Lights & Sounds Trike

Lights & Sounds Trike
Owner’s Manual
for Minnie
Lights & Sound
Trike
This manual contains important safety,
assembly, operation and maintenance
information.
Please read and fully understand this
manual before operation.
Save this manual for future reference.
H L&S Trike EN 092512 m0021
Copyright Huffy Corporation 2012
An adult must fold and unfold the product each me
Use only under adult supervision
Read and follow the instruc ons in this manual completely
The rider must always wear proper protec ve gear including a cpsc approved helmet while opera ng the product
If you have a problem with this product please call Customer Service see Consumer Service contact info.
Safety Information
PLEASE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THIS OWNERS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING
THE PRODUCT
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
This symbol is important. It is the WARNING symbol. The warning symbol precedes safety instruc ons. Make sure the child understands these instruc ons. Failure
to follow these instruc ons may result in injury to the rider or to others.
WARNING TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY:
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An adult must unfold and fold this product
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Con nuous adult supervision is required.
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This product should only be used by persons 3 years and up.
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Never ride with more than one person. Maximum weight is 27kg. (60 lbs).
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Do not allow a child to ride in the rear plas c bin.
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Maximum weight for the rear plas c bin is 2.3kg. (5 lbs). Excessive weight in the
rear bin may cause a hazardous or unstable condi on.
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Do not allow a child to ride without a properly fi ed helmet that complies with
US - CPSC 16 CFR 1203, with the chinstrap securely fastened.
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Do not allow a child to ride without shoes.
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Do not allow a child to ride the product at dusk, at night or at mes of limited
visibility.
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Never use near motor vehicles. Do not allow a child to ride on streets or alleys.
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Do not allow a child to ride off road, on grass or wet surfaces.
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Do not allow a child to ride on sloped driveways or hills.
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Do not allow a child to ride near steps.
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Do not allow a child to ride near swimming pool areas, or other bodies of water.
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Always comply with local laws and regula ons.
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For use on smooth paved surfaces only.
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Understand all opera ng procedures before use.
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Do not tow or pull any objects with the product.
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Do not push or pull a child riding on the product.
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Replace worn or broken parts immediately.
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Handlebar hand grips and tube end plugs should be replaced if damaged, as bare
tube ends have been known to cause injury. It is par cularly important that bicycles and tricycles used by children are checked regularly to ensure that adequate
protec on for the ends of the handlebars are in place.
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Not suitable for children under 3 years as foam pieces may break off and pose a
choking hazard.
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Replacement forks must have the same rake and tube inner diameter as the original product.
If you have any ques ons regarding the opera on of this product,
please refer to this owners manual
or call Customer Service - see Consumer Service contact info.
Assembly & Adjustment Instructions
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18
1
3
4 5
6
14
15
17 15
16
7
20
9
8
13
12
10
11
Assembly Exploded View
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No.
Descrip on
No.
Descrip on
1
Frame
13
Pedal, Le
2
Seat
14
Axle
3
Screw (x2)
15
Washer (x4)
4
Washer (x4)
16
Rear Wheel (x2)
5
Nut (x2)
17
Locking Cap
6
Fender
18
Plas c Bin
7
Fork
19
Screw
8
Front Wheel
20
Lock Bu on
9
Screw (x2)
21
Lights & Sound Unit
10
Washer (x2)
22
Screw (x2)
11
Nut (x2)
23
Cap Nut (x2)
12
Pedal, Right
24
Covers
Assembly
1.
Assemble Seat (2) to Frame (1) as shown in Assembly View
2.
Insert Screws (3) and Washers (4) into Seat and through Frame.
3.
insert Washers (4) and Nuts (5) onto Screws and ghten securely.
To Unfold the Product:
1.
Push the lock bu on (20) located on the right side of the unit, under the seat. This
releases the folding mechanism spring-loaded latch.
2.
Pull the rear axle away from the front axle un l the unit starts to unfold.
3.
Gently push down on the seat un l the folding mechanism latches into place.
4.
Ensure the folding mechanism is latched by gently pulling upward on the seat.
To Fold the Product:
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1.
Push the lock bu on (20) located on the right side of the unit, under the seat. This
releases the folding mechanism spring-loaded latch.
2.
Gently li on the seat un l the unit starts to fold.
3.
Push the front and rear axles together un l the folding mechanism latches into
the folded posi on.
4.
Ensure the folding mechanism is latched by gently pushing downward on the seat.
A
21
24
24
22
(supplied)
7
23
Lights & Sound (L&S) Assembly:
Assembly hardware is located in the parts bag with
the product.
