Century Deluxe Series User's Manual

Century Deluxe Series User's Manual
Instruction
Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
F Before You Begin
Important Information.......................................1
Warnings...........................................................2
Basic Information...............................................4
What is LATCH?.................................................5
LATCH System..................................................6
F Use
Height and Weight Limits..................................7
Installation with harness system and Vehicle
Seat Belt............................................................8
Installation without harness system and
Vehicle Lap/Shoulder Belt...................................9
Installation with harness system and LATCH....10
Placing Child in Car Seat with harness
system............................................................12
Placing Child in Car Seat without harness
system............................................................14
Operations and Adjustments ..........................16
• Harness Straps
• Harness Tie
• Buckle
• Recline
• Armrests
• Tether Strap
• Changing Harness Strap Slots
• Changing Crotch Strap Slots
Harness System–
removal and re-assembly..........................20
F Special Information
Vehicle Seat Belts........................................... 22
Locking Clip.......................................... 29
Additional Information..................................
• LATCH Storage
• Tether Storage
• Cup Holder
• Care and Cleaning
• Aircraft Use
• Second Hand Car Seat
30
Replacement Parts..........................................36
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
NO CAR SEAT CAN GUARANTEE PROTECTION
FROM INJURY IN EVERY SITUATION. HOWEVER,
PROPER USE OF THIS CAR SEAT REDUCES THE
RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOUR
CHILD.
READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY.
F Registration Information
Child restraints (car seats) could be recalled for
safety reasons. You must register this restraint
to be reached in the event of a recall. Fill out
the registration card attached to the car seat
and mail today or send your name, address,
and the restraint’s model number and
manufacturing date to:
Century Products
P.O. Box 551
Elverson, PA 19520-9973
or call 1-800-837-4044
For recall information:
F Safety First Check List
Read and understand instruction manual and
car seat labels.
A vehicle combination lap/shoulder belt MUST
be used when using car seat without harness
system.
DO NOT use vehicle “lap-only” belt or LATCH
belt across front of child.
Secure children in back seat whenever possible.
Never leave child unattended.
Install car seat securely with vehicle belt or
LATCH.
DO NOT use after date molded on back of
car seat.
DO NOT allow anyone (babysitter, relatives,
etc.) to use car seat without first understanding
all instructions.
• Call the U.S Government’s Auto Safety
Hotline at 1-800-424-9393
(202-366-0123 in D.C. area)
• www.nhtsa.dot.gov
• Call Century Products at 1-800-837-4044
1
WARNINGS
- Prevent serious injury or death:
Failure to follow these instructions
and car seat labels can result in child
striking the vehicle’s interior during
a sudden stop or accident. Secure
child restraint with a vehicle seat
belt or LATCH as shown in this
manual.
Not all vehicle seat belts can be used
with car seat. Read “Vehicle Seat
Belts” section:
• Car seat with harness system
MUST be held securely at all
times by a lap belt (or lap belt
portion of a lap/shoulder belt)
or LATCH belt that will not
change length while vehicle
is in motion.
• Car seat without harness
system MUST ONLY be used
with a lap/shoulder belt.
2
Never put a car seat in a front
vehicle seat unless recommended by
vehicle owner’s manual. National
Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) alerts
vehicle owners that according to
accident statistics, children up to
age 12 are safer in the back seat.
For vehicle’s with air bags, refer to
vehicle owner’s manual for child
restraint installation information.
If car seat is in a crash, it must be
replaced. DO NOT use it again! A
crash can cause unseen damage and
using it again could cause serious
injury or death.
WARNINGS - Prevent serious injury or death (continued):
DO NOT use car seat if it is damaged
or has missing parts.
DO NOT use accessories or parts
other than those provided by
Century or Graco. Their use could
alter the function of the car seat.
Never leave child unattended, even
when sleeping.
If using vehicle seat belt to secure
car seat, LATCH connectors must be
stored. (see section “LATCH
storage”)
Never attach two
LATCH connectors
to one vehicle lower
anchor point unless
specifically allowed
by the vehicle
manufacturer.
