ................................................ 45
Aircraft installation ...................................................... 46
Instruction manual storage .......................................... 46
Warranty ..................................................................... 47
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WARNINGS
GENERAL WARNINGS
!
WARNING!
The safety of your child and the effectiveness of this
child restraint depend on:
1. Selecting a suitable location for the child restraint in
your vehicle.
2. Properly routing the LATCH or vehicle seat belt.
3. Properly securing both your child and the child
restraint in the vehicle using the harness system,
or a seat belt designed to restrain both the child
restraint and your child. Many seat belts are NOT
safe to use with this child restraint. Please review
the section “Unsafe vehicle seat belt systems”
carefully. If in doubt about installing this child
restraint, consult the vehicle owner’s manual or call
the Harmony Customer Service Department.
!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO PROPERLY READ, FOLLOW AND USE
THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND THE CHILD RESTRAINT
LABELS INCREASES THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY
OR DEATH IN A SHARP TURN, SUDDEN STOP OR
CRASH. Your child’s safety depends on the proper
installation and use of this child restraint. Even if this
child restraint seems easy to install and use on your
own, it is VERY IMPORTANT to read and understand
these instructions and the vehicle owner’s manual.
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Follow all labels on this child restraint and in these
written instructions. DO NOT INSTALL OR USE THIS
CHILD RESTRAINT UNTIL YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND
THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL AND IN YOUR
VEHICLE OWNER’S MANUAL.
NO CHILD RESTRAINT CAN GUARANTEE PROTECTION
WHEN THE VEHICLE IS SERIOUSLY IMPACTED.
However, when correctly installed, a child restraint
will substantially improve the chances for survival and
reduce the risk of serious injury in most crashes.
Carefully follow the instructions in this manual and in
your vehicle owner’s manual. If there is a discrepancy
between the two, the vehicle owner’s manual must
take precedence with regards to LATCH, seat belts, Top
tethers and/or airbags.
! USE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT FORWARD FACING ONLY.
! DO NOT USE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT without properly
assembling it.
! DO NOT allow children to play with this child restraint.
! NEVER leave children alone in a vehicle under any
circumstance.
! Set a good example by ALWAYS wearing your seat belt.
Make it a firm rule that the vehicle does not move until
everyone is buckled up. MAKE NO EXCEPTIONS.
! Harmony Juvenile Products advises against loaning
or passing along a child restraint. DO NOT USE A
SECOND-HAND CHILD RESTRAINT or a child restraint
whose history you do not know.
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! To prevent injury due to deterioration, hidden damage,
etc., discontinue use of this child restraint if it is older
than TEN (10) YEARS. There is an expiry date for
use of this child restraint indicated on the underside
of the child restraint base. STOP USING THE CHILD
RESTRAINT AND THROW IT AWAY after the date
indicated. Please dispose of the unit in a way others
cannot reuse it (e.g. use a dark trash bag, do not sell to
a thrift shop or in a garage sale, etc.).
USAGE WARNINGS
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation
recommends that children under the age of 13 years be
placed in the back seat of the vehicle and away from
active front airbags.
According to accident statistics, CHILDREN ARE SAFER
WHEN PROPERLY RESTRAINED IN REAR VEHICLE
SEATING POSITIONS THAN IN THE FRONT SEATING
POSITION.
Please study the section “Choosing an appropriate
vehicle seat location”.
Many local police and fire departments frequently hold
safety inspection events to ensure that child restraints
are properly installed. Please contact your local
emergency services department to see if and when they
offer this service.
! Harmony Juvenile Products recommends ALWAYS
USING THE TOP TETHER WHEN USING THIS CHILD
RESTRAINT WITH HARNESS. Failure to use the
vehicle seat belt AND Top tether, or LATCH AND Top
tether, or to adjust it properly can result in your child
striking the vehicle’s interior in a sharp turn, sudden
stop or crash, which may result in serious injury or
death.
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! DO NOT allow others to install or use this child restraint
unless they read and understand all the instructions
and labels.
! DO NOT GIVE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT to someone else
without also giving them this instruction manual.
! To ensure proper child restraint use, keep and store
this instruction manual and refer to it when necessary.
! DO NOT LEAVE A CHILD RESTRAINT UNSECURED IN
YOUR VEHICLE. In a collision, sharp turn or sudden
stop, an unsecured child restraint can injure other
occupants. Remove it or make sure that it is securely
attached with the vehicle seat belt
AND Top tether, or LATCH AND Top ❶
tether, even when not in use. If not
using LATCH and/or Top tether, make
sure LATCH and Top tether connectors
are properly stored on back of the
child restraint ❶.
INJURY WARNINGS
! INJURIES MAY OCCUR EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT IN A
CRASH if the child restraint is not properly installed
or if your child is not properly secured in the child
restraint.
! DO NOT leave folding vehicle seats unlatched. In
the event of a sharp turn, sudden stop or crash, a
loose seat back could prevent the child restraint from
protecting the child as well as it should.
! DO NOT leave loose objects, e.g. books, bags, etc.,
in the back of a vehicle. In the event of a sharp turn,
sudden stop or crash, loose objects will keep moving,
potentially causing serious injuries.
! Store the child restraint in a safe place when not in
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use. DO NOT place heavy objects on top of the child
restraint while in storage.
! PARTS OF THE CHILD RESTRAINT COULD BECOME
HOT ENOUGH TO BURN THE CHILD IF LEFT IN THE
SUN. Contact with these parts can injure your child.
ALWAYS touch the surface of any metal or plastic
parts before putting your child in the child restraint.
Cover the child restraint with a towel or blanket when
the vehicle is parked in direct sunlight.
