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NUNA PIPA Type: Rear facing only Last date made: Current First
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NUNA
PIPA
Type: Rear facing only
Last date made: Current
First made: 2013
Weight limits: 4-32 lbs.
Harness: 5 pt. harness
Harness: Shoulder straps are attached to a splitter plate behind seat. Pull
strap end in front of seat to tighten harness. Push button at lower front of seat
and pull on shoulder straps to loosen. Lap straps are threaded through slots
near child’s hips to outside/underside of seat.
Harness slots: There are three sets of slots. To change shoulder strap slot
height, remove straps from splitter plate on back and rethread through
desired slots, then reattach to splitter plate. Harness straps must be
between child restraint and attachment bar (diagram 1)
Crotch strap: Adjustable. There are two slots; length is also adjustable.
Crotch strap is sewn to a metal anchor which must lie flat against underside
of seat. Use position closest to, but not under, child. To change position,
turn metal anchor sideways, feed through slot, and insert into desired slot.
To shorten length for smaller child, feed metal anchor through inner slot and
out through outer slot (diagram 2).
Angle adjustment: Recline adjustment foot is located beneath base
(diagram 3). Once extended, make sure it is locked into position. Angle
indicator is located on side of base. Bubble must touch black line
(diagram 4).
Belt path: If LATCH is not in use, leave connectors locked in place on side
of base (diagram 3).
With base: Unfold load leg from beneath base (diagram 5). Route
vehicle belt through openings in base, and under lock-off (diagram 6).
Tighten vehicle belt and close lock-off.
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Nuna Pipa
Belt Path:
With base (cont.): Once base is correctly installed, push
adjustment button on load leg and extend leg until foot makes contact
with vehicle floor. Lock leg into place using first position that firmly locks
leg into contact with vehicle floor. Make sure indicator on foot shows
green, not red (diagram 7). Load leg must not push base of restraint up
off of vehicle seat. If this occurs, choose another seating position, or reinstall base with load leg folded beneath base. Load leg may not be
used over vehicle floor storage compartment.
Without base: Lap portion of safety belt is routed through both
slots across top of restraint, over child. Shoulder portion, if present, may
either be routed through belt guide on back of seat (diagram 8), or may
rest against vehicle seat (diagram 9). The belt guide is NOT a lock-off.
You must lock safety belt. Line on child restraint handle must be level
with ground (diagram 10).
LATCH: Restraint has rigid LATCH connectors. Lower LATCH bars may
be used in center seating position only when the position is designated as
a LATCH location in vehicle owners manual and when spacing is 11
inches. Push release buttons on LATCH connectors (diagram 11)
and rotate connectors 180 degrees, making sure they are locked into
place. Unfold load leg from beneath base. Attach connectors to
vehicle lower anchors, making sure green is showing on connectors
(diagram 12). Restraint comes with optional plastic LATCH guides
for use with deeply recessed anchors (diagram 13).
Handle: There are three positions. Handle can be used in any
locked position in vehicle; however, handle must not contact any
portion of vehicle interior.
Other: Low birth weight pillow located inside infant insert should be
removed when child reaches 11 pounds.
Infant inserts and “head huggers” provided with the seat may be
removed to prevent these potential problems: pushes head forward (could
obstruct airway for newborn); interferes with harness; too wide for newborn;
too narrow for older baby.
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This child restraint may be installed
using both LATCH and the safety belt at
the same time, unless prohibited by vehicle
manufacturer.
Child restraint expires seven years
from date of manufacture.
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BRITAX
ADVOCATE (2013)
Type: Convertible
Last date made: Current
First made: 2013
Weight limits: 5 to 40 lbs. rear-facing,
20 to 65 lbs.* forward-facing
Harness: 5-point harness
Weight of restraint: 21 lbs.
* The Advocate 70G3 has a similar appearance but higher forwardfacing weight limit. See separate instructions when working with that
restraint.
Harness: The shoulder straps are attached to a splitter plate behind the
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seat. Both strap ends are attached to one hook on the splitter plate. Pull
slack out of lap straps up toward shoulders and pull adjuster strap end in
front of seat to tighten harness. Restraint has Click & Safe™ audible
harness snugness indicator. The indicator may click indicating harness is
tight prematurely; check harness for tightness. Lift the adjuster lever at
lower front of seat and pull on harness retainer clip to loosen. The lap
straps are threaded through slots near
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child’s hips to the bottom of the seat so
that the metal anchor lies flat against the
shell underneath the seat. HUGS®
elastomer (rubber-like) pads on shoulder
straps may be removed when rear-facing
if desired, but must be used when
forward-facing.