3
BASIC INFORMATION
F Certification
F Unoccupied Car Seat
With Harness System:
Car seat meets or exceeds all applicable
requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standard 213 for use in motor vehicles and
aircraft.
Without Harness System:
Belt-Positioning Booster seat is certified for use in
motor vehicles.
Belt-Positioning Booster seat is NOT certified for
use in aircraft.
F Car Seat Useful Life
STOP using car seat and throw it away after
the date molded into the underside of the
car seat.
Look for:
Do not use this car
seat after December
F Dangerous Vehicle Seats
Do not use car seat on rear-facing or
side-facing vehicle seats.
4
Year
Always secure car seat with a vehicle seat belt
or LATCH even when unoccupied. An
unsecured car seat can injure passengers.
F Warm Weather
Car seat parts can get very hot in the sun or
warm weather.
To avoid burns, always check seat before putting
child in car seat.
F Vehicle Seat Protection
Protect vehicle seat. Use a car seat mat, towel
or thin blanket under and behind car seat.
WHAT IS LATCH?
United States Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards have defined a new system for
installing car seats in vehicles. The system
is called LATCH. LATCH stands for:
Lower Anchorage and Tether for CH ildren.
Typical seat in a
passenger vehicle.
Other vehicle types
may have different
LATCH locations.
Vehicle
Top Tether Anchor
Points
LATCH System for Vehicles:
LATCH in the vehicle consists of a top tether
anchor point and two lower anchor points.
Vehicle
Lower Anchor
Points
Some vehicle owner manuals use the term
ISOFIX to identify the new car seat
anchorage system. This carseat with
LATCH can also be used in vehicle seating
positions equipped with ISOFIX.
Newer vehicles may have one or more seating
positions equipped with LATCH anchor points.
Vehicle
Seat Crease
If vehicle is equipped with LATCH, the vehicle
lower anchor points may be visible at the vehicle
seat crease. If not visible, they may be marked
with a symbol (Fig. a) or a colored dot.
See your vehicle owner’s manual for exact
locations, anchor identification, and
requirements for use with a car seat.
Check vehicle owner’s manual for vehicle top
tether anchor locations. They may be identified
using one of the anchor symbols (Fig. b or Fig. c).
(Fig. a)
(Fig. b)
(Fig. c)
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LATCH SYSTEM
LATCH System:
LATCH consists of a permanently attached
lower anchorage belt and a top tether strap
(Fig. a).
Car Seat
Top Tether
Vehicle
ONLY use LATCH in a seating Top Tether
position recommended
Anchor
Point
by vehicle manufacturer.
Vehicle
Lower
Anchor
Points
(Fig. a)
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Car Seat
Lower Anchorage
Belt
HEIGHT and WEIGHT LIMITS
F With Harness System
F Outgrowing Car Seat
Child MUST meet all of the following
requirements:
• Weight is 20 - 40 lbs. (9 - 18 kg).
• Height is 27 - 43 inches (69 - 110 cm)
tall.
.
• Child is able to sit upright unassisted
• Child’s shoulders are below top harness
slots.
*
WARNING
To avoid injuries from whiplash, top of
child’s ears must be below top edge of
headrest.
With
Harness System
20 lbs. 30 lbs. 40 lbs.
(9 kg) (13 kg) (18 kg)
80 lbs.
(36 kg)
Without Harness System
F Without Harness System
Child MUST meet all of the following
requirements:
• Weight is 30 - 80 lbs. (13.6 - 36.3 kg).
• Height is 35 - 52 inches (89 - 132 cm) tall.
.
• Child is able to sit upright unassisted
• Top of child’s ears are not above top of
booster seat.
*
*
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends
that children should be at least one year of age
before being positioned forward facing.
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INSTALLATION - with harness system and Vehicle Seat Belt
1
Adjust car seat to upright or semi-upright
position and armrests to up position.
