Mountain Buggy Buggy Range Outside Cover User manual

Mountain Buggy Buggy Range Outside Cover User manual
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haven
™
with safeguard
™
Group 1, 2, 3
Suitable for Children
9 – 36kg
The haven™ with safeguard™ complies with requirements
applicable in market of sale
For rights & remedies, refer www.mountainbuggy.com/warranty
Please register your product purchase through our online warranty
registration by visiting: www.mountainbuggy.com/register
mountainbuggy.com
Congratulations on choosing
your new car seat!
Product Care
Safety Warnings
Features
Instructions
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Product care
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Group 1, 2, 3
Suitable for children 9 to 36kg.
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND MUST
BE KEPT WITH THE SEAT FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
This product should be used forward
facing until the child is too large for the
seat or exceeds 36kgs.
This product should never be used
rearward facing.
CLEANING & CARING
Check your car seat for cuts & bruises. If your product
is damaged in any way, or you’re not sure how to use
it, please consult our web support from where you can
access a local customer care team.
Caring for your car seat
Unlike children, your car seat likes to stay clean.
Cleaning the fabric cover:
• Read the label on the removable cover for washing instructions.
• Hand wash in warm water only.
• DO NOT tumble dry.
• The fabric cover can be easily removed for washing.
1. Remove the cover and machine wash it at 30ºC; line
dry only.
2. To replace the cover follow the instructions above
in reverse.
Product care
Cleaning the seat:
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Sponge clean only. Use hand soap and warm water.
DO NOT use solvents, detergents or washing up liquids as these may weaken the seat.
DO NOT lubricate or oil any part of the seat.
DO NOT wring.
Dry thoroughly before storage.
Store in a well ventilated space, away from direct sunlight which could damage or fade your product.
Store in a safe place when it is not being used. Avoid placing heavy objects on top of it.
DO NOT allow to come into contact with corrosive substances e.g. battery acid.
The correct use and maintenance of your car seat
will ensure it gives long and trouble free use. When
somebody else is using your car seat, ensure that
they also know how to use it and especially the
correct way to adjust it. The safety of your child is your
responsibility.
IMPORTANT
Please read thoroughly before commencing
installation as an incorrect installation could be
dangerous.
• Only suitable for use in vehicles fitted with a three-point seat belt approved under UN/ECE 16 or equivalent standard.
• The category of this child restraint system is “SEMI-UNIVERSAL” and it is suitable for installation in the vehicles and in the seat positions indicated in the vehicle list on
mountainbuggy.com.
• Other vehicles and seat positions may also be suitable for this restraint system.
• If in doubt, consult the manufacturer, retailer or certified installer.
If your vehicle is fitted with ISOFIT fastening points
the seat can be fitted using its ISOFIT connectors.
CONSULT THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR YOUR
VEHICLE TO LOCATE THE FASTENING POINTS OF
THE ISOFIT SYSTEM. IF IN DOUBT, CONSULT YOUR
CAR DEALERSHIP.
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Safety Warnings
WARNINGS
• PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN
THIS MANUAL AND IN THE VEHICLE
OWNER’S MANUAL RELATED TO CAR
SEATS CAREFULLY AND UNDERSTAND
THEM. INSTALL AND USE THE CAR SEAT AS
DESCRIBED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
FAILURE TO DO THIS COULD RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH OF YOUR
CHILD.
• Do not remove any labels on the car seat.
Important information is contained on the
labels.
• Do not use a car seat that has been in a
crash. A crash can cause damage to the
car seat that you cannot see.
• Do not replace the car seat cover with any
other than the ones we recommend as
these parts are integral to the car seat’s
performance.
• Do not use a second-hand car seat or
car seat whose history you do not know.
The rigid items and plastic parts of a child
restraint must be so located and installed
that they are not liable, during everyday
use of the vehicle to become trapped by a
movable seat or in a door of the vehicle.
• Do not use on the vehicle seats that face
the sides or rear of the vehicle. Use the
car seat only on the vehicle seats that face
forward.
• Do not use in any configuration not shown
in the instructions.
• Never use this car seat with 2 point vehicle
belts.
• Do not use a car seat with damaged or
missing parts.
• Do not modify or attempt to modify the car
seat in any way.
• Do not take apart or attempt to take apart
Safety Warnings
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this car seat except as instructed in this
manual.
Do not use belt routing methods not shown
in these instructions.
Do not use any load bearing contact
points other than those described in the
instructions and marked on the child
restraint.
Do not allow children to play with or adjust
the car seat.
