Symphony 65 Child Restraint System Owner’s Manual

Symphony 65 Child Restraint System Owner’s Manual
Symphony 65
™
Child Restraint System
Owner’s Manual
Keep for future use.
Rear-facing
2.3 to 18 kg
(5 to 40 lbs)
48 to 94 cm
(19 to 37 in.)
Forward-facing
10 to 29.4 kg
(22 to 65 lbs)
71 to 127 cm
(28 to 50 in.)
Booster
18 to 49.8 kg
(40 to 110 lbs)
110 to 145 cm
(43.3 to 57 in.)
Para instrucciones en Español,
llamar al: 1-800-233-5921.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of serious injury
or death, read this owner’s manual prior
to installing and using this child restraint.
© 2014 Evenflo Company, Inc.
25703205
2/14
More children are killed every year as passengers in
car crashes than by any other type of injury.
To reduce the risk of SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH, read
this owner’s manual and your vehicle owner’s manual
before installing and using this child restraint. Using a
child restraint makes a big difference. By properly using
this child restraint and following these instructions (and
the instructions that accompany your vehicle), you will
greatly reduce the risk of serious injury or death to your
child from a crash. Do not be misled by the commonly
used term “safety seat”; no restraint system can prevent all injuries in all crashes. Many properly restrained
adults and children are injured in motor vehicle crashes,
including relatively minor crashes. A properly used child
restraint is the best way to minimize injuries to your child
and to increase the chances for your child’s survival in
most crashes.
U.S. REGULATORY NOTICE
This child restraint meets all applicable requirements of
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213.
CANADIAN REGULATORY NOTICE
(Model numbers ending in “C.”)
This child restraint meets all applicable requirements of
Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards CMVSS 213,
213.1, and 213.2.
Child Requirements
• No restraint can guarantee absolute protection from
injury in every crash.
• This child restraint is designed for use by children in rearfacing, forward-facing, and booster modes. To use this
child restraint properly, children MUST meet weight/size
specifications as follows:
For Rear-facing Use
• The child weighs 2.3 to 18 kg (5 to 40 lbs).
• The child is 48 to 94 cm (19 to 37 inches) AND the top of
child’s head is at least 25 mm (1 inch) below the top of the
child restraint headrest in either of its two lowest positions.
For Forward-facing Use
• The child weighs 10 to 29.4 kg (22 to 65 lbs).
• The child is 71 to 127 cm (28 to 50 inches) AND the tops of
their ears are below the top of the child restraint headrest.
•Child is one year old or older.
For Booster Use
• The child weighs 18 to 49.8 kg (40 to 110 lbs).
• The child is 110 to 145 cm (43.3 to 57 inches) AND the
tops of their ears are below the top of the child restraint
headrest.
•Child is four years old or older.
Table of Contents
Rear-facing Installation Checklist........................................ 19
Which Type of Lower Anchor Connector Is on Your Child
Restraint?........................................................................ 20
Moving Lower Anchor Connector Assembly to
Rear-facing Belt Path....................................................... 20
Rear-facing Installation with Lower Anchor Connectors...... 23
Rear-facing Installation with Seat Belt................................. 26
Forward-facing Use
Forward-facing Installation Checklist.................................. 31
Which Type of Lower Anchor Connector Is on Your Child
Restraint?........................................................................ 32
Moving Lower Anchor Connector Assembly to
Forward-facing Belt Path................................................. 32
Forward-facing Installation with Lower Anchor Connectors..... 35
Forward-facing Installation with Seat Belt........................... 39
Rear-facing
Rear-facing Use
Forward-facing
Warnings............................................................................. 2
Safe Practices....................................................................... 9
Recall Information for U.S. Customers................................ 10
Public Notice for Canadian Customers............................... 10
Motor Vehicle/Aircraft Usage.............................................. 10
Symbol Legend ................................................................. 11
Storing Your Instructions.................................................... 11
Visual Glossary................................................................... 12
Securing the Child in the Child Restraint............................ 14
Removing the Child from the Child Restraint..................... 16
Important
Important Information
General Information
Using the SureLatch™ Connectors..................................... 52
Using the Quick Connectors™........................................... 52
Adjusting the Headrest....................................................... 53
Adjusting the Recline Position............................................ 53
Using the TruTether™ Adjuster........................................... 54
Installing the Locking Clip.................................................. 55
Removing the Seat Pad...................................................... 57
Installing the Accessories.................................................... 57
Securing Your Child Restraint in Aircraft............................. 60
Installing Child Restraint Rear-facing in Aircraft.................. 60
Installing Child Restraint Forward-facing in Aircraft............ 62
Care and Cleaning ............................................................ 65
Replacement Parts............................................................. 66
Limited Warranty............................................................... 67
General
When to Put Your Child in a Booster Seat........................... 44
Booster Installation Checklist.............................................. 47
Converting into a Booster Seat........................................... 48
Booster
Booster Use
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WARNING
Air Bag Warnings
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
• DO NOT use this child restraint in the front seat of a
vehicle equipped with an air bag, unless the air bag
has been deactivated. Interaction between a rearfacing restraint and air bags may cause serious injury
or death. Air bags may cause serious injury or death to
children 12 and under.
If your vehicle has an air bag, refer to your vehicle
owner’s manual for child restraint installation.
• If the rear seat of your vehicle is equipped with side
air bags, refer to the following information for proper
usage.
Vehicles built prior to the 2002 model year:
DO NOT use this restraint in a vehicle seating position
equipped with a side air bag unless authorized by the
vehicle manufacturer.
Model year 2002 and newer vehicles:
Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual before placing this
restraint in a seating position equipped with a side air bag.
DO NOT place any objects between the restraint and
the side air bag, as an expanding air bag may cause
the items to strike the child.
DO NOT place rear-facing child seat on
front seat with air bag. DEATH or
SERIOUS INJURY can occur.
The back seat is the safest place for
children 12 and under.
NE PAS placer le siège d’enfant en orientation
face vers l’arrière sur le siège avant équipé
d’un sac gonflable. Risque de BLESSURES
GRAVES, voire MORTELLES.
La banquette arrière est l’emplacement le plus
sécuritaire pour les enfants de 12 ans et moins.
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WARNING
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
Important
General Warnings
• Failure to follow installation instructions can result in
the child striking the vehicle’s interior during a sudden
stop or crash. Serious injury or death may result.
These instructions and the instructions in your vehicle
owner’s manual must be followed carefully. If there is a
conflict between the two, the vehicle owner’s manual
regarding child restraint installation must be followed.
• NEVER leave child unattended.
• Children have STRANGLED in loose or partially buckled
harness straps. Fully restrain the child.
WARNING
Children have STRANGLED
in loose or partially buckled
harness straps. Fully restrain
the child.
• DO NOT use child restraint if it is damaged, broken,
or missing parts.
• DO NOT use this restraint if it has been involved in a
crash. It must be replaced.
• DO NOT remove back cover.
• NEVER use this child restraint without the headrest
installed.
Location Warnings
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
• ALWAYS read and follow exactly the instructions that
accompany your vehicle and child restraint.
• According to statistics, children are safer when properly
restrained in a rear seating position than in the front
seating position. Generally, the center rear position is
safest and should be used if available.
• Some child restraints do not fit all vehicles or all seating
locations. There are many thousands of combinations of
vehicle makes, models, child restraint configurations,
vehicle seat belt designs, and seat cushion shapes. The
easiest way to determine whether your child restraint is
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WARNING
Location Warnings – cont.
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
suitable for a particular seating position is to check
for a tight installation. If the child restraint cannot be
properly installed, DO NOT use the child restraint.
Consult vehicle owner’s manual, try a different seating
location, or call Evenflo for further assistance.
• ONLY use this child restraint on forward-facing
vehicle seats. DO NOT use this restraint with vehicle
seats that face the rear or side.
• ONLY use this child restraint on vehicle seats with
backs that lock into place.
Premature Infants
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
• DO NOT use this or any child restraint with a
premature infant until after consulting your doctor.
Premature infants may have difficulty breathing when
in a seated or semi-reclined position. Using additional
padding or pillows behind the infant’s head or failing
to properly recline the child restraint could increase
the child’s risk of serious injury or death.
Rear-facing Position Warnings
Rear-facing Use Only
• DO NOT use this child restraint rear-facing in a vehicle
equipped with lap belts that only lock during a sudden
stop or crash (emergency locking retractor – ELR). You
must use a seating location with a locking seat belt.
