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Curve
MODEL C 0925
instruction manual
IMPORTANT: KEEP THIS INSTRUCTION BOOKLET IN THE PLACE
PROVIDED AT THE BACK OF THE CHILD RESTRAINT
Welcome to Joie™
Congratulations on becoming part of the Joie family. We are so excited to be part of your journey
with your little one. While traveling with the Joie Curve™ Child Restraint you are using a high quality product suitable for use with children who are up to approximately 4 years of age.
Please carefully read this manual and follow each step to ensure a comfortable ride and best protection for your child.
CONTENTS
Quick Reference - Rearfacing .................................................................................. 4 & 5
Quick Reference - Forward facing ............................................................................ 6 & 7
WARNINGS .................................................................................................................... 8
ADDITIONAL WARNINGS ........................................................................................ 9 - 11
Features ................................................................................................................ 12 & 13
REARWARD FACING
Recline Angle ................................................................................................................14
Shoulder Strap Height ...................................................................................................15
Shoulder Strap Height Labels ........................................................................................16
Using the Harness ................................................................................................. 17 - 19
Installing the Restraint ......................................................................................... 20 - 21
Liner and Insert ............................................................................................................. 22
FORWARD FACING
Recline Angle .............................................................................................................. 23
Shoulder Strap Height ................................................................................................. 24
Shoulder Strap Height Labels ...................................................................................... 25
Using the Harness ................................................................................................. 26 - 28
Installing the Restraint ......................................................................................... 29 - 30
Cover Removal & Refit .......................................................................................... 31 & 32
The Next Restraint......................................................................................................... 33
DO NOT USE THIS CHILD RESTRAINT UNTIL YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD
THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS USER GUIDE AND IN YOUR VEHICLE OWNERS MANUAL
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TOP TETHER WARNINGS ............................................................................................ 34
Tether Strap Use ................................................................................................... 35 & 36
Tether Anchorage Installation ............................................................................... 37 & 38
Cleaning and Maintenance ............................................................................................ 39
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Quick Reference - Restraint Installation Rearward Facing
Quick Reference - Rearward Facing Use
IMPORTANT: After reading this Quick Reference read the following instructions carefully
Shoulder Straps - must
always be at correct height
and pulled tight.
See page 15
Harness Straps must not be twisted.
See page 19
Quick Release
Buckle - must
always be securely
fastened.
See page 18
Head Liners and Infant
Insert - only use for
smaller children who
require more support.
See page 20
Vehicle Sash Belt
- must always be routed
under steel lug.
See page 21
Shoulder Height shoulders must not
be above the
marker line
See page 16
Child position - child
must be in full contact
with back of restraint.
See page 18
Harness Tensionpull harness tight.
See page 19
Suitable clothing - child’s clothing must allow the harness to securely grip the child.
See pages 8 & 19
This Child Restraint is suitable for children up to approximately 4 years of age. See page 8 for
more detailed information.
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IMPORTANT: After reading this Quick Reference read the following instructions carefully
Vehicle Belts
- must always be secure
and pulled tight.
See page 21
Tether Strap - must
always be used when
the restraint is
installed in a vehicle.
See page 35
Base Recline adjustment
- restraint must be reclined
correctly
See page 23
Read the whole of these instructions carefully and if there is any doubt about the method of
installation, consult the child restraint manufacturer or agent, or a child restraint fitting station
authorized by the relevant transport authority, or in New Zealand an agent for the vehicle.
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Quick Reference - Restraint Installation Forward Facing
Quick Reference - Forward Facing Use
IMPORTANT: After reading this Quick Reference read the following instructions carefully
Shoulder Straps - must
always be at correct height
and pulled tight.
See page 24 - 25
Head Liners and Infant
Insert - only use for
smaller children who
require more support.
See page 22
Tether Strap - must always be used when the
restraint is installed in a vehicle.
See page 35
Sash Belt Lock-off - use
this to hold the restraint
more securely
See page 30
Shoulder Height shoulders must not be
above the marker line
See page 25
Harness Straps must not be twisted.
See page 27
Quick Release Buckle must always be securely
fastened.
See page 27
Suitable clothing - child’s clothing must allow the harness to securely grip the child.
