Fisher Price Mattel Safe Embrace Convertible Car 79701 Seat Instruction Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Fisher Price Mattel Safe Embrace Convertible Car 79701 Seat Instruction Manual PDF

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Thank you for choosing the Fisher-Price Safe Embrace

Convertible Car Seat... Before you use this car seat, please take time to read and understand this manual completely... It includes important step-by-step instructions on how to properly install this car seat and restrain your child... DO NOT allow others to use this car seat until they understand these instructions... Your childs safety depends on you! The Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat has more ways to keep your child safe than any other car seat... For example, the Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat and this manual are color-coded for easy setup, installa- tion and use follow blue for birth to1 year (6-30 lbs... ) rear-facing and burgundy for 1 year and up (22-40 lbs... ) forward-facing... Weve also equipped the Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat with a tether strap for use in the forward- facing position... Child restraint industry experts agree that the use of a tether strap with a forward-facing car seat significantly reduces the risk of head injuries in a sudden stop or crash...

Message to Parents

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WARNING Proper installation and use depends on you! If you do not follow the instructions in this manual and the labels on the car seat, paying particular attention to the warning statements, your child could be at risk of striking the vehicles interior during a sudden stop or crash, resulting in serious injury or death...

ALWAYS secure this car seat with your vehicle belt system exactly as described in this manual... Refer also to your vehicle owners manual for specific information on your vehicle belt system and specific instructions on how to install a car seat in your vehicle...

NEVER install the car seat in the rear-facing position in a vehicle seating location equipped with an airbag... The airbag impact can cause severe head injury or death... If your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger side airbag, please refer to your vehicle owners manual for child restraint installation instructions...

NEVER install and restrain a child less than 1 year of age in this car seat facing the front of the vehicle... You must install the car seat in the rear-facing position to avoid serious neck injuries in a sudden stop or crash...

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WARNING

ALWAYS use the tether strap in the forward-facing position... Your childs safety is significantly enhanced in the event of a crash if the tether strap is used... The tether strap significantly reduces forward motion of your childs head during a crash, greatly reducing the likelihood of head injury...

NEVER use the chest clip with a child whose shoulder height is below the middle blue shoulder strap slots... The chest clip could pose a strangulation hazard to small infants...

NEVER use the upper burgundy shoul- der strap slots with a child in the rear- facing position... The shoulder straps will not be snug against your child and your child will not be properly restrained... Use the lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots when using the car seat rear-facing...

NEVER use the lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots with a child in the forward-facing position... The shoulder straps could fall off your childs shoul- ders and your child will not be properly restrained... Use the upper burgundy shoulder strap slots when using the car seat forward-facing...

NEVER allow the shoulder straps to be loose around your child... If the shoulder straps are not snug against your child, your child will not be properly restrained...

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WARNING NEVER dress your child in clothing that interferes with positioning the crotch strap between your childs legs... If the crotch strap is not positioned between your childs legs, your child could eject from the car seat in a crash...

NEVER leave an unsecured car seat in your vehicle... If left unsecured, the car seat could injure other occupants in a sudden stop or crash...

NEVER use the car seat after it is involved in an accident... An accident can cause damage to the car seat that you cannot see...

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Please read this entire manual carefully before using this car seat... Keep this manual in the pocket on the car seat for easy reference...

This child restraint system conforms to all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft...

The rear-facing position is the safest position from birth to 1 year old (6 -30 lbs... , 3 -14 kg)... If your child is less than 1 year old, DO NOT use this car seat in the forward-facing position...

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that infants be restrained in a rear-facing car seat until they are at least 1 year of age and 20 lbs... to reduce the risk of cervical spine injury in the event of a crash... Since an infants head size is very large relative to body size and the neck is still developing strength, a rear-facing car seat is safer because it better supports an infants head and back in the event of a frontal crash...

The forward-facing position is for children 1 year and up that range in size from 22-40 lbs... (10 -18 kg) and up to 40" (102 cm) tall...