Check your vehicle owner’s manual to see if you have
lap belts with ELRs.
• When using this restraint rear-facing, DO NOT loosen
the vehicle seat belt to provide more leg room, as this
will prevent the child restraint from protecting the
child.
• Fold-down armrests could pose a hazard to a rearfacing child in certain types of collisions. Consult your
vehicle owner’s manual before installing any rearfacing child restraint in front of a fold-down armrest.
• NEVER turn a child restraint forward-facing with an
infant who weighs less than 10 kg (22 lbs) or is less
than one year of age. Crash forces may cause serious
injury or death.
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WARNING
Rear-facing Use Only
• NEVER use Recline Position #2 or Recline Position #3
when using this child restraint rear-facing. Use ONLY
Recline Position #1.
• DO NOT use the tether strap when the child restraint
is in the rear-facing position.
• The headrest on the vehicle seat that the child faces
when sitting in the rear-facing mode should be placed
in the lowest position. The vehicle seat back that the
child faces must be fully padded and free of any hard
objects.
Important
Rear-facing Position Warnings
Forward-facing Position Warnings
Forward-facing and Booster Use Only
• When using the harness straps to secure a child who
is more than 18 kg (40 lbs), NEVER place the child
restraint in Recline Position #2. Use ONLY Recline
Position #3.
• DO NOT use Recline Position #1 or Recline Position #2
when using this child restraint in Booster Mode. Use
ONLY Recline Position #3.
• DO NOT use the lower anchors of the child restraint
anchorage system (LATCH system) to attach this child
restraint when restraining a child weighing more than
18 kg (40 lbs) with the internal harnesses of the child
restraint.
• Install this child restraint with a vehicle seat belt (NOT
lower anchor connectors) when using the restraint’s
internal harnesses to secure a child who weighs more
than 18 kg (40 lbs).
• If the child weighs more than 29.4 kg (65 lbs) OR
their shoulders are above the highest harness level,
you MUST use this child restraint as a booster (p. 44).
• Adjust, or remove, the vehicle headrest, in the seat
where the child restraint is to be installed, so that
the back of the child restraint rests against the vehicle
seat back.
• The headrest on the vehicle seat in front of the child
should be put in its lowest position. The vehicle seat
back that the child faces must be fully padded and
free of any hard objects.
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WARNING
Booster Seat Position Warnings
Booster Use Only
• DO NOT use this booster seat rear-facing.
Seat Belt Warnings
Rear-facing and Forward-facing Use Only
• DO NOT use this child restraint if it moves more than
25 mm (1 inch) side to side or front to back at either
the rear-facing or forward-facing belt path on the
child restraint. Serious injury or death may result from
poor installation. If you cannot tightly secure the child
restraint, try again or move it to another location.
• DO NOT use this child restraint in a seating position
with door-mounted seat belts.
• DO NOT use this child restraint in a vehicle with seat
belts that automatically move along the vehicle frame
when the door is opened. These seat belts will not
hold a child restraint properly.
• If the vehicle seat belts are not routed and fastened
correctly, the child restraint may not protect the child
in a crash.
• DO NOT allow the vehicle seat belt release button to
touch the child restraint. Accidental contact may cause
the seat belt to release. If necessary, turn the seat belt
release button away from the child restraint or move
the child restraint to a different location.
• Failure to adjust the harness or vehicle seat belts
snugly around the child may result in the child striking
the vehicle’s interior during a sudden stop or crash.
Serious injury or death may occur.
• Remove locking clip from vehicle seat belt
when not used with a child restraint, or the
Locking Clip
vehicle seat belt will not properly restrain
an adult or child. Serious injury or death may occur.
Booster Mode Only
• To prevent serious injury, use ONLY the
vehicle’s lap AND shoulder belt system
when restraining a child in this
booster seat.
• DO NOT use the locking clip when using
this child restraint as a booster seat.
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WARNING
Booster Mode Only
• The shoulder belt MUST be threaded through the
shoulder belt guide (p. 46).
• DO NOT use this booster seat if the tops of the child’s
ears are above the back of the booster seat headrest.
• The shoulder belt MUST NOT cross the child’s neck
or fall off the child’s shoulder. If you cannot adjust
the shoulder belt to properly lay midway between
the child’s shoulder and neck AND at or above the
shoulder, try another seating location or do not use
the booster seat.
Important
Seat Belt Warnings
LATCH Warnings
Rear-facing and Forward-facing Modes Only
• The LATCH system is intended to be used ONLY as
described in these instructions. Serious injury or death
may result from misuse. LATCH (Lower Anchors and
Tethers for CHildren) is a system for attaching the
child restraint to your vehicle seat. It can be used in
place of the seat belts in vehicles with vehicle lower
anchor bars. Refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for
the locations of the vehicle lower anchor bars.
Note: Your vehicle owner’s manual may refer to this
system as “Universal Anchorage System,” “Lower Universal Anchorage System,”or ”ISOFIX.”
• In addition to these instructions, read and follow your
vehicle owner’s manual regarding installation of the
child restraint and LATCH. If there is a discrepancy,
follow your vehicle owner’s manual.
• ONLY use for securing child restraint to vehicle lower
anchor bars.
• NEVER attach two lower anchor connectors to one
vehicle lower anchor bar.
• NEVER use the vehicle seat belts when using the
LATCH system. Using both together can cause slack in
a sudden stop or crash.
• When not in use, the lower anchor connectors should
be securely attached to the D-rings on the child
restraint’s seat pad. Keep out of reach of children.
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WARNING
LATCH Warnings – cont.
Rear-facing and Forward-facing Modes Only
• ALWAYS be sure that the lower anchor connectors are
attached to the vehicle lower anchor bars by pulling
hard on the lower anchor connectors. If they are not
attached, the lower anchor connector assembly will not
secure your child restraint. Serious injury or death may
result.
• DO NOT use this child restraint if it moves more than
25 mm (1 inch) side to side or front to back at either
the rear-facing or forward-facing belt path on the child
restraint. Serious injury or death may result from poor
installation. If you cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try again or move it to another location.
Tether Strap Warnings
Forward-facing and Booster Use Only
• To avoid a strangulation hazard, you MUST tightly roll
or fold excess or unused tether strap and secure with
a rubber band. Attach the tether hook to the storage
clip when not in use (p. 13). This will keep an unused
tether from hitting someone during a crash.
Additional Warnings
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
• In hot or sunny weather, ALWAYS check the areas of
the child restraint that may contact your child (e.g.,
buckle, buckle tongues, etc.) for hot areas before placing him/her into the child restraint. The child could be
burned. Cover the child restraint with a light colored
blanket when you leave the vehicle.
• This child restraint must be securely fastened to the
vehicle, even when unoccupied, using the vehicle seat
belts or lower anchor connectors. An unsecured child
restraint may injure someone if a crash occurs.
• DO NOT use the cup holders to store cans or hard
cups. Only for use with soft cups (such as styrofoam
or paper).
• DO NOT place any cups that contain hot liquids
(such as coffee or tea) in the cup holders.
• DO NOT attach additional padding, toys, or other
devices not made by Evenflo or described in these
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Additional Warnings
Rear-facing, Forward-facing, and Booster Use
Important
WARNING
instructions for the child restraint. Items not tested
with the child restraint could injure the child.
Additional pads or pillows may interfere with the function of the harness system, or cause breathing problems
if the child’s head falls forward, increasing the risk of
serious injury or death.
• Failure to follow installation instructions could result
in serious injury or death. These instructions and the
instructions in your vehicle owner’s manual must be
followed carefully. If there is a conflict between the two,
the vehicle owner’s manual regarding child restraint
installation must be followed.
• In cold weather, DO NOT dress the child in bulky clothing like snowsuits if the child is riding in a child restraint.
Bulky coats/snowsuits make it difficult to properly
tighten the harness to the child, which may allow the
child to be ejected from the restraint during a crash. If
necessary, place a blanket over the harnessed child without interfering with the child restraint harness system.
Safe Practices
• Everyone rides buckled up or the vehicle does
not go. Make no exceptions for adults or children. If
someone unbuckles, stop the vehicle. Being firm and
consistent from the start will mean fewer discipline
problems as children get older. An unrestrained person
can be thrown into and injure other passengers.
• Many safety advocates and healthcare professionals
recommend that children ride rear-facing for as long as
possible. See limitations recommended on rear-facing
use on the inside front cover.