See pages 8 & 28
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IMPORTANT: After reading this Quick Reference read the following instructions carefully
Harness Tensionpull harness tight.
See page 28
Vehicle Belts - must always be
secure and pulled tight.
See page 30
Base Recline adjustment - restraint
must be reclined correctly
See page 23
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WARNINGS
GENERAL
WARNINGS
• Do not alter or modify this restraint.
This Child Restraint is:
To be used only in a rearward-facing position until the infant’s shoulders reach
the lower shoulder height marker (approximately 12 months of age). Then to
be used in a forward-facing position until the child’s shoulders reach the upper
shoulder height marker (approximately 4 years of age).
• Repairs must only be done by the manufacturer or agent.
Continue to use this child restraint until the child reaches this limit.
• Use the restraint exactly as shown in the instructions.
• Supervision of children is needed because they may be able to
undo buckles.
• Do not allow the restraint to come into contact with polishes, oils,
bleach and other chemicals.
• Destroy the restraint if it has been in a severe crash, even if no
damage is visible.
• A loose harness or restraint is dangerous.
• Fit the restraint firmly to the car seat.
• Fit the harness firmly to the child.
• DO NOT USE THIS RESTRAINT WITHOUT THE COVER
• This child restraint is not approved for use with any connectors
that connect to the car’s ISOFIX low anchorages.
• DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN THE CAR
REAR FACING
WARNINGS
Do not use forward facing until child’s shoulders are above the lower shoulder
height marker.
Infants are at risk of serious injury if they face forward too early.
Children are at risk of serious injury if they move to booster seats too early.
Children who have outgrown this restraint are safest in a larger child restraint
with an in-built harness or a booster seat until their shoulders reach the upper
shoulder height marker of the restraint.
TO BE USED WITH A LAP-SASH/LAP ONLY SEAT BELT IN THE BACK OF MOST
CARS WITH FORWARD FACING SEATS.
than one nappy on the baby and make sure the nappy is not folded
When installed rearward facing this restraint is 750 mm long, 500 mm wide and 520
mm high. Check the measurement between the front of the seat back of the rear seat
and all front seats in the car in which the restraint is intended to be used to ensure
the space available is sufficient.
thickly at the back.
Ensure that children have adequate ventilation and shade when in the vehicle.
• To ensure that baby's back is evenly supported, do not put more
• DO NOT USE A REAR FACING CHILD RESTRAINT WHERE AN
AIRBAG IS FITTED IN FRONT OF THE SEATING POSITION.
• Do not harness an infant wrapped in a blanket or swaddled. Any
blanket or wrap must only be placed over the harness and infant.
NOTE: The warnings on this page are required by the Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/
NZS 1754 for this type of child restraint. Other warnings specific to this particular child restraint
will be found on the following pages and throughout these instructions.
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ADDITIONAL WARNINGS
Do not use seat belt extenders if the car seat belt is not long enough to secure the
child restraint. If the vehicle seat belt is not long enough to secure the restraint seek
advice from a child restraint fitter.
Read carefully the whole of the instructions for the installation, and in the event of
doubt about the method of installation, consult the child restraint manufacturer or
agent, or a child restraint fitting station authorized by the relevant transport authority,
or in New Zealand, consult the agent for the vehicle.
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ADDITIONAL WARNINGS
Strangulation hazard: Child can strangle in loose restraint straps.
Always use harness. Never leave child in restraint when straps
are loose or undone.
ADDITIONAL WARNINGS
Only install child restraint in a forward facing
vehicle seat. Never install in a seat that faces
the rear or the side of the vehicle.
Aftermarket accessories (i.e. items not provided in the box with
the child restraint), may not have been tested for use with this
child restraint and if used, may lower the level of protection offered possibly leading to injury or death.
Any aftermarket accessory used should be compliant with AS/
NZS 8005 (Accessories for child restraints for use in motor vehicles) and stated as suitable for use with this child restraint.
Never install the Child Restraint in a seat
VERY IMPORTANT: Only replace the cover with
a Joie supplied replacement cover with identical shoulder height markers or a replacement
cover meeting AS/NZS 8005.
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with a front airbag. DEATH or SERIOUS
INJURY may occur. Refer to your vehicle
Owners Manual for airbag warnings and
information.
