Baby Trend | Hybrid No-Back Booster | LB10055 No Back Booster Seat

WARNING
Carefully read and understand all instructions and warnings in this
manual. Failure to properly use this Booster Seat increases the
risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH in a sudden stop or crash.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
Store this manual in the pocket provided
on the side of the Booster Seat.
Hybrid
No-Back Booster
WARNING
Carefully read and understand all instructions and warnings in
this manual. Failure to properly use this Car Seat increases the
risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH in a sudden stop or crash.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
Store this manual in the pocket provided on the back of the seat.
Car Seat
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Toddler Car Seat High-back Booster Backless Booster
with Built-in
Car Seat
Car Seat
Harness
OWNER’S MANUAL
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www.babytrend.com o llamar al: 1-800-328-7363.
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Store this manual in the pocket provided
on the side of the Booster Seat.
For use with children:
- At least 4 years old
- Between 40 and 100 lbs (18 and 45 kg)
- Between 42” and 57” Tall (107 and 145 cm)
OWNER’S MANUAL
Para instrucciones en Español, conéctese a
www.babytrend.com o llamar al: 1-800-328-7363.
Convenience through innovation and thoughtful design
Baby Trend, Inc.
1607 S. Campus Ave.,
Ontario, CA 91761
1-800-328-7363
(8:00am ~ 4:30pm PST)
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Table of Contents
1.0 General Warnings and Information..............................................2
2.0 WARNINGS................................................................................4
3.0 Features and Benefits
3.1 Booster Seat................................................................................7
4.0 Preparing Booster Seat for Use
4.1Check Child’s Weight and Height................................................8
4.2 Assemble Shoulder Belt Positioner Assembly..............................8
4.3Select a Vehicle Seating Location to
Install the Booster Seat...............................................................8
4.4Proper Use Check List.................................................................9
5.0 Weight and Height Recommendations
5.1Booster Seat Use ......................................................................10
6.0 Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location.........................................12
6.1Overall Considerations for Selecting
a Seating Location......................................................................13
6.2Seating Locations to Avoid.........................................................14
7.0 Booster Car Seat Installation and Use
7.1 Booster Car Seat Installation and Use.......................................15
8.0 Vehicle Seat Belts
8.1Check that the Vehicle Seat Belt is Safe to Use........................19
8.2Unsafe Seat Belt Systems.........................................................20
9.0 Operation and Adjustments
9.1 Assembly of Vehicle Shoulder Belt Positioner...........................24
9.2 Use and Adjustment of Shoulder Belt Positioner.......................25
10.0 Additional Information
10.1Certifications...............................................................................26
11.0 Cleaning and Maintenance...........................................................26
12.0 Replacement Parts.......................................................................27
13.0 How to Register your Car Seat..................................................28
1.0
General Warnings and Information
WARNING TO PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS
Proper use is required! Even if using this car seat seems
easy to figure out, it is very IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THE
BOOSTER SEAT AND VEHICLE OWNER’S MANUALS!
•Failure to follow these instructions and Booster Seat labels can result
in a child striking the vehicle’s interior during a sudden stop or crash.
- Your child’s safety depends on proper installation and use of this
Booster Seat. Read and understand all information in this owner’s
manual and product labels before using this Booster Seat.
- Improper use of the Booster Seat can result in serious
injury or death from a sudden stop or crash.
The ultimate safety of your child depends on the proper and secure
installation of the Booster Seat in your vehicle. Proper installation
requires that you read and understand this entire manual and your
vehicle’s owner’s manual before placing your child in the seat.
DO NOT allow others to install or use this Booster Seat unless
they completely understand its proper installation and use.
Your child’s safety depends on:
1. Choosing the best location within your vehicle for installing the
Booster Seat. Seating positions with frontal Air Bags must be
avoided if possible.
2. Proper installation.
a.Requires proper routing and adjusting fit of vehicle
lap/shoulder belt.
b.Always properly position the vehicle belts on your child and
snugly adjust the vehicle belts around child.
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1.0
General Warnings and Information
NOTE: Not all vehicle seat belts or vehicle seats can be used with this Booster Seat.
3. Proper belt adjustment.
- Properly position belt on child.
- Snugly adjust belts around child.
No Booster Seat seat can guarantee protection from injury in every
situation, but proper use helps reduce the risk of serious injury
or death.
