Combi 4010 Stroller User Manual

Savona TS/PM
Stroller
4010 Series
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: 4010
- _______ Color ___________________________________________________
Located on the rear right leg.
Attach copy of sales receipt.
Parts List
Fabric Pattern
Make sure you have all the parts listed below before using your stroller. If any parts are
missing, call Consumer affairs at 1-800-99-COMBI.
Kid’s Tray
Warranty
Card
Rear Wheels
Canopy
Perfect Match™
Guardrail
Main Body
Front Wheel
x2
Instruction
Manual
Cupholder
Travel System Guardrail
Name of Parts
14 Viewing Window
15 Player Storage
Pocket
1 Handle Grip
2 Pivot Handle Button
16 Cupholder
3 Folding Lever
4 Speaker Pockets
17 Folding Levers
(Inside Canopy)
5 Canopy
Back of Canopy
5 Canopy Lever
6 Seat Cushion
7 5-Point Harness
18 Infant Car
Seat/Carrier Locks
19 Travel System
Guardrail
8 Kid’s Tray
9 Armrest
10 Brake Lever
20 Perfect Match™
Guardrail
20 Folding Latch
11 Basket
12 Footrest
13 Swivel Lock Lever
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WARNINGS For your child’s safety:
If your stroller is not used in compliance with these instructions, serious injury may result.
In the event of damage or problems,
discontinue use and contact Combi
Consumer affairs for instructions:
1-800-99-COMBI.
WARNING
WARNING
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY FROM
FALLING OR SLIDING OUT.
ALWAYS USE 5-POINT HARNESS.
WARNING
NEVER LEAVE CHILD
UNATTENDED.
Pulling stroller backward makes going
up a curb difficult, and could pose a
safety hazard. See Page 11 of this manual for
more information.
WARNING
DO NOT ALLOW CHILD TO LEAN
OVER SIDES OF STROLLER. IT
MAY BECOME UNBALANCED
AND TIP OVER.
WARNING
DO NOT LIFT AND CARRY
the stroller while open with a
child in it. The stroller may slip.
WARNING
Do not use the stroller
on steep slopes, stairs,
escalators, beaches, rough
roads, mud, etc.
WARNING
Excessive weight in basket (or
items placed in basket which
overflow the top or side of
basket) may cause a hazardous
condition to exist.
WARNING
TO AVOID BURNS, do not place
bottles/cups with hot liquids in
the cupholder.
WARNING
WARNING
Do not allow your child to stand
in or on the stroller.
Do not load more than 11 lbs.
(5kg) in the basket.
WARNING
Do not put or hang things on
the canopy or handle because
it could cause the stroller to
become unbalanced or tip
over.
CAUTIONS:
1. Improper usage or lack
of knowledge regarding the
instructions can result in
dangerous situations,
personal injury or damage to
the stroller.
2. Completely remove all plastic
bags and packing materials
before using this product to
WARNING
Never carry more than one child
in the stroller. Do not allow
a child to ride or sit on areas
of stroller other than seat.
Maximum weight of child:
45 lbs. (20 kg)
prevent a possible choking
hazard.
WARNING
Always engage both brakes
when parking the stroller.
3. Push the stroller at a
normal walking speed only.
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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Opening the Stroller
1. Press the pivot
buttons in and
raise pivot
handle.
3. Attach Cupholder
to handle.
2. Place one hand
on the handle and
one hand on the
seat. While grasping the handle,
push the seat
away from the
handle until the
stroller opens
entirely and locks
into the opened
position.
4. Pull the basket frame until it
clicks and locks into place.
Note: The basket locks into a fixed
position and is not moveable.
Attaching the Rear Wheels
1. Stand behind the stroller.
2. Locate the small chrome pin
oneach rear stroller leg.
3. Locate the small opening on
each rear wheel assembly.
Note:
Attach the rear wheel assemblies to
each stroller leg with the wheel spacer
facing inward.
4. Insert the leg into the wheel
assembly until the small silver
pin locks into the opening.
Attaching & Removing the Front Swivel Wheels
Place front swivel wheel
assembly on the swivel
shaft. The assembly is
secure when it locks onto
the shaft.
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
Using the Front Swivel Wheels
To lock swivels, push both
swivel lock levers down.
To unlock swivels, lift both
swivel lock levers up.