2
Place forward-facing on vehicle seat.
3
Lift seat pad flap (on certain models), thread
vehicle seat belt through openings and buckle
belt (fig. a).
4
Press down firmly in center of car seat to
compress vehicle seat cushion while tightening
vehicle seat belt.
Use your knee to press down in center of car
seat (fig. b).
5
Pull front to back and left to right to check for
secure installation (fig. c).
If not secure, see “Vehicle Seat Belts” section,
page 22.
6
Attach tether hook (A) to anchor hardware (B)
and tighten strap to remove any slack (fig. d).
Pull to
tighten
Openings
(A)
(B)
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(fig. a)
(fig. b)
(fig. c)
(fig. d)
INSTALLATION -without harness system and Vehicle Lap/Shoulder Belt
1
Adjust car seat to upright or semi-upright
position and armrests to up or down position.
2
Place forward-facing on vehicle seating position
with a vehicle lap/shoulder belt.
To use as a BELT-POSITIONING BOOSTER, the
following items need to be removed:
Crotch Strap - (see page 19, fig. g and fig. h)
Harness System - (see page 20)
LATCH BELT - (see page 30)
Tether - (see page 31)
Store all items for future use.
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INSTALLATION - with harness system and LATCH
1
Place forward-facing on vehicle seat.
2
Lift seat pad flap (on certain models), check to
make sure LATCH belt is properly routed
through openings and attach LATCH belt to
lower anchorage points (fig. a).
3
Press down firmly in center of car seat to
compress vehicle seat cushion while
tightening LATCH belt.
Use your knee to press down in center
of car seat (fig. b).
4
Pull front to back and left to right to check for
secure installation (fig. c). LATCH belt MUST
stay tight.
5
Attach tether hook (A) to anchor hardware (B)
and tighten strap to remove any slack (fig. d).
10
INSTALLATION - with harness system and LATCH
Opening
(fig. b)
(fig. a)
Pull to
tighten
(A)
(B)
(fig. c)
(fig. d)
11
PLACING CHILD IN CAR SEAT - with harness system
Adjust harness system:
WARNING
Harness straps must be through slots at or
just above shoulders.
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Vehicle seat belt must be routed
through back of car seat when using
harness system.
1
Place child in car seat with child’s back flat
against back of car seat.
• Never place vehicle belt in front of
child when using harness system.
2
Place harness straps over child’s shoulders and
lock tongues into buckle.
• Do not use strap covers, blankets,
cushions, or padding under harness
straps or child unless provided by
Century or Graco.
• Do not use harness straps that are
loose or unbuckled. They must be
snug and positioned over shoulders
and thighs.
Pull up on tongues to be sure buckle is locked.
3
Close harness tie:
Position harness tie at arm pit level.
4
Tighten harness straps so that they are snug
with just enough room to insert one finger
between child’s chest and harness straps (fig. a).
Thigh straps must also be snug (fig. b).
5
12
Position Head Support (on certain models)
in center of car seat with ends pointing down
and snap into belt slots above harness straps
(fig. c).
PLACING CHILD IN CAR SEAT - with harness system (continued)
3
2
Head Support
(on certain
models)
(fig. a)
(fig. b)
(fig. c)
13
PLACING CHILD IN CAR SEAT - without harness system
Remove harness system (see “Harness System removal and re-assembly” section, page 20).
WARNING
To prevent serious injury or death:
• Use ONLY the vehicles Lap/Shoulder
Belt system when restraining the child
in this booster seat.
1
Place child in car seat with child’s back flat
against back of car seat.
2
Place shoulder belt across child’s chest.
• Shoulder belt MUST be properly
positioned over shoulder (NOT
touching child’s neck and NOT low
off shoulder).
3
Buckle belt and pull shoulder belt to adjust lap
belt snugly.
Shoulder belt MUST lay across child’s shoulder
in red zone as shown (fig. b). If outside of
red zone, see next steps for Comfort Clip® use.
• Lap/shoulder belt MUST be properly
positioned exactly as shown in
illustration.