VEHICLE WARNINGS
! DO NOT use this child restraint with unsafe vehicle seat
belts listed in section “Unsafe vehicle seat belt systems”
of this manual. Your child would be seriously injured in
the event of a crash.
! DO NOT use this child restraint if it can’t be properly
installed. It is possible that your vehicle has no suitable
seating position for this child restraint due to seat belt
type, airbag system and/or lack of location of a tether
strap anchor. Read and follow these instructions, and
your vehicle owner’s manual carefully.
! NEVER attach two LATCH lower connectors to the
same anchor point.
CERTIFICATIONS
This child restraint system conforms to Federal Motor
Vehicle Safety Standards, section 213 and 213.2.
WHEN USED WITH HARNESS SYSTEM: This child
restraint conforms to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards 213 and is certified for use in passenger
motor vehicles and aircraft.
WHEN USED WITHOUT HARNESS SYSTEM: This child
restraint (booster seat) conforms to Federal Motor
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Vehicle Safety Standard 213.2 and is certified for use
in passenger motor vehicles only. This restraint is NOT
CERTIFIED for aircraft use when used as a booster
WITHOUT the harness.
This child restraint must NOT be used in homes, boats,
buses, motorcycles, motor homes, or any other vehicles
that have non-forward-facing seats, missing seat belts,
or whose seat belts do not meet the requirements of
this child restraint.
This child restraint is compatible with vehicle child
restraint Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren
(LATCH).
AIRBAG WARNINGS
! NEVER PLACE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT IN A VEHICLE
SEATING LOCATION THAT HAS AN ACTIVE AIRBAG.
An inflating airbag may cause serious injury or death.
Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for information
about airbags and child restraint installation.
This child restraint may be used in a rear seating position
equipped with side impact airbags providing they are:
• Roof mounted;
• “Curtain” type deployment;
• Will NOT interfere with, impact or in any way
reposition the child restraint when inflated.
Please refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for airbag
type, and for appropriate use with child restraints.
DAMAGE WARNINGS
! DO NOT USE A CHILD RESTRAINT THAT HAS BEEN
IN AN ACCIDENT OF ANY KIND. An accident can
cause damage to the child restraint that you cannot
see.
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! DO NOT use this child restraint if it is damaged in any
way or has missing parts.
! DO NOT tamper with or modify the child restraint,
including the buckles, harness system or LATCH, for
any reason.
! NEVER use a cut, frayed or damaged vehicle seat belt,
LATCH belt or harness.
! DO NOT use anything to raise the child restraint off
the vehicle seat. Untested modifications such as
adding extra padding could affect the safety of the
child restraint and result in serious injury or death in
a crash.
! DO NOT, EXCEPT AS DESCRIBED IN THESE
INSTRUCTIONS, MODIFY YOUR CHILD RESTRAINT,
DISASSEMBLE ANY PART OR CHANGE THE WAY
THE HARNESS OR VEHICLE SEAT BELTS ARE USED.
This includes any accessories or parts by other
manufacturers as non-tested accessories can affect
the safety of the child restraint.
CHOOSING AN APPROPRIATE
VEHICLE SEAT LOCATION
!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO PROPERLY SECURE YOUR CHILD AND
THE CHILD RESTRAINT IN YOUR VEHICLE INCREASES
THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH IN THE
EVENT OF A SHARP TURN, SUDDEN STOP OR CRASH.
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!
WARNING!
IMPROPER PLACEMENT OF THE CHILD RESTRAINT
INCREASES THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
Some seating positions in your vehicle may NOT be
safe for this child restraint. Some vehicles have NO
seating positions which are compatible with this
child restraint because of the type of seat, seat belt
system, airbag system, lack of location to anchor the
Top tether strap and/or any seating positions where
the child restraint is level and stable when installed.
ALWAYS read and follow the vehicle owner’s manual
for child restraint system use.
!
WARNING!
Children aged 13 and under
MUST ride in the rear seats,
away from front airbags. The
only exception is if the airbags are turned off. When
using a child restraint in a vehicle with airbags, refer to
the vehicle owner’s manual for additional installation
instructions and precautions. Failure to disable the
airbag system can result in serious injury or death.
!
WARNING!
Only use this child restraint in forward-facing vehicle
seats. Side-facing or rear-facing seats in vans, station
wagons or trucks CANNOT be used.
THE VEHICLE SEAT MUST FACE FORWARD. DO NOT use
the child restraint with the following vehicle seats:
• Seats which face sides of vehicle.
• Seats which face rear of vehicle.
• Rear seats of small extended cab pickup trucks.
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• The front of the child restraint
MUST NOT hang over the edge
of the vehicle seat by more
than 2 inches (5 cm).
Refer to the vehicle owner’s manual
for child restraint installation
instructions for your specific vehicle.
2"
! DO NOT use this booster seat if it can’t be properly
leveled, stabilized, and installed as per this instruction
manual. It is possible that your vehicle has no suitable
seating position for this booster seat due to seating
surface, seat belt type and/or airbag system. Read and
follow these instructions, and your vehicle owner’s
manual carefully.
WEIGHT AND HEIGHT LIMITATIONS
!
WARNING!
THIS CHILD RESTRAINT HAS DIFFERENCES IN
INSTALLATION AND USAGE DEPENDING ON
THE WEIGHT AND HEIGHT OF YOUR CHILD.
FAILURE TO USE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT WITHIN
THESE GUIDELINES MAY INCREASE THE RISK OF
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
! WARNING: Verify your child’s height and weight
frequently. DO NOT guess before choosing the proper
setup for your child.
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FOR MAXIMUM SAFETY:
If child is between 22 and 65 lbs. (10 - 29.5 kg)
and shoulders are below the upper harness slots,
Harmony Juvenile Products recommend use of the
built-in harness or booster with backrest for as long
as possible.
