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WARNING
Carefully read and understand all instructions and warnings in
this manual. Failure to properly use this Car Seat increases the
risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH in a sudden stop or crash.
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
Store this manual in the pocket provided on the
side and underneath of the Car Seat Pad.
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CV88C
PROtect Car Seat Series™
Elite Convertible Car Seat
OWNER’S MANUAL
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Baby Trend, Inc.
1607 S. Campus Ave.,
Ontario, CA 91761
Para instrucciones en Español, conéctese a
www.babytrend.com o llamar al: 1-800-328-7363.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1.0 General Warnings and Information............................................ 3
2.0 Use Recommendations............................................................... 5
2.1 Rear facing without the upper seatback.................................... 5
2.2 Rear facing with the upper seatback......................................... 6
2.3 Forward facing seat requirements............................................. 7
3.0 Convertible Seat Parts................................................................. 8
4.0 Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location....................................... 10
4.1 Proper Installation.....................................................................11
4.2 Vehicle Seats to Avoid:............................................................ 12
4.3 Vehicle Seat Belt Systems....................................................... 12
4.4 Vehicle Seat Belt Systems to Avoid......................................... 13
4.5 LATCH Lower Anchors............................................................ 13
4.6 LATCH - Top Tether Anchor Locations..................................... 14
5.0 Installation and Use................................................................... 15
5.1Child Placement in Restraint................................................... 16
5.2Rear Facing Installation with Lap/shoulder Belt...................... 17
5.3Rear Facing Installation with Lap Bet...................................... 20
5.4 LATCH - Rear Facing Installation with LATCH
Lower Anchor........................................................................... 24
5.5Forward Facing Installation with Lap/Shoulder Belt and
Top Tether................................................................................ 28
5.6Forward Facing Installation with Lap Belt and Top Tether....... 31
5.7LATCH - Forward Facing Installation with Lower Anchor and
Top Tether................................................................................ 33
5.8LATCH Connector Belt Rerouting............................................ 36
5.9Aircraft Installation................................................................... 41
5.10
Child Placement in Restraint................................................... 41
5.11
Shoulder Height Adjustment.................................................... 43
5.12Crotch Buckle Position............................................................ 45
5.13
Harness Length Adjustment.................................................... 45
5.14
Locking Clip Use...................................................................... 45
5.15
Upper Seat Back Removal and Installation............................. 46
5.16
Pad Removal & Laundering..................................................... 47
5.17Cup Holder Attachment and Removal..................................... 48
6.0Safety.......................................................................................... 49
6.1 Safe Practices......................................................................... 49
6.2 Safety Checklist....................................................................... 50
7.0 Additional Information............................................................... 51
7.1 Certification.............................................................................. 51
7.2 Aircraft Use.............................................................................. 51
7.3 Vehicle Seat Protection........................................................... 51
7.4 Instruction Manual Storage...................................................... 51
7.5 Convertible Seat Useful Life.................................................... 51
8.0 Registration Information........................................................... 52
9.0 Care and Cleaning..................................................................... 53
9.1 Removing Seat Pad, Back Pad and Headrest Pad................. 53
9.2 Cleaning Seat Pad, Head Bolster and Height Insert............... 53
9.3 Cleaning Shell......................................................................... 53
9.4 Replacement Parts.................................................................. 53
10.0Warranty...................................................................................... 54
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1.0 General Warnings and Information
WARNING!
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
• Failure to follow these instructions and Convertible Seat labels
can result in injury or death to a child from striking the vehicle’s
interior during a sudden stop or crash.
- Even if the Convertible Seat seems easy to use on your own, it
is important to read these instructions and the vehicle owner’s
manual for details you might miss.
• The instructions in this manual and in your vehicle owner’s
manual must be followed carefully. If there is a conflict between
the two, the vehicle owner’s manual must be followed if it relates
to the vehicles lap/shoulder belt, LATCH or air bags.
• Failure to use the automobile lap/shoulder belt or to adjust it
properly can result in your child striking the vehicle’s interior
during a sudden stop or crash. Serious injury or death can occur.
• DO NOT allow others (baby sitters, friends, grandparents, etc.)
To use this Convertible Seat unless they read and understand the
instructions and labels and can demonstrate proper use to your
satisfaction.
• Use only car seat accessories manufactured by Baby Trend.
Accessories can affect your child’s safety in a sudden stop or
crash.
• DO NOT modify or attach any toys, padding, or other items to
this Convertible Seat. Untested modifications or padding could
result in injury in a crash.
• Secure this Convertible Seat with the vehicle lap/shoulder belt
or LATCH bars at all times (even when there is no child in it). An
unsecured child restraint can injure others if a crash occurs.
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1.0 General Warnings and Information
• Direct sunlight can make Convertible Seat surfaces hot enough
to burn your child. Use caution and check the vehicle and
Convertible Seat on hot, sunny days.
• NEVER leave child unattended under any circumstance.
• DO NOT use this Convertible Seat if it has been in a crash.
(There may be hidden damage and it must be replaced.) Your
insurance company may provide some assistance replacing this
convertible seat.
• DO NOT use this Convertible Seat if it is damaged in any way or
has missing parts.
• STOP USING THIS Convertible Seat AND THROW IT AWAY after
the date on the back of the seat. THROW IT AWAY in a dark trash
bag.....Do Not sell to a thrift or consignment shop, at garage
sales or flea markets.
• NEVER use this Convertible seat in the home, on a boats, or in
a motor home with side facing seats or other non certified uses.
Only use this restraint in Automobiles and Aircraft.