If your child weighs 22-40 lbs... but cannot sit upright unassisted, please contact your physician to determine how best to use a car seat...

Complete the registration card attached to the car seat and mail it in today!

If your vehicle was manufactured in or after 1985, Fisher-Price recommends that you contact your vehicle dealer to obtain a tether anchor kit that is specifically designed for your vehicle... Most vehicle manufacturers supply these kits free of charge...

If your vehicle was manufactured before 1985, or a tether anchor kit is not available for your particular vehicle, use the universal tether anchor kit provided with your Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat...

For Your Information

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Safer Fit In Your Vehicle

Built-in Locking Clips

Five-Point Harness

Steel Frame Construction

Color-Coded Installation

Energy Absorbing Foam

Tether Strap Attachment

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Surrounds your child with an extra layer of protection...

Adds greater strength than car seats with all plastic frames...

Make it easier and more convenient to firmly secure the car seat...

Makes it easier to route and position belts correctly; follow blue for rear-facing position and burgundy for forward-facing position...

Contoured base and vehicle belt routes designed for a more secure fit in virtually all vehicles...

Additional belt anchoring car seat directly to your vehicles frame, reducing forward motion in an accident and significantly reducing the potential for injury...

A safer way to restrain your child in an accident, with wider belts that more gently distribute the force of a crash...

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The safety features of this Fisher-Price

car seat will reduce the risk of injury to your child in an accident; however, no car seat can prevent serious injury or death in all accidents...

eep your child safer...

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Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location

for Your Car Seat

Front of Vehicle

IMPORTANT!

WARNING NEVER install the car seat in the rear- facing position in a vehicle seating loca- tion equipped with an airbag... The airbag impact can cause severe head injury or death... If your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger side airbag, please refer to your vehicle owners manual for child restraint installation instructions...

Accident statistics show that children are safer when properly secured in rear vehicle seating locations than in front seating locations...

When installing this car seat in your vehicle for forward-facing use, only use the front seat when no acceptable rear seating location is available... If the front seating location is equipped with an airbag, but must be used to install this car seat in the forward-facing position, adjust the vehicle seat as far back from the dashboard as possible... Please refer to your vehicle owners manual regarding front seat, forward-facing child restraint use...

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The rear seating locations are ALWAYS preferred...

NEVER use vehicle seats

that face the side of the vehicle...

ALWAYS use vehicle seats that face the front of the vehicle...

NEVER use vehicle seats that face the rear of the vehicle...

Front of Vehicle

Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location

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Front of Vehicle

Front of Vehicle

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There are many different types of vehicle belt systems... Some vehicle belt systems can never be used to install this car seat... Check to determine which type of vehicle belt system or systems you have... Many vehicles have more than one type of vehicle belt system... For example, you may find lap only belts in the center seating location and lap and shoulder belts in the side seating locations... If you are not sure which type of vehicle belt system you have, contact your vehicle dealer or manufacturer... The illustrations on the next two pages show vehicle belt systems that you can use and can never use to install the car seat... If you do not have a seating location with an acceptable vehicle belt system, DO NOT use the car seat... Contact your vehicle manufacturer... The vehicle manufacturer may be able to install a vehicle belt system that will be able to secure the car seat properly... NEVER alter your vehicle belt system yourself...

What Kind of Vehicle Belt System Do You Have?

WARNING ALWAYS secure this car seat with your vehicle belt system exactly as described in this manual... Refer also to your vehicle owners manual for specific information on your vehicle belt system and specific instructions on how to install a car seat in your vehicle...

IMPORTANT!

Some vehicles are equipped with an emergency locking retractor (ELR) lap belt system... An ELR lap belt system requires the use of a heavy duty lock- ing clip to install child restraints... NEVER use the built-in locking clip on this car seat in place of a heavy duty locking clip... Refer to your vehicle owners manual for specific information...

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Door Mounted Lap and Shoulder Belt Explanation

The lap and shoulder belt system is attached to the vehicles door and moves when the door is opened... You will not be able to keep the car seat secure...