• NEVER try to tend to a crying baby’s needs while
driving. NEVER take a baby out of a child restraint for
comforting while the vehicle is moving.
• DO NOT allow a child in a vehicle to have objects such
as lollipops or ice cream on a stick. The object can injure the child if the vehicle swerves or hits a bump.
• DO NOT feed an infant who is riding in a child restraint.
• Put sharp or heavy items in the trunk. Anything loose
can be deadly in a crash.
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Recall Information for U.S. Customers
• 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, the
restraint’s model number, and manufacturing date to:
Evenflo Company, Inc., 1801 Commerce Dr.,
Piqua, OH 45356, or call 1-800-233-5921.
You may also register online at
www.evenflo.com/registercarseat.
• For recall information call the U.S. Government’s
Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY:1-800424-9153), or go to www.NHTSA.gov.
Public Notice for Canadian Customers
• To register your child restraint, return your registration
card, call 1-937-773-3971, or register online at
www.evenflo.com/registercarseatcanada.
• For recall information, call Transport Canada at
1-800-333-0510 (1-613-993-9851 in Ottawa region)
or Evenflo at 1-937-773-3971.
Motor Vehicle/Aircraft Usage
When used with the internal harness and properly installed pursuant to these instructions, this
restraint is certified for use only in
passenger and multi-purpose
Check with
passenger motor vehicles,
your airline before
buses, and trucks equipped
departure to make sure
with Type I or II seat belts and
this restraint meets
in aircraft.
their requirements.
TIP
ip!
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When used without the
internal harness (in booster
mode) and properly installed pursuant to these
instructions, this restraint is certified for use only in
passenger and multi-purpose passenger motor vehicles,
buses, and trucks equipped with Type II seat belts. In
booster mode, this restraint is NOT certified for aircraft
use. A belt-positioning booster requires the use of a lap/
shoulder belt system, which is not available on aircraft.
Refer to pages 58 to 62 for instructions on installing your
child restraint in aircraft.
Air Bag Symbol – Alerts you to important
information about air bag safety.
LATCH Symbol – Alerts you to important
information about LATCH safety.
Tether Anchor Symbol – Alerts you to
important information about tether anchor safety.
Important
Symbol Legend
Storing Your Instructions
Symphony 65
™
Child Restraint System
Owner’s Manual
Symphony 65
Keep for future use.
™
Rear-facing
2.3 to 18 kg
(5 to 40 lbs)
48 to 94 cm
(19 to 37 in.)
Child Restraint System
Forward-facing
10 to 29.4 kg
(22 to 65 lbs)
71 to 127 cm
(28 to 50 in.)
Booster
18 to 49.8 kg
(40 to 110 lbs)
Owner’s Manual
110 to 145 cm
(43.3 to 57 in.)
Para instrucciones en Español,
llamar al: 1-800-233-5921.
Keep for future use.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of serious injury
or death, read this owner’s manual prior
to installing and using this child restraint.
© 2013 Evenflo Company, Inc.
25700938
2/13
Rear-facing
2.3 to 18 kg
(5 to 40 lbs)
48 to 94 cm
(19 to 37 in.)
Forward-facing
After thoroughly reading and
following these instructions,
store them in the slots provided
on the back of the child
restraint, as shown. WARNING:
10 to 29.4 kg
(22 to 65 lbs)
71 to 127 cm
(28 to 50 in.)
Booster
18 to 49.8 kg
(40 to 110 lbs)
110 to 145 cm
(43.3 to 57 in.)
Para instrucciones en Español,
llamar al: 1-800-233-5921.
To reduce the risk of serious injury
or death, read this owner’s manual prior
to installing and using this child restraint.
© 2013 Evenflo Company, Inc.
25700938
2/13
For future reference, record the model number of your child
restraint AND the date of manufacture below.
Model Number:
Date of Manufacture:
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Visual Glossary
Your vehicle components may be significantly different than pictured.
Consult your owner’s manual to help you identify your vehicle components.
Tether
Anchors
Forward-facing
ONLY
Rear
Headrests
Fold-down Armrest
Consult your vehicle
owner’s manual.
Back Seat
Belt Buckles
Center Lap
Belt
Back Seat
Belt Retractor
Lap/Shoulder
Belt
Vehicle
Lower
Anchor
Bars
Seat Crease
IMPORTANT: If your vehicle has side air bags, please refer to the
warnings on page 2.
Front
Headrest*
Shoulder Belt Guide
Shoulder Belt
Guide
Access Flap
Harness Tabs
Seat Pad
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Buckle Tongue
Holder*
Buckle Tongue Holder*
Chest Clip
Cup Holder*
Buckle
Harness Straps
Cup Holder*
D-rings for
SureLatch™
Connector
Harness
Release
Button
Harness
Adjust Strap
SureLatch Connector
(Shown in rear-facing
belt path)
Base
Recline Lever
Crotch Strap
* Not all features are available on all models. Styles may vary.
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Visual Glossary
Important
Front Seat Lap
and Shoulder Belts
Front
Headrests
10
4
30
20
120
NO coloque el asiento infantil orientado
hacia atrás en el asiento delantero con
bolsa de aire.
Puede causar MUERTE o LESIONES
GRAVES. El asiento trasero es el lugar más
seguro para los niños de 12 años de edad y
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Important
Consult your vehicle
owner’s manual to determine
proper placement of child restraint
in your vehicle and familiarize
yourself with your vehicle’s
components.
Front Seat
Retractor
Back
Headrest
Headrest Adjust Lever
Tether Strap
and Hook
(Shown fastened
to storage clip)
Instructions
Symphony 65
™
Child Restraint System
Owner’s Manual
Keep for future use.
Rear-facing
2.3 - 18 kg
(5 to 40 lbs)
48 - 94 cm
(19 - 37 in.)
Forward-facing
10 - 29.4 kg
(22 - 65 lbs)
71 - 127 cm
(28 - 50 in.)
Booster
18 - 49.8 kg
(40 - 110 lbs)
110 - 145 cm
(43.3 - 57 in.)
Forward-facing
Belt Path
Forward-facing
Belt Path
Para instrucciones en Español,
llamar al: 1-800-233-5921.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of serious injury
or death, read this owner’s manual prior
to installing and using this child restraint.
© 2013 Evenflo Company, Inc.
2570XXXX
2/13
SureLatch Connector
(Shown in rearfacing belt path)
SureLatch Connector
(Shown in rear-facing
belt path)
Base
Locking Clip
* Not all features are available on all models.
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Securing the Child in the Child Restraint
1. Loosen harness.
Press the harness release
button on the front of the
seat, then pull up on the
harness strap behind the
fastened chest clip.
2.Position harness
straps.
Unfasten chest clip and
place the child in the
child restraint.
Bring each harness strap
over each of the child’s
shoulders.
IMPORTANT: The baby’s back and bottom should be flat
against the restraint. If there is a gap, the baby will not be
comfortable.
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3.Adjust harness straps.
Grasping both red harness
tabs, slide downward until
the harness straps are at
the child’s shoulders.
4.Buckle the harness.
Insert both buckle
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tongues into the buckle.
Note: Pull up on the
harness straps to ensure
that the buckle tongues
are fastened securely.
5.Remove all slack in
harness.
Pull upward on the
harness straps near the
hips, as shown, to
ensure that all slack is
removed.
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Securing the Child in the Child Restraint
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6.Tighten harness.
Pull the harness adjuster strap to tighten the harness.
The harness straps must be snug against the child.
A snug strap should not allow any slack. It lies in a
relatively straight line without sagging. It does not
press on the child’s flesh or push the child’s body into
an unnatural position.
Check the harness straps near the shoulders for slack.
You should NOT be able to pinch the harness (see
illustration). Adjust as needed.
7.Fasten and adjust
chest clip.
Snap the two halves of
the chest clip together,
as shown, and slide to
armpit level.
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Removing the Child from the Child Restraint
1. Loosen harness
straps.
Press the harness release
button on the front of the
seat while pulling up on
the harness strap behind
the fastened chest clip.
2.Disconnect chest clip.
Push the release button
and pull the chest clip
apart.
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3.Unbuckle harness.
Press the red button on
the buckle and release
both buckle tongues.
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You may now remove
your child.
Important
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Using Symphony™ in the
Rear-facing Position
Child Requirements
Weight: 2.3 to 18 kg (5 to 40 lbs)
Height: 48 to 94 cm (19 to 37 inches) AND the
top of child’s head is at least 25 mm (1 inch)
below the top of the child restraint headrest
in either of its two lowest positions.