NEED HELP?
Contact Baby Trend Customer Service Department at 1-800-328-7363
with any questions concerning your car seat. Please have the model
number and manufactured in (date) on your Booster Seat available
when calling or contact one of the following resources:
• Call 1-866-SEAT CHECK (1-866-732-8243).
• Log onto www.nhtsa.gov
- For a Booster Seat inspection station select “Locate a Child
Safety Seat Inspection Station By State or Zip Code”.
- To locate a certified “Child Passenger Safety” Technician in
your area, select tab “Vehicles & Equipment”, select topic
“Child Seats” and then select link “Child Passenger Safety
Contact Locator” or “Child Passenger Safety Seat Inspection
Station Locator”.
• Log onto www.seatcheck.org.
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2.0
WARNINGS
Failure to follow these instructions and Booster Seat labels can
result in child striking the vehicle’s interior during a sudden stop
or crash.
• Use this Booster Seat only with children who weigh between
40 and 100 lbs. (18 and 45 kg.) and whose height is between
42 and 57 in. (107 and 145 cm) and who are capable of sitting
up right unassisted.
• Child must be at least 4 years old and 40 lbs. (18 kg) to use
this Booster Seat.
• Proper installation of the Booster Seat in your vehicle and
proper securing of your child in the Booster Seat are essential to ensure the safety of your child. Your child can be injured in
a sudden stop or crash if not properly secured in the Booster
Seat or if the Booster Seat is not properly installed in the
vehicle.
• Use this Booster Seat forward-facing only with child facing
the front of the vehicle.
• Never use this Booster Seat in a vehicle
seating location that has an Active Frontal
Air Bag unless recommended in the vehicle
owner’s manual. If your vehicle is equipped
with a front passenger side Active Air Bag,
please refer to the vehicle’s owner’s manual
for additional information about Active Air Bags
and child safety seat installation.
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2.0
WARNINGS
• Booster Use:
- Use only with children that are 4 years old and weigh at
least 40 lbs (18 kg).
- Snugly adjust the vehicle’s lap/shoulder belt around child.
- Properly position the vehicle’s lap/shoulder belt on child.
Lap belt is low on child’s hips and contacting thighs and
shoulder belt is centered on shoulder.
- Use only the vehicle’s lap/shoulder belt system to restrain
a child.
- Never use only a lap belt to secure child in the Booster
Seat.
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Do not use accessories or parts other than those provided by
Baby Trend, Inc. for this special model. Use of accessories or
parts from other manufacturers, could alter the performance and
safety of the Booster Seat.
• Never leave your child unattended, even for a moment.
• Never put a Booster Seat in a vehicle front seat location unless
specifically recommended in vehicle owner’s manual.
• This Booster Seat is designed and tested to accommodate a child of a
specific range of WEIGHT and HEIGHT. Using the Car Seat for a child
whose weight or height is outside of these limits will increase the risk
of death or serious injury in the event of a crash (see Section 5.0 of
this manual for WEIGHT and HEIGHT limits for this car seat).
• Not all vehicle seat belts or seating locations can be used with this
Booster Seat. Read vehicle owner’s manual and “Vehicle Seat Belts”
section in this manual.
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2.0
WARNINGS
• Some vehicles do not have any safe location for this Booster Seat to
be installed. In addition, many vehicles do not have seat belt systems
that will adequately hold this Booster Seat in the required position.
Please refer to both this manual and your vehicle owner’s manual for
complete information for proper, safe installation of this Booster Seat.
• This Booster Seat is certified for use in motor vehicles.
DO NOT use this Booster Seat in the home, on boats, on aircraft or
other non-certified applications.
• The Booster Seat and vehicle seat belt hardware may become very
hot if left in direct sunlight. Your child may suffer burns from hot
components. Always check the Booster Seat and vehicle seat belt
hardware for hot surfaces that may come into contact with your child
before placing your child in the Booster Seat. We suggest that you
cover the Booster Seat with a blanket or towel if it will be subject to
direct sunlight while you are away from the vehicle.
• This Booster Seat is constructed of plastic that can deform over time
if left with any object in the seat while stored. DO NOT leave heavy
objects in the Booster Seat while not in use. DO NOT store the seat in
the trunk of your car with heavy objects on it or with pressure on the
Seat from the trunk lid.