Do not use this car seat in a passenger
seat with an active airbag unless the
vehicle manufacturer confirms that it is
safe.
This child restraint should be securely
belted in the vehicle even when not in use.
In a crash or sudden stop, an unsecured
car seat may injure other occupants. Make
sure to properly secure any loose objects,
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such as luggage or books, in your car as
they may cause injuries in the event of an
accident.
Never leave your child unattended in a car
even for a short time.
Never take your child out of the car seat
when the vehicle is moving.
This car seat is designed to be used only
in vehicles; do not use outside of vehicles.
Never use this car seat without the child
safety seat cover.
Hot! Cover the car seat when left in direct
sunlight. Parts of a car seat may become
too hot for the child's skin. Always check
surfaces before placing a child in the car
seat.
Any straps holding the restraint to the
vehicle should be tight, that device
restraining the child should be adjusted to
the child's body, and that straps should not
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Safety Warnings
be twisted; ensuring that any lap strap is
worn low down, so that the pelvis is firmly
engaged.
• Don’t let the adult safety-belt buckle
interfere with the main load bearing
contact points on the car seat. Please
contact the car seat manufacturer if in
doubt about this point.
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Safety Warnings
Do not use on
a passenger
seat with a
front airbag.
On outer rear seat
YES
On centre rear seat with
3-point belt
YES
On a rearward-facing seat
NO
On seats facing sidewards
NO
On rear seat with lapbelt only
NO
Front seat with airbag off
YES
Safety Warnings
CHECKLIST BEFORE USE
Haven with Safeguard (9–18kg child)
Haven without Safeguard (15–36kg child)
Inspect
• Child restraint free of damage
Inspect
• Child restraint free of damage
Verify Child within Size Range
• Weight: between 9kg and 18kg
Verify Child within Size Range
• Weight: between 15kg and 36kg
• Height: eyes below top of backrest
Install Child Restraint Forward-Facing in Safe
Location in Vehicle
• Vehicle seats that face front of vehicle only
• Child facing front of vehicle
• Compatible vehicle seat belts
• Belt path followed
• Tight against vehicle seat
Install Child Restraint Forward-Facing in Safe
Location in Vehicle
• Vehicle seats that face front of vehicle only
• Child facing front of vehicle
• Compatible vehicle seat belts
• Belt path followed
• Tight against vehicle seat
Secure Child Properly in Booster
• Correct vehicle belt fit (across shoulder and lap)
• Vehicle seat belt not twisted
• Vehicle lap belt under arm rests
• Vehicle shoulder belt under arm rest and passes through shoulder belt guide
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Features
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01Headrest
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Shoulder Belt Guide
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Protection Flank
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Belt Guide
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FIX Connector
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FIX Adjustment Button
07Seat
08Safeguard
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ISOFIT guider sleeve
Features
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Backrest Adjust Button
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Belt Guide
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Backrest Cover
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Backrest Angle Supporting stop
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Belt Guide
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Base Adjustor
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Instructions
ADJUSTING BACKREST AND HEADREST
Backrest Angle Adjustment
There are 2 positions for the Backrest.
1. Push outwards the Adjustment Stops on the two
sides and the backrest can be adjusted into Upright
Position.
2. Push inwards the Adjustment Stops on the two
sides and the backrest can be adjusted into Recline
Position.
NOTICE:
Please confirm the position of the Adjustment Stops
on the two sides before use. Please Do NOT use the
car seat when the position of the adjustment stops are
inconsistent.
Instructions
Base Supporting Angle Adjustment
While used as group 1, the car seat Base Adjustor can
be pulled out to adjust the base angle.
WARNING:
The car seat Base Adjustor is only used for group 1
(from 9–18kg).
Please do not pull out the Base Adjustor for group 2
and 3 (from 15–36kg).
Adjusting Backrest Height
Hold the Release Handle on the back of the backrest
and push/pull up and down at the same time to adjust
the height of the backrest. (The Protection Flanks will
open automatically when adjust the backrest height to
fit the body of the baby.)
NOTICE:
Please adjust the car seat Backrest height according to
the height of the baby to make the Headrest height and
Protection Flank width suitable to protect the baby.
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Instructions
ISOFIT instruction
Note:
Please install the ISOFIT guider sleeve onto the ISOFIT
anchorage (1) when connect the ISOFIT connector to
the anchorages which is between the vehicle seat
surface and the vehicle back. See diagrams:
Instructions
Pinch the FIX
Adjustment Buttons
on the two sides and
push out the legs.