25 mm (1 inch)
or more
Harness straps are at,
or slightly below,
child’s shoulders.
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Rear-facing
Belt Path
SureLatch
Connector
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Rear-facing Installation Checklist
1.Secure child restraint to the vehicle seat.
(p. 53).
aLocking clip is installed, if necessary (p. 55).
aThe level line is level with ground (p. 24/28).
A towel/small blanket is rolled up and placed beneath the front edge of the base, if necessary.
aChild restraint is securely installed with one of the
following methods using the rear-facing belt
path:
• SureLatch Connectors (p. 20)
• Quick Connectors™ (p. 20)
• Vehicle Seat Belts (p. 26)
Note: To determine which type of lower anchor
connector is on your child restraint, go to page 20.
Rear-facing
aRestraint is securely locked in Recline Position #1
2.Place the child in the child restraint.
aThe child’s back and bottom are flat against the
back and bottom surfaces of the child restraint.
aTop of child’s head is at least 25 mm (1 inch)
below the top of the child restraint headrest in
either of its two lowest positions.
3.Make necessary adjustments.
aRed harness tabs MUST be at, or slightly below,
shoulder level (p. 14).
aHeadrest is adjusted to either of the bottom two
positions closest to the harness tabs (p. 53).
4.Fasten both buckle tongues. Refer to page 14.
5.Position and connect chest clip.
aChest clip MUST be placed at armpit level (p. 15).
6.Check your work.
aHarness straps are snug against the child’s shoulders, with no slack (p. 15).
aTo properly secure this child restraint, it MUST
NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from
side to side or front to back at the rear-facing
belt path.
TIP
ip!
To make installation easier, watch the installation
video of this child restraint at www.evenflo.com.
19
Which Type of Lower Anchor Connector
Is on Your Child Restraint?
Your child restraint will have one of the two types of
lower anchor connecters shown below. Follow the instructions on the following pages to properly install the
lower anchor connector assembly on your child restraint.
SureLatch Connector
Quick Connector
Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Rear-facing Belt Path
To install this child restraint properly in the rear-facing
position, the lower anchor connector assembly MUST
be in the rear-facing belt path, as shown on the next
page (seat pad has been removed for clarity). If the lower
anchor connector assembly is in the forward-facing belt
path (shown on next page), use the following procedures
to move it to the rear-facing belt path.
To access the lower anchor connector assembly, you will
first need to:
• Loosen internal harness straps (p. 16);
• Disconnect SureLatch lower anchor connectors or
Quick Connector lower anchor connectors (p. 52);
• Remove the seat pad (p. 57).
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Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Rear-facing Belt Path
SureLatch
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Forward-facing Belt Path
Rear-facing
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Rear-facing Belt Path
Quick Connector
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Rear-facing Belt Path
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Forward-facing Belt Path
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Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Rear-facing Belt Path
1.Remove lower anchor connectors
from the forwardfacing belt path.
Reach through the
harness straps and
remove each lower anchor
connector, one at a time.
2.Place each lower
anchor connector
in the rear-facing
belt path.
IMPORTANT: Make sure
the lower anchor connector
assembly does not interfere
with the internal harness
straps.
3.Make sure the
crotch buckle
assembly is
positioned in
front of the lower
anchor connector
assembly, as
shown.
Note: Do not forget to install the seat pad before
installing the child restraint in your vehicle.
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Rear-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
IMPORTANT:
•If you are using the vehicle seat belt to secure the child
restraint, DO NOT use lower anchor connectors.
•DO NOT use the tether strap when the child restraint is
in the rear-facing position.
to the most reclined
position (Recline Position
#1, p. 53), then place it on
the vehicle seat in the rearfacing position, as shown.
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Near Side
Rear-facing
1.Place the child
restraint in position.
Adjust the child restraint
Far side
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Lower Anchor Bar
Lower Anchor
Bar
2.Attach lower anchor connectors.
Push a lower anchor connector onto each vehicle
lower anchor bar.
Note: You may need to vary the angle of the lower
anchor connectors, as shown above, to attach to the
lower anchor bars. Also, make sure the lower anchor
connector assembly is in the rear-facing belt path (p. 21).
IMPORTANT: Make sure both SureLatch connectors or Quick
Connectors are facing upward and the straps are not twisted.
Correct
Incorrect
Strap
SureLatch
Quick Connector
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Rear-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
3.Increase recline
angle, if necessary.
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
TH
IS
SID
E
UP
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Tightly rolled towel
or small blanket
Level Line
If level line is not parallel
to the ground, disconnect lower anchor
connectors and place a
tightly rolled towel/small
blanket beneath the front
edge of the child restraint. Repeat Step 2.
IMPORTANT: Infants may have difficulty breathing when
in a sitting position. Make sure they recline enough for their
head to lie back comfortably and safely. Failure to properly
recline the child restraint could increase the child’s risk
of serious injury or death.
4.Ensure child restraint is secure.
To secure a child restraint that has SureLatch connectors, go to Step 4a. To secure a child restraint that has
Quick Connectors, go to Step 4b.
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Rear-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
buckle
storage
push the child restraint
firmly into the vehicle
seat, as shown, to lock
in place.
Rear-facing Belt Path
Rear-facing
4a. Secure the child
restraint –
SureLatch Connector.
Using your full weight,
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
2
3
Note: In some vehicles, you may
need to prop up the SureLatch
connector while pushing downward on the seat to secure it
tightly. Repeat for the other
SureLatch connector.
IMPORTANT: To properly secure this child restraint, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from side to
side or front to back at the rear-facing belt path. If you
cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try again or move it
to another location.
4b. Secure the child
restraint –
Quick Connector.
Using your full weight,
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Rear-facing Belt Path
2
3
push the child restraint
firmly into the vehicle
seat while pulling up on
the lower anchor strap
to tighten, as shown.
IMPORTANT: To properly secure this child restraint, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from side to
side or front to back at the rear-facing belt path. If you
cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try again or move it
to another location.
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2
3
Rear-facing Installation with Seat Belt
IMPORTANT:
•If you are using lower anchor connectors to secure the
child restraint, DO NOT use the vehicle seat belt.
•Before installing this child restraint rear-facing with the
vehicle seat belt, you MUST move the lower anchor connector assembly to the forward-facing belt path so that
it does not interfere with the vehicle seat belt. Refer to
pages 32 to 34 for instructions on moving the SureLatch
connectors or Quick Connectors to the forward-facing belt
path.
• Make sure the SureLatch connectors or Quick Connectors
are attached to the storage D-rings on the seat pad.
•DO NOT use the tether strap when the child restraint is
in the rear-facing position.
1.Place the
child restraint
in position.
Adjust the child
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
restraint to the
most reclined
position (Recline
Position #1, p. 53),
then place it on
vehicle seat in the
rear-facing position, as shown.
2.Route seat
belt through
rear-facing
belt path.
Unhook the front
of the seat pad
and move it out of
the way, as shown.
Rear-facing Belt Path
Thread the vehicle seat belt buckle through the
rear-facing belt path, as shown on the next page.
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Rear-facing Installation with Seat Belt
Lap and Shoulder
Belt Combination
Lap Belt Only
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
Recline
Positions
2
Rear-facing use
ONLY
3
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Rear-facing
buckle
storage
IMPORTANT: Make sure
the buckle/crotch strap
is positioned in front
of the vehicle seat belt.
3.Buckle seat belt,
then remove all
slack from the seat
belt.
Using your full weight,
push the child restraint
firmly onto the vehicle
seat while tightening
the vehicle seat belt to
remove excess slack.
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
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Rear-facing Installation with Seat Belt
4.Install locking clip,
if necessary.
You MUST use a locking
clip if your vehicle has:
A lap/shoulder seat belt
combination that has a
buckle tongue that slides
freely along the belt
13 mm
(0.5 inch)
without locking into
place; OR
Seat belts equipped with
an emergency locking
retractor (ELR).
Some ELR vehicle belts can be switched so that they lock
when tightened. It may not be necessary to use a locking
clip in these situations.
Locking Clip
installed properly
Consult your vehicle owner’s manual before installing the locking clip.
To see an example of seat belt types and to properly
install a locking clip, go to p. 55.
5.Increase recline
angle, if necessary.