Harmony Juvenile Products recommends that you
ALWAYS confirm state laws with local authorities. Laws
vary from state to state regarding minimum / maximum
child restraint requirements for age, weight and height.
WITH BUILT-IN HARNESS
Your child must meet ALL requirements:
• Weight: Between 22 and 65 pounds (10 - 29.5 kg).
• Height: Between 27 and 57 inches (68.6 - 144.8 cm).
• At least one (1) year old.
• Shoulders are BELOW top harness
slots.
• Child’s ears MUST BE BELOW top
of the headrest. If tops of ears are
above the top of the headrest at its
maximum height, the child is too
large for the child restraint.
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WITHOUT BUILT-IN HARNESS
(BOOSTER MODE)
Your child must meet ALL requirements:
• Weight: Between 30 and 110 pounds (13.6 - 50 kg).
• Height: Between 34 and 57 inches (86.4 - 144.8 cm).
• The shoulder belt MUST lie across child’s shoulder and
the lap portion of the belt MUST be positioned low on
the child’s hips.
• Child’s ears MUST BE BELOW the top of the booster
seat (with backrest) ❶ or the top of the vehicle seat
back/vehicle headrest (without backrest) ❷. If tops
of ears are above the
❷
top of the booster seat ❶
or vehicle seat back/
vehicle headrest, child is
too large for the booster
seat.
MAXIMUM HEIGHT
!
WARNING!
With Back Support: Child is too tall
when top of ears (mid-point of child’s
head) are above the top of the child
restraint’s headrest.
Without Back Support: Child is too tall
when top of ears (mid-point of child’s
head) are above the top of the vehicle
seat back or vehicle headrest.
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PARTS LIST
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
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J K L
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P
Q
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Headrest Fabric Cover (Pre-Installed)
Backrest Fabric Cover (Pre-Installed)
Seat Fabric Cover (Pre-Installed)
Shoulder Belt Guides
Harness Straps, Buckle and Clips
Chest Clip
Shoulder Pads
Crotch Strap and Pad
1-Hand Headrest Height Adjustment Handle
(Under Headrest Fabric)
Cup Holder
Metal Up-Front Harness Adjustment Button
(Above Strap)
Up-Front Harness Adjustment Strap
Recline Knob
Top Tether
LATCH System
Harness Splitter Plate
Mesh Storage Pouch
Backrest Plate
LATCH Storage Loops
Screw with Plastic Knob, Washers and Plastic
Encased Inner Bolt (x2)
Locking Clip
Shoulder Belt Guide with 0.5 inch (1.3 cm) Screw
(for Backless Booster mode)
8.8 inch (22.3 cm) Backrest Connector Rod
(Pre-Installed in base of backrest)
0.5 inch (1.3 cm) Connector Rod Screw and
Washer
Base Plate with Instruction Manual Storage
Infant Insert Pad (when applicable)
PARTS LIST
I
A
D
D
G
G
F
B
E
H
J
K
C
L
M
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PARTS LIST
Q
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X
Z
ASSEMBLING/DISASSEMBLING CHILD RESTRAINT
Adult assembly: 2 x Phillips Screwdrivers required.
1. Locate both sets of screws with plastic knob, washers
and plastic encased inner bolts (Part T) in the
hardware bag and set aside.
2. Locate the 0.5 inch (1.3 cm) screw and washer (Part X)
in the hardware bag and set aside.
3. Identify the 8.8 inch (22.3 cm) backrest connector rod
(Part W) pre-installed in base of backrest. Remove
and set aside.
4. Place the backrest and base face down and slide
the base plate between the two backrest anchor
points. Pass the
❶
8.8 inch (22.3
Part ‘X’
Backrest
cm) connector
(screw &
anchor points
washer)
rod
through
assembly. Insert
the washer and
0.5 inch (1.3
cm) screw on
Base
opposite side Connector
plate
rod
and tighten ❶.
TIP: If connector rod does not pass through easily, make
sure it is aligned with holes and tap screw head
lightly to guide it through the plastic.
5. Turn assembly face-up and pull the backrest
up into the vertical position. Pull up-front
adjuster tight to hold the backrest in place.
Connect the backrest to the base in the upright
position, ensuring that the backrest
❷
inserts snugly around the outside
of the armrest grooves. Insert
screw, washers (x2) and inner bolt
as indicated in each armrest ❷.
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Ensure that the bolt is properly
aligned with the indentation ❸.
Secure assembly by turning screw
clockwise until tight ❹.
❸
TIP: Stretch backrest extensions
out slightly to help guide them
around the armrest grooves.
TIP: If screws do not pass through
easily, make sure that the screw
holes are aligned and tap screw
head lightly to guide it through
the armrest plastic.
❹
! WARNING: Ensure that all THREE connection points
are secure and tight. DO NOT over tighten.
CHECK FREQUENTLY.
INSTALLING CHILD RESTRAINT IN HARNESS
MODE: LATCH OR VEHICLE SEAT BELT
You can install the child restraint using EITHER the
LATCH or vehicle seat belt.
LATCH: The Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren
(LATCH) is used for installing the child restraint WITHOUT
using the vehicle seat belts.
! The LATCH can ONLY be used if your vehicle has the
LATCH anchors installed and designated LATCH seating
positions. Check your vehicle owner’s manual to see
which seating positions may be equipped with LATCH.
Vehicle Seat Belts: If LATCH is not an option, you MUST
use the vehicle’s lap-only or lap-and-shoulder belt to
install the child restraint in your vehicle.
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SAFE VEHICLE SEAT BELT SYSTEMS
!
WARNING!