• Discontinue use of the Booster Seat after 10 years from the date of
manufacture printed on the label on the bottom of the Seat Base.
• DO NOT use Booster Seat if it has been in a crash, it must be replaced.
A crash can cause unseen damage and using it again could result in
serious injury or death.
• DO NOT use Booster Seat if it is damaged or is missing parts.
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3.0
3.1
Features and Benefits
4.0
Booster Seat
The steps to prepare the Booster Seat for use with your child are
outlined below and described in detail in this owner’s manual.
4.1
Shoulder
Belt Guide
Armrest
Armrest
Seat Base
Pad
Owner’s Manual
Storage Pocket
(under pad)
Cup Holder
Check Child’s Weight and Height
Check that your child’s weight is between “40 - 100 lbs.” (18 to
45 kg) and your child meets all other requirements for use in
“Weight and Height Recommendations” section.
Shoulder Belt
Positioner Assembly
(Stored in Owner’s
Manual Storage Pocket)
Loop End
Preparing Car Seat for Use
4.2
Assemble Shoulder Belt Positioner Assembly.
See “Assembly of Vehicle Shoulder Belt Positioner” Section.
4.3
Select a Vehicle Seating Location to Install the
Booster Seat
•Select a vehicle seating location with a lap/shoulder belt.
•Never use a vehicle seating location with
only a lap belt.
Seat Base
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4.0
4.4
Preparing Car Seat for Use
5.0
Proper Use Check List
Weight and Height Recommendations
WARNING!
Booster Car Seat
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
√ Child is at least 4 years old and 40 lbs. (18kg).
√ Lap and shoulder belts are snugly adjusted around child.
√ Lap belt is low and flat on hips and contacting thighs.
√ Shoulder belt is centered on shoulder.
√ Child is sitting up, not slouching down under vehicle lap belt.
√ Shoulder belt is not under arm or behind back of child.
√ Top of child’s ears are below top of vehicle seat back or
vehicle headrest.
•FAILURE TO USE THIS BOOSTER SEAT WITH A CHILD OF
APPROPRIATE AGE AND SIZE MAY INCREASE THE RISK
OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
5.1
BOOSTER SEAT USE
Child MUST meet all of the following requirements
to use the Booster Seat:
• Child’s weight is between 40
and 100 lbs. (18 and 45 kg)
and
• Child’s height is between 42 and
57 in. (107 and 145 cm) and
• Top of child’s ears must be
below top of vehicle seat back
or vehicle headrest and
• Child must be at least 4 years
of age.
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5.0
5.1
Weight and Height Recommendations
BOOSTER SEAT USE (CONTINUED)
Baby Trend and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend using a Booster Seat until the child reaches a standing height of 57
in. (145 cm) before changing to secure the child with a vehicle seat
belt, without a booster seat.
WARNING!
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
• TO AVOID INJURIES FROM WHIPLASH, TOP OF
CHILD’S EARS MUST BE BELOW TOP EDGE OF
VEHICLE SEAT BACK OR VEHICLE HEADREST.
6.0
Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location
WARNING!
•There are many different types of vehicles, vehicle seat belt
systems, or other occupant restraint systems in use today.
Accordingly, this manual can only give guidelines for proper
installation in your vehicle. In addition to this manual, you
must also read and understand the vehicle owner’s manual,
which should address use of child restraints. If your vehicle
owner’s manual does not address the installation of child
restraints, please contact your local vehicle dealer, or the
vehicle’s manufacturer to obtain this information before using
this Booster Seat.
Not every seating location within a vehicle may be safe for the
installation of this Booster Seat. In fact, some vehicles have no
seating location that is safe for the installation of a Booster Seat.
Improper placement of this Booster Seat within a vehicle will
increase the risk of death or serious injury in a sudden stop or
crash. See “Vehicle Seat Belts” section for more information on
vehicle seat belts.
Please follow the instructions in this manual and in your vehicle
owner’s manual carefully to ensure proper location and installation
of this Booster Seat. If you are uncertain about the proper location
of the Booster Seat within the vehicle, contact your vehicle
manufacturer directly or through their dealer before using this seat.
You are also invited to call Baby Trend at 1-800-328-7363 for
additional information or assistance.