Motorized Shoulder Belt Explanation

The shoulder belt moves along a track when the door is opened or when the vehicle is started... You will not be able to keep the car seat secure...

NEVER USE These Vehicle Belt Systems

NEVER USE

NEVER USE

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Manual Lap Belt Explanation

The lap belt is tightened by pulling on its free end...

Automatic Locking Retractor Lap Belt Explanation

The lap belt slack retracts automatically and locks... It can be further tightened by pushing the belt in near the retractor...

Lap and Shoulder Belt with Locking Latch Plate Explanation

Pull on the shoulder portion of the belt to tighten...

Lap and Shoulder Belt with Sliding Latch Plate Explanation

Pull on the shoulder portion of the belt to tighten... The shoulder belt retracts auto- matically...

ONLY USE These Vehicle Belt Systems

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Your Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat is color-coded for easy

setup, installation and use... Use blue areas on the car seat

for the rear-facing position...

Rear-Facing Position

Birth to 1 Year (6-30 lbs... )

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Rear-Facing Position Locking Clip Rear-Facing Blue Shoulder Strap Slots Seat Position Adjuster Recline for

Rear-Facing Position

5-Point Harness Shoulder Straps* Lap Straps Crotch Strap

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Harness Release Lever Harness Adjustment Strap Rear-Facing Position Vehicle Belt Path Opening

*When purchased, the car seat is factory assembled for rear-facing use with the shoulder straps in the lower blue shoulder strap slots...

Rear-Facing Position Birth to 1 Year (6-30 lbs... )

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Make sure both shoulder straps are inserted into the buckle...

Lift the harness release lever and pull the shoulder straps out as far as you can on the front of the car seat...

NEVER use the upper burgundy shoulder strap slots with a child in the rear-facing position... The shoulder straps will not be snug against your child and your child will not be prop- erly restrained... Use the lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots when using the car seat rear-facing...

Setup 5-Point Harness

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Open the connector bar cover on the back of the car seat...

Pull the connector bar up...

Remove each shoulder strap from each end of the connector bar, as shown...

Setup 5-Point Harness

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Place your child in the car seat to select the appropriate lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots... If your childs shoulders are above the lower blue shoulder strap slots, use the middle blue shoulder strap slots...

Setup 5-Point Harness

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Remove the shoulder straps from the shoulder strap slots (and the chest clip if previously used) on the front of the car seat... Re-insert the shoul- der straps through either the lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots... Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted...

Setup 5-Point Harness

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If you are converting the car seat from for- ward-facing use to rear-facing use, REPOSI- TION THE SHOULDER STRAPS IN THE LOWER OR MIDDLE BLUE SHOULDER STRAP SLOTS...

The chest clip can be used in the rear-facing position only if your childs shoulders are at or above the middle blue shoulder strap slots... Please refer to page 46 to assemble the chest clip to the shoulder straps...

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Pull the connector bar up on the back of the car seat... Re-attach the shoulder straps to the connec- tor bar... Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted... Make sure the connector bar strap is not twisted...

Setup 5-Point Harness

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Pull the seat position adjuster down ... Rotate the seat position adjuster toward the bottom of the car seat ... Make sure the seat position adjuster is flat against the bottom of the car seat... DO NOT use the tether strap to install the car seat rear-facing... Store the tether strap by folding it and fastening it to the back of the car seat... Store the tether anchor and hard- ware in a safe place until youre ready to use this car seat in the forward-facing posi- tion with a child 1 year and up (22-40 lbs... )...

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Close the connector bar cover... REAR-FACING RECLINE

Setup Seat Position Recline

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If the chest clip is not used, store it (buckled together) with this manual in the pocket on the side of the car seat...

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It is easier to close the connector bar cover if you pull the shoulder straps out as far as you can on the front of the car seat...

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ALWAYS secure this car seat with your vehicle belt system exactly as described in this manual... Refer also to your vehicle owners manual for specific information on your vehicle belt system and specific instructions on how to install a car seat in your vehicle...