SEAT BELTS DIFFER FROM VEHICLE TO VEHICLE
AND FROM SEATING LOCATION TO SEATING
LOCATION WITHIN THE SAME VEHICLE. NOT ALL
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS CAN BE USED WITH THIS
CHILD RESTRAINT. If you are unsure, consult your
vehicle owner’s manual or call Harmony Juvenile
Products.
Review your vehicle owner’s manual for vehicle seat
belt use with child restraint systems.
NOT ALL VEHICLE SEAT BELTS WILL WORK WITH THIS
CHILD RESTRAINT. You must determine if your vehicle’s
seat belts are compatible for use with this child restraint.
UNSAFE VEHICLE SEAT BELT SYSTEMS
This child restraint can be installed properly using MOST
vehicle 3-point lap-and-shoulder seat belts. However,
some vehicle seat belts are not safe to use as their
anchoring points may not allow for a secure installation.
NEVER use any unsafe vehicle seat belt systems.
DO NOT use any of the following vehicle seat belt
systems with this child restraint:
! NEVER use a non-locking, 2-point
vehicle seat belt (ELR). This seat
belt type locks only when the
vehicle slows, changes direction or
stops suddenly.
! NEVER use motor driven automatic seat belts.
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! NEVER use a vehicle seat belt system where the lap
and shoulder belts have independent retractors.
! NEVER use a vehicle seat belt system with top or
bottom anchorage points attached to the door in any
way.
! NEVER use lap belts whose anchor points are forward
of the seat crease.
INSTALLING LOCKING CLIP
A locking clip is used to prevent certain vehicle
seat belts from loosening before a sudden stop
or crash. The locking clip can ONLY be used
on a vehicle lap-and-shoulder belt. A locking
clip will not fix all types of vehicle seat belt
problems.
If your vehicle’s 3-point lap-and-shoulder seat belt is
equipped with an Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR)
that is NOT convertible to function as an Automatic
Locking Retractor (ALR), then the locking clip MUST be
used.
If you have any questions about the specific type of seat
belt system in your vehicle and/or its operation, consult
your vehicle owner’s manual.
• Remove the locking clip from mesh storage pocket on
restraint backrest (see “Parts list”).
• Follow the steps to properly secure vehicle lap-and23
shoulder seat belt (see “Installing with Lap-andShoulder or Lap-Only belt system”).
• Once seat belt is attached and properly adjusted, grasp
the two straps (lap and shoulder) together as close to
the vehicle belt buckle plate as possible. Unbuckle the
belt without allowing it to slip.
• Attach the locking clip around both lap and shoulder
belts ❶.
• Position the locking clip about
1 inch (2.5 cm) from vehicle belt’s 1" (2.5 cm) ❶
buckle plate.
• Rebuckle belt. Check that the lap
belt does not move by pulling hard.
If belt loosens or lengthens, repeat
the procedure.
Test installation to see if child restraint is secure. The
child restraint should NOT be able to move in any
direction where is connects to the vehicle. If the child
restraint can be moved more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) in
any direction at the connection point, then unbuckle
the seat completely and repeat the steps above until
secure (see “Installation safety check”). If you have any
questions, please contact Harmony Juvenile Products
customer service.
! Store locking clip when not in use.
! DO NOT use locking clip in booster mode.
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USING TOP TETHER
! THE TOP TETHER MUST BE USED AT ALL TIMES WHEN
USING CHILD RESTRAINT IN HARNESS MODE. Using
your child restraint with the Top tether strap properly
anchored to the vehicle, as indicated in these
instructions, may reduce the chance and severity of
injury or death to your child in the event of a sudden
stop or crash.
All LATCH seating positions have top tether anchors.
Check your vehicle owner’s manual for Top tether anchor
locations. If your vehicle is not equipped with a top
tether anchor, it may be possible to have one installed.
Contact your vehicle dealership or a certified mechanic
for the proper anchor location and installation.
Your vehicle’s top tether Anchor
Points may be identified using
one of these symbols:
• Check that the top tether is securely attached to the
child restraint.
• Fasten top tether clip to anchor point ensuring the clip
is facing downwards and the strap is not twisted ❶.
• With the child restraint installed with the LATCH or
vehicle seat belt, tighten the top tether strap securely
by pulling on the free end of the top tether strap ❷.
• To loosen, press the top tether release button ❸.
❶
❷
❸
! WARNING: Ensure that tether strap is NOT twisted.
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PREPARING CHILD RESTRAINT FOR USE
!
WARNING!
INCORRECT USE OF THE HARNESS SYSTEM IS THE
MOST COMMON MISTAKE PEOPLE MAKE. IT IS
VERY IMPORTANT TO READ, UNDERSTAND AND
FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS.
DO NOT MISTAKE COMFORT FOR SAFETY. THE
HARNESS SYSTEM MUST BE SNUGLY ADJUSTED
AT ALL TIMES.
! WARNING: The shoulder harness must be EVEN OR
SLIGHTLY ABOVE the child’s shoulders. If the upper
most harness position is below the child’s shoulders,
DO NOT use this child restraint with harness.
! ENSURE the harness height is correct for your child’s
size. VERIFY OFTEN.
! WARNING: DO NOT use this child restraint if the
midpoint of your child’s head is above the top of the
child restraint’s headrest at its maximum height.
ADJUSTING HARNESS SHOULDER STRAPS
1. Loosen harness system by pushing
the up-front metal harness
adjuster at the front of the seat
just above the adjustment strap
❷
❶ and simultaneously pulling the
chest strap towards you ❷.
❶
2. Have your child sit in the child
restraint with their back flat
against the backrest.
3. Reach into the opening on the top of the headrest
fabric pad and find the RED one-hand headrest height
adjustment button.
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4. Squeeze button and lift the
headrest until the shoulder straps
are at or just above your child’s
shoulders.
5. Release the button and listen for
a ‘click’ to make sure harness is
locked in place.