WARNING
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
• NEVER use this Convertible in any vehicle seating position equipped
with an active air bag. Read your vehicle’s owners manual to see to
turn off your airbag if you have no back seat or a child must ride in
the front seats. For side air bags see section 4.1 (pg 11).
DO NOT place rear-facing infant seat on front seat with
active frontal air bag. DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY
can occur. The back seat is the safest place for children
12 and under.
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2.0 Use Recommendations
2.0 Use Recommendations
Parents are advised that children should use a child restraint with
a built-in harness system until they exceed the weight or height
limits specified by the manufacturer.
Weight and Height Requirements:
This child restraint, WITH the upper seatback installed in a rear facing
position (Fig. 6a) is designed for use by children whose:
2.1 Rear facing without the upper seatback
Weight and Height Requirements:
This child restraint, without the upper seatback in a rear facing position
(Fig. 5a) is designed for use by children whose:
- Weight is between 5 and 22 lbs (2.3 and
10 kg), and
- Top of head has NOT reached max height
red line on seat back (Fig. 5b). Refer to
warning label on top of seat for reference.
Child MUST meet BOTH of these requirements
to use this Convertible Seat without the upper
seatback installed.
2.2 Rear facing with the upper seatback
- Weight is between 5 and 40 lbs (2.3 kg and
18.1 kg), and
- Head is 1 inch below the top of the seat
(Fig. 6b).
Child MUST meet BOTH of these requirements
to use this Convertible Seat.
Fig. 6a
1 in. (2.54 cm)
Fig. 5a
Label Reference
WARNING! DEATH or SERIOUS INURY can occur
• Avoid Injury - Install upper seat back when the top of your child’s head
reaches this line OR weighs more than 22 lbs OR is Forward Facing.
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Fig. 6b
Fig. 5b
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3.0 Convertible Seat Parts
Removable upper
seat back
2.3 Forward facing seat requirements
Weight and Height Requirements:
This child restraint, with the upper seatback installed in a forward facing
position, is designed for use by children whose:
Upper Seatback
- Weight is between 23 and 65 lbs (10.43 kg
and 29 kg), and
- Height is 50 inches (127 cm) or less.
- Age is 1 year old.
Removable
headrest
Harness pads
Seat pad
Chest clip
5-point harness
buckle
Cup holder
Child MUST meet ALL of these requirements to
use this Convertible Seat forward facing.
Harness tension
adjuster
Recline adjustment
Fig. 7
NEVER install the car seat in a forward facing position without the
upper seat back installed.
Harness height
adjuster release
Forward
belt path
Lower anchor
connectors
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Armrest
Rear
belt path
Seat level
indicator
Seat base
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4.0 Selecting A Vehicle Seating Location
WARNING!
Removable upper
seat back
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
Harness height
adjustment
release
Harness height
adjustment
release
Top tether
Instruction
holder
Upper seat
back release
Seat Base
Lower anchor
connectors
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Locking Clip
Storage
Lower anchor
connectors
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• Only use this Convertible Seat with the vehicle’s lap/shoulder
belts or LATCH System.
• DO NOT use this Convertible Seat with vehicle lap/shoulder belts
mounted to the vehicle door or door frame.
• DO NOT use this Convertible Seat if it cannot be properly
installed. Some child restraints will not fit some vehicle seating
positions.
• NEVER use this Convertible Seat in any vehicle seating position
equipped with an active air bag.
- Read your vehicle’s owner manual to see how to turn off your
airbag if you have no back seat or if a child must ride in the
front seat. For side air bags see Section 4.1.
• DO NOT use this Convertible Seat in the rear seat of a compact
pickup truck. Severe head injury or death can occur.
• DO NOT Use this Convertible Seat in a vehicle with side facing
seats or rear facing vehicle seats. See Section 4.2.
• NEVER attempt to install this Convertible Seat without the upper
seat back installed in forward facing position.
• NEVER use this restraint in a forward facing position with the
removable upper seatback removed.
• NEVER attach two LATCH lower anchors to the same LATCH
attachment point.
• NEVER use both the LATCH lower anchors and the vehicle’s
lap/shoulder belts at the same time.
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4.0 Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location
4.1 Proper Installation:
1.National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) alerts vehicle
owners that, according to accident statistics, children under age 13 are safer
when properly restrained in the rear seating positions rather than in front
seating positions.
2.Refer to vehicle owner’s manual for car seat installation instructions for your
vehicle.
- Use Convertible seats in a vehicle’s rear seat location whenever possible.
- Follow LATCH anchor connector points maximum weight ratings
- Never put Convertible Seat in a front seat location unless recommended
by vehicle owner’s manual.
- For vehicles with air bags, refer to vehicle owner’s manual for child
restraint installation information.
- If a vehicle front seat location with an air bag must be used, follow the
vehicle manufacturer’s instructions for child restraint use and move the
vehicle seat back as far as possible.
Baby Trend Policy Statement
Use Of PROtect™ Car Seat Series Convertible Car Seat Child Restraint In
Conjunction With Side Air bags
To determine the types of side impact air bag(s) your vehicle may have for
individual seating positions, please refer to your owner’s manual.
4.0 Selecting A Vehicle Seating Location
4.2 Vehicle Seats to Avoid:
DO NOT use this Convertible Seat with the following vehicle seats:
NO
Seats facing SIDES
of vehicle
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Seats facing REAR
of vehicle
4.3 Vehicle Seat Belt Systems:
Use only the vehicle’s lap and shoulder belt,
lap belt or LATCH system when restraining
this Convertible Seat.
Design and operation of vehicle lap/shoulder
belt systems vary from vehicle to vehicle and
from seating location to seating location in
the same vehicle. Not all vehicle lap/shoulder
belts can be used with a child restraint. Refer
to the information in this section on the various
types of vehicle lap/shoulder belt systems.