NEVER install the car seat in the rear-facing position in a vehicle seat- ing location equipped with an airbag... The airbag impact can cause severe head injury or death... If your vehicle is equipped with a front passenger side airbag, please refer to your vehicle owners manual for child restraint installation instructions...

NEVER install and restrain a child less than 1 year of age in this car seat facing the front of the vehicle... You must install the car seat in the rear-facing position to avoid serious neck injuries in a sudden stop or crash...

NEVER use the chest clip with a child whose shoulder height is below the middle blue shoulder strap slots... The chest clip could pose a strangu- lation hazard to small infants...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

WARNING

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Once you have selected an acceptable seating location, place the car seat on the vehicle seat facing the rear of the vehicle...

Insert the vehicle belt through the blue vehicle belt opening in the side of the car seat...

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

Routing your vehicle belt underneath the pad (see inset) will help keep it clean...

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Route the vehicle belt out through the blue vehicle belt opening in the other side of the car seat...

Buckle the vehicle belt...

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REAR OF VEHICLE

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For a lap and shoulder belt system: With the vehicle belt buckled, pull the shoul- der belt just until the back of the car seat begins to rise...

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For a manual lap belt system: With the vehicle belt buckled, pull the free end of the vehicle belt just until the back of the car seat begins to rise...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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Some vehicle belt systems have labels with instructions for use with car seats... Read the instruc- tions on your vehicles belt or refer to your vehicle owners manual for specific instructions on how to tighten your vehicle belt system...

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Base

After tightening the vehicle belt system, make sure the base of the car seat is flat on the vehicle seat... If the car seat is sloped toward the vehicle seat back, your child will be too upright, allowing your childs head to droop forward...

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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Base

If the base of the car seat is not flat on the vehicle seat, try inserting a rolled bath towel between the vehicle seat and the foot of the car seat... This will raise the foot of the car seat so that the base is flat on the vehicle seat...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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If you are using a vehicle seating location equipped with a shoulder belt, you must use only one rear-facing position locking clip on the car seat to prevent the vehicle belt system from loosening during use... With the vehicle belt system tight, fit the shoulder belt into the rear-facing position locking clip on the side of the car seat...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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Your car seat is equipped with two rear-facing position locking clips (one on each side of the car seat)... Use only one rear-facing position locking clip to install the car seat... Use the rear-facing position locking clip closest to where the vehicle shoulder belt is attached to the vehicle...

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Test your installation by pushing on the top of the car seat... The car seat should NOT easily rotate down...

Regularly check to ensure your car seat installation is secure...

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If, after following the instructions Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle, pages 22-30, steps 1-9, you cannot firmly install the car seat, choose a different vehicle seating location to install the car seat...

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Lift the harness release lever and pull the shoulder straps out to loosen the 5-point harness...

Press the button on the buckle and remove the shoulder straps from the buckle...

Restraining Your Child

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The metal and plastic parts of the car seat may become very hot when exposed to the sun... When not in use, cover the car seat with a blanket if it will be exposed to the sun for prolonged periods of time... Before placing your child in the car seat, remove the blanket and check to be sure the metal and plastic parts are not too hot...

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Place your child in the car seat... Make sure your childs lower back is against the car seat back... This will allow you to position the 5-point harness around your child properly...

Position the crotch strap between your childs legs...

Position the shoulder straps over your childs shoulders... Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted...

Insert each of the shoulder straps into the buckle... You should hear a click on each side of the buckle...

Restraining Your Child

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Pull the shoulder straps up to tighten the lap straps...

Pull the harness adjustment strap to tighten the 5-point harness...

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Check to be sure the shoulder straps are locked into the buckle and securing your child properly... Pull the shoulder straps up and away from your child firmly... The shoulder straps should remain locked in the buckle and should not pull more than one inch (two fingers) away from your childs chest... If the shoulder straps are too loose or unbuckle, please re-read the instructions on pages 32-34, and repeat steps 3 -9...