! WARNING: To ensure headrest is locked in position,
gently push down on headrest.
!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO ADJUST THE HARNESS STRAPS
CORRECTLY COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH.
ADJUSTING CROTCH STRAP POSITION
The crotch strap has two (2) positions.
1. Remove fabric crotch pad.
2. Push the buckle down through the
fabric seat pad towards the plastic
base of the child restraint.
3. Lift the fabric seat pad on the base
of the child restraint to expose the
buckle and slot positions.
4. Guide the crotch strap through the
plastic base to the desired slot position ❶.
❶
! ENSURE that the strap is
COMPLETELY in the desired slot
and the harness strap is NOT
twisted.
❷
! ENSURE that the buckle is facing
FORWARD ❷.
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5. Push the buckle upwards through the fabric seat pad.
6. Replace fabric seat pad and fabric crotch pad.
!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO REINSTALL THE CROTCH STRAPS
CORRECTLY COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR
DEATH.
REMEMBER to check the shoulder straps and crotch
strap position frequently and move them to the next
position when necessary. The harness straps MUST
be in the height position even with or just above the
shoulders, and the crotch strap MUST be in the slot
at or immediately in front of your child. The harness
pads and crotch pads are optional and are not a safety
feature.
TIP: For children over 40 lbs. requiring more harness
length, remove black EPP pad under fabric on base
of unit and infant insert (if applicable).
RECLINE
!
WARNING!
YOUR CHILD RESTRAINT RECLINES TO ENSURE
PROPER INSTALLATION INTO YOUR VEHICLE. THE
CHILD RESTRAINT MUST BE INSTALLED SO THAT ALL
OF ITS SURFACE AREA IS IN CONTACT WITH YOUR
VEHICLE SEAT.
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Place the child restraint in the desired seating position
(see “Choosing an appropriate vehicle seat location”),
and turn the front recline adjust knob ❶ to recline
the backrest UNTIL THE BACKREST LIES FLUSH ON THE
VEHICLE SEAT BACK ❷.
❶
❷
! WARNING: Remove the vehicle headrest and/or mesh
storage pouch if it inhibits the child restraint from lying
flush against the vehicle seat back ❸.
❸
LATCH
(LOWER ANCHORS AND TETHERS FOR CHILDREN)
If your vehicle is equipped with LATCH, the
vehicle LATCH anchorage points may be visible
at the seat crease. If not visible, they may be
marked with this symbol.
Check your vehicle owner’s manual for your vehicle’s
exact LATCH locations, anchor identifications and
usage requirements for use with a child restraint.
! Use vehicle belt (NOT LATCH connectors) for
installations with children weighing more than 46 lbs.
(21 kg).
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Top tether
anchors points
LATCH
anchor
points
Vehicle
seat crease
! WARNING: CONSULT YOUR VEHICLE OWNER’S
MANUAL FOR THE EXACT PLACEMENT OF THESE
ELEMENTS IN YOUR VEHICLE, AND FOR MAXIMUM
LATCH WEIGHT ALLOWANCES PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
AS SOME MANUFACTURERS HAVE LOWER MAXIMUM
WEIGHT ALLOWANCES FOR LATCH USAGE.
INSTALLING WITH LATCH SYSTEM
1. Unhook LATCH from storage
loops. For ease of installation,
extend LATCH to its maximum
length. Ensure the LATCH strap is
NOT twisted and that the LATCH
connectors are facing down ❶.
2. Place the child restraint flush
against a forward-facing vehicle
seat, centered beween the LATCH
anchors. Adjust the recline as
necessary (see “Recline”).
3. Fasten LATCH hooks to vehicle
lower anchors ensuring the hooks
are facing downwards ❷. Pull
firmly to be sure that they are
attached. BELT MUST LAY FLAT
AND NOT BE TWISTED.
4. Tighten LATCH by placing your
knee on the child restraint base
and by using your full weight to
push the child restraint down as
you simultaneously pull upwards
on the free end of the adjustment
belt ❸.
❶
❷
❸
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TIP: If you are not able to tighten ❹
LATCH using the method above,
try pulling the LATCH strap up
through the belt path (under the
fabric) ❹, then tighten.
5. Should you need to loosen the
LATCH, push the LATCH release
button ❺.
❺
! WARNING: NEVER put two LATCH
connectors on one vehicle LATCH
anchor unless specifically allowed
by the manufacturer ❻.
6. Secure the top of the child ❻
restraint using the top tether strap
(see “Using top tether”).
! Conduct a safety check for a secure
installation (see “Installation safety
check”). Perform this test every
time you drive with your child and
whenever you readjust the child restraint as your child
grows.
INSTALLING WITH LAP-AND-SHOULDER
OR LAP-ONLY BELT SYSTEM
! WARNING: LATCH must be stored when using the
vehicle belt. Clip both LATCH hooks
❶
to the fabric loops on each side of
the backrest ❶.
1. Place the child restraint flush
against the back of a forwardfacing vehicle seat. Adjust
the recline as necessary (see
“Recline”).
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2. Thread the vehicle seat belt
through the belt slot opening and
out the other side. See illustrations
for proper routing path of Lapand-Shoulder Belt ❷ or Lap-Only
Belt ❸.
3. Buckle the vehicle seat belt. The
vehicle seat belt MUST NOT be
twisted.
❷
❸
To engage vehicle seat belt retractor:
4. Pull out the full length of the seat
belt (until you cannot pull out
any more slack). This locks the
retractor.
5. Tighten vehicle seat belt by placing
❺
your knee on the seat base and by
using your full weight to push the
child restraint down ❹ as you
❹
simultaneously release the extra
belt length until seat belt is taught
and has no slack ❺.
6. The locked seat belt retractor will
not allow you to add any length to the belt until you
unbuckle the seat belt.