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REAR FACING
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3
4
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6
7
8
9
10
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Adjustable Head Support
Seat Pad
Harness QR Buckle
Harness Adjuster Cover
Harness Adjuster (under cover)
Harness Adjuster Webbing
Recline Angle Adjustment Handle
Crotch Pad
Shoulder Harness Strap
Shoulder Harness Strap Covers
Infant Body Support
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13
14
15
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Sash Belt Lock-off Device
Head Support Adjuster Handle
Top Tether Storage Bag
Top Tether
Top Tether Anchorage
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18
19
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21
Base
Rearward-Facing Vehicle Belt Slot
Forward-Facing Vehicle Belt Slot
Seat Shell
Instructions Storage
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14
15
16
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2
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10
11
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4
5
6
7
12
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REAR FACING
Features
Features
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Shoulder Strap height
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Recline Angle
Correct positioning of the shoulder straps
is essential for your baby's safety.
When used rear facing the restraint must
always be fully reclined. The white arrow
on the shell must be above the blue arrow
on the base.
Requirement:
The shoulder straps must be positioned
near to the child's shoulders, but not
lower than the child's shoulders.
The straps should be in the next available adjustment position above your
child's shoulders.
IMPORTANT: A correct recline angle
is essential for your baby’s safety.
To Check:
With baby placed in the restraint, note
where the shoulder straps are positioned
relative to the shoulders.
Headrest adjustor
handle at back of
headrest
To Adjust:
If adjustment is needed squeeze the
headrest adjustor handle and raise or
lower the headrest as required.
To Adjust:
1. Pull the release handle on the shell fully
forward.
2. Rotate the shell until the white arrow is
above the blue arrow.
REAR FACING
REAR FACING
Correct Recline Angle
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IMPORTANT: Always adjust the
height of the shoulder straps as
the child grows
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This restraint has shoulder height level
labels.
Use these to gauge when your child is
ready to move from rear facing to forward
facing.
Once your child's shoulders reach the
dotted line on the lower label they can use
the restraint forward facing.
IMPORTANT: Children are safer rear
facing. Joie recommends that they
remain rear facing until they are 12
months of age.
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Securing a Child in the Restraint - Securing the Harness
FIRST CHECK SHOULDER STRAP
HEIGHT AND ADJUST IF NECESSARY.
See page 15
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REAR FACING
REAR FACING
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Shoulder Strap height labels
1 Loosen harness by pressing on adjuster button while pulling on the harness
straps.
2 Press button to open the
quick release buckle. Spread harness
straps apart.
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3 Place child in restraint in
seated position, firmly against both the
back and bottom of the restraint.
Child must be dressed in clothing that
allows the harness to firmly secure them.
See note on next page.
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Adjusting the Harness
5 Tighten harness by pulling on the adjuster strap at the front of the restraint.
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5
Note: you may need to pull excess
shoulder strap webbing through the Quick
Release Buckle Tongues upward towards
the child’s shoulder and then pull on
the adjuster strap. This may need to be
repeated several times to get the webbing
fitting snugly.
REAR FACING
REAR FACING
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Securing the Harness
IMPORTANT
Shoulder Straps must be a firm or
snug fit and must not be twisted.
4 Place buckle tongues into the quick
release buckle.
IMPORTANT:
The buckle tongue pushed in last
should “CLICK” when it locks into
place. If it does not click, try again
or try cleaning the buckle.
See page 39.
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Infants need to be securely held by
the harness. An infant wrapped in
a blanket or swaddled will not be
securely held and may be ejected
and killed in an accident
Do not bind or wrap the infants
arms or legs together.
“CLICK”
WARNING
DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN
UNATTENDED IN THE CAR
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Installing the Restraint - Using Vehicle Belts
Sash Belt
The installed restraint should look like
this:
A
A) Vehicle belts securely connected to the
belt buckle and pulled tight,
See page 11 for recommended positions
in the vehicle.
REAR FACING
REAR FACING
Place the restraint on the vehicle seat
rearward facing.
Installing the Restraint - Using Vehicle Belts
Pull the vehicle lap/sash belt out and pass
through the slot in the restraint.
Pass the vehicle belts across the restraint
seating surface and out the other side.
Engage the vehicle belt buckle.