Child Restraint with Safeguard (9-18kg Child)
WARNING:
In order to use the restraint as group 1 (from 9 to 18
kg) it should be used along with the safeguard.
The car seat MUST be used with a 3 point vehicle seat
belt when used as a child restraint with
safeguard.
Pull the car seat
outwards to ensure
the FIX Connectors
are locked well.
Push the car seat backwards till the car seat
backrest is against the vehicle seat backrest.
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Instructions
Put the baby into the car seat and insert the safeguard in the front.
Meanwhile, pull the vehicle belt latch plate, route the vehicle shoulder and
lap belt through the belt guides on the two sides of the safeguard and lock
the vehicle belt latch plate into the belt buckle on the other side. Settle and
tighten the vehicle belt.
WARNING:
Check and ensure the FIX Connectors on the two sides has been locked correctly. Check and ensure the safeguard has been installed into the car seat
correctly and restrainted by the 3 point Vehicle Belt.
How to take the child out of the restraint
• Unfasten the vehicle seat belt, and open the safeguard.
• Take the child out of the restraint system.
• Fit the safeguard again and fasten the seat belt.
WARNING: Safeguard should always be secured in vehicle when not in use.
Removing the restraint from the car (group 1)
• Unfasten the vehicle seat belt.
• Pass the seat belt through the guides on the safeguard and
remove it.
• Pinch the FIX Release Buttons on the two sides to release the
FIX Connectors.
• Take the restraint off the vehicle seat.
Instructions
Child Restraint without Safeguard (15-36kg Child)
5a
The child seat MUST be used with a 3 point vehicle
seat belt when used as a booster. Safeguard will need
to be removed.
Put the car seat on the vehicle seat, align it with the
ISOFIT interface in the vehicle seat and push forward.
“Click” will be heard when the FIX Connectors are
locked.
5b
5c
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Instructions
1. Put the child seat on a forward-facing vehicle seat
(5a).
2. Have the child sit on the booster seat so their back
contacts the backrest from shoulders to bottom. (5c)
3. Adjust the headrest to fit the child. so the vehicle
belt passes over the center of the child’s shoulder.
(5b)
4. Position the vehicle belt over the child. Make sure
the vehicle lap belt passes under both armrests of the
booster seat, and the vehicle shoulder belt passes
under the armrest on the side where the seat belt is
buckled and through the upper belt guide. Check that
the vehicle belt is not twisted and then buckle it. (5c)
WARNING
• Make sure the lap section of the vehicle
belt rests as low as possible over the child's
hips and that the shoulder section of the
vehicle belt is positioned over the centre of
the child's shoulder.
• Verifiy that the vehicle buckle does not
interfere with the armrest or side of the
booster seat. If it does, move the car seat
to another vehicle seating position.
• Do not route the vehicle belt using any
other path when using this car seat. For
assistance contact your retailer or Mountain
Buggy.
• Do not use 2 point vehicle belts to install
this car seat.
• Only install this car seat on forward-facing
vehicle seats.
Instructions
REMOVING THE COVER
1. Remove the headrest cover. (6a)
2. Remove the backrest cover. (6b)
3. Remove the cushion cover. (6c)
REMOVING THE COVER
The plastic shell of the seat is comprised of two layers
(inner and outer) with a small gap between. Secure the
cover by feeding it between the two layers as shown in
the diagrams, beginning at the headrest and working
down to the seat cushion.
6a
6b
6c
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Instructions
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Periodically inspect your car seat for worn or
damaged parts. If damaged parts are found,
replace the child seat.
COVER
The fabric parts can be cleaned according to
the instructions on the washing label.
© Phil and Teds Most Excellent Buggy Company Ltd 2012.
We (Phil and Teds Most Excellent Buggy Company Ltd) own the intellectual property rights in our brands, designs and inventions featured in this
publication. These include, without limitation, the phil~teds, adapt~survive!, ~, INLINE trade marks and INLINE DOUBLE BUGGY shape. We actively
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Mountain Buggy Australasia
102-112 Daniell Street
Newtown, Wellington 6021
New Zealand / Nouvelle-Zélande.
+ 64 4 3800 833
EUR
Mountain Buggy Europe
Klavermaten 37C
7472 DD Hof van Twente (Goor)
NETHERLANDS / Pays-Bas.
+ 31 (0) 547 352 727
USA/CAN
Mountain Buggy USA
221 Jefferson Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524
USA.
1 800 916 8442
FRA
8075-03
@
Mountain Buggy France
15 rue Gertrude Bell
56000 Vannes
FRANCE.
+ 33 (0) 2 97 44 88 26
[email protected]
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