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6.0
6.1
Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location
Overall Considerations for Selecting A
Seating Loacation
• Please review your vehicle owner’s manual to determine the best
location for Booster Seat use, any specific instructions for Booster
Seat installation, or to determine if any locations are unsafe for
Booster Seat installation. If you do not have the vehicle owner’s
manual or the owner’s manual does not address Booster Seat
installation, please contact the vehicle manufacturer to obtain this
information before using the Booster Seat.
• Use rear vehicle seating position whenever possible. According to
accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in
rear vehicle seating positions, rather than front seating positions.
Whenever possible, this Booster Seat should be secured in the rear
center, seating position. The rear center
position sometimes is equipped with a
vehicle lap belt only and CANNOT be
used with this Booster Seat.
• Only use a vehicle front seating location if specifically allowed in
vehicle owner’s manual and following all instructions in the vehicle
owner’s manual.
6.0
6.2
Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location
Seating Locations to Avoid
DO NOT use this Booster Seat in the following seating locations.
• Never use this Booster Seat in a vehicle
seating location that has an Active Frontal
Air Bag unless recommended in the vehicle
owner’s manual. If your vehicle is equipped
with a front passenger Air Bag, please refer
to the vehicle’s owner’s manual for additional
information about Air Bags and child safety
seat installation.
• DO NOT use this Booster Seat in any vehicle
seat that faces to the rear of the vehicle.
• DO NOT use this Booster Seat in any vehicle
seat that faces to the side of the vehicle.
• DO NOT use the Booster Seat in a vehicle seating location that has
a vehicle seat back that does not lock in position. A vehicle seat
back that folds forward must lock to prevent it from moving forward
in a sudden stop or crash.
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Booster Seat
Installation and Use
7.0
7.1
Booster Seat Installation and Use
WARNING!
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
•If child will not keep vehicle shoulder belt properly positioned
on shoulder, DO NOT use this Booster Seat. Use a
different child restraint system.
•Do not allow child to slide down in Booster Seat which could
position vehicle lap belt across child’s abdomen and shoulder
belt over neck or face.
• Discontinue use of the Backless Booster Car Seat when the
top of the child’s ears are above top of the vehicle seat back
or vehicle headrest.
• Securely belt this Booster Seat in vehicle, even when not
occupied. An unsecured car seat can injure other occupants
in a crash.
• DO NOT use accessories or parts other than those provided
by Baby Trend, Inc. Use of accessories or parts from other
manufacturers could alter the performance and safety of the
Booster Seat.
Booster Seat
Installation and Use
7.0
1. Place the Booster Seat on the vehicle seat in a
seating location equiped with a vehicle
Lap/Shoulder belt and centered between
the Lap/Shoulder belt anchorages (see
“Selecting a Vehicle Seating Locations” section).
WARNING!
•Do not place the Booster Seat in
a seating position that has only a
vehicle lap belt.
2. If the vehicle seat back is adjustable, adjust
into the upright position or the position
specified in the vehicle owner’s manual
for use with a car seat.
3. Place child in Booster Car Seat
with child’s back and rump contacting
seating surfaces.
4. Pull the vehicle lap/shoulder belt across front
of child and buckle vehicle seat belt.
- Vehicle shoulder belt on buckle
side must be under armrest.
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Booster Seat
Installation and Use
7.0
5. Snugly adjust the vehicle’s lap/shoulder belt around your child
according to the instructions in the vehicle owner’s manual.
6. Place vehicle shoulder belt in Vehicle Shoulder Belt Positioner and
adjust Shoulder Belt Positioner to position shoulder belt onto child’s
shoulder. See “Use and Adjustment of Shoulder Belt Positioner”
section.
-Thread harness strap through
Vehicle Shoulder Strap Positioner
as shown.
-Pull up or down on the
webbing adjuster until the
vehicle shoulder belt is
centered over the child’s
shoulder.
- Check to be sure vehicle
shoulder belt is properly
positioned over shoulder and
snug against child.
NOTE: Some vehicle shoulder belts with emergency locking
retractors allow child to pull belt out and change position of
belt. Use of shoulder belt positioner helps maintain proper
position of shoulder belt.
Booster Seat
Installation and Use
7.0
7.Check fit of the vehicle seat belts on child:
-Vehicle seat belt must be snugly adjusted
on child.