Pull the vehicle belts tight.
Lap Belt
Connect the top tether strap. See page 36
for more information
REARWARD FACING
BELT PATH
Look for this label showing the correct path for the vehicle belts
REARWARD
FACING BELT
PATH
B) Lap and sash belt threaded under the
steel lugs.
Tether Strap connected to the anchorage
and correctly tensioned. See page 36 for
more information.
B
IMPORTANT: pass the vehicle
belts underneath the steel lug
protruding into each slot. These
lugs are essential for holding the
sash belt in place.
Steel Lug
NOTE: for clarity the illustrations show the vehicle belts on top of the cover. They
can also be passed under the cover i.e. between the cover and the shell.
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Rear Facing
This restraint has a soft padded liner for
use with a baby or small child. Use this
liner for more comfort or if they are not
fully supported by the main cover.
Correct Recline Angle
In the back of the liner is an extra removeable foam insert intended for use with a
low birth weight or very small baby. Its
purpose is to increase comfort by increasing the recline angle of the baby.
Select a position that gives the most comfort for your child.
This should be removed when the baby
has grown to the size of a normal small
baby.
IMPORTANT: do not use the Infant
Insert when the restraint is installed
forward facing.
FORWARD FACING
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Recline Angle
Forward Facing
The Liner can be used for small children
but should be removed when they grow
older than about 6 months.
DO NOT use the Liner if the child is so
big that it is preventing them having some
movement.
When used forward facing the restraint
must always be correctly reclined. The
white arrow on the shell must be above
one of the yellow arrows on the base.
IMPORTANT A correct recline angle
is essential for your child’s safety.
DO NOT use the position marked by
the blue arrow when the restraint is
forward facing.
To Adjust:
FORWARD FACING
REAR FACING
Liner and Infant Insert
1. Pull the release handle on the shell fully
forward.
2. Rotate the shell until the white arrow is
above one of the yellow arrows.
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1
Shoulder and Crotch pads.
These are for comfort only and can be
removed at any time.
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Securing a Child in the Restraint - Shoulder Strap height
This restraint has shoulder height level
labels.
Correct positioning of the shoulder straps
is essential for your child's safety.
Requirement:
The shoulder straps must be positioned near to the child’s shoulders, but
not more than 25 mm below the child’s
shoulders.
Headrest adjustor
handle at back of
headrest
Use these to gauge when your child is too
big for the restraint.
Once your child’s shoulders reach the
dotted line on the upper label on the moving headrest when it is fully up they can
move to a booster seat.
See page 33 for more information.
To Adjust:
If adjustment is needed squeeze the
headrest adjustor handle and raise or
lower the headrest as required.
FORWARD FACING
FORWARD FACING
To Check:
With child placed in the restraint, note
where the shoulder straps are positioned
relative to the shoulders.
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Shoulder Strap height labels
IMPORTANT: Always adjust the
height of the shoulder straps as
the child grows
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Securing a Child in the Restraint - Securing the Harness
FIRST CHECK SHOULDER STRAP
HEIGHT AND ADJUST IF NECESSARY.
See page 23
1
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Securing the Harness
3 Place child in restraint in
seated position firmly against both the
back and bottom of the restraint.
3
2 Press button to open the
quick release buckle. Spread harness
straps apart.
2
4 Place buckle tongues into the quick
release buckle.
IMPORTANT:
The buckle tongue pushed in last
should “CLICK” when it locks into
place. If it does not click, try again
or try cleaning the buckle.
See page 39.
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4
FORWARD FACING
FORWARD FACING
1 Loosen harness by pressing on adjuster button while pulling on the harness
straps.
“CLICK”
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5 Tighten harness by pulling on the adjuster strap at the front of the restraint.
Note: you may need to pull excess
shoulder strap webbing through the Quick
Release Buckle Tongues upward towards
the child’s shoulder and then pull on
the adjuster strap. This may need to be
repeated several times to get the webbing
fitting snugly.
IMPORTANT
Shoulder Straps must be a firm or
snug fit and must not be twisted.
FORWARD FACING
Children need to be securely held
by the harness. Children must be
dressed in clothing that allows the
harness to firmly grip them.
Do not wrap the child in a blanket
or similar. Only place such covering over the child after they are
strapped in.