Harness slots: There is one set of slots, which may be raised or lowered by squeezing handle
at top of headrest and sliding into desired position (diagram 1).
Crotch strap: There are two positions. Inner slot must be used when rear-facing if restraint is
installed using safety belt; switch to outer slot when buckle is under child or when child is 30 lbs.
and above and is forward-facing. To change position, turn buckle webbing and slide it between
positions (diagram 2). Position buckle in slot closest to, but not under, child for rear-facing use
when using LATCH.
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Britax Advocate (2013)
Angle adjustment: See diagram 3.
Pull handle located on base under front
edge of seat. Restraint must be fully
reclined (position 3), when used rearfacing Use only positions 1 or 2 for
forward-facing installation. Position 1
must be used if installing restraint with
a lap-only belt and child weighs more than 40 lbs.
Belt path: If LATCH is not in use, store connectors in slots in rear of
base.
If installing restraint with inflatable safety belt, do not use lockoffs on child restraint. Route safety belt through appropriate
belt path and lock retractor to secure child restraint. As of
January, 2014, the only inflatable belts permitted for use when
installing this restraint are Ford Motor Company belts. Other inflatable
belts have not been tested and may not be used.
Rear-facing: Vehicle belt is routed under child’s legs through
slots on each side of shell (diagram 4). Loosen harness, remove belly
pad, raise child seat headrest, and pull seat pad forward to expose
rear-facing belt path. Use only lock-off closest to buckle. Open both blue
locking tab and clamp (diagram 5). Remove slack from lap belt by pulling
on shoulder belt while pushing down on seat. Close lock-off over both
portions of safety belt. Use of lock-offs is not necessary if vehicle belt
locking device, such as locking retractor or locking latchplate, is engaged.
Do not use lock-off with lap-only belt.
Forward-facing: Vehicle belt is threaded through side slots behind
shell over metal bars (diagram 6). Use only lock-off closest to buckle.
Open both green tab and clamp (diagram 7). Remove slack from lap belt
by pulling on shoulder belt while pushing down on seat. Close lock-off over
both portions of safety belt. Use of lock-offs is not necessary if vehicle belt
locking device, such as locking retractor or locking latchplate, is engaged.
Do not use lock-off with lap-only belt. Use recline position 1 if installing
with lap-only belt and child weighs more than 40 lbs.
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Britax Advocate (2013)
LATCH: Two separate lower LATCH straps are attached to metal bars
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located on sides of seat. For rear-facing installation, recline seat to
position 3. Slide straps toward front of seat. For forward-facing
installation, recline seat to positions 1 or 2. Slide straps toward rear of
seat. Discontinue use of LATCH when child is over 40 lbs. Lower
LATCH bars may be used in center seating position when
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position is designated as a LATCH location in vehicle owner's
manual or when distance between bars is between 11 and 20
inches and vehicle manufacturer permits their use (refer to
LATCH manual).
Tether: Yes, for forward- and rear-facing use. Store tether in
pouch at top of seat when not in use. Seat has a rip-stitch
tether. A loop of webbing is sewn with colored stitching into
each end of tether; if the stitching is broken and loops pulled
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through backside of restraint (diagram 8), discontinue use of restraint.
Rear-facing use: Tether may be used to help stability of installation
(diagram 9). To anchor, loop tether connector strap provided (diagram 10)
around a fixed vehicle belt anchor or vehicle seat leg and attach tether hook
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to metal D-ring. These anchor locations do not need to be designated as
tether anchors by vehicle manufacturer. Do not attach connector strap to
any location where it will be disturbed if front seat passenger slides vehicle
seat forward or back. Test by adjusting vehicle seat as far as possible in
both directions after installation. Tether strap may also be routed toward
back of vehicle and attached to tether anchor (diagram 9, a). Do not over
tighten tether.
Forward-facing use: Tether must be attached to vehicle
manufacturer’s specified tether anchor point. Do not use tether connector strap.
Other: Britax prefers use of lock-offs over seat belt since this does not require caregivers to
understand the latchplate and retractor combination in the vehicle.
Do not carry the seat by its adjuster strap or harness, as the adjuster and/or the webbing
could be damaged.
Infant insert/body pillow (diagram 11) must be used in rear-facing mode when child
weighs 22 lbs. or less. Discontinue use when child weighs more than 22 lbs. Do not use in
forward-facing mode, regardless of child’s weight.
Restraint expires seven years from date of manufacture.