If the level line is not
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18
kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
2
Forward-facing 10
- 29.4 kg
when using Harness (22 - 65 lbs)
Straps AND
Booster Mode 18
- 49.8 kg (40 - 110 in
lbs)
3
Arrow must be level
with
child restraint is used ground when
rear-facing.
Level Line
Tightly rolled towel
or small blanket
parallel to the ground,
disconnect the seat belt
and place a tightly rolled
towel/small blanket
beneath the front edge
of the child restraint.
Repeat Step 2.
IMPORTANT: Infants may have difficulty breathing when
in a sitting position. Make sure they recline enough for their
head to lie back comfortably and safely. Failure to properly
recline the child restraint could increase the child’s risk of
serious injury or death.
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Rear-facing Installation with Seat Belt
buckle
storage
Recline
ns
Positio
ing use
Rear-fac ONLY
1
kg
10 - 18
using
-facing
Forward lbs) when
(22-40Harness Straps
- 65 lbs)
kg (22 AND in
10 - 29.4
acing Harness Straps
- 110 lbs)
Forward-f
kg (40
when using
18 - 49.8
Mode
2
3
Rear-facing
when
ground g.
Booster
level with rear-facin
must be
Arrow restraint is used
child
Rear-facing
Belt Path
6.Ensure child restraint is secure.
Reconnect the seat pad to the front of the restraint.
With your hand holding the seat shell at the rearfacing belt path, as shown, try to move the child restraint from side to side. Then, holding the seat shell
at each rear-facing belt path, try to move the restraint
from front to back.
For the child restraint to be properly secured, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from
side to side or front to back at the belt path. If
you cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try
again or move it to another location.
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Using Symphony in the
Forward-facing Position
Child Requirements
Weight: 10 to 29.4 kg (22 to 65 lbs)
Height: 71 to 127 cm (28 to 50 inches) AND
the tops of the child’s ears are below the top
of the child restraint headrest.
Age: At least one year old
IMPORTANT
You MUST use the top anchorage (tether) strap when securing a child in this child restraint forward-facing with the
harness straps. Using the tether strap will improve the stability of this child restraint and may reduce the risk of injury.
Tether Strap
Harness straps are at
child’s shoulders.
buc
stor kle
age
Forward-facing
Belt Path
SureLatch
Connector
WARNING
If the child weighs more than 29.4 kg (65 lbs) OR
their shoulders are above the highest harness level,
you MUST use this child restraint as a booster seat.
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Forward-facing Installation Checklist
1.Secure child restraint to the vehicle seat.
aRestraint is securely locked into Recline Position #2
Forward-facing
or #3 (p. 53).
aLocking clip is installed, if necessary (p. 55).
aIf the child weighs 18 kg (40 lbs) or less,
the child restraint is securely installed with one of
the following methods through the forward-facing
belt path:
• SureLatch Connectors (p. 32)
• Quick Connectors (p. 32)
• Vehicle seat belts (p. 39)
Note: To determine which type of lower anchor
connector is on your child restraint, go to page 32.
aIf the child weighs more than 18 kg (40
lbs), the child restraint is securely installed with the
vehicle seat belt (not the LATCH system) through
the forward-facing belt path (p. 39).
aTether strap is attached and tightened (p. 38 or 42).
2.Place the child in the child restraint.
aThe child’s back and bottom are flat against the
back and bottom surfaces of the child restraint.
aThe tops of the child’s ears MUST be below the
top of the child restraint headrest.
3.Make necessary adjustments.
aRed harness tabs MUST be at shoulder level (p. 14).
aHeadrest is adjusted so that its bottom is nearest
to the red harness tabs (p. 53).
4.Fasten both buckle tongues. Refer to page 14.
5.Position and connect chest clip.
aChest clip MUST be at armpit level (p. 15).
6.Check your work.
aHarness straps are snug against the child’s shoulders, with no slack (p. 15).
aTo properly secure this child restraint, it MUST
NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from side
to side or front to back at the forward-facing
belt path.
TIP
ip!
To make installation easier, watch the installation
video of this child restraint at www.evenflo.com.
31
Which Type of Lower Anchor Connector
Is on Your Child Restraint?
Your child restraint will have one of the two types of
lower anchor connecters shown below. Follow the instructions on the following pages to properly install the
lower anchor connector assembly on your child restraint.
SureLatch Connector
Quick Connector
Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Forward-facing Belt Path
To install this child restraint properly in the forwardfacing
position, the lower anchor connector assembly MUST
be in the forward-facing belt path, as shown on the
next page (seat pad has been removed for clarity). If the
lower anchor connector assembly is in the rear-facing
belt path (shown on the next page), use the following
procedures to move it to the forward-facing belt path.
To access the lower anchor connector assembly, you will
first need to:
• Loosen internal harness straps (p. 16);
• Disconnect SureLatch lower anchor connectors or
Quick Connector lower anchor connectors (p. 52);
• Remove seat pad (p. 57).
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Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Forward-facing Belt Path
SureLatch
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Rear-facing Belt Path
Quick Connector
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Forward-facing Belt Path
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Rear-facing Belt Path
Forward-facing
Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly in
Forward-facing Belt Path
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Moving Lower Anchor Connector
Assembly to Forward-facing Belt Path
1.Remove lower anchor connectors
from the rear-facing
belt path.
2.Place each lower
anchor connector
in the forward-facing belt path.
Pull the harness strap out
of the way and insert a
lower anchor connector,
behind the straps, into
the forward-facing belt
path opening, as shown.
Repeat on the other side.
IMPORTANT: Make sure
the lower anchor connector
assembly does not interfere
with the internal harness
straps.
Note: Do not forget to install the seat pad before installing the child restraint in your vehicle.
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Forward-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
1.Disconnect the
tether hook from
the back of the
child restraint.
OWNER’S MANUAL
Keep for future use.
Symphony™
Child Restraint System
Tether Strap
Forward-facing
IMPORTANT:
•If you are using the vehicle seat belt to secure the child
restraint, DO NOT use lower anchor connectors.
• DO NOT use the lower anchors of the child restraint anchorage system (LATCH system) to attach this child restraint
when restraining a child weighing more than 18 kg (40 lbs)
with the internal harnesses of the child restraint.
• Install this child restraint with the vehicle seat belt (NOT
lower anchor connectors) if the child weighs more than
18 kg (40 lbs).
• Some vehicle manufacturers have lower maximum weight
ratings for vehicle lower anchor bars. Consult your vehicle
owner’s manual, or call the vehicle manufacturer, to confirm
the limits on your vehicle’s lower anchor bars.
2.Place the child
restraint in position.
Make sure child restraint
buckle
storage
is in Recline Position #2
or #3 (p. 53). Set child
restraint on vehicle seat in
the forward-facing position, as shown. Lay the
tether strap over the back
of the vehicle seat. IMPORTANT: NEVER use Recline Position #1 for forward
facing, AND NEVER use Recline Position #2 with children
who weigh more than 18 kg (40 lbs).
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Forward-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
Near Side
Far Side
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Lower Anchor Bar
Lower Anchor Bar
3.Attach lower anchor connectors.
Push a lower anchor connector onto each vehicle
lower anchor bar.
Note: You may need to vary the angle of the lower anchor connectors, as shown above, to attach to the lower
anchor bars. Also, make sure the lower anchor connector
assembly is in the forward-facing belt path (p. 33).
IMPORTANT: Make sure both SureLatch connectors or Quick
Connectors are facing upward and the straps are not twisted.
Correct
Incorrect
Strap
SureLatch
Quick Connector
4.Ensure child restraint is secure.
To secure a child restraint that has SureLatch connectors, go to Step 4a. To secure a child restraint that has
Quick Connectors, go to Step 4b.
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Forward-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
buck
stora le
ge
4a. Secure the child
restraint –
SureLatch Connector.
Using your full weight,
push the child restraint
firmly into the vehicle
seat, as shown, to set it
in place.
Forward-facing
Belt Path
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
buckle
storage
Note: In some vehicles, you
may need to prop up the
SureLatch connector while
pushing downward on the seat
to secure it tightly. Repeat for
the other SureLatch connector.
IMPORTANT: To properly secure this child restraint, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from side to
side or front to back at the forward-facing belt path.
If you cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try again or
move it to another location.
buckle
storage
Forward-facing
Belt Path
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
2
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg
(22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND
in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg
(40 - 110 lbs)
3
Arrow must be level with ground
when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Forward-facing
buckle
storage
4b. Secure the child
restraint –
Quick Connector.
