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Flare Stroller
Instruction Manual
Read all instructions BEFORE assembly and USE of product. KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE
USE. Record the following information for quick reference. Note: Illustrations are only representative and not actual.
Attach copy of sales receipt.
Date Purchased:________________________________ _Model Number: _________
- _______ Color _________________________________________________
Located on the rear right leg.
Parts List
Fabric Pattern ____________________________________________________
Make sure you have all the parts listed below before using your stroller. If any parts are missing,
call Consumer Service at 1-800-667-4111.
Handle
Canopy
Main Body
Name of Parts
Cup Holder
Front Wheels
(x2)
Rear Wheels
(x2)
1 Handle Grip
2 Carry Strap
3 Folding Levers
4 Canopy
5 Seat Cushion
6 Canopy Lever
7 Canopy Holder
8 Waist Belt
9 Armrest
10 Guardrail
14 Seat Cushion Clasp
15 Reclining Belt
16 Reclining Buckle
17 Seat Cushion Snap
11 Basket
12 Foot Rest
13 Swivel Lock Lever
ISIS Inc. • 2260 Guenette • St. Laurent (Québec) • H4R 2M7
Consumer Service 1-800-667-4111
TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND
WARNINGS: FAILURE
WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
ALL OPERATING AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY AN ADULT.
In the event of damage or problems, discontinue use and contact Consumer Service
for instructions: 1-800-667-4111.
Avoid serious injury
from falling out or
sliding out. Always
use restraint system.
DO NOT LIFT AND cARRY
the stroller while occupied.
The stroller may fold.
Do not allow your child to
stand in or on the stroller.
Never carry more than one
child in stroller. Do not allow a
child to ride or sit on areas of
the stroller other than seat.
NEVER LEAVE CHILD
UNATTENDED.
Do not use the stroller on
steep slopes, stairs, escalators,
beaches, rough roads, mud, etc.
Do not hang items on the
handle or place items on canopy.
This could cause the stroller to
become unbalanced or tip over.
Always engage both brakes
when parking the stroller.
Do not allow children to
lean over sides of stroller. It
may become unbalanced and tip
over.
Excessive weight in basket
(or items placed in basket
which overflow the top or
side of basket) may cause a
hazardous condition. Do not
load more than 10 lbs. (4.5kg)
in the basket.
Completely remove all
plastic bags and packing
materials before using this
product to prevent a possible
choking hazard.
When Combi Shuttle or
Centre infant seat is attached,
ALWAYS ensure it is secure by
pulling up on the handle.
ALWAYS secure your child
with the infant carriers 5-point
harness before using it with the
stroller.
The guardrail MUST be
attached to the stroller before
attaching the infant carrier.
To ensure your child’s safety,
please refer to the Combi Shuttle
or Centre instruction manual
before using it with this stroller.
If unable to securely attach
the Combi Shuttle or Centre to
your stroller, discontinue use and
contact Consumer Affairs.
DO NOT carry stroller by
using the Combi Shuttle or
Centre infant car seat handle.
TIPPING HAZARD: DO NOT
place weight on rear of infant
seat while attached to the
stroller. This could cause the
stroller to become unbalanced
and tip over.
This stroller is designed to
be pushed at a normal walking
speed. This is not a jogging
stroller.
To avoid finger entrapment or pinching, use care
when folding and unfolding the
stroller. Be certain the stroller
is fully erected and locked in
position before allowing your
child near the stroller.
Use only the Combi Shuttle or
Centre infant carrier with this
stroller.
Child must be 6 months old to
use this stroller. This stroller
does not have a full recline
feature. Do not use this
stroller with an infant.
Maximum weight of child must
not exceed 55 lbs. (25 kg).
Total Maximum Weight of
Canopy pocket MUST not
exceed 1.0 lbs.(0.45 kg).
Stroller is intended for
walking speed only. DO NOT use
while jogging, skating, etc.
All products specifications are subject to change without notice. Sizes and weights are intended as guides and are approximations.
Combi® reserves the right to modify the products in its line during the course of the year. Non contractual media. Colors are as accurate as the media in which they appear allows.
©Combi USA, Inc. 2004
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Assembling the Stroller
1. Remove stroller and rear wheel assemblies from the plastic bag.
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2. Remove canopy by detaching rubber
bands.
3. Remove front wheel assemblies, guardrail and stroller handle from inside the
stroller.
4. Lift locking lever from stroller frame and
open stroller.
5. Grasp right and left steel tubes and snap
the stroller away from you to open.
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6. Insert stroller handle into frame by pressing chrome buttons into the back of the
stroller frame. Push handle down until
the chrome buttons lock into both sides
of the handle.
7. While lifting up on gray tube (figure A),
attach long gray tabs from handle to the
round gray tabs on each side of stroller.