The Baby Trend PROtect™ Car Seat Series Convertible Car Seat child restraint
may be used in any rear seating position equipped only with side impact air
bags that are roof mounted with “curtain” type deployment. For all other vehicles
with other types of side impact air bags, please refer to the specific vehicles
owner’s manual for appropriate use of child restraints, or call the automobile
manufacturer for more information.
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NO
NO
Rear seats of small
extended cab pickup trucks
YES
Lap and shoulder belt
YES
Lap belt only
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4.4 Vehicle Lap/Shoulder Systems to Avoid:
DO NOT use this Convertible Seat with the following vehicle seats:
NO
NO
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4.6 LATCH - Top Tether Anchor Locations:
Top Tether Locations are indicated by the following
symbol.
LATCH Top Tether symbol
Consult your vehicle owner’s manual for your vehicle’s exact
LATCH locations, anchor identification and usage requirements.
Passive restraints with
motorized shoulder belt
Passive restraints with lap
or shoulder belts mounted
on front door
4.5 LATCH Lower Anchors:
Consult your vehicle owner’s manual or manufacturer for
location and availability of LATCH anchor points.
NOT all vehicles have the same locations or maximum weight
requirements for LATCH!
Maximum Child Weight for LATCH: Lower Anchor 45 lbs (20.4 kg), Top
Tether 65 lbs (29.5 kg).
Vehicle LATCH locations may vary:
Ceiling mount
Rear Package Shelf
Pick up truck
Vehicle with reinforced seats
Lower Anchor
Point Locations
Floor Mounts
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5.0 Installation and Use
WARNING!
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur:
• Use only in a rear facing position when using restraint with an
infant weighing less than 22 lbs. (9 kg).
• Use only with children who weigh between 5 - 65 lbs. (2.3 - 29
kg) and whose height is 50 inches (127 cm) or less. Rear Facing
with the removable upper seatback removed; 5 - 22 pounds. Rear
facing with removable upper seatback installed; 5 - 40 lbs. (2.318.1 kg). Forward facing 1 year and 23 - 65 lbs. (10.43 - 29 kg).
• Snugly adjust the belts (Harness) provided with this child
restraint around your child. Snug means you can not pinch
webbing once buckled.
• Secure the top anchorage strap provided with this restraint.
• Secure this child restraint with the vehicle’s child restraint
Anchorage system (LATCH) if available or with a lap/shoulder
belt.
• Follow all instructions on this child restraint and in the written
Instructions located on the back of the seat. Do not use without
instructions. Call 1-800-328-7363 to obtain instructions.
• Use vehicle lap/shoulder belt (not LATCH) for children weighing
more than 45 lbs (20.5 kg).
• Register your child restraint with Baby Trend.
• DO NOT place this rear facing child seat in a front seat that has
an active airbag.
• NEVER leave child unattended under any circumstance.
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Routing paths for forward facing installation
Lap belt with
top tether
Lap/Shoulder belt
with top tether
LATCH Lower anchor
with top tether
5.1 Child Placement in Restraint
1.Place child in the restraint with the child’s back flat against the back
of the restraint and the child’s bottom touching the seat.
2.Place harness straps over the child’s shoulders.
Note: Check the height of the harness straps at the child’s shoulders.
3.Place 5-point crotch buckle in rear position for rear facing and outer
position for forward facing.
4.Insert the buckle tongues into the buckle. Note: Pull up and test
buckle tongues to be sure they are secure.
5.Place chest clip at arm pit level. Insert chest clip tabs and press
together. Pull outward on chest clip’s ends to be sure it is secure.
6.Pull on harness adjuster to tighten harness straps. A snug strap
should not allow any slack. It lies in a relatively straight line without
sagging. It does not press on to the child’s skin or push the child’s
body into an unnatural position.
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5.2 Rear Facing Installation with Lap/Shoulder Belt.
Requirements. See section 2.1:
Weight is 5 - 22 lbs (2.3 - 10 kg)
Rear Facing Installation with Lap/Shoulder Belt. With Headrest.
Requirements. See section 2.2:
Weight is between 5 and 40 lbs (2.3 kg and 18.1 kg),
and head is 1 inch below the top of the seat.
The top of head has NOT reached max
height red line on seat back. Refer to
warning label on top of seat for reference.
Without headrest
With headrest
Routing paths for rear facing installation with or without headrest
1.Squeeze recline handle and recline the seat to
positions 1, 2, or 3. Angling the seat will keep the
baby’s head back and airway open.
Lap belt
Lap/Sholder belt
Lower anchor
WARNING
2. Place this restraint in a rear seating position and ensure vehicle is level.
Never use a Top Tether connector in a rear facing
installation!!
The Convertible car seat, in a Rear Facing installation, was designed with a
removable upper seatback to allow for a proper installation when the upper seatback
comes in contact with the front seat. If the upper seatback comes in contact with the
front seat and prevents a 45 degree installation, remove the upper seatback and
install the Convertible at 45 degrees per the instructions in this section. To remove
the upper seatback refer to section 5.11 and read all WARNINGS.
Reinstall the upper seat back when child reaches 22 lbs. (9.98 kg.), or the top of the
child’s head has NOT reached max height red line on seat back. Keep child rear
facing as long as possible. If you have any questions regarding the use of the upper
seat back or any other questions please contact Baby Trend Customer Service at
1-800-328-7363.
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3.Unsnap the 2 front snaps and the 2 side
snaps. Lift and fold back padding.
Rear of Vehicle
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4. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off toward the
center of the restraint (Fig. 19a).
9. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off to the
locked position. Ensure the Rear Facing Lock
Off snap into position (Fig. 20a).
Fig. 19a
5. Lift both arms away from lock offs (Fig. 19b).
6.Route vehicle lap/shoulder belt through the
rear facing safety belt path (Fig. 19c).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing the
restraint to the vehicle.
7.Put weight in seat with hand to compress
the vehicle seat cushion then insert the seat
buckle tongue into the buckle and pull the
vehicle lap/shoulder belt tight as possible
(Fig. 19d). Pull up on buckle as to ensure the
buckle is secure.
Fig. 19b
Fig. 19c
Fig. 19d
Fig. 20a
11. Ensure the rear facing angle indicator
bubble is located between the boundary
lines (Fig. 20c).
12. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch, repeat
all steps until all safety steps are met.
Note: If needed a rolled up towel or pool
noodle can be used for extra elevation
and angle adjustment.
Fig. 20b
Fig. 20c
5.3 Rear Facing Installation with Lap Belt.
Requirements. See section 2.1:
Weight is 5 - 22 lbs (2.3 - 10 kg)
8. Press both arms into place and hold
(Fig. 19e).
Fig. 19e
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10. Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners and all snaps (Fig. 20b).
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The top of head has NOT reached max
height red line on seat back. Refer to
warning label on top of seat for reference.
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Routing paths for rear facing installation with or without headrest
Lap belt
Lap/Shoulder belt
Lower anchor
WARNING
1.Squeeze recline handle and recline the seat to
positions 1, 2, or 3. Angling the seat will keep
the baby’s head back and airway open. Note: If
needed a rolled up towel or pool noodle can be
used for extra elevation and angle adjustment.
2. Place this restraint in a rear seating position and ensure vehicle is level.
Never use a Top Tether connector in a rear facing
installation!!
The Convertible car seat, in a Rear Facing installation, was designed with a
removable upper seatback to allow for a proper installation when the upper seatback
comes in contact with the front seat. If the upper seatback comes in contact with the
front seat and prevents a 45 degree installation, remove the upper seatback and
install the Convertible at 45 degrees per the instructions in this section. To remove
the upper seatback refer to section 5.11 and read all WARNINGS.
Reinstall the upper seat back when child reaches 22 lbs. (9.98 kg.), or the top of the
child’s head has NOT reached max height red line on seat back. Keep child rear
facing as long as possible. If you have any questions regarding the use of the upper
seat back or any other questions please contact Baby Trend Customer Service at
1-800-328-7363.
Rear Facing Installation with Lap Belt. With Headrest.
Requirements. See section 2.2:
3.Unsnap the 2 front snaps and the 2 side
snaps. Lift and fold back padding.
Rear of Vehicle
4. Rotate both rear facing lock offs toward the
center of the restraint.
Weight is between 5 and 40 lbs (2.3 kg and 18.1 kg),
and head is 1 inch below the top of the seat.
With headrest
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5. Lift both arms away from lock offs (Fig. 23a).
10. Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners and all snaps (Fig. 24a).
Fig. 23a
6.Route vehicle lap belt through the rear facing
safety belt path (Fig. 23b).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing the
restraint to the vehicle.
7.Put weight in seat with hand to compress the
automobile seat cushion then insert the seat
buckle tongue into the buckle and pull vehicle
lap/shoulder belt tight as possible (Fig. 23c).
Pull up on buckle as to ensure the buckle is
secure.
Fig. 23b
11. Ensure the rear facing angle indicator
bubble is located between the boundary
lines (Fig. 24b).
Fig. 24a
12. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch, repeat
all steps until all safety steps are met.
Fig. 24b
Fig. 23c
5.4Rear Facing Installation with LATCH Lower Anchor.
8. Press both arms into place and hold
(Fig. 23d).
Requirements. See section 2.1:
Fig. 23d
9. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off to the
locked position. Ensure the rear facing lock
offs snap into position (Fig. 23e).
Fig. 23e
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Weight is 5 - 22 lbs (2.3 - 10 kg)
The top of head has NOT reached max height
red line on seat back. Refer to warning label on
top of seat for reference.
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WARNING
Never use a Top Tether connector in a rear facing
installation!!
The Convertible car seat, in a Rear Facing installation, was designed
with a removable upper seatback to allow for a proper installation
when the upper seatback comes in contact with the front seat. If the
upper seatback comes in contact with the front seat and prevents
a 45 degree installation, remove the upper seatback and install
the Convertible at 45 degrees per the instructions in this section.
To remove the upper seatback refer to section 5.11 and read all
WARNINGS.
Reinstall the upper seat back when child reaches 22 lbs. (9.98 kg.),
or the top of the child’s head has NOT reached max height red
line on seat back. Keep child rear facing as long as possible. If
you have any questions regarding the use of the upper seat back
or any other questions please contact Baby Trend Customer Service
at 1-800-328-7363.
1.Squeeze recline handle and recline the seat to
positions 1, 2, or 3. Angling the seat will keep
the baby’s head back and airway open.
Note: If needed a rolled up towel or pool
noodle can be used for extra elevation and
angle adjustment.
2.Place this restraint in a rear seating position and ensure vehicle is level.
3.Unsnap the 2 front snaps and the 2 side
snaps. Lift and fold back padding.
Rear of Vehicle
Rear Facing Installation with LATCH Lower Anchor. With Headrest.
4. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off toward the
center of the restraint.
Requirements. See section 2.2:
Weight is between 5 and 40 lbs (2.3 kg and 18.1 kg),
and head is 1 inch below the top of the seat.
With headrest
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5. Lift both arms away from lock offs (Fig. 27a).