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Using the Brakes
To lock brakes,
push both brake
levers down.
To unlock
brakes, lift both
brake levers up.
CAUTION
Push the stroller
forward to
ensure
that the brakes
are properly
engaged.
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) to the canopy holder
(female) until a click is heard.
3. Fasten the canopy velcro on both sides around the handles
to the seat back velcro (2 places.)
Removing the Canopy
Pull the velcro apart and squeeze the bottom of the canopy
holder (male). Lift the canopy until it releases from the female
holder.
Installing Optional Speakers
1. Insert a speaker into the small
pockets located
on both sides of
the canopy.
CAUTION
Be sure to test the volume on your player. Set it at a comfortable
level so that it does not startle your baby when turning it on. Loud
volume can hurt your baby’s ears. If you notice that the sound has
become weak or distorted or if tracks do not change, this is an indication that your batteries are low. Replace the batteries and set the
volume at a comfortable level.
2. Place your portable CD, cassette
or MP3 player inside the
large storage pocket on the
back of the canopy.
3. Attach the speaker cords
through the Velcro holders
on both sides of the storage
pocket.
4. Insert
the
(2.8mm)
plug
into
player.
Using the Reclining Backrest
CAUTION
Before folding your stroller, be sure to remove your
player from the back pocket of the canopy.
This will make it easier to fold the stroller.
When you fold the stroller, you may leave the speakers
in the Acoustic Canopy, but only for short periods of
time.
In the summer, the temperature may get as high as
212°F/100°C or more. Do not leave your stroller, with
the speakers in the Acoustic Canopy pockets, in your
car trunk where the temperature may reach high levels.
Store speakers in a cool and dry area.
WARNING:
To avoid serious injury keep stereo
speakers and cords out of reach of
children.
WARNING:
Never use seat in reclined position unless the
permanently attached safety cover is used.
1. Press the lever at the top
of the seat to the left.
2. Adjust the backrest gently
to any of three positions.
To return the backrest to the
upright position, simply lift the
backrest gently into place.
CAUTION
Be careful when reclining the backrest while your
baby is in the stroller to prevent abrupt changes
in seating position.
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Using the Kid’s Tray
WARNING:
Pull on each side of the Kid’s Tray to make sure that it is
completely attached. Do not lift the stroller by the Kid’s
Tray. To avoid burns, do not carry bottles/cups with hot
liquids.
1. Squeeze the Kid’s Tray
release buttons on both
sides to release the Kid’s
Tray.
3. When both sides
are released the
Kid’s Tray can be
removed.
2. When one side is
released, the Kid’s Tray
will pivot to allow easy
access to the seating
area.
4. To attach the Kid’s
Tray, gently slip it
over the armrest
pins until you hear
the pins click into
position.
Using and Adjusting the 5-Point Harness
WARNING:
Avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out.
Always use 5-point harness.
WARNING:
Even when the seat belt is fastened, be careful
not to let the child slip out or stand.
1. Place the crotch belt between the baby's legs.
2. Insert both waist belt buckles into the middle plastic piece.
3. Attach each shoulder strap's hook to the top of the waist
belt clips.
4. To adjust the harness or waist
belt, loosen the slack on both
sides of each buckle.
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Folding the Stroller
1. Fold the canopy by lifting up on the canopy
levers.
2. Remove your player from the back pocket of the
canopy.
3. Place seat in the upright position.
Folding
Release
Lever
4. Lock swivel wheels.
5. Lift and hold the fold release levers located on
each side near the top of the handle. Then, tilt
the stroller backward until it starts to fold.
Canopy
Lever
6. Grasp the handle and pull the Kid’s Tray toward
the backrest. The latch, located on the front leg
will lock into the rear leg to hold the stroller in
folded position.
Folding
Latch
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CAUTION
Removing/Attaching the Seat Cushion
If seat cushion is ripped or torn,
do not use.
Removing
1. Unbuckle the 5-point harness and pull all the straps
Seat Base
through the seat cushion.
Velcro
Do not use the stroller without
the seat cushion.
2. Grasp the seat cushion at
the top and unfasten from
the velcro.
Attaching
1. Pass the 5-point harness
waist belt straps through
the appropriate locations
of the seat cushion.
2. Fasten the velcro.
CAUTION
Using the Basket
Do not place more than 11 lbs. in the basket.