1. Locate the L&S (21) on the Fork Stem (7) with
control bu ons toward the rider.
2. Align the holes in the stem with those in the L&S.
3. Insert and ghten the Screws (22) and Cap Nuts (23) using the tool supplied.
4. Ensure hardware is secure so that it will not come loose.
5. Be careful not to over- ghten the hardware. This can damage the L&S and strip
the threads in the hardware. Recommended torque is 88in-lbs (10Nm).
6. Snap the front and back covers (24) over the installed hardware.
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OPEN
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CLOSE
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Remove Pull
Tab for ba ery
opera on
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CLOSE
MADE IN CHINA
Ba ery Replacement:
Ba
1.
2.
3.
4.
eries: DC 1.5V, AAA (included). The unit requires 3 ba eries.
Open the door on the rear of the unit.
Loosen the ba ery compartment cover screw to remove the cover.
Insert ba eries in the orienta on shown inside the compartment.
Re-install the compartment cover and ghten the screw.
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C
Thumb
Button
Opera on:
Thumb
Button
•
Push the bu ons with your thumbs
to ac vate the L&S.
• Repeat pushing the bu ons to cycle
through the various light and sound
features.
If there are problems with opera on – ensure the ba eries are not low and they are
properly installed.
To reset the unit - remove the ba eries and re-install.
WARNINGS:
• Ba ery replacement is to be conducted by an adult.
• Dispose of ba eries properly. Do not dispose of ba eries in fire, ba eries
may explode or leak. Check local regula ons for proper ba ery disposal.
• Non-rechargeable ba eries are not to be recharged.
• Different types of ba eries or new and used ba eries are not to be mixed.
• Only ba eries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be
used.
• Ba eries are to be inserted with the correct polarity.
• Keep the unit from ge ng wet.
• The ba ery supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.
• Rechargeable ba eries are to be removed from the unit before being
charged.
• Rechargeable ba eries are only to be charged under adult supervision.
This unit produces flashing lights and light pa erns. Although rare, it is possible for
children to be suscep ble to photosensi ve seizures when exposed to certain flashing
lights or light pa erns. It is important that parents monitor their children while playing
with this unit. To reduce exposure to such poten al, play in a well-lit area and keep an
appropriate distance from the flashing lights.
Parents must assess whether their child’s capabili es, development and coordina on
is appropriate for use of this unit.
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Huffy Corporation Limited Warranty
Part or model specifica ons are subject to change without no ce.
This Limited Warranty is the only warranty for this product. There are no express warran es. The only uses for this product are described in this manual. Warranty registraon is not required. This limited warranty extends only to the original consumer and is
not transferable.
What does this Limited Warranty cover?
This Limited Warranty covers all parts of the product.
What must you do to keep the Limited Warranty in effect?
This Limited Warranty is effec ve only if:
• the product is completely and correctly assembled;
• the product is used under normal condi ons for its intended purpose (see “Warnings” for excluded ac vi es);
• the product receives all necessary maintenance and adjustments.
What is not covered by this Limited Warranty?
This product is designed for recrea onal use only. This Limited Warranty does not
cover normal wear and tear, normal maintenance items, or any damage, failure, or
loss that is caused by improper assembly, maintenance, adjustment, storage, or use.
This Limited Warranty is void if the product is ever:
• used for stunt riding, jumping, acroba cs, or similar ac vity;
• ridden by more than one person at a me, or the weight limit is exceeded;
• used in a manner contrary to the instruc ons in this manual.
How long does this Limited Warranty Last?
All components are warranted for 90 days from the date of purchase.
What will the manufacturer do?
The manufacturer will replace, without charge to you, any component found to be
defec ve. The original owner must pay all labor and transporta on charges associated
with the repair or warranty work.
How do you get service?
Phone Consumer Service - 1.800.872.2453
What rights do you have?
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
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WARNING:
ALWAYS WEAR YOUR
HELMET WHEN RIDING
THIS PRODUCT!
CORRECT
INCORRECT
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•
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Helmet should sit level on your head and low on your forehead
Adjust the strap sliders below the ear on both sides.
Buckle the chin strap. Adjust strap until it is snug.
No more than two fingers should fit between the strap and your chin.
A proper fitting helmet should be comfortable and not rock forward/backward or side to side.
• Always read the user manual that comes with your helmet to make sure it
is fitted and attached properly to the wearer’s head according to the fitting
instructions described in the user manual.
Check www.Huffy.com for the current contact information
H Helmet EN 100212 i0027
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