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NEVER allow the shoulder straps to be loose around your child... If the shoulder straps are not snug against your child, your child will not be properly restrained...

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To remove your child from the car seat: Press the button on the buckle and remove the shoulder straps from the buckle... Slide the shoulder straps off your childs shoulders and remove your child from the car seat... Insert both shoulder straps into the buckle...

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Your Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat is color-coded for easy

setup, installation and use... Use burgundy areas on the car seat

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Forward-Facing Position

1 Year and Up (22-40 lbs... )

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Forward-Facing Position Vehicle Belt Path Seat Position Adjuster Upright for

Forward-Facing Position

Harness Adjustment Strap Harness Release Lever Chest Clip

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5-Point Harness Shoulder Straps* Lap Straps Crotch Strap

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Forward-Facing Burgundy Shoulder Strap Slots Tether Strap Tether Anchor Kit

(bolt, washer, lock washer, nut shown on pages 41-43)

Forward-Facing Position Locking Clip

*When purchased, the car seat is factory assembled for rear-facing use with the shoulder straps in the lower blue shoulder strap slots...

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USE WITH A TETHER STRAP

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The most common life-threatening injuries that children sustain in vehicle accidents are head injuries... Even when a child is restrained in a properly installed forward-facing car seat, that child is susceptible to head injuries in vehicle collisions if the head moves forward enough to contact the vehicle interior... An effective way to reduce a childs forward motion is by the use of an additional top restraint known as a tether strap... Tether straps are highly effective in improving child safety in a vehicle...

Your Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat is equipped with a tether strap and tether anchor... The tether anchor must be installed in your vehicle... When the tether strap is fastened to the tether anchor in your vehicle, it will reduce the amount of forward motion your child experi- ences in an accident...

Fisher-Price urges you to take the time to install a tether anchor in your vehicle... Your childs safety depends on you!

Tether Strap Tether Anchor

Tether Anchor Installation

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If your vehicle was manufactured in or after 1985, Fisher-Price recommends that you contact your vehicle dealer to obtain a tether anchor kit that is specifically designed for your vehicle... Most vehicle manufacturers supply these kits free of charge... When requesting a tether anchor kit, be sure to specify the vehicle seating location in which you intend to install the car seat... To determine the seating location that provides a tight fit for your car seat, pre- install the car seat in your vehicle... Follow the instructions, Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle, pages 51-57, steps 1-5 and 9...

If your vehicle was manufactured before 1985 or a tether anchor kit is not available for your particular vehicle, use the universal tether anchor kit provided with your Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat... Follow the instructions, Tether Anchor Installation, pages 40-43, steps 1-7 to install the tether anchor...

Tether Strap Tether Anchor

Tether Anchor Installation

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Refer to your vehicle owners manual for information on tether straps... Look for tether or top strap in the seat belt/restraint section...

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Choose an acceptable vehicle seating loca- tion for your car seat... Follow the instructions, Selecting a Vehicle Seating Location for Your Car Seat, pages 9 and 10, for general infor- mation on choosing a vehicle seating location... To determine the seating location that provides a tight fit for your car seat, pre-install the car seat in your vehicle... Follow the instructions, Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle, pages 51-57, steps 1-5 and 9... You also need to choose an acceptable location for the tether anchor... Make sure the location is: through solid metal, 11/4" away from any edge or large hole

(speaker holes, defroster vent holes, etc... ), clear of wires, fuel or brake lines, fuel tank

and spare tire, accessible to allow the attachment of a

washer and nut, NOT a removable panel, luggage cover,

spare tire cover or any screw-on panel... Determine which type of vehicle you have: 2-door or 4-door car (see page 41); van, station wagon, hatchback, sport utility vehicle (see page 42); or pick-up truck (see page 43)... Note: Installation of the tether anchor may require two adults...

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IMPORTANT!

Use the tether strap only when using your car seat in the forward-facing position (22-40 lbs... )...

Use the tether strap in addition to your vehicle belt system to install your car seat in your vehicle...