CAUTION:
Some shoulder belts with (emergency
locking) retractors allow a child to pull belt
out and change position of belt. Use of
Comfort Clip® helps prevent child from
pulling belt out.
• Always tighten shoulder belt. NEVER
position belt under child’s arms (fig. a).
• Never use a vehicle “lap-only” belt
across front of child.
• DO NOT allow child to slide down in
car seat which could position lap belt
across child’s abdomen and shoulder
belt over neck or face.
• If child will not keep vehicle shoulder
belt properly positioned, DO NOT use
this booster car seat. Use a different
child restraint system.
• Vehicle belts MUST lay flat against child
and MUST not be twisted.
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4
Thread shoulder belt through Comfort Clip®
exactly as shown and hook end of Comfort Clip®
through proper loop of webbing (fig. c).
5
Check to be sure shoulder belt is properly
positioned over shoulder in red zone and snug
against child.
6
Position Head Support (on certain models) in
center of car seat with ends pointing down and
snap into belt slots (fig. d).
PLACING CHILD IN CAR SEAT -without harness system (continued)
Head Support
(on certain
models)
Loops
(fig. a)
(fig. b)
(fig. c)
(fig. d)
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OPERATIONS and ADJUSTMENTS
1
Harness Straps (fig. a):
4
• Recline: Slide tab on front of car seat to
allow recline foot to drop down.
• To tighten: Pull lower belt tab.
• To loosen: Pull upper belt tab while
pulling harness straps.
2
• To open: Press tab and pull apart (fig. b).
Buckle:
• To lock: Insert both tongues into buckle.
Pull up on tongues to be sure they are
locked.
• To unlock: Press red button and pull
tongues out of buckle.
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• Upright: Slide and hold tab on front of
car seat while pushing recline foot up.
Release tab to lock foot.
Harness Tie:
• To close: Snap halves together. Make
sure harness tie is locked by pulling out
on each half.
3
Recline (fig. c):
5
Armrests (fig. d):
• Push in button on front side of car seat
and rotate armrest up or down.
6
Tether Strap (fig. e):
• To tighten: Pull loose end of strap.
• To loosen: Lift adjuster
OPERATIONS and ADJUSTMENTS
(continued)
Loosen
Upper Belt
Tighten
Lower Belt
Adjuster
(fig. a)
(fig. e)
(fig. b)
(fig. c)
(fig. d)
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OPERATIONS and ADJUSTMENTS
7
Changing Harness Strap Slots:
MUST use slots at or just above shoulders.
A Loosen harness straps.
B Remove both harness strap loops from
Splitter Plate on back of car seat (fig. f).
C Change harness strap slots.
Make sure harness straps are threaded
through matching slot of seat pad and
car seat.
It may be necessary to remove seat pad
from top of car seat.
D Put right strap loop on Splitter Plate first,
then attach left strap loop. (fig. f).
NOTE: Make sure straps are NOT twisted.
Splitter Plate
(fig. f)
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(continued)
OPERATIONS and ADJUSTMENTS
8
(continued)
Changing Crotch Strap Slots:
MUST be in slot closest to but not under child.
A Turn car seat upside down, pry metal rod
loose using screwdriver and pull
rod out of crotch strap end (fig. g).
B Turn car seat upright and pull crotch strap
and buckle out.
C Change crotch strap slots.
Thread looped end of crotch strap through
slots in seat pad and shell (fig. h).
D Slide metal rod through loop in crotch
strap and press rod into car seat shell
(fig. i).
NOTE: Use a hammer to tap rod in place
if necessary.
(fig. g)
(fig. h)
(fig. i)
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HARNESS SYSTEM - removal and re-assembly
Harness Removal:
2
• Remove harness strap loops from Splitter
Plates on back of car seat.
Put right strap loop on Splitter Plate first, then
attach left strap loop.
• Pull harness strap out of car seat, harness
tie and tongues.
Store all parts for future use.