-Vehicle lap belt must be low on hips
contacting the thighs.
-Vehicle shoulder belt must contact the
chest and be centered on the shoulder.
Use the shoulder belt positioner to adjust
the position of the vehicle shoulder belt.
-DO NOT place vehicle shoulder belt
under child’s arm or behind child.
WARNING!
•Discontinue use of Booster Seat when top of child’s ears
are above top edge of vehicle head rest and vehicle seat back.
To remove your child:
1.Unbuckle vehicle seat belt and remove your child.
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8.0
8.1
Vehicle Seat Belts
Check that the Vehicle Seat Belt is Safe to Use
WARNING!
Carefully analyze the operation of the vehicle seat belts
before using the Booster Seat. Carefully read this section on
vehicle seat belt systems, review your vehicle owner’s
manual in detail, and heed any and all warning labels on your
vehicle’s seat belt. Your vehicle may require a modification or
special seat belt in order to be safely used with this Booster
Seat. Please see your vehicle dealer for this service.
Safe Seat Belt Systems:
The following vehicle seat belt systems can be used with the Booster Seat
provided that all of the other requirements prescribed in these
instructions, including seat position, and all instructions provided
by your vehicle’s owner’s manual are followed.
Combination lap/shoulder belt with locking latch plate
•A vehicle lap/shoulder combination seat belt with
a latch plate that locks the lap belt into position
is suitable for use with the Booster Seat. Once
this type of seat belt is fastened, the latch plate
prevents the lap belt from loosening.
Combination lap/shoulder belt with sliding latch plate
•A vehicle lap/shoulder combination
seat belt system with a latch plate that
can slide freely along the belt is suitable
for use with the Booster Seat.
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8.0
Vehicle Seat Belts
8.2 Unsafe Seat Belt Systems:
DO NOT use the following types of vehicle seat belt systems with the
Booster Seat. These vehicle seat belt systems will not hold the Booster
Seat securely in place at all times. The addition of a locking clip will not
make these vehicle seat belt systems safe to use.
Note: Latch can be used in place of the following unsafe vehicle seat
belt systems if your vehicle is equipped with latch anchorage system.
Lap Belts (manually Adjusted)
• A vehicle lap belt that is manually
adjusted and will remain tight while the
vehicle is in motion is suitable for use with
the Booster Seat. Pulling the belt through
the buckle after the buckle is fastened
tightens this type of seat belt. The vehicle
center rear seat belt is most often this type of
vehicle seat belt.
Lap Belts with Automatic Locking Retractor (ALR)
• A vehicle lap belt that stays tightly
adjusted around the car seat and
cannot be lengthened once it is
fastened is suitable for use with
the Booster Seat. These seat belts often
have an automatic locking retractor
that will allow the belt to be lengthened
but once fastened, must be unbuckled
and allowed to retract fully before allowing
the belt to be lengthened again.
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8.0
Vehicle Seat Belts
Lap Belt With Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR):
DO NOT use a vehicle lap belt that stays
loose or does not stay tightly adjusted
after installed and locks only in a crash
or sudden stop. These lap belts utilize
an Emergency Locking Retractor and
are often found in combination with
motorized shoulder belts. Because
these belts will allow the Booster Seat to
move about on the vehicle seat, the
chance of the Booster Seat being out of
the proper position in a crash is very high.
Accordingly, DO NOT use the Booster Seat
with this type of Vehicle Seat Belt system.
Please see your vehicle’s dealer or
owner’s manual for information on
converting this vehicle seat belt system
to one that is acceptable for use with
a Booster Seat.
Combination Lap/Shoulder Belt With Retractor:
DO NOT use a vehicle lap/shoulder
belt system if the lap belt and shoulder
belt each have retractors at one end.
This type of vehicle seat belt system
will NOT adequately restrain the
Booster Seat.
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8.0
Vehicle Seat Belts
Passive Restraint - Lap or Shoulder Belt Mounted
on Door:
DO NOT use a vehicle seat belt that is
connected to the vehicle door in any way.
These types of seat belts are designed
to automatically surround the occupant
when the door is closed. This type of
vehicle seat belt will NOT adequately
restrain the Booster Seat.