Important: This information sheet is not a substitute for complete manufacturer’s directions and current recall list.
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BABY TREND
HYBRID 3-IN-1 CAR SEAT
Type: Combination
Last date made: Current
First made: 2013
Weight limits: 22-50 lbs. with harness. At least 3 years and 30100 lbs. when used as highback booster; at least 4 years and 40100 lbs. when used as no back booster.
Harness: 5 point harness to 50 lbs. (removable)
Weight of restraint: 15 lbs.
Harness: Shoulder straps are attached to splitter plate behind restraint.
Lap straps are threaded through slots near child’s hips and run straight
across under the seat shell. The shoulder straps are attached to a
splitter plate behind seat. Pull strap end in front of seat to tighten
harness. Push button at lower front of seat and pull on shoulder straps
to loosen.
Harness Slots: There four sets of slots. Remove straps from splitter
plate, feed through front of restraint, thread through desired slots and
reattach straps to splitter plate.
Crotch Strap: Not adjustable.
Angle Adjustment: None.
Belt Path: If LATCH is not in use, leave connectors on back of restraint
(diagram 1).
Tether not in use with harness, lap-only belt or lap/shoulder
belt: Route vehicle belt through slots behind restraint (diagrams 2 & 3).
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Baby Trend Hybrid 3-In-1 Car Seat
Tether in use with harness, lap only belt or lap/
shoulder belt: Route vehicle belt as shown in diagram 4.
Adjust the shoulder belt on the side nearest the buckle to be
up and over armrest and through Toddler Shoulder Belt
Guide (diagram 5).
Without harness: Use vehicle lap shoulder belt to
secure child, placing shoulder belt through shoulder belt
guide on headrest. To adjust headrest, grasp it at top and
move into one of six locked positions (diagram 6). Do not use body
pillow in booster mode. When using as backless booster, shoulder
belt adjuster strap must be used. Adjuster strap is stored beneath
seat pad. Attach strap to booster base by threading clip through slot
on back of booster base opposite of vehicle belt buckle (diagram 7).
Attach clip to shoulder belt, so that opening faces forward (diagram 8)
and adjust so that belt is snug and centered over child’s shoulder.
LATCH: Lower LATCH bars may be used in center seating position
only when position is designated as a LATCH location in vehicle
owner’s manual, and spacing between bars is 11 inches (refer to Safe
Ride News LATCH manual). LATCH may be used to 50 lbs. unless
vehicle manufacturer specifies lower anchor weight limits. Disconnect
LATCH connectors from storage location on back of restraint (diagram
1, pg. 1). If restraint is tethered, route LATCH strap as shown in
diagram 9. If restraint is not tethered, rout LATCH strap as shown in
diagram 10.
Tether: Yes, for use with harness whenever possible; optional when in
highback booster mode.
Other: LATCH and tether may be used in booster mode to provide
additional stability.
Discontinue use of body insert when child’s shoulders are at or
above top harness slots.
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Harness and
backrest expire six years
from date of manufacture;
booster base expires ten
years from date of
manufacture.
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BOOSTAPAK
DOREL SAFETY 1ST
Type: Backless booster
Last date made: Current
First made: 2013
Weight limits: 40-80 lbs. Child must be at least four years
old.
Harness: No harness. Vehicle shoulder and lap belt are
required.
Backrest: N/A
Belt path: Armrests must be upright and locked into place when restraint is
in use. To unlock, press red buttons on sides of armrests and unfold
armrests (diagram 1). Use vehicle lap-shoulder belt to restrain child. Route
both sides of lap belt and lower end of shoulder belt under armrest guides
(diagram 2).
Tether and LATCH: N/A
Other: Belt positioning clip must be used at all times, and must be
attached to metal ring on restraint on vehicle buckle side. Thread
looped end of belt positioning clip through metal ring (diagram 3), then
thread clip through looped end (diagram 4) and tighten. Attach
positioning clip to vehicle shoulder belt, and adjust such that vehicle
shoulder belt crosses child’s shoulder (diagram 2). Positioning clip
strap must be behind child and clip even with child’s shoulder
(diagram 5).
Remove belt positioning clip when using restraint as
backpack; store clip under back flap (diagram 6).
Do not overstuff backpack, as this will not allow booster seat
to sit properly on vehicle seat.
DOREL brands include: COSCO, EDDIE BAUER, SAFETY
1st, MAXI COSI, ALPHA ELITE and ALPHA SPORT.
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Important: This information sheet is not a substitute for complete manufacturer’s directions and current recall list.
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