• Remove crotch strap (see page 19).
When re-assembling harness system, be sure
harness straps are not twisted.
Harness Re-assembly:
1
Thread end of harness strap down through
slot in seat pad and car seat and back up
through slot in opposite side of car seat pad,
through harness tongues and harness tie.
IMPORTANT: Harness strap MUST be threaded
over adjustment strap on bottom of car seat as
shown in illustrations.
Thread ends of harness straps through
matching shoulder slots in back of seat pad
and car seat.
20
Re-attach harness straps to Splitter Plate on
bottom
3
Re-attach crotch strap (see page 19).
HARNESS SYSTEM - removal and re-assembly (continued)
1
3
2
Splitter Plate
(Back)
21
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
WARNING
Not all vehicle seat belts can be used
with a car seat:
• Car seat with harness system MUST
be held securely at all times by a
lap belt (or lap belt portion of a
lap/shoulder belt) that will not
change length while driving.
• Car seat without harness system
MUST be used with a lap/shoulder
belt.
To provide the most secure installation of the
car seat:
• Read the vehicle owner’s manual regarding
car seat installation and seat belt use with
car seat.
• Follow all instruction labels on vehicle seat
belt and car seat.
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If car seat is not held securely after following
instructions in this manual, vehicle seat belt
labels, and vehicle owner’s manual:
• Move car seat to another seating location
and try again, or
• Contact vehicle dealer for possible seat
belt modification parts.
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Lap Belts - Manually Adjustable
With Harness System:
The locking latch plate on some seat belts may
slip and loosen after being buckled on car seat if
positioned at a certain angle. If this happens,
flip latch plate over (fig. a) and re-buckle. Test
installation again to see if this works. If not,
move car seat to another seating position.
Flip
Without Harness System:
DO NOT use this type of vehicle seat belt to
secure child and booster car seat.
(fig. a)
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VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Lap Belts - With Retractor
With Harness System:
Lap belts with retractors may or may not hold
a car seat securely.
Follow these steps to determine if you have a
retractor system that will hold car seat securely:
a. Pull belt all the way out.
b. Allow belt to retract about 6 inches (15 cm).
c. Pull out on belt again.
If belt is locked and you cannot pull the belt out
any further, you have an Automatic Locking
Retractor which may be used with a car seat.
Remember, when installing a car seat, pull belt
all the way out, buckle belt, and then tighten.
If you can pull the belt out again (step c), you
have an Emergency Locking Retractor which
must not be used with a car seat.
Without Harness System:
DO NOT use this type of vehicle seat belt to
secure child and booster car seat.
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Retractor
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Passive Restraint - Lap Belt
with Motorized Shoulder Belt
With or Without Harness System:
DO NOT use with any car seat.
F Passive Restraint - Lap or
Shoulder Belt Mounted on Door
With or Without Harness System:
DO NOT use with any car seat. Belts will not
stay tight while driving.
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VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Belts Forward of Seat Crease
Seat Crease
With Harness System:
Vehicle seat belts located forward of seat
crease may not securely hold car seat. Check
vehicle owner’s manual or see vehicle dealer for
car seat installation requirements.
If approved for use with car seat by vehicle
manufacturer, install car seat and check for
secure installation by pulling car seat front to
back. If car seat slides forward, DO NOT use
these seat belts.
Without Harness System:
OK to use. Follow vehicle owner’s manual
for specific instructions on how to use
vehicle seat belts.
DO NOT use lap only belts.
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Seat Crease
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Combination Lap/Shoulder Belt
with Locking Latch Plate
With Harness System:
Flip
OK to use. Follow vehicle owner’s manual for
specific instructions on how to use vehicle seat
belts.
The locking latch plate on some seat belts may
slip and loosen after being buckled on car seat if
positioned at a certain angle. If this happens,
flip the latch plate over (fig. b) and re-buckle.
Test installation again to see if this works. If
not, move car seat to another seating position.
(fig. b)
Without Harness System:
OK to use. Follow vehicle owner’s manual for
specific instructions on how to use vehicle seat
belts.