Lap Belts Located Forward of Seat Crease:
DO NOT use a vehicle seat belt that is
anchored on the vehicle seat more than
2 inches forward of the crease between
the seat bottom and the seat back. This
type of vehicle seat belt anchors the
Booster Seat too far forward and the
Booster Seat will NOT be safely restrained
in the vehicle.
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8.0
Vehicle Seat Belts
Passive Restraint - Lap Belt with Motorized
Shoulder Belt:
DO NOT use a vehicle shoulder belt that
moves along a track. These systems
typically move to surround the occupant
when the door is closed. This type of
vehicle belt system will NOT adequately
restrain the Booster Seat.
If you have any of the above vehicle seat belt systems, DO NOT use
it to secure the Booster Seat in the vehicle. Look in the vehicle for a
location that has a more suitable vehicle seat belt system as described
in the “Vehicle seat belt Systems that are Adequate for installation
of Booster Seat” section. You may also contact your vehicle’s
manufacturer to inquire about installing a seat belt system that is
adequate to restrain a Booster Seat.
9.0
Operation and Adjustments
9.1 Assembly of Vehicle Shoulder Belt Positioner:
• Attaching the Shoulder Belt Positioner
Assembly to Booster Base:
- Lay Shoulder Belt Positioner
out on flat surface with free end
on top.
- Slide loop end down through one of the
slots at the back edge of the seat base.
- Thread the Shoulder Belt Guide and
free end of the Shoulder Belt Positioner
through the loop on the loop end and
pull to elimiate any slack.
Note: The Shoulder Belt Guide
should be positioned so that the
free end of the Shoulder Belt
Positioner faces the front seat.
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Free end
Loop end
9.0
Operation and Adjustments
9.2 Use and Adjustment of Shoulder Belt Positioner
Use the Shoulder Belt Guide Clip to center the
vehicle shoulder belt on the child’s shoulder.
Shoulder belt MUST be centered on child’s
shoulder as shown.
10.0 Additional
Information
10.1 Certifications
This Booster Seat conforms to all Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards for use in motor vehicles. See use below:
This restraint is NOT certified for use in aircraft.
11.0 Cleaning and Maintenance
- Insert the vehicle shoulder belt into both sides
of the Shoulder Belt Guide.
- Pull the free end of the strap down to tighten
the clip against the child’s shoulder and bring
the shoulder belt into the proper position.
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The hard surfaces of the Booster Seat (plastic components), may
be cleaned by wiping with a solution of water with mild soap. DO
NOT use bleach as it may weaken plastic components. Dry all
surfaces with a clean towel.
Care and Cleaning Seat,
For Seat Pad:
• For care and maintenance, read and follow instructions on
fabric tags.
To Remove Seat Base Pad:
• Unhook elastic on rear corner of
pad from plastic pin. Repeat on
opposite side.
•Slide the seat base pad armrest
covers forward and off armrests.
Slide entire seat pad forward,
pulling elastic bands off from under
cup holders and off the front of the
Car Seat.
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Elastic
11.0
Cleaning and Maintenance
•Reverse above steps to replace
base pad.
WARNING!
• DO NOT use Booster Seat without Seat Pad
Register Your Booster Seat
13.0 How to Register Your Booster Seat
Please complete the following information. The model number and
manufactured in (date) can be found on a label on the bottom of the
child restraint.
Model Number : _________________
Manufactured in (date) : _________________
Purchase Date : _________________
12.0Replacement Parts
13.0
If you need help or replacement parts, please call our Customer Service Department at 1-800-328-7363 between the hours of
8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Pacific Standard Time, Monday through
Friday or visit us online at www.babytrend.com.
Please fill out the prepaid registration post card attached to the
safety harness and mail it today.
Child restraints could be recalled for safety reasons. You must
register this restraint to be reached in a recall. Send your name,
address, email address if available, and the restraint’s model number
and manufacturing date to: Baby Trend, Inc., 1607 S. Campus
Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761 or call 1-800-328-7363 or register
online at: http://www.babytrend.com/registration.html.
For Recall information: Contact 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.
If You Need Help
Please contact our Customer Service Department with any questions
concerning your child restraint. When you contact us, please have
the model and manufactured in (date) ready. These numbers can be
found on a white label located on the bottom of the child restraint.
USA Toll Free: 1-800-328-7363
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (PST) Monday - Friday
or www.babytrend.com
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