WARNING
DO NOT LEAVE CHILDREN
UNATTENDED IN THE CAR
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Installing the Restraint - Using Vehicle Belts
See page 11 for recommended positions
in the vehicle.
Place the restraint on the vehicle seat
forward facing.
Pull the vehicle lap/sash belt out and
thread it through the two forward-facing
vehicle belt slots at the back of the child
restraint.
Pass the vehicle belt between the
cover and the plastic backrest.
Engage the vehicle belt buckle.
FORWARD FACING BELT
PATH
FORWARD FACING
Securing a Child in the Restraint - Adjusting the Harness
Look for this marking showing the correct
path for the vehicle belts
D
WAR
FOR CING
FA
TH
T PA
BEL
“CLICK”
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Installing the Restraint - Using Vehicle Belts
While pressing the child restraint down
firmly into the vehicle seat, pull the vehicle
sash belt until both lap and sash belts are
tight.
Cover Removal
To Remove
1. Remove the Infant Insert and Crotch
Pad if fitted.
2. Press the red button down to disengage the QR buckle.
A
B
B
3. Detach press studs A on the head
support and elastic loop fasteners B (one
is inside the shell) and remove the head
support cover.
4. Detach the press studs C on sides of
seat pad.
A
Maintain tension on the vehicle sash belt
and open the lock-off device and slide the
sash belt into it.
Connect the top tether strap. See page 36
for more information
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C
FORWARD FACING
FORWARD FACING
5. Pull the QR buckle through the slot in
the seat pad and then remove seat pad
from seat shell.
C
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The Next Restraint
Refit Cover
To Refit
1. Place the main cover into the seat and
thread the QR buckle through the slot in
the cover, and move the harness lap
straps into the slots in the cover A.
2. Secure the press studs B & C.
3. Fit the headrest cover over the headrest
and ensure that the shoulder straps are in
the slots between headrest and upper
backrest pad E.
This restraint is suitable for a child of average size up to approximately four years
of age.
E
E
B
B
A
A
4. Secure the press studs F and elastic
loop fasteners G (one is inside the shell) .
When the child has outgrown this restraint, the next suitable type of restraint
is a booster seat.
IMPORTANT: Children are at risk of serious injury if they move to booster seats
too early.
Children that have outgrown this restraint
are safest in a booster seat until their
shoulders reach the upper shoulder height
marker of the booster seat.
F
FORWARD FACING
FORWARD FACING
G
G
C
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TOP TETHER WARNINGS
THIS RESTRAINT MUST BE ATTACHED TO A CHILD RESTRAINT UPPER ANCHOR-
Top Tether Use
AGE POINT IN THE CAR.
This child restraint has a tether strap permanently attached to the back of the seat.
REFER TO CAR OWNERS HANDBOOK FOR LOCATION OF ANCHORAGE POINTS.
Always use this tether strap.
REFER TO A CHILD RESTRAINT FITTING STATION IF NO ANCHORAGE POINTS ARE
IN THE MOTOR CAR.
THIS RESTRAINT IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE WHERE THE TOP TETHER STRAP MAY
Adjust the tether tension until the webbing
is pulled tight - but not so tight that it lifts
the child restraint off the vehicle seat.
Connect the tether strap to the built-in anchorage fitting in the vehicle, or if there is
not one available, install the anchor fitting
supplied with this restraint by following
the instructions on the next pages.
FALL INTO A SPLIT IN THE SEAT BACK OR OFF THE SIDE OF THE SEAT.
Always secure the loose end of the top tether strap to prevent it hanging out of the car
or being accessible by the child. Store it in the bag attached to the back of the cover.
Top Tether End
Storage Bag
Do not use the child restraint where this strap may fall into a split in the seat back or off
the side of the seat.
Top Tether Strap
ALWAYS ATTACH HOOK AND REMOVE SLACK.
Top Tether Snap
Hook
CAUTION: CHILDREN CAN BE INJURED OR RESTRAINTS AND TOP TETHER STRAP
DAMAGED BY UNSECURED CARGO IN A COLLISION.
SECURE OR REMOVE HAZARDOUS CARGO BEFORE USING THIS CHILD RESTRAINT.