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VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Combination Lap/Shoulder Belt
with Sliding Latch Plate
With Harness System:
Pull on latch plate (fig. a). If belt slides freely
through latch plate, a locking clip MUST be
used. (See “Locking Clip”section, page 29.)
Without Harness System:
This vehicle seat belt system is OK to use with
booster car seat.
Movement of the seat belt through the latch
plate can allow an active toddler to slide down
in car seat and re-position lap belt over
abdomen and shoulder belt over neck or face
which is dangerous.
A Locking Clip may be used on this type of
vehicle seat belt to prevent movement of seat
belt through latch plate limiting toddler’s
movement,(See page 29).
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Pull
(fig. a)
VEHICLE SEAT BELTS
(continued)
F Locking Clip
WARNING
Avoid serious injury or death:
• Failure to use locking clip where
required will result in car seat not
being securely held in place.
• Remove locking clip from seat belts
when not being used with car seat.
• DO NOT use locking clip as a vehicle
seat belt shortener.
You MUST use locking clip provided with
car seat with a vehicle seat belt that slides
freely through the latch plate or the lap belt
cannot be tightly secured.
1
Install car seat and tighten vehicle seat belt.
2
Hold seat belts together at latch plate (fig. a)
then unbuckle.
3
Slide locking clip on seat belts approximately
1/2 inch (1 cm) away from latch plate.
4
Re-buckle seat belt.
5
Test installation to see if car seat is secure.
If not secure, additional belt tightening may be
required:
• Unbuckle vehicle seat belt.
• Hold belts together and remove locking
clip.
• Shorten length of lap belt portion slightly
by pulling belt through latch plate.
• Re-attach locking clip.
• Buckle vehicle seat belt.
Press car seat further down into vehicle
seat cushion to help buckle vehicle seat belt.
Test installation to see if car seat is secure. If
not secure, repeat above steps until secure.
1/2 inch (1 cm)
(fig. a)
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
F LATCH Storage
ALWAYS STORE LATCH WHEN NOT IN USE.
• Locate LATCH storage loops on the
underside of car seat pad (fig. a).
• Fasten LATCH onto storage loops as
shown (fig. b)
Repeat for other connector.
F LATCH Removal
(fig. a)
(fig. b)
REMOVE LATCH FOR BELT-POSITIONING BOOSTER
• Locate LATCH belt UNDER seat pad.
• Unscrew fastener holding LATCH belt in
place. (fig. c)
Store for future use.
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(fig. c)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(continued)
F Tether Storage
Tether strap may be used with car seats when used
as a belt positioning booster (without harness) to
help keep the upper portion of the car seat
stabilized.
Read and follow instruction manual for use of car
seat as a belt positioning booster.
For storage of tether hook if not used with a belt
positioning booster:
• Adjust tether strap length so hook end is as
short as possible.
• Roll up loose end of strap.
• Place rolled up strap on top of adjuster and
place rubber band around bundle.
F Tether Removal
Remove tether by loosening strap and pushing
tether hook through loop as shown (fig. d).
Pull tether from seat and roll up loose tether to store.
(fig. d).
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(continued)
F Cup holder
A cupholder has been provided with this carseat.
For maintenance, follow care and cleaning
instructions for seat pad and armrest pads.
Cup Holder
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(continued)
F Care & Cleaning
Removing Seat Pads:
If using harness system, remove harness system
(see Harness System - removing and
re-assembly” section, page 20).
1
Slide “J” hooks out of front slots.
2
Unhook elastic from “J” hooks.
3
Pull two button clips out (located on inside of
seat pad) and pull pad off.
3
4
1
2
2
Removing Armrest Pads and Top Head Pad
(available on some models):
4
Pull head pad attachment strips apart and pull
pads off.
5
Pull armrest attachment strips apart and pull
pads off.
5
5
4
Reverse above steps for replacing pads and
harness system.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Seat Pad and Armrest Pads:
Machine-wash separately on gentle cycle and
drip dry.