8. Secure the handle by lifting the folding
levers on each side of stroller until the
gray tabs lock into position.
(figure A)
Attaching & Removing the Front Swivel Wheels
1. Turn stroller over and remove
packaging material from stroller
frame.
2.Insert the front wheels onto
the stroller leg. Make sure the
swivel wheel lever is behind the
stroller leg and released. You
will hear a click when the wheel
is properly attached.
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Removing the Swivel Wheels
Press in the square button located at the
bottom of the wheel holder while pulling
the assembly off of the swivel shaft.
Release Button
Attaching the Rear Wheels
1. Stand behind the stroller.
3. Locate the small chrome pin on each rear stroller leg.
4.Insert the leg into the
wheel assembly until the
small chrome pin locks
into the opening.
2. Locate the small opening on each rear wheel
assembly.
Attaching the Seat Cushion
1. Stand behind the stroller and wrap the top of
the seat cushion around the stroller frame.
CAUTION
If seat cushion is ripped or torn, do not use.
Do not use the stroller without the seat
cushion.
2. Attach both top right and left seat cushion
clips to the tabs on the stroller frame.
3. Attach bottom right and left seat cushion
snaps to the hooks on the stroller frame.
WARNING
Using the Cup Holder
Weight in cup holder must not
exceed 1 lb.
1. With guardrail removed, attach cup holder
over guardrail post.
2. Reattach guardrail to secure cup holder.
Attaching the Canopy
CAUTION
Failure to fully secure the canopy holders can cause the
holders to bend. When storing the stroller by laying it
down, be sure the canopy is off the ground to prevent it
from bending.
Attaching the Canopy
1.Confirm the canopy is facing in the proper direction.
2. Fully insert the canopy holder (male) into the canopy holder (female) until a click is heard.
3. Fasten the canopy velcro together around the handle (2
places).
Removing the Canopy
Pull the velcro apart, squeeze the bottom of the canopy holders (male) and pull the canopy up from above the canopy
holder (female). This must be done on both sides of the
canopy to completely remove it.
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Using the Swivel Wheels
Using the Brakes
To lock brakes,
CAUTION
push both
Push the strollbrake levers
er forward to
down.
ensure that the
brakes are propTo unlock
erly engaged.
brakes, lift
both brake
levers up.
To lock swivels, lift both
swivel lock levers up.
To unlock swivels, push
both swivel lock levers
down.
CAUTION
Using the Reclining Backrest
Strollers which offer a partial recline
are suitable for children that have fully
developed neck muscles (typically 5-6
months of age) or when the baby can
fully support his/her head. We do not
recommend placing a newborn in a partially reclining stroller.
Be careful when reclining the backrest
while baby is in the stroller to prevent
abrupt changes in seating position.
1. Lift the end of the reclining
buckle and move it to the left
to recline the seat.
2.Pull the reclining strap toward
the right to bring the seat
upright.
3.Do not attempt to pass the
double stitching on the end
of the belt.
Using the Guardrail
WARNING
Pull on each side of the Guardrail to make
sure that it is completely attached. Do not
lift the stroller by the Guardrail.
Attaching the Guardrail Push the guardrail onto the guardrail posts on
the armrest until they lock in place. Check to make sure each side is firmly
attached.
Removing the Guardrail Press the buttons on each side of the armrest while
pulling the guardrail away from the armrest to remove.
Using the Waist Belt
Warning
1. Place the crotch belt
between baby’s legs and
fasten the waist belt buckles together.
2. To adjust waist belt, pull
up the slack on each side
of buckle.
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3. After adjusting the waist
belt, make sure it is fastened securely.
Avoid serious injury from falling or
sliding out. Always use the waist belt.
Waist belt must be threaded through
harness loops at all times.
Harness Loops
Folding the Stroller
1.Lock both front swivel wheels.
2.Empty the basket.
3.Fold the canopy by lifting the canopy levers.
5.Tilt handle back and fold.
4.Lift the folding levers on both sides of the
handle.
6. Fold handle inward and lock with the folding latch.
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CAUTION
Removing the Basket
Do not place more than 10 lbs. in the basket.
Remove all items from the basket before folding the
stroller.
1. Loop the front strap of the basket over the seat
frame and snap together.
2. Loop the rear straps of the basket through the
waist belt and snap together.
Note: If your stroller did not come with
an infant carrier, one may be purchased
seperately
Attaching the Combi Shuttle or Centre Infant Seat
1.Attach the guardrail and gently pull up to ensure it is secure.
2.Recline the backrest to the lowest position.
Removing the Combi Shuttle or
Centre Infant Seat
3.Insert the Combi Shuttle or Centre infant carrier and push the
seat down into the stroller to lock it into position.