6.Route LATCH belt through the rear facing
safety belt path (Fig. 27b) leaving the
adjuster side of the LATCH belt on the
child’s LEFT side (Fig. 27c).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing
the restraint to the vehicle.
7.Attach the LATCH connector to the
vehicle’s LATCH anchor with the release
button facing downwards towards the
seat cushion (Fig. 27d). Ensure that the
adjuster side of the LATCH belt is on the left
side of the car seat.
NOTE: If the adjuster is facing the wrong
direction or LATCH connector is upsidedown,
the restraint will not secure to the vehicle
properly.
8. Put weight in the seat with your hand to
compress the vehicle seat cushion then attach
the LATCH connector to the vehicle’s LATCH
anchor and pull adjuster belt tight as possible
(Fig. 27e). Pull up on LATCH connector as to
ensure the LATCH is secure.
9. Press both arms into place and hold
(Fig. 28a).
Fig. 27a
11. Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners and all snaps (Fig. 28c).
Fig. 27b
Fig. 28a
Fig. 28b
12. Ensure the rear facing angle indicator
bubble is located between the boundary
lines (Fig. 28d).
Fig. 27c
13. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch, repeat
all steps until all safety steps are met.
Fig. 28c
Fig. 28d
Fig. 27d
Fig. 27e
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10. Rotate both rear facing lock offs to the
locked position. Ensure the rear facing lock
offs snap into position (Fig. 28b).
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5.5 Forward Facing Installation with Vehicle Lap/shoulder Belt
and Top Tether
Top Tether
Requirements. See section 2.3:
Weight is 23 - 65 lbs (10.43 - 29 kg)
Height is 50 inches (127 cm) or less.
Age is 1 year old.
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1.Ensure that the harness is adjusted to position 3 or 4. Only use
recline positions 5 and 4 in forward facing positions.
5.Route vehicle lap/shoulder belt through
forward facing belt path (Fig. 30a).
2.Ensure vehicle is level and that the Convertible is placed flat, and
rests on the front outer edge of the vehicle seat.
6.Put weight in seat with hand to compress the
automobile seat cushion then insert the buckle
tongue into the buckle and adjust vehicle lap/
shoulder belt as tight as possible. Pull up on
buckle tongue to ensure the buckle is secure
(Fig. 30b).
7. Raise Forward Lock-off over the vehicle lap/
shoulder belt. Engage the lock tab and press
down to lock (Fig. 30c).
3.Lift back flap and place harness to side.
Fig. 30a
Fig. 30b
8.Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners (Fig. 30d).
9.Attach Top Tether to a designated anchor
point. Pull Top Tether strap until webbing
strap is snug (Fig. 30e).
NOTE: Your vehicle owner’s manual will give
the anchor locations and maximum weight of
the restraint’s occupant for LATCH connections.
4. Unlock and lower Forward Facing Lock-off.
10. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch repeat
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Fig. 30c
Fig. 30d
Fig. 30e
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5.6 Forward Facing Installation with Lap Belt and Top Tether
Requirements. See section 2.3:
4. Unlock and lower Forward Facing Lock-off.
Top Tether
Weight is 23 - 65 lbs (10.43 - 29 kg)
Height is 50 inches (127 cm) or less.
5.Route vehicle lap belt through forward facing
belt path.
Age is 1 year old.
1.Ensure that the harness is adjusted to position
3 or 4. Only use recline positions 5 and 4 in
forward facing positions.
2.Ensure vehicle is level and that the
Convertible is placed flat, and rests on the
front outer edge of the vehicle seat.
Rear of Vehicle
6.Put weight in seat with hand to compress
the automobile seat cushion then insert the
buckle tongue into the buckle and adjust the
vehicle lap/shoulder belt as tight as possible.
Pull up on buckle tongue to ensure the buckle
is secure.
7. Raise Forward Lock-off over the vehicle lap
belt. Engage the lock tab and press down to
lock.
3.Lift back flap and place harness to side.
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8.Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners.
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1.Place this restraint in a rear seating position
designated as lower anchor compatible (Fig.
34a). Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for
LATCH locations.
9.Attach Top Tether to a designated anchor
point. Pull Top Tether strap until webbing
strap is snug.
NOTE: Your vehicle owner’s manual will give
the anchor locations and maximum weight of
the restraint’s occupant for LATCH connections.
2.Ensure vehicle is level and that the Convertible
is placed flat, and rests on the front outer edge
of the vehicle seat. Make sure the harness is
adjusted to position 3 or 4. Only use recline
positions 5 and 4 in forward facing positions.
10. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch repeat
all steps until all safety steps are met.
Rear of Vehicle
Fig. 34a
Fig. 34b
5.7 LATCH - Forward Facing Installation with Lower Anchor and Top Tether
Top Tether
NOTE:Use the vehicle’s lap/shoulder belt (not
LATCH) for children weighing more than
45 lbs (20.5 kg).
4. Unlock and lower Forward Facing Lock-off
(Fig. 34c).
LATCH
lower anchor
Requirements. See Section 2.3:
Weight is 23 - 45 lbs (10.43 - 20.4 kg)
Height is 50 inches (127 cm) or less.
Age is 1 year old.
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3.Lift back flap and place harness to side
(Fig. 34b).
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5.Route LATCH belt through the front facing
safety belt path (Fig. 34d) leaving the
adjuster side of the LATCH belt on the
child’s RIGHT side (Fig. 35a).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing
the restraint to the vehicle.
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Fig. 34c
Fig. 34d
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6.Put weight in the seat with your hand to
compress the vehicle seat cushion then
attach the LATCH connector to the vehicle’s
LATCH anchor and pull adjuster belt tight
as possible (Fig. 35b). Pull up on LATCH
connector as to ensure the LATCH is secure.