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Tether
Adjustor
Tether
Anchorage
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Top Tether Use
Tether Anchorage Installation
Always connect the snap hook securely to the
anchorage fitting.
If the car is fitted with a child restraint anchorage point:
Adjust the tether as shown.
Locate the anchorage point behind the rear
seating position (consult the vehicle owners
handbook for location of the anchorage point).
Remove the thread plug from the parcel shelf/
floor/roof and install the attachment bolt as
shown opposite.
Pull to increase tension
Attachment
Bolt
Lock
Washer
Anchor
Fitting
Spacers
(if
required)
CAUTION:
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE ATTACHMENT
BOLT. MAXIMUM TORQUE 20Nm.
Vehicle
Trim
Vehicle
Metal
Structure
The anchor fitting must be aligned as shown
unless stated otherwise in the vehicle owners
handbook.
FRONT OF VEHICLE
If drilling a new hole, select a position on the
centre line of the seating position, and no
closer than 100 mm from the front edge of the
parcel shelf.
In some vehicles without a fixed parcel
shelf an extension tether strap may be
required. These are available in several
different lengths and can be obtained
from child restraint retail outlets.
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WARNING
CHILD RESTRAINTS MUST NOT BE ATTACHED TO UNSOUND METAL OR
WOOD OR SYNTHETIC STRUCTURES. WHEN DRILLING THE 9 MM HOLE DO
NOT DRILL THROUGH FUEL LINES, FUEL TANKS, ELECTRICAL WIRING, OR
RADIO SPEAKERS. WEBBING STRAPS MUST BE PROTECTED FROM SHARP
CORNERS AND EDGES.
THE ANCHOR FITTING MUST BE USED ONLY AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. IT
MUST NOT BE HOOKED ONTO ANY OTHER OBJECT.
centre-line of seating position
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Maintenance
Tether Anchorage Installation
If the car is not fitted with a child restraint
anchorage point:
For sedans only - drill a 9 mm hole in the parcel
shelf on the centre line of the seating position
as shown on page 27.
Install the anchor bolt as shown opposite.
For vehicles other than sedans - In Australia,
consult your nearest child restraint fitting station or traffic authority for vehicle inspection to
find the best, correct position for the placement
of the anchorage point, and for the correct attachment bolt length and use of spacers.
In New Zealand, consult the agent for the
vehicle.
Attachment
Bolt
Anchor
Fitting
Spacers
(if required)
Vehicle Trim
Vehicle
Metal
Structure
Reinforcing
Washer
Lock Washer
Nut
SEAT COVER
HARNESS BUCKLE
Wash with cold water at less than 30
degrees C.
To clean the buckle: rinse using warm
water. DO NOT use any soaps, solvents
or lubricants. Using anything other
than water can cause the buckle to
malfunction. Air dry.
Do not iron.
Do not bleach or dry clean.
Do not twist the soft goods to dry with
great force. It may leave the seat cover with
wrinkles.
Hang dry the seat cover in the shade. Do
not tumble dry.
INFANT INSERT
Remove foam insert from Infant Insert
before machine washing.
See page 22 for instructions on re-inserting foam insert into the Infant Insert.
PLASTIC AND METAL PARTS
FRONT OF VEHICLE
Use only mild detergent, water and a soft
cloth to clean the car seat shell, handle
and harness straps. Air dry.
When the buckle is operating correctly the
tongues will push in easily and the second
tongue will CLICK when it latches into
place.
If the buckle does not appear to be
working correctly get it checked or
replaced by contacting the retailer from
where it was purchased, or by contacting
Australia's Power Brands.
STORAGE
Remove the child restraint from the vehicle
seat if not in use for a long period of time.
Put the child restraint in a cool, dry place
where your child cannot access it.
Do not use undiluted detergent﹐ or other
solvents to clean - these may cause
damage.
HARNESS STRAPS
Shoulder harness straps are not removable. Clean with mild detergent, water and
a soft cloth only.
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Australia Power Brands Pty Ltd
ACN 081952561
Bambino International Division
82 Bellingara Road, Miranda, NSW 2228
P.O. Box 2145, Taren Point, NSW 2229,
Australia.
Phone: (02) 8543 5570 Fax: (02) 8543 5571
P - I M 0212A - O c t 15.
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