For more information on how to tighten the belt for
your seat belt system, see your vehicle owner’s manual.
7. Secure the top of the child restraint using the top
tether strap (see section “Using top tether”).
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INSTALLATION SAFETY CHECK
Perform this test EVERY TIME you drive with your child
and whenever you readjust the child restraint as your
child grows:
❶
Rock the child restraint back and
forth and side to side to make sure
the LATCH or vehicle seat belt does
not lengthen or loosen, and the child
restraint does not move easily ❶.
The back of the child restraint (connection point) should
not move more than 1 inch (2.5 cm) in any direction.
If the child restraint is loose or not properly secured,
repeat procedure OR find another location for the child
restraint (see “Choosing an appropriate vehicle seat
location”).
USING CHILD RESTRAINT
WITH BUILT-IN HARNESS
!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO FASTEN AND TIGHTEN THE HARNESS
SYSTEM CORRECTLY MAY CAUSE THE CHILD TO BE
EJECTED FROM THE RESTRAINT SYSTEM IN CASE
OF A SHARP TURN, SUDDEN STOP OR CRASH
CAUSING SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. In a crash,
the child restraint will provide NO protection for your
child unless the harness straps are properly secured.
DO NOT mistake comfort for safety. Harness system
MUST be snugly adjusted. Follow these instructions
carefully.
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! Incorrect use of the harness system is the most
common mistake people make. It is VERY important
to read, understand and follow ALL instructions and
warnings. DO NOT mistake comfort for safety. The
harness system MUST be snugly adjusted at all times.
! Snugly adjust the harness provided with this child
restraint around your child. A snug strap is one with no
slack. It should not press on the child’s flesh or cause
your child’s body to be in an unnatural position. You
should only be able to slide ONE FINGER between the
shoulder straps and the child’s shoulder.
! Avoid unnecessary bulky clothing.
SECURING CHILD IN CHILD RESTRAINT
1. Open harness chest clip by pressing ❶
in pin clips while pulling apart the
two-piece chest clip ❶.
2. To loosen the harness strap:
Push the up-front metal harness
adjuster at the front of the seat
just ABOVE the adjustment strap
❷ and simultaneously pull the
chest strap towards you ❸.
3. Unbuckle harness straps by
pressing on the RED buckle
release button and by pulling the
buckle clips out ❹. Move harness
straps to the side.
❸
❷
❹
4. Place child in child restraint with
child’s back flat against back of the
backrest.
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5. Adjust headrest height so that the bottom of the
headrest is even with the top of the child’s shoulders.
6. Place harness straps over child’s
shoulders and insert buckle clips
into buckle until they ‘click’ into
place ❺.
! ENSURE that harness clips and
buckle are properly fastened by
gently tugging on each.
! ENSURE that the straps are NOT
twisted.
❺
❻
! DO NOT use child restraint if
harness does not lock.
7. Re-fasten chest clip ❻.
8. Tighten harness system by gently
pulling on the up-front harness
adjuster strap until all slack is
removed from the system ❼.
! ENSURE straps are flat and snug
against child’s shoulders and thighs.
You should NOT be able to slide
more than one finger between the
strap and the child’s shoulder ❽.
❼
❽
A snug strap should not allow any
slack. It lies in a relatively straight
line without sagging. It should not
press the child’s flesh or cause your child’s body to be in
an unnatural position.
9. Position the chest clip at mid-chest, in line with your
child’s armpits and away from your child’s neck.
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REMOVING CHILD FROM CHILD RESTRAINT
1. Open harness chest clip by pressing in pin clips while
pulling apart the two piece chest clip.
2. Loosen the harness system by pressing on the
up-front metal harness adjuster, and simultaneously
pulling the shoulder straps towards you.
3. Unbuckle harness by pressing on RED buckle release
button.
USING CHILD RESTRAINT IN BOOSTER MODE
(WITHOUT INTERNAL HARNESS)
REMOVING/INSTALLING HARNESS
! WARNING: The BASE seat cover can be removed
without removing the harness.
1. Open chest clip and harness buckle.
2. Face the rear of the child restraint and remove the
harness straps from the splitter plate ❶.
3. Pull shoulder straps out of their respective slots in the
backrest ❷.
❶
❷
❸
4. Lie child restraint on its side and find the metal
locking plate for each harness strap on the underside
of the base of the child restraint.
Place a screwdriver under the
❹
loop of the strap and pry up
to unlock the metal locking
plate from the plastic base ❸.
Turn each metal plate so that it
can slide up and out through the
plastic seat base.
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5. Store complete harness system for
❺
future use.
6. Store crotch buckle under fabric
seat pad in the indentation in the
plastic seat base ❹.
7. Pull
the
up-front
harness
adjustment strap as far as it will
go. This will lock the splitter plate
into the base of the seat ❺.
8. Roll strap tightly, secure roll with an elastic band and store
rolled strap under the fabric seat pad
❻
in the opening of the up-front adjuster.
To reinstall, remove Backrest Plate
and reverse the above steps. When
re-inserting the shoulder straps
through the backrest, ensure the
straps are ABOVE the metal bars inside
the slots in the backrest ❻. Reinstall
Backrest Plate once harness is properly reinstalled.
BOOSTER WITH BACKREST
!
WARNING!
! ALWAYS ASSIST YOUR CHILD WHEN
GETTING INTO AND OUT OF YOUR
CHILD RESTRAINT/BOOSTER SEAT.
! NEVER LET YOUR CHILD LEAN ON
THE ARMREST WHEN GETTING INTO
OR EXITING THE BOOSTER SEAT TO
PREVENT THE SEAT FROM TIPPING.