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5.8 LATCH Connector Belt Rerouting
Reroute From Forward Facing Belt Path to Rear Facing Belt Path:
The correct belt path must be used for proper installation.
Fig. 35a
1. Lift back flap and place harness to side.
7. Raise Forward Lock-off over the LATCH belt.
Engage the lock tab and press down to lock
(Fig. 35c).
8.Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners (Fig. 35d).
9.Attach Top Tether to a designated anchor
point. Pull Top Tether strap until webbing
strap is snug (Fig. 35e).
NOTE: Your automobile’s owner’s manual
will give the anchor locations and maximum
weight of the restraint’s occupant for LATCH
connections.
10. Check for movement of the restraint at the
safety belt path. The restraint should not
move more than 1 inch in any direction. If
the restraint moves more than 1 inch repeat
all steps until all safety steps are met.
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2. Unlock and lower Forward Facing Lock-off.
Fig. 35b
Fig. 35c
Fig. 32d
3.Unthread LATCH belt out of the front facing
safety belt path.
4. Engage the Forward Lock-off tab and press
down to lock.
Fig. 32e
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10. Press both arms into place and hold
(Fig. 38b).
5. Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners (Fig. 37a).
Fig. 37a
6.Unsnap the 2 front snaps and the 2 side
snaps. Lift and fold back padding (Fig. 37b).
Rear of Vehicle
Fig. 37b
11. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off to the
locked position (Fig. 38c). Ensure the rear
facing lock offs snap into position.
Fig. 38a
12. Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners and all snaps (Fig. 38d).
Fig. 38b
7. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off toward the
center of the restraint (Fig. 37c).
Fig. 37c
8. Lift both arms away from lock offs (Fig. 37d).
9.Route LATCH belt through the rear facing
safety belt path (Fig. 37e) leaving the
adjuster side of the LATCH belt on the child’s
LEFT side (Fig. 38a).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing
the restraint to the vehicle.
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Fig. 38c
Reroute From Rear Facing Belt Path
to Front Facing Belt Path:
Fig. 37d
1. Unsnap the 2 front snaps and the 2 side
snaps. Lift and fold back padding (Fig. 38e).
Fig. 37e
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Fig. 38e
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2. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off toward the
center of the restraint.
7.Lift back flap and place harness to side
(Fig. 40a).
3. Lift both arms away from lock offs.
Fig. 40a
8. Unlock and lower Forward Facing Lock-off
(Fig. 40b).
4.Unthread LATCH belt out of the rear facing
safety belt path.
Fig. 40b
9.Route LATCH belt through the front facing
safety belt path (Fig. 40c) leaving the adjuster
side of the LATCH belt on the child’s RIGHT
side (Fig. 40d).
NOTE: Remove any twist in webbing to
ensure the webbing lies flat for securing
the restraint to the vehicle.
5. Press both arms into place and hold.
Fig. 40c
6. Rotate both Rear Facing Lock Off to the
locked position. Ensure the Rear Facing Lock
Off snap into position.
Fig. 40d
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10. Raise Forward Lock-off over the LATCH
belt. Engage the lock tab and press down to
lock (Fig. 41a).
11.Lower flap and secure hook and loop
fasteners (Fig. 41b).
2.Rear Facing - Harness Strap should be
located in the nearest position at or below the
shoulder (Fig. 42a).
Fig. 41a
5.9 Aircraft installation
1.Follow the vehicle lap/shoulder belt
installation for use in an Aircraft.
Fig. 41b
Then place harness straps over the child’s
shoulders (Fig. 42c).
Note: Check the height of the harness straps
are just above the child’s shoulders.
3.The Convertible has been safety tested with
the height insert and head pillow (Fig. 42d)
that are included with this restraint. The height
insert is needed until the child’s shoulder is at
or above position 1. Do not use height insert
with a child weighing more than 18 lbs.
2.Consult your airline for requirements to use
this restraint.
5.10Child Placement in Restraint
4.Insert the buckle tongues into the buckle
(Fig. 42e).
Note: Pull up and test buckle tongues to be
sure they are secure.
1.Place child in the restraint with the child’s
back flat against the back of the restraint and
the child’s bottom touching the seat (Fig 41c).
Fig. 41c
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Forward Facing - Harness Strap Height
should be located in the slot at or slightly
above the child’s shoulder (Fig. 42b).
Note: Forward facing occupants weighing
more than 32 lbs (14.5kg) or are 35 in. tall
(88.9 cm) MUST use height position 4.
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5.Place chest clip at arm pit level (Fig. 42f). Insert
chest clip tabs and press together. Pull outward
on chest clip’s ends to be sure it is secure.
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Fig. 42a
Fig. 42b
Fig. 42c
Fig. 42d
Fig. 42e
Fig. 42f
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6.Pull on the harness tension adjuster to
tighten harness straps (Fig. 43a). The strap
should not allow any slack. The strap should
not press on to the child’s skin or push the
child’s body into an unnatural position.
3.Raise or lower to the appropriate position.
Removable Headrest Use Requirements
Weight is 22 lbs (9.98 kg) or less.
Fig. 43a
To Loosen Harness System Tension, push the
harness tension adjuster button underneath
the fabric (Fig. 43b) and gently pull on the
harness straps over the child’s shoulder.
4.Removable Headrest Positions Facing
Direction
5.11 Shoulder Height Adjustment
Rear Facing: Positions 1, 2 and 3.
Forward Facing: Positions 3 and 4.
Note: Forward facing occupants weighing
more than 32 lbs (14.5 kg) or 35 inches
(88.9 cm) MUST use height position 4.