1. Squeeze red release lever on
infant carrier back and lift carrier out
of the stroller. (Figure c)
4.Combi Shuttle or Centre infant carrier back will rest on the
guardrail.
5.Always check that the infant carrier is secure by gently lifting
up on the carriers handle.
(Figure C)
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Routine Maintenance
Store in a cool and dry area, especially in the summer. Do not store the stroller in the trunk of
a vehicle.
fabric care
Hand wash with brush. Wipe out excess water with a dry cloth and dry in a shaded area. For stubborn
dirt, dilute a mild detergent and apply directly to the dirty area. Wipe out the detergent.
main body
Briskly wipe off any mud and dirt. To clean the body, wipe with a damp cloth then wipe out any traces
of moisture on the body with a dry cloth. The main body might become moldy and musty if not wiped
dry.
Excessive exposure to the sun could cause premature color fading of stroller
plastic and fabric.
wheel assemblies
After prolonged normal use, the wheels of your stroller may not swivel or turn as easily as when the
stroller was new. This is usually due to a buildup of dirt in the swivel mechanism. Before adding lubrication, remove the swivel wheels by pressing in the release button and wiping off mud and dirt. Do
not use soap and water to wash wheels. Periodically check that all screws, bolts and nuts are tight.
Avoid lubricating the swivel wheels whenever possible. Excessive lubrication or adding lubricant to
swivel wheels when new may cause them to develop a shimmy or wobble that may quicken their
deterioration. Add silicone* to the wheel assemblies in small amounts.
Do not use lubricants because oil attracts dust and would hinder the movement rather than
improve it.
*Silicone spray is available in varying size cans at most hardware stores.
Trouble Shooting
Front Swivel
Wheel
stroller wILL NOT fold
- Check to see that the waist belt is not caught in the side.
- Make sure front swivels are locked.
- Remove all items from the basket.
difficult to steer/stroller pulls to one side
- Remove any items hanging from the handle.
- Make sure weight in basket is distributed evenly.
- Check that the brakes are not in the locked position.
- Clean and add silicone to wheels, if necessary.
difficult to get up curbs
- Pulling stroller backward makes going
up a curb difficult, and could pose a safety hazard.
Pull the handle up to lift the rear wheels
onto the curb, then pull the stroller backward
until the front wheels clear.
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Rear Wheel
LIMITED WARRANTY
1. Combi® brand products, when purchased from an authorized retailer, are warranted to the original purchaser to be free of defect in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from
date of purchase. Warranty is valid for product purchased and used in compliance with the warrantor’s use and maintenance instructions. Save your carton and receipt in case of return for warranty,
service is necessary.
2. During the warranty period your Combi® product will either be repaired or replaced, at the warrantor’s discretion, without charge if it is purchased from an authorized dealer and is found to be
defective in workmanship or materials. For service, call 1-800-667-4111. The warrantor shall not be
responsible for any costs incurred by the consumer in returning a defective product for repair.
This limited warranty shall not apply to normal wear to the product, or if the product has been:
a. Damaged due to accidents, misuse, abuse or neglect as determined by ISIS Inc.
b. Tampered with or repaired by other than an authorized Combi® repair center or with parts other
than Combi® approved parts.
c. Used, leased or rented for commercial use.
THE WARRANTY PROVIDED HEREIN IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. WARRANTOR’S OBLIGATIONS AND THE
CONSUMER’S OR OTHER BUYER’S REMEDIES UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE ARE EXCLUSIVE
AND ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS STATED. ANY CLAIM FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AGAINST THE WARRANTOR AND ANY SUPPLIER OR DEALER ARE HEREBY
ALSO EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.
Some provinces limit or do not allow exclusions or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts
so the above limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which vary from province to province.
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Flare Stroller
Instruction Manual
If you would like to place an order for the replacement parts, please fill out the form below and
return to the following address:
ISIS Inc.
2260 Guenette
St. Laurent (Québec)
H4R 2M7
IMPORTANT:
or Fax this completed form to
514-344-3296
We must have this information to process your order:
Model Number: ______________ Color & Pattern of Fabric: _______________________________________________________
Located on the rear right leg.
Parts List for the Flare only.
Price
Quantity
Total
1. Canopy
2. Basket
3. Standard Guardrail
4. Guardrail Cover
5. Rear Wheel Assemblies (left and right sides)
6. Front Wheel Assemblies (left and right sides)
7. Handle
8. Carrying Strap
9. Cup Holder
If you need to order other parts for your stroller, please call us toll-free at
1-800-667-4111.
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ISIS Inc. • 2260 Guenette • St. Laurent (Québec) • H4R 2M7
Consumer Service 1-800-667-4111
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