! ENSURE THAT THE BOOSTER SEAT IS LEVEL,
STABLE AND DOES NOT ROCK SIDE-TO-SIDE. IF
THE BOOSTER SEAT IS NOT STABLE, TRY ANOTHER
SEATING LOCATION. IN VEHICLES WITH WIDE, FLAT
SEATS, A ROLLED TOWEL CAN BE USED ON THE
OUTBOARD (DOOR) SIDE TO ADD STABILITY TO THE
BOOSTER SEAT. DO NOT ADD ANYTHING BEHIND
OR UNDER THE BOOSTER SEAT.
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!
WARNING!
FAILURE TO PROPERLY SECURE YOUR CHILD IN THE
BOOSTER SEAT INCREASES THE RISK OF SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH IN THE EVENT OF A SHARP
TURN, SUDDEN STOP OR CRASH. In a crash, the
child restraint provides NO protection for your child
unless the vehicle 3-point lap-and-shoulder belt is
properly secured. Follow these instructions carefully
to properly secure your child.
! DO NOT use this booster seat if it can’t be properly
leveled, stabilized, and installed as per this instruction
manual. It is possible that your vehicle has no suitable
seating position for this booster seat due to seating
surface, seat belt type and/or airbag system. Read and
follow these instructions, and your vehicle owner’s
manual carefully.
! DO NOT use infant insert in booster
mode (when applicable).
! WARNING: You MUST use the
vehicle 3-point lap-and-shoulder
belt when restraining the child in
the booster seat. LATCH WILL NOT
secure your child in the booster
seat ❶.
❶
! WARNING: Vehicle belts MUST NOT be twisted and
MUST lay flat against child’s chest
❷
and lap.
! NEVER use a vehicle lap-only belt
to secure child in child restraint ❷.
! NEVER USE A LOOSE SHOULDER
BELT.
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! NEVER position the shoulder belt
under the child’s arm ❸ or place
the shoulder belt behind the
child’s back ❹.
! Lap portion of lap-and-shoulder
belt MUST be low and snug across
the hips, just touching the child’s
thighs. The lap portion MUST NOT
be lying across the child’s stomach
as this can cause major injuries to
the child in case of a sharp turn,
sudden stop or crash.
! DO NOT allow the child to slouch,
slide down in the seat, or create
slack in the belt system ❺. If child
will not keep vehicle belt properly
positioned, DO NOT use this child
restraint in booster seat mode. Use
an alternate method or a different
child restraint.
! DO NOT position vehicle belt over
top of the armrests ❻.
❸
❹
❺
❻
! The vehicle seat headrest should
not create a gap between vehicle
seat and booster seat ❼. If so,
remove the vehicle headrest.
❼
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ENTANGLEMENT WITH VEHICLE BELT
! WARNING: To avoid possible entanglement and
choking with your vehicle’s shoulder belts, Harmony
Juvenile Products recommends that the following
precautions are taken when installing your booster
seat:
1. Pull the shoulder portion of the vehicle seat belt all
the way out until the retractor locks.
2. SLOWLY let the vehicle seat belt retract until it is snug
against your child.
3. ENSURE that the belts do not press on the child’s flesh
or push the child’s body into an unnatural position.
4. Do the same for all unused vehicle seat belts.
! Teach your child that vehicle seat belts are not toys and
should NEVER be played with, regardless of whether
the car is in motion or not.
! ALWAYS be aware of what your children are doing in
the back seat.
SECURING CHILD AND
BOOSTER SEAT IN VEHICLE
1. Place booster seat firmly against the back of a
forward-facing vehicle seat. The vehicle seat MUST
be equipped with a lap-and-shoulder belt. Booster
must be level, stable and not rock side-to-side
(see “Choosing an appropriate vehicle seat location”).
2. Place child in the booster seat with child’s back flat
against the back of the booster seat.
3. Adjust headrest height so that the bottom of the
headrest is even with the top of the child’s shoulders.
4. Thread the shoulder belt portion of the 3-point lapand-shoulder belt through the headrest shoulder
belt guide ❶ and ensure that the shoulder belt lies
across child’s shoulder and chest, and NOT across
child’s face or neck.
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5. Thread both sides of the lap belt
❶
and the lower end of the shoulder
belt UNDER BOTH armrests ❷
and ensure that the lap belt is snug
❷
across child’s hips just touching ❸
their thighs and is NOT across
their stomach.
6. Buckle vehicle seat belt into place
❸ and ensure it is secure by gently pulling on it.
! THE LAP BELT PORTION MUST PASS UNDER
BOTH ARMRESTS.
! NEVER USE A VEHICLE LAP-ONLY BELT WHEN USING
THIS CHILD RESTRAINT.
! WARNING: To avoid possible entanglement hazard,
see “Entanglement with vehicle belt”.
!
WARNING!
DUE TO VARYING ANGLES OF VEHICLE SEAT
BELT RETRACTORS, EXCESS SLACK IN THE
VEHICLE BELT SYSTEM MIGHT NOT BE REMOVED
AUTOMATICALLY. Once the lap and shoulder portions
of the seat belt are properly positioned and the
buckle is attached, FEED ANY REMAINING SLACK
OF THE SEAT BELT MANUALLY BACK INTO THE
RETRACTOR TO TIGHTEN THE WHOLE SYSTEM.
BOOSTER WITHOUT BACKREST
See “Assembling/Disassembling child restraint”
for instructions for removing the backrest. Once
backrest is removed, turn recline knob clockwise until
end is reached to retract the base plate on the bottom
of the seat.
1. Place the booster seat firmly against the back of a
forward-facing vehicle seat in a position equipped
with a vehicle lap-and-shoulder belt and headrest.
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Booster must be level, stable and not rock side-to-side
(see “Choosing an appropriate vehicle seat location”).