4
3
2
1
Fig. 43b
1.Shoulder Height Positions Facing Direction
Height is 28 inches (71.12 cm) or less.
4
3
2
1
Rear Facing: Positions 1 and 2.
Note: Only use in a rear facing position.
Never use in a forward facing position.
5. Remove Headrest: Place shoulder adjuster
in position 1 or 2. Press down on both
release tabs. Press release tabs through the
opening (Fig. 44a). Store removable headrest
in secure location, NOT the automobile
occupant space.
6. Install Headrest: Place shoulder adjuster in
position 1 or 2. Insert headrest tabs into T-slot
on shoulder adjuster (Fig. 44b). Press locking
tabs in to the locked position (Fig. 44c).
Note: Pull on headrest to ensure the
headrest is locked into position.
Height Adjustment
2.Pull harness release handles outward.
Fig. 44a
Fig. 44b
Fig. 44c
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5.12 Crotch Buckle Position
5.14 Locking Clip Use
1.Press the crotch buckle release button
down with fingers and move position.
1. If your vehicle lap/shoulder belt requires the
use of a Locking Clip to prevent the belt from
loosening after installation, thread the locking clip on the belt as
close to the latch plate as possible – within 1 inch (2.54 cm).
2.Crotch buckle placement:
Rear facing - rear most position
Forward facing - forward most position
5.15 Upper Seat Back Removal and Installation
WARNING
5.13 Harness Length Adjustment
1.Unhook the harness straps from the metal
plate and move to the desired adjustment.
2.Feed one Harness Strap Connector plate
through each Harness Strap End . Rotate
other Harness Strap Connector Plate and feed
through each Harness Strap End . Ensure that the
Straps are securely connected to both connector plates
.
The upper seat back must be installed:
When the child weighs more than 22 lbs (9.98 kg)
or
Top of head has reached max height
red line on seat back.
or
The restraint is forward facing.
1.Removal: Remove the upper seat back by
lifting the release tab and pulling up on the
upper seat back.
NOTE: DO NOT store the upper seat back in
the passenger compartment. Store the upper
seat back in a secure location like your trunk
or garage.
3.Ensure the harness strap ends are fully
hooked on the metal plate. Both sides must
be threaded in the same position.
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1 inch (2.54 cm)
2.Installation: Align the upper seat back rods
and push rods into the openings until you
hear the seat back lock into place. Pull up on
the upper seat back to ensure the removable
upper seat back is locked in position.
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5.16 Pad Removal & Laundering
5.17 Cup Holder Attachment and Removal
Pad Removal
Cup Holder Attachment
1.Unfasten the 4 elastic loops located on the
bottom of the Convertible. And unfasten the
8 snaps located on the edge of the pad.
2.Lift the seatback flap.
3.Remove the upper seat back.
4.Unfasten 4 snaps and remove the upper
seat pad.
1.Align the cup holder slot with the connector
on the armrest of the car seat and push
inward until it snaps into place.
Cup Holder Removal
1. Press the release button at the bottom of the
cup holder upward and pull the cup.
To Launder
1.Hand wash in cool water with mild detergent
and hang to dry.
NOTE: DO NOT Machine wash or dry
in dryer.
5.18 Pool Noodle or Rolled Towel Use
Extra Elevation
1.A pool noodle or rolled towel can be used for
extra elevation.
2.Place the noodle or rolled towel where the
seat bottom and seat back meet.
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6.0 Safety
6.0 Safety
6.1 Safe Practices
For assistance with installation or use, contact one of the following sources:
- Baby Trend at:
Phone: 1-800-328-7363. Email: www.babytrend.com
- A certified Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Technician in your area. To locate
a CPS Technician in your area, log onto www .nhtsa.dot.gov and select
“Child Passenger Safety” and then select “Technician Contact Locator”.
- Log onto www.nhtsa.dot.gov and select “Child Seat Inspections”.
- Log onto www.seatcheck.org.
- For car seat check-up event location and timing:
Call 1-866-SEAT CHECK (1-866-732-8243).
EVERYONE rides buckled up or the vehicle DOES NOT GO! Make NO EXCEPTIONS for adults or children!
- If someone unbuckles, the vehicle STOPS! Being firm and consistent will
result in fewer discipline problems as children grow older. An unrestrained
person can be thrown into and injure other passengers.
- NEVER try to tend to a crying child’s needs while driving. Never take a child
out of a child restraint for comforting while the vehicle is moving.
DO NOT allow child to slide down under lap belt or put shoulder belt under
arm or behind back.
DO NOT allow a child to have lollipops, popsicles, or other food on a stick.
The item can injure the child in a sudden stop or crash.
DO NOT put heavy or sharp items in the trunk. Loose items can be deadly
in a crash.
If you need to use a blanket in cold weather, put the child in the restraint
and cover both with the blanket.
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6.2 Safety Checklist:
√ Did you read and understand these instructions and labels on the
convertible car seat?
√ Is the child the proper weight and height for the seat in the rear facing
position?
√ If the child is in the rear facing position, are the shoulder straps at or
below the child’s shoulders?
√ Have you checked the proper seat angle for the rear facing position?
√ If the child is over 22 lbs, have you reinstalled the head rest?
√ If the top of the child’s head is within 1” of the top of the head rest
and the seat is rear facing, have you reinstalled the upper seat back?
√ If the seat is forward facing, have you reinstalled the upper seat
back?
√ Is the child the proper weight and height for the seat in the forward
facing position?
√ If the child is in the forward facing position, are the shoulder straps at
or above the child’s shoulders?