Harness Straps:
Surface wash only with mild soap and damp
cloth.
If harness straps are frayed or heavily soiled,
they MUST be replaced.
Shell:
Wipe with mild solution of soap and water.
Avoid wetting labels.
Never use household detergents, they can
weaken plastic.
Buckle:
Rinse buckle with warm water. DO NOT use
household detergents. Never lubricate
buckle.
WARNING
Prevent serious injury or death:
• Buckle must be properly latched.
• Periodically inspect and clean buckle
to remove objects or debris that could
prevent latching.
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(continued)
F Aircraft Use
With Harness System:
This car seat is certified for use on aircraft when
used with harness system (see label on
car seat). Contact airline about their policy.
Use this car seat only on forward-facing aircraft
seats.
Install car seat on an aircraft the same way it is
installed in a vehicle except DO NOT use tether
strap.
Without Harness System:
When used without harness system as a belt
positioning booster seat, this restraint is not
certified for use in aircraft because there is
no shoulder belt available.
F Second Hand Car Seat
Century advises against loaning or passing
along car seat.
NOTES
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PARTS LIST
How to Order:
Complete the form on the following page. Your infant restraint model and serial numbers MUST be
included on the form to ensure proper replacement parts. Your model number can be found on a
sticker on the underside of your car seat. Payment must accompany your order.
Parts may also be ordered from Century’s web site at www.centuryproducts.com.
Fabric Seat Pad with Comfort Clips ® ......................$35.00
Armrest Pads (2) ....................................................$10.00
Shield with Harness Straps......................................$16.00
Tongues (2) ..............................................................$5.00
Harness Strap ..........................................................$5.00
Buckle and Crotch Strap ........................................$10.00
Metal Rod for Crotch Strap ......................................$5.00
2-Piece Harness Tie ..................................................$5.00
Locking Clip (All models) ..........................................$5.00
LATCH Belt ............................................................$20.00
Tether System ........................................................$10.00
Instruction Manual (All models) ..................................FREE
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NOTE: Prices subject to change.
Model No.
(Both Numbers Required)
SHIP TO:
Name
Serial No.
Check or money order enclosed
(payable to Century Products)
Charge to credit card
Visa
MasterCard
Discover
Address
Account #
City, State, Zip Code
Telephone (including Area Code)
Expiration date
Signature
Subtotal:
Fabric Seat Pad with Comfort Clips® ......................$35.00
Armrest Pads (2) ......................................................$10.00
Shipping
& handling*:
$5.00
Shield with Harness Straps......................................$16.00
Sales tax**:
Tongues (2) ................................................................$5.00
Total:
Harness Strap ..........................................................$5.00
* $15.00 outside the
continental U.S.
Buckle and Crotch Strap ........................................$10.00
Metal Rod for Crotch Strap ......................................$5.00
2-Piece Harness Tie ..................................................$5.00
**CA 7.25%, IL 6.25%, IN 5%,
NY 8.25%, OH 5.75%, PA 6%,
SC 5%
Locking Clip (All models) ............................................$5.00
MAIL ORDER TO:
LATCH Belt ............................................................$20.00
CENTURY PRODUCTS
P.O. BOX 100
ELVERSON, PA 19520-9974
ATTN: CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT
OR FAX ORDER TO:
(610) 286-4555
Tether System ........................................................$10.00
Instruction Manual (All models) ..................................FREE
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1
Fold instruction manual.
If a part is damaged,
missing, or you need help
or replacement parts,
DO NOT return car seat
to the store.
CALL US FIRST
Call toll-free 1-800-837-4044
from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada
or fax at 1-610-286-4555.
2
Store in pocket.
or write us at:
Century Products
P.O. Box 100
Elverson, PA 19520-9974
Attention: Customer Service
Department
Pocket
Century Products
Graco Children’s Products Inc.
A Division of Newell Rubbermaid
Macedonia, Ohio 44056-2096
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