2. Have your child sit on the booster seat with their back
flat against the vehicle seat.
3. Thread both sides of the lap belt and
the lower end of the shoulder belt
UNDER BOTH armrests as indicated
and ensure that the lap belt is snug
across child’s hips just touching
their thighs and is NOT across their
stomach.
4. Buckle vehicle seat belt into place and ensure it is
secure by gently pulling on it.
! THE LAP BELT PORTION MUST PASS UNDER BOTH
ARMRESTS.
! NEVER USE A VEHICLE LAP-ONLY BELT WHEN
USING THIS CHILD RESTRAINT.
! WARNING: To avoid possible entanglement hazard,
see “Entanglement with vehicle belt”.
INSTALLING SHOULDER BELT GUIDE
1. Locate the shoulder belt guide strap and screw in the
storage pouch.
2. Using a Phillips screwdriver,
attach belt guide strap to booster
seat base by screwing into the
pre-drilled hole in the back of the
seat base.
Pilot
hole
Base
plate
! Before tightening screw, make sure belt strap is
pointing upwards and that the RED belt guide opening
is facing forward. DO NOT overtighten screw.
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USING SHOULDER BELT GUIDE
1. Slide the vehicle’s shoulder belt into the RED clip
ensuring it is flat. Position the belt guide just above
the child’s shoulder ❶.
❶
! THE VEHICLE’S SHOULDER BELT
MUST LIE ACROSS THE CHILD’S
SHOULDER.
! OPENING OF RED BELT GUIDE CLIP
MUST FACE FORWARD.
! All straps MUST be tight and NOT
twisted. ALL slack MUST be removed
from lap and shoulder portions of
the vehicle belt to ensure a snug fit. Belt Guide Shoulder Belt
THE LAP BELT PORTION MUST PASS
UNDER BOTH ARMRESTS AND BE POSITIONED LOW
ON THE HIPS.
REMOVING SHOULDER BELT GUIDE
1. Remove vehicle seat belt from RED belt guide clip.
2. Unscrew shoulder belt guide from the back of the
base.
It is recommended to store the unused shoulder belt
guide along with any other parts from the child restraint
for future use.
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REMOVING/INSTALLING FABRIC SEAT COVER
TO REMOVE
See “Removing/Installing harness”.
THE HARNESS DOES NOT NEED TO BE REMOVED IN
ORDER TO REMOVE THE HEAD AND BASE FABRIC
COVERS.
HEADREST:
1. Gently slide fabric downwards off the top of the headrest.
2. Unhook the elastic loops from each headrest shoulder
belt guide opening on the bottom of the headrest.
BACKREST:
1. Undo the fabric hook-and-loop fastener tabs (x2) ❶
along the bottom sides of the backrest (where the
backrest meets the base).
2. Gently slide fabric cover
off the backrest.
❶
3. Remove EPE foam from ❶
backrest fabric.
BASE:
1. Undo the fabric hook- ❷
❷
and-loop fastener tabs
❸
❸
(x4) ❷❸ as indicated.
2. Gently slide the fabric
cover off the plastic base from the back of the child
restraint towards the front of the seat. Make sure
that recline knob does not get caught on fabric as you
remove seat pad.
TO INSTALL
To reinstall fabric pads, repeat previous steps in reverse
order.
TIP: For ease of fabric pad installations, turn recline knob
counterclockwise to open gap at base of backrest to
facilitate passing the hook and loop tabs through
the gap to secure.
! CAUTION: Reinstall harness system if applicable
(see “Removing/Installing harness”).
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INSTALLING CUP HOLDER (WHEN APPLICABLE)
1. The cup holder can be installed on
either side of the child restraint.
2. Locate the opening in the end of
either armrest.
3. Insert cup holder clip into the
opening and push in until locked
into place. Ensure that the fabric does not interfere
with the installation. If so, gently pull down on the
fabric while installing cup holder.
4. Pull out to remove.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING YOUR SEAT PAD:
• MACHINE WASH SEPARATELY using cold water delicate cycle.
• DO NOT BLEACH.
• DRIP DRY to prevent cover from shrinking.
! DO NOT wash EPE foam pad insert in backrest.
CLEANING THE PLASTIC SHELL:
• SPONGE CLEAN using warm water and mild soap.
• TOWEL DRY.
• DO NOT use solvents, abrasive cleaners, or
disassemble child restraint in any way, except as
instructed.
CLEANING HARNESS AND LATCH STRAPS:
• Spot clean with a damp cloth. DO NOT BLEACH.
DO NOT immerse the straps in water. Doing so may
weaken the straps.
CLEANING METAL AND PLASTIC HARNESS PARTS:
• Use mild soap and cool water on a damp cloth.
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! NEVER lubricate the buckle. If buckle or harness
adjuster sticks or will not remain tight, check for
foreign objects such as food, dirt, etc. Remove objects
with tweezers and/or clean with a cotton swab. If you
cannot get the harness to remain tight with the buckle
securely locked, DO NOT USE this child restraint. Call
Harmony Juvenile Products to purchase a replacement
harness or buckle.
AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION
This restraint is certified for use in aircraft ONLY when
used WITH the harness.
This restraint is NOT CERTIFIED for aircraft use when
used as a booster WITHOUT the harness.
IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER:
1. Contact your airline before using this child restraint
on the aircraft in order to comply with their
restrictions and regulations.
2. Install this child restraint on an aircraft in the
same way it is installed in an automobile with a
lap belt (see “Installing with Lap-and-Shoulder or
Lap-Only Belt System”).
3. Check that the aircraft seat belt holds the child
restraint securely in place at all times. If it does not,
DO NOT use this child restraint.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL STORAGE
Store your instruction manual in the
storage section provided in the base
plate on the bottom of your child
restraint.
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