Using your full weight,
push the child restraint
firmly into the vehicle
seat while pulling up on
the lower anchor strap
to tighten, as shown.
IMPORTANT: To properly secure this child restraint, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from side to
side or front to back at the forward-facing belt path.
If you cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try again or
move it to another location.
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2
3
Forward-facing Installation with Lower
Anchor Connectors
buckle
storage
5.Connect and tighten
tether strap.
Connect the tether hook
to the vehicle tether anchor behind the vehicle
seat, as shown. (Please
consult your vehicle owner’s manual, as tether anchor
locations may vary.) Pull the strap and tighten the tether
securely.
IMPORTANT: If your tether strap is too short to reach
from your child restraint to your vehicle tether anchor,
you will need a Tether Extender. Please call ParentLink (see
back cover).
Notice
Your child restraint is equipped with one of two types of
tether adjusters: standard (shown above) or the TruTether™ (shown below). If your child restraint is equipped with
the TruTether adjuster, refer to page 54 for information
about proper tightening.
TruTether Adjuster
Tightness Indicator
Display
38
Forward-facing Installation with Seat Belt
IMPORTANT:
•If you are using lower anchor connectors to secure the
child restraint, DO NOT use the vehicle seat belt.
•Before installing this child restraint forward-facing with
the vehicle seat belt, you MUST move the lower anchor
connector assembly to the rear-facing belt path so that
it does not interfere with the vehicle seat belt. Refer to
page 20 to 22 for instructions on moving the SureLatch
connectors or Quick Connectors to the rear-facing belt
path.
• Make sure the SureLatch or Quick Connectors are
attached to the storage D-rings on the seat pad.
1.Disconnect tether
hook from the back
of the child
restraint.
OWNER’S MANUAL
Forward-facing
Keep for future use.
Symphony™
Child Restraint System
Tether Strap
2.Place the child
restraint in position.
Make sure child restraint
is in Recline Position #2 or
#3 (p. 53).
Set child restraint on the
vehicle seat in the forward-facing position,
as shown. Lay the tether
strap over the back of the
vehicle seat.
IMPORTANT: NEVER use Recline Position #1 for forwardfacing, AND NEVER use Recline Position #2 with children
who weigh more than 18 kg (40 lbs).
buckle
storage
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Forward-facing Installation with Seat Belt
Access
Flap
Shoulder
Belt
Forward-facing
Belt Path
buck
stor
agele
3.Route seat belt through forward-facing
belt path.
Move the harness out of the way and raise the
access flap. Route the seat belt buckle through the
forward-facing belt path, as shown.
4.Buckle seat belt, then remove all slack
from the seat belt.
Using your full weight, push the child restraint firmly
into the vehicle seat while tightening seat belt to remove excess slack.
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stor ck
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e
Forward-facing Installation with Seat Belt
5.Install locking clip,
if necessary.
You MUST use a locking
clip if your vehicle has:
A lap/shoulder seat belt
combination that has a
buckle tongue that slides
freely along the belt
13 mm
(0.5 inch)
without locking into
place; OR
Seat belts equipped with
an emergency locking
retractor (ELR).
Some ELR vehicle belts can be switched so that they lock
when tightened. It may not be necessary to use a locking
clip in these situations.
Consult your vehicle owner’s manual before installing the locking clip.
To see an example of seat belt types and to properly
install a locking clip, go to p. 55.
Forward-facing
Locking Clip
installed properly
buckle
storage
Forward-facing
Belt Path
6.Ensure child restraint is secure.
With your hand holding the seat shell at the forwardfacing belt path, as shown, try to move the child
restraint from side to side. Then, holding the seat
shell at each forward-facing belt path, try to move
the restraint from front to back.
For the child restraint to be properly secured, it
MUST NOT move more than 25 mm (1 inch) from
side to side or front to back at the belt path. If
you cannot tightly secure the child restraint, try
again or move it to another location.
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Forward-facing Installation with Seat Belt
buckle
storage
5.Connect and tighten
tether strap.
Connect the tether hook
to the vehicle tether anchor behind the vehicle
seat, as shown. (Please
consult your vehicle owner’s manual, as tether anchor
locations may vary.) Pull the strap and tighten the tether
securely.
IMPORTANT: If your tether strap is too short to reach from
your child restraint to your vehicle tether anchor, you will
need a Tether Extender. Please call ParentLink (see back
cover).
Notice
Your child restraint is equipped with one of two types of
tether adjusters: standard (shown above) or the TruTether
(shown below). If your child restraint is equipped with the
TruTether adjuster, refer to page 54 for information about
proper tightening.
TruTether Adjuster
Tightness Indicator
Display
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Forward-facing
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When to Put Your Child
in a Booster Seat
Booster seats raise the child up and help to position the
vehicle lap and shoulder belt correctly. When the child
is properly restrained in a booster seat, his/her risk
of injury in all types of crashes is reduced, as the lap and
shoulder belt provides excellent restraint of both the upper and lower torsos.
It is important for the child to sit properly within the
vehicle seat belts. When the vehicle belt is buckled,
the lap belt should be low on the hips, just touching
the thighs, and the shoulder belt should lie across the
middle of the shoulder. If the child leans out or moves
the belt behind the back or places it under the arm, it
will not provide the intended restraint.
There are a number of things to consider when deciding
whether a child is ready to sit in a booster seat, including: the weight and height ratings on his/her current
child seat, the child’s own weight and height, his/her
maturity, and the seating positions available in your
vehicle.
How is a booster seat used?
Using a booster seat is very similar to buckling yourself
into the vehicle:
• Read the instruction manuals for both the booster seat
and the vehicle before you start.
• Put the booster in the back seat in a location with
a lap and shoulder belt. Never use a booster with
only a lap belt, as this could cause serious injuries.
• After the child is in the booster, pull the lap and shoulder belt across him/her and buckle it.
• Check that the shoulder belt lies across the middle of
the shoulder and that the lap belt is low on the hips,
just touching the thighs.
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How can you tell if a child is ready to transition
to a booster seat?
You should consider using a booster seat if the following
conditions apply:
• The child is mature enough to sit in the booster seat
and not put the belts under his/her arm or behind his/
her back.
• The child is approaching the weight or height limit
of the child restraint he/she is currently using. (Even
children who have not outgrown their toddler seat
can benefit from the use of a booster seat, if it is used
properly.)
• If you have a vehicle that does not have a tether
anchorage but has lap/shoulder belts available in the
back seat, a booster seat may provide better protection than an internal harness seat without the tether.
The shoulder belt MUST
pass through shoulder
belt guide.
Booster
The shoulder belt MUST
cross midway between
child’s shoulder and neck.
The lap belt is stretched low and snug
across the child’s hips, within the lower
belt guides, and fastened into the
buckle.
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Using Symphony as a
Booster Seat
Child Requirements
Weight: 18 to 49.8 kg (40 to 110 lbs)
Height: Child is 110 to 145 cm (43.3 to 57 inches)
Tops of child’s ears are below the
top of the child restraint headrest.
Age: At least four years old
The shoulder belt MUST
pass through shoulder
belt guide.
The shoulder belt MUST
cross midway between
child’s shoulder and neck.
The lap belt is
stretched low and
snug across the
child’s hips,
within the lower
belt guides, and
fastened into the
buckle.
IMPORTANT
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Always secure the booster seat with the lower
anchor connectors or vehicle seat belt when
not occupied. An unsecured booster seat can
fly into and injure other occupants in
the event of a crash.
Booster Installation Checklist
1.Convert child restraint to booster seat.
See “Converting into a Booster Seat,” p. 48.
2.Secure booster seat to the vehicle seat.
Make sure the bottom and back of the booster seat
are touching vehicle seat and back.
IMPORTANT: You may use the tether strap and lower
anchor connectors to secure this booster seat to the vehicle
seat as long as the position of the booster seat in the
vehicle and/or the resulting fit of the vehicle seat belt over
the child are not affected.
3.Place the child in the booster seat.
aMake sure the booster seat is securely locked into
Recline Position #3 (p. 53).
aMake sure the child’s back and bottom are flat
against the back and bottom surfaces of the
booster seat.
4.Adjust headrest for proper shoulder belt fit.
The shoulder belt MUST cross midway between the
child’s shoulder and neck, as shown.
5.Secure child and booster seat to vehicle seat.
Stretch the lap/shoulder belt across the child and
fasten the buckle. Make certain the shoulder belt is
threaded through the shoulder belt guide, as shown.