√ Did you pull the harness adjustor tight? You should not be able to
pinch the harness if the harness is properly tightened.
√ Is the child restraint buckled in the automobile with either the LATCH
system or the auto safety belt system?
√ Discontinue use of this Convertible Seat after 7 years from the date
of manufacture printed on the label on the bottom of the seat?
√ Has the airbag been deactivated in a vehicle with a front only seat?
Please Drive Safely
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7.0 Additional Information
7.0 Additional Information
7.1 Certification:
This child restraint system conforms to all applicable Federal Motor
Vehicle Safety Standards for use in motor vehicles.
This Convertible Seat is certified for use in motor vehicles.
7.2 Aircraft Use:
This restraint is certified for aircraft use.
7.3 Vehicle Seat Protection:
Protect the vehicle seat. Use a thin car seat mat, thin towel, or thin
blanket under and behind the Convertible Seat.
7.4 Instruction Manual Storage:
Store instruction manual in pocket on the side of the Convertible Seat.
7.5 Convertible Seat Useful Life:
DO NOT use this Convertible Seat after date on back of seat. Parts
may be missing, damaged, or the Convertible Seat may have been in a
crash.
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REGISTER YOUR CAR SEAT
Please complete the following information. The model number and
manufactured in (date) can be found on a label on the bottom of the Car
Seat.
Model Number: ___________________
Manufactured in: __________________
Purchase Date: ___________________
Please fill out the prepaid registration post card attached to the harness
straps and mail it today.
Child restraints could be recalled for safety reasons. You must register this
restraint to be reached in a recall. Send your name, address, e-mail address
if available, and the restraint’s model number and manufacturing date to:
Baby Trend, Inc., 1607 S. Campus Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761 or
call 1-800-328-7363 or register online at: http://www.babytrend.com/
registration.html. For recall information, call the U.S. Government’s
Vehicle Safety Hot line at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153), or go to
http://www.NHTSA.gov.
If You Need Help
Please contact our Customer Service Department with any questions
concerning your child restraint. When you contact us, please have the model
and manufactured in (date) ready. The model number and manufactured in
(date) can be found on a white label located on the bottom of the car seat.
USA Toll Free: 1-800-328-7363
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (PST) Monday - Friday
or www.babytrend.com
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9.0 Care and Cleaning
10.0 Warranty
9.1 Removing Seat Pad, Back Pad and Headrest Pad:
- Follow directions in section 5.12.
9.2 Cleaning Seat Pad, Head Bolster and Height Insert:
- Hand wash in cool water and mild soap.
- Air dry.
9.3 Cleaning Shell:
- Wipe with mild solution of soap and water. Avoid wetting labels.
- Rinse with clean water.
- Never use “household” detergents or solvents.
9.4 Replacement Parts
If You Need Help or Replacement Parts, please call our
Customer Service Department at 1-800-328-7363 between the
hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 PM, Pacific Standard Time, Monday
through Friday or visit us online at www.babytrend.com
DO NOT RETURN YOUR PRODUCT TO THE STORE. PLEASE CONTACT
BABY TREND FOR REPLACEMENT PARTS, SERVICE AND REPAIR.
The Baby Trend® warranty covers workmanship defects within the first 180 days
of purchase. Any product which has been subjected to misuse, abuse, abnormal
use, excessive wear and tear, improper assembly, negligence, environmental
exposure, alteration or accident, or has had its serial number altered or removed
invalidates all claims against the manufacturer. Any damage to property during
installation is the sole responsibility of the end user. The Customer Service
Department can be contacted at 1 (800) 328-7363 Monday through Friday
between 8:00am and 4:30pm (PST). Return Authorizations are required prior
to returning product(s) to Baby Trend®. Warranty only valid in North America.
GARANTIA
NO DEVUELVA SU PRODUCTO A LA TIENDA. POR FAVOR CONTACTE A
BABY TREND PARA PIEZAS DE REPUESTO, SERVICIO Y REPARACION.
La garantía de Baby Trend® cubre defectos de fábrica dentro de los primeros
180 días de la compra.Cualquier producto que haya sido sometido a uso
indebido, abuso, uso anormal, desgaste excesivo, montaje incorrecto,
negligencia, exposición ambiental, alteración o accidente, o que ha tenido
su número de serie alterado o removido anula todos los reclamos contra el
fabricante. Cualquier daño a la propiedad durante la instalación es de la exclusiva
responsabilidad del usuario final. El Departamento de Servicio al Cliente puede
ser contactado a 1 (800) 328-7363 Lunes a viernes entre 8:00am y 4:30pm
(PST).Un numero de autorizacion es requerido antes de la devolución de los
producto(s) a Baby Trend®. Garantia válida sólo en América del Norte.
GARANTIE
NE PAS RETOURNER VOTRE PRODUIT AU MAGASIN.
VEUILLEZ CONTACTER BABY TREND POUR DES PIÈCES
DE RECHANGE, ENTRETIEN ET RÉPARATION.
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La garantie Baby Trend® couvre les vices de fabrication dans les 180 jours suivant
l'achat du produit. Tout produit qui a été soumis à un usage abusif, une utilisation
anormale, une usure excessive, un montage incorrect, de la négligence, de
l'exposition environnementale, de la modification ou un accident, ou a eu son numéro
de série modifié ou supprimé annule toutes les réclamations contre le fabricant.
Tout dommage à la propriété lors de l'installation est de la seule responsabilité de
l'utilisateur final. Le service client peut être contacté au 1 (800) 328-7363 du lundi au
vendredi 8 h – 16 h 30 (PST). Une autorisation sera nécessaire avant de retourner
le produit à Baby Trend®. Garantie valable uniquement en Amérique du Nord.
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