Remove all items from the basket before folding
the stroller.
The basket locks into a fixed position
and is not moveable.
Self-Standing Tab
Using the Safety Cover (Boot)
WARNING: Child may slip
into leg openings and strangle.
Never use in reclined carriage
position(s) unless safety cover
(boot) is securely fastened.
Installing the Safety Cover (Boot)
1. Lift the seat cushion and pull safety cover (boot) out.
2. Place the safety cover (boot) over the guardrail and secure it
with the velcro.
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CAUTION
Before folding the stroller,
unfasten and store the
safety cover (boot) under
the seat. The stroller will
not fold with it attached.
Using the Travel System Guardrail
CAUTION
Pull on each side of Travel System Guardrail to
make sure that it is completely attached.
ATTACHING THE TRAVEL SYSTEM GUARDRAIL
1. After removing the Kid’s Tray Guardrail, attach the
Travel System Guardrail by gently slipping it over the
armrest pins until you hear the pins click into position. Gently tug on the side, to be sure it is secure.
2. Recline the backrest to the middle position or lower.
3. Lock the “V” slot of the Combi Infant Car Seat/Carrier
over the Travel System Guardrail.
Push
4. Rotate until the foot end of Combi Infant Car Seat/
Carrier locks into the Infant Car Seat/Carrier Locks
located on each side of the handle. Push down on the
foot end of the seat to ensure engagement.
5. Be certain that the Combi Infant Car Seat/Carrier is
securely attached to the stroller by lifting up on the
Combi Infant Car Seat/Carrier handle.
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Removing the Infant Car Seat from the Travel System Guardrail
1. Locate the release lever and pull upward to unlock
the back of the Combi Infant Car Seat/Carrier from the
Travel System Guardrail.
2. Lift up the front end
of the Combi Infant
Car Seat/Carrier to
release from the
infant car seat/
Carrier Locks located
on either side of the
handle.
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The Travel System Guardrail
WARNINGS
When the Combi Infant Car
Seat/Carrier is in the stroller,
always lock into the Combi
Infant Car Seat/Carrier Locks
and Travel System Guardrail.
Discontinue use if damage is
noted on the Travel System
Guardrail or the Combi’s Infant
Car Seat/Carrier Locks on the
stroller.
The Travel System Guardrail is
only to be used when attaching Combi’s Infant Car Seat/
Carrier. Do not use for any
other purpose.
Do not lean on or hang
things from the Travel System
Guardrail.
To assure safety for the baby,
please refer to Combi’s instructions for use with your Combi
Infant Car Seat/Carrier.
If unable to securely attach
Combi’s Infant Car Seat/Carrier
using the Travel System
Guardrail, discontinue use
and contact Combi Consumer
affairs.
Do not carry stroller by using
Combi’s Infant Car Seat/Carrier
handle.
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The Perfect Match™ Guardrail & Carrier Attachment Strap
Perfect Match™ Compatible Infant Car Seats
Graco® Snug Ride®, Snug Ride DX5®, Snug Ride LX5®
Century® Smart fit- Supreme®, Assura, Smart Fit Plus 22, Smart Fit Plus 22V, Smart Fit
Elite, Avanta SE, Avanta DX.
Evenflo® On My Way, On My Way Position Right, On My Way Position Right V Plus
new Cozy Carry, Portabout
Cosco® Eddie Bauer
Trade name and trademarks of Graco®, Century®, Evenflo® and Cosco® are the property of
their respective owners and no endorsement of or approval by them is intended or implied.
All Combi® Perfect Match™ strollers are compatible with specified models of the Graco®,
Century®, and Evenflo® infant car seat/carrier models and the Cosco® Eddie Bauer as of the
Copyright May 2004 Combi USA, Inc.
date this printing was prepared.
WARNINGS
When infant car seat/carrier is
in the stroller, always fasten
the Carrier Attachment Straps.
Guardrail
The Perfect
is only to be used when
attaching infant car seat/carriers. Do not use for any other
purpose.
Match™
To assure safety for the baby,
please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for use of
your infant car seat/carrier.
If unable to securely attach
infant car seat/carrier using
the Perfect Match™ Guardrail,
discontinue use and contact
COMBI Consumer affairs.
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Do not lift stroller by using
infant car seat/carrier handle.
Discontinue use if fraying or
damage is noted to Carrier
Attachment Strap.