Make sure the lap belt is stretched low and snug across
the child’s hips, within the lower belt guides, and
fastened into the buckle. The shoulder belt must cross
the child midway between his/her shoulder and neck.
Booster
6.Check your work.
WARNING
The shoulder belt MUST NOT cross the child’s neck or fall
off the child’s shoulder. If you cannot adjust the shoulder
belt to properly lay midway between the child’s shoulder
and neck AND at or above the shoulder, try another
seating location or do not use the booster seat.
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Converting into a Booster Seat
1.Remove the seat pad
(p. 57).
Adjust the headrest to
its uppermost position
(p. 53).
Pull the lower anchor
connectors from the
forward-facing belt path
and place them in the
seat, as shown.
2.Loosen harness.
Press the harness release
button and pull the
harness straps outward.
3.Push the chest clip
and buckle tongues
through the forward-facing belt
path.
Buckle the chest clip
behind the child
restraint, as shown
below.
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Converting into a Booster Seat
4.Conceal harness
tabs.
Tuck harness tabs
completely into
adjustment slots,
as shown.
Note: If the harness tabs
are not tucked completely
into the slots, they will
press uncomfortably
against your child’s back.
5.Tighten harness
straps.
Pull harness adjustment
6.Insert lower anchor
connectors.
Insert both lower anchor
connectors through the
forward-facing belt path.
Booster
strap until harness straps
are tight.
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Converting into a Booster Seat
7.Remove the crotch
strap.
Place the child restraint
in Recline Position #1 (p.
53), then lay it on its back.
Locate the crotch strap
anchor on the bottom.
Unclip the anchor, push
it through the seat, and
remove, as shown.
Insert the crotch strap
anchor back into the
opening from the
bottom of the child
restraint.
Pull the anchor
completely through
the seat and arrange it
so it lies flat, as shown.
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Converting into a Booster Seat
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8.Install the seat pad.
Fasten each lower anchor connector to its D-ring for
storage (page 52).
IMPORTANT
Make sure the child restraint is adjusted to Recline
Position #3 (p. 53) and the headrest is adjusted for
proper shoulder belt fit (p. 53).
Your child restraint is now in booster mode and ready
for a child who weighs 18 to 49.8 kg (40 to 110 lbs),
who is 110 to 145 cm (43.3 to 57 inches) tall, who is
at least four years old, and whose ears are below the
top of the child restraint headrest.
Booster
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General Information
Using the SureLatch Connectors
Not available on all models.
To remove the SureLatch connector from a vehicle lower
anchor bar or from its storage
Release Button D-ring, press the red Release
Button.
When the SureLatch lower anchor connector assembly is in
the forward-facing belt path,
snap each SureLatch connector onto a forward D-ring for
storage.
buckle
storage
When the SureLatch lower
anchor connector assembly is
in the rear-facing belt path,
snap each SureLatch connector onto a rear D-ring for
storage.
buckle
storage
buckle
storage
buckle
storage
Using the Quick Connectors
Not available on all models.
Release Strap
To remove the Quick Connector from a vehicle lower
anchor bar or from its storage
D-ring, pull the red Release
Strap.
When the Quick Connector lower anchor connector assembly
is in the rear-facing or forward-facing belt path, snap each
Quick Connector onto a D-ring in the front, as shown.
buckle
storage
buckle
storage
buckle
storage
buckle
storage
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Adjusting the Headrest
Headrest Adjust Lever
To adjust, squeeze the
headrest adjust lever, as
shown, while sliding the
headrest up or down to
the desired position.
Adjusting the Recline Position
This child restraint can be adjusted into three positions.
Squeeze the recline lever at
the bottom of the child
restraint, as shown, and
select the desired recline
position.
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IMPORTANT: After adjusting
the recline position, rock the
child restraint back and forth
to make sure it is securely
locked in the desired position.
Recline Lever
General
CORRECT RECLINE POSITIONING
• In rear-facing position: Use Recline Position #1 ONLY.
• In forward-facing position when child is secured with
harness straps: Use Recline Position #2 for children who
weigh 10 to 18 kg (22 to 40 lbs); use Recline Position
#3 for children who weigh 10 to 29.4 kg (22 to 65 lbs).
• In booster mode: Use Recline Position #3 ONLY.
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Using the TruTether Adjuster
Not available on all models.
Tether straps equipped with the TruTether adjuster attach
to vehicle tether anchors exactly the same as tether straps
with standard tether adjusters. TruTether adjusters, however, are equipped with a Tightness Indicator that shows,
at a glance, whether the tether strap is properly tightened.
When the Tightness Indicator Display is “green,” the tether
strap is tight enough.
TruTether Adjuster
Tightness Indicator
Display
buckle
storage
Connect the tether hook to the vehicle tether anchor
behind the vehicle seat, as shown. (Please consult your
vehicle owner’s manual, as tether anchor locations may
vary.)
Pull the strap until you see green in the tightness
indicator display. Once it has turned green, you have
removed all slack, and the tether strap is adequately
tightened. Be sure to check it periodically to make sure
the indicator is still green. If no green is showing, pull
the strap until it is.
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Installing the Locking Clip
To view a video about installing a locking clip, go to
www.evenflo.com.
Use the locking clip with:
• Lap/shoulder seat belt
combinations that have a
buckle tongue that slides
freely along the belt
without locking into place;
OR
•Seat belts equipped with an emergency locking
retractor (ELR). Some ELR vehicle belts can be switched so
that they lock when tightened. It may not be necessary
to use a locking clip in these situations.
Consult your vehicle owner’s manual before
installing the locking clip.
Locking Clip
WARNING
• Remove locking clip from vehicle
seat belt when not used with a
child restraint, or the vehicle seat
belt will not properly restrain an
adult or child. Serious injury could
occur.
• DO NOT use the locking clip in
booster mode.
1.Using your full weight,
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
2
General
press down on the child
restraint as you tighten
the seat belt.
buckle
storag
e
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
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buckle
storage
Installing the Locking Clip
2.Hold the lap/shoulder
belts together just
behind the free sliding
buckle tongue while you
unfasten the seat belt.
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
3.While holding the belts
13 mm
(0.5 inch)
buckle
storag
e
and buckle tongue,
thread the locking clip
onto the seat belt and
slide it into place.
Note: Locking clip must
be placed within 13 mm
(0.5 inch) of seat belt
buckle.
4.Buckle the seat belt with
the locking clip in place.
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
1
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
Return to the installation procedure:
• Rear-facing installation – Step 5, page 28
• Forward-facing installation – Step 6, page 41
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Removing the Seat Pad
buck
stora
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ge
1.Disconnect all lower
anchor connectors
from the D-rings on
the seat pad.
2.Open the access flap.
3.Disconnect all seat
pad hooks. Remove
the seat pad.
General
Access Flap
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Installing the Accessories
WARNING
Use the Body Pillow and Infant Head Support (head
pillow) with the child restraint in the rear-facing position
ONLY.
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The optional Body Pillow, when placed in the restraint,
as shown, helps support your child.
IMPORTANT:
• The head pillow should lie flat against the seat back, as
shown. Be sure to cut off the plastic attachment between
the head support and the seat pad. Small parts may be a
choking hazard.
• Support the child’s head. Infants may have difficulty
breathing when in a sitting position. Using additional
padding or pillows behind the infant’s head or failing
to properly recline the child restraint could increase the
child’s risk of serious injury or death.
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WARNING
• Use the fold-down cup holder with the child
restraint in the forward-facing position ONLY.
• DO NOT use the accessories to store cans or hard
cups. Only for use with soft cups (such as styrofoam
or paper).
• DO NOT place any cups that contain hot liquids
(such as coffee or tea) in the accessories.
• DO NOT snap any other items to this child restraint
unless it has been certified for use with this specific
child restraint.To install the fold-down cup holder A,
move seat pad B out of the way and install the cup
holder onto the side of the restraint.
• Cup holder styles may vary.
B
A
A
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Securing Your Child Restraint in Aircraft
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recommends
that you secure your child for air travel in an appropriate child restraint based on your child’s weight and size.
Turbulence can happen with little or no warning. When
turbulence occurs, the safest place for your child is
in a properly installed child restraint, not in an
adult’s lap or on the aircraft seat with its seat
belt. Keeping your child in a child restraint during the
flight will help ensure your family arrives safely at your
destination.