If unable to firmly attach
Perfect Match™ Guardrail (as
per instructions), discontinue use and contact COMBI
Consumer affairs.
Do not lean on or hang things
from the Perfect Match™
Guardrail.
Using the Perfect Match™ Guardrail
CAUTION
Pull on each side of Perfect Match™
Guardrail to make sure that it is completely attached.
ATTACHING THE PERFECT MATCH™ GUARDRAIL
1. Remove standard guardrail and attach Perfect
Match™ Guardrail by slipping it over the armrest pins
until you hear the pins click into position.
Positioning
Keep Positioning Rings toward
Rings
the ends of the guardrail.
2. Recline the backrest to the middle position. Pull the
Carrier Attachment Straps from behind the seat cushion and lay them over the armrests.
Note: When using the Evenflo® infant car seat/carrier it
may be necessary to leave the backrest in the upright
position to provide the proper recline angle on the
infant seat/carrier.
3. Hook carrier over the Perfect Match™ Guardrail and
rotate until the foot end of infant car seat/carrier is
solidly against the backrest of stroller.
Push the positioning rings snuggly against each side of
the car seat/carrier.
4. Bring the Carrier Attachment Straps through the slots
in the infant car seat/carrier and fasten the buckle. (If
the strap is the incorrect length, adjust as needed. To
adjust, thread fabric through each side of the buckle.
REMOVING THE PERFECT MATCH™ GUARDRAIL
1. Remove the infant car seat/carrier by reversing the
above steps.
2. Squeeze the guardrail release buttons on both sides and
lift up to release the guardrail.
Trade name and trademarks of Graco®, Century®, Evenflo® and Cosco® and Baby Trends are the property of their respective owners and
no endorsement of or approval by them is intended or implied. All Combi® Perfect Match™ strollers are compatible with specified models
of the Graco®, Century®, and Evenflo® infant car seat/carrier models and the Cosco® Eddie Bauer as of the date this printing was prepared.
Copyright May 2004 Combi USA Inc.
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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.
SEAT CUSHION
The seat cushion is machine washable. Set to gentle cycle using warm water and a mild detergent. Do
not use bleach. Lay seat cushion and canopy and car seat covers flat to dry in shaded area. Do not
machine dry. To prevent color fading, do not leave soaking for a long period. If the seat cushion is
frayed or unraveling, discontinue use and call consumer affairs for further instruction.
CANOPY, SEAT BELT, FIXED BASE SEAT, STROLLER PACK AND BASKET
Hand wash with a soft brush. Wipe out excess water with a dry cloth and dry in a shaded area. For
stubborn dirt, dilute a mild detergent then 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 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.
Front Swivel Wheel
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Rear Wheel
Trouble Shooting
STROLLER WON’T FOLD
- Check to see that the seat belt is not caught in the side.
- Make sure front swivels are locked.
- Make sure the backrest is in the upright position.
- Remove all items from the basket.
- Remove your player from back pocket of the canopy.
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.
DIFFICULT GOING DOWN CURBS
- Turn stroller around, bringing rear wheels toward the edge of the curb. Gently
lower rear wheels onto the surface below. Once the rear wheels have landed,
guide the front portion of the stroller, using the armrest as support.
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Savona TS/PM
Stroller
4010 Series
Instruction Manual
If you would like to place an order for the following parts, please fill out the form below and return
to the following address:
Combi USA, Inc.
Attn: Consumer affairs Department
1962 Highway 160 W, Suite 100
Fort Mill, SC 29708-8027
IMPORTANT:
or
Fax this completed form to
803-548-3663
We must have this information to process your order:
Model Number: 4010 - ______ Color & Pattern of Fabric: ______________________________________________________
Located on the rear right leg.
Parts List for the Savona TS/PM 4010.
Price
1. Canopy
Quantity
Total
$ 35.00
2. Basket
20.00
3. Seat Cushion
35.00
4. Kid’s Tray
20.00
5. Shoulder Pad Set
10.00/set
6. Travel System Guardrail
10.00
7. Perfect Match Guardrail
10.00
8. Rear Wheel Assemblies (left and right sides)
20.00/set
9. Front Wheel Assemblies (left and right sides)
20.00/set
10. Cupholder
If you need to order other parts for your stroller, please call us toll-free
at 1-800-99-COMBI.
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