The FAA recommends that a child weighing:*
• more than 18 kg (40 lbs) use an aircraft seat belt;
• less than 9 kg (20 lbs) use a rear-facing child restraint;
and
• from 9 to 18 kg (20 to 40 lbs) use a forward-facing
child restraint.
* Please note that these FAA recommendations
may vary from those applicable to the use of
your child restraint in a motor vehicle.
IMPORTANT
You must use the internal harness when installing the
child restraint in aircraft.
Installing Child Restraint Rear-facing
in Aircraft
IMPORTANT: Before installing the child restraint, make
sure the aircraft seat is in a fully upright position.
buckle
storage
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
1
Forward-facing 10 - 18 kg
(22-40 lbs) when using
Harness Straps
Aircraft
Seat Belt
Forward-facing 10 - 29.4 kg (22 - 65 lbs)
when using Harness Straps AND in
Booster Mode 18 - 49.8 kg (40 - 110 lbs)
2
3
Arrow must be level with ground when
child restraint is used rear-facing.
1.Place the child restraint in position.
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Adjust the child restraint to its most reclined position (Recline Position #1, p. 53), then place it on the
aircraft seat rear-facing, as shown.
Installing Child Restraint Rear-facing
in Aircraft
Buckle/Crotch
Strap
Rear-facing
Belt Path
Opening
Recline
Position
s
Rear-facin
g use
Forward-f
ONLY
(22-40 acing 10
lbs) when - 18 kg
Forward-f
Harness
using
Straps
acing
10 - 29.4
Booster when using
kg (22
Mode
Harness
Arrow
18 - 49.8
Straps - 65 lbs)
must
AND
kg (40
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- 110
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lbs)
is used ground when
rear-facin
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1
2
3
Aircraft
Seat Belt
2.Route aircraft seat belt through rear-facing belt path.
Unhook the front of the child restraint’s seat pad and
move it out of the way. Route the aircraft seat belt
buckle through the rear-facing belt path opening on
one side and continue through the opening on the opposite side of the child restraint, as shown.
IMPORTANT: For aircraft use ONLY, make sure the aircraft seat belt is positioned in front of the buckle/crotch
strap, as shown above.
buckle
storage
3.Fasten the aircraft seat belt, then remove
all slack from the belt.
The aircraft seat belt must be as tight as possible.
Using your full weight, push the child restraint firmly
onto the aircraft seat while pulling on the seat belt to
tighten. Route the excess seat belt strap through the
rear-facing belt path opening.
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Installing Child Restraint Rear-facing
in Aircraft
buckle
storage
Rear-facing
Belt Path
Recline
Positions
Rear-facing use
ONLY
Forward-facing
10 (22-40 lbs) when 18 kg
using
Harness Straps
Forward-facing
10 - 29.4
when using Harnesskg (22 - 65 lbs)
Booster Mode
Straps AND in
18 - 49.8 kg
(40 - 110 lbs)
Arrow must be
level with ground
child restraint
when
is used rear-facing.
1
2
3
4.Check your work.
Reconnect the seat pad to the front of the child re-
straint. With your hand holding the seat shell at the
rear-facing belt path, as shown, try to move the child
restraint from side to side. Then, holding the seat
shell at each rear-facing belt path, try to move the
restraint from front to back.
If you can move the child restraint more than 25
mm (1 inch) from side to side or front to back at
the belt path, the aircraft seat belt is not tight
enough, and you MUST install again until the seat
belt is tight.
Installing Child Restraint Forward-facing
in Aircraft
IMPORTANT: Before installing the child restraint, make sure
the aircraft seat is in a fully upright position.
buckle
storage
Aircraft
Seat Belt
1.Place the child restraint in position.
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Adjust the child restraint to its most upright position
(Recline Position #3, p. 53), then place it on the aircraft
seat forward-facing, as shown above.
Installing Child Restraint Forward-facing
in Aircraft
Access
Flap
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Forwardfacing
Belt Path
Opening
Forward-facing
Belt Path
Opening
Aircraft
Seat Belt
2.Route aircraft seat belt through forwardfacing belt path.
Move the child restraint’s harness out of the way and
raise the access flap. Route the aircraft seat belt buckle
through the forward-facing belt path opening on one
side and continue through the opening on the opposite
side of the child restraint, as shown above.
3.Fasten the aircraft
seat belt, then
remove all slack
from the belt.
The aircraft seat belt
must be as tight as
possible. Using your full
weight, push the child
restraint firmly onto the
aircraft seat while pulling on the aircraft seat
belt to tighten. Route
the excess seat belt
strap through the forward-facing belt path opening.
Note: Because of the fixed length of aircraft seat belts, the belt
buckle could be behind the child’s back after tightening the
belt. For your child’s comfort, Evenflo recommends cushioning
the child’s back by placing a small pillow or folded-up blanket,
or a folded-up jacket, over the belt buckle.
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Installing Child Restraint Forward-facing
in Aircraft
buckle
storag
e
Forward-facing
Belt Path
4.Check your work.
With your hand holding the seat shell at the forwardfacing belt path, as shown, try to move the child
restraint from side to side. Then, holding the seat
shell at each forward-facing belt path, try to move
the restraint from front to back.
If you can move the child restraint more than 25
mm (1 inch) from side to side or front to back at
the belt path, the aircraft seat belt is not tight
enough, and you MUST install again until the aircraft seat belt is tight.
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Care and Cleaning
• DO NOT lubricate or immerse in water the SureLatch connectors, the buckle, or any other part of this child restraint,
unless rinsing is permitted, as stated on the back of the
buckle for your restraint.
• Plastic and metal parts may be wiped clean with mild
soap and water and dried with a soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
• Take care not to damage any labels.
• The harness can be wiped clean with mild soap and
water. Allow harness to air dry.
• Machine wash the seat pad separately in cold water,
delicate cycle. Tumble dry 10 to 15 minutes on low
heat.
• NEVER use child restraint without the seat pad.
• To protect the child restraint from damage caused by
weather, rodents, and other elements common to
garages, the outdoors, and other storage locations,
remove the seat pad and thoroughly clean the restraint
and pad prior to storage. Take care to clean in the areas
where crumbs and other debris tend to accumulate.
Tip!
•
To help protect the
vehicle upholstery, place a
towel beneath and behind
the child restraint.
Proper Disposal of This Child Restraint
At the end of this child restraint’s useful life, Evenflo
encourages you to dispose of it properly. Most of the
components in this child restraint are recyclable.
1. Remove all fabric and padding.
2. Remove all screws and disassemble the restraint.
3. Recycle all plastic/foam parts and discard the rest.
If your local recycling center won’t accept the padding,
you may dispose of it in the landfill.
Note: Evenflo uses recycled materials in the
manufacturing process whenever possible but never
for components that are critical for safety.
To prevent injury due to hidden damage, lost instructions,
outdated technology, etc., discontinue use of this restraint
after eight years or if it has been involved in a crash.
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Replacement Parts
Not available on all models.
You can order replacement parts online at www.evenflo.com
or call Evenflo. When you contact us, please have the product
model number and date of manufacture (found on the back
of the child restraint).
Right
Left
Right
Locking
Clip
Cup Holder
(Cup Holder style
may differ from
illustration.)
Left
Upper Seat
Foam
Right
Left
Right
Body
Pillow
Left
Lower Seat
Foam
Tether
Extender
Headrest
Pad
buckle
storag
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ge
buckl
stora
Headrest
Seat
Pad
SureLatch Lower Anchor
Connector Assembly
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Quick Connector Lower
Anchor Connector Assembly
Limited Warranty
For a period of 90 days from the original purchase of this
Product, Evenflo warrants to the original end user (“Purchaser”) this Product (including any accessories) against
defects in material or workmanship. Evenflo’s sole
obligation under this express limited warranty shall be,
at Evenflo’s option, to repair or replace any Product that
is determined to be defective by Evenflo and determined
to be covered by this warranty.
Repair or replacement as provided under this warranty is
the exclusive remedy of the Purchaser. Proof of purchase
in the form of a receipted invoice or bill of sale evidencing that the Product is within the warranty period must
be presented to obtain warranty service. This express
limited warranty is extended by Evenflo ONLY to the
original Purchaser of the Product and is not assignable
or transferable to subsequent purchasers or end users
of the Product. .For warranty service, contact Evenflo’s
ParentLink Consumer Resource Center at
www.evenflo.com.
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OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS
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FOR BREACH OF THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY ON
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• Canada: 1-937-773-3971
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