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If a pre-drilled hole does not exist, you will have to drill a 5/16" hole... (Be sure to wear appropriate eye protection when drilling... ) Make sure the hole is at least 8" away from the top and no more than 3" from the center line of the Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat...

Insert the bolt through the anchor...

Insert the end of the bolt into the hole inside your vehicle...

Open the trunk of your vehicle and attach the washer and lock nut to the end of the bolt... While holding the bolt tight with a wrench, tighten the lock nut securely with another wrench...

Distance from top of car seat and hole is at least 8"...

Car Seat

Center Line

Bolt

Anchor

Washer

Lock Nut

Tether Anchor Installation 2-Door and 4-Door Car

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If a pre-drilled hole does not exist, you will have to drill a 5/16" hole... (Be sure to wear appropriate eye protection when drilling... ) Make sure the hole is behind the vehicle seat and still accessible by the tether strap; and no more than 4" from the center line of the Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat...

Insert the bolt through the anchor...

Insert the end of the bolt into the hole inside your vehicle...

From the outside or underside of your vehi- cle, attach the washer and lock nut to the end of the bolt... While holding the bolt tight with a wrench, tighten the lock nut securely with another wrench... If the drilled hole is on the floor of your vehicle, use a silicone caulk to seal out water and exhaust fumes...

Bolt

Anchor

Washer

Lock Nut

Car Seat Center Line

Hole is behind vehicle seat and still accessible by tether strap...

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Tether Anchor Installation Van, Hatchback, Station

Wagon, Sport Utility Vehicle

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If a pre-drilled hole does not exist, you will have to drill a 5/16" hole... (Be sure to wear appropriate eye protection when drilling... ) Make sure the hole is at least 8" from the top of the vehicle seat and no more than 3" from the center line of the Safe Embrace

Convertible Car Seat...

Insert the bolt through the anchor...

Insert the end of the bolt into the hole inside your vehicle...

From the outside of your vehicle, attach the washer and lock nut to the end of the bolt... While holding the bolt tight with a wrench, tighten the lock nut securely with another wrench... Use a silicone caulk around the drilled hole to seal out water and exhaust fumes...

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Bolt

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Distance from top of vehicle seat and hole is at least 8"...

Car Seat Center Line

Tether Anchor Installation Pick-Up Truck

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Make sure both shoulder straps are inserted into the buckle...

Lift the harness release lever and pull the shoulder straps out as far as you can on the front of the car seat...

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NEVER use the lower or middle blue shoulder strap slots with a child in the forward-facing position... The shoulder straps could fall off your childs shoul- ders and your child will not be properly restrained... Use the upper burgundy shoulder strap slots when using the car seat forward-facing...

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Open the connector bar cover on the back of the car seat...

Pull the connector bar up...

Remove each shoulder strap from each end of the connector bar, as shown... Remove the shoulder straps from the front of the car seat...

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Position the chest clip pieces so that the buckle and tongue face each other... Fasten the chest clip...

Thread a shoulder strap through one side of the chest clip, as shown... Make sure the shoulder strap is not twisted... Repeat this procedure to thread the other shoulder strap through the other side of the chest clip...

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Re-insert the shoulder straps into the upper burgundy shoulder strap slots... Unfasten the chest clip...

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If you are converting the car seat from rear- facing use to forward-facing use, REPOSI- TION THE SHOULDER STRAPS IN THE UPPER BURGUNDY SHOULDER STRAP SLOTS AND ATTACH THE CHEST CLIP... The chest clip is intended to be used only if your childs shoulders are at or above the middle blue shoulder strap slots...

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Setup 5-Point Harness

Pull the connector bar up on the back of the car seat...

Re-attach the shoulder straps to the connec- tor bar... Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted...

Make sure the connector bar strap is not twisted...

Close the connector bar cover...

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It is easier to close the connector bar cover if you pull the shoulder straps out as far as you can on the front of the car seat...

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Pull the seat position adjuster down ... Rotate the seat position adjuster toward you ...

Make sure the seat position adjuster is in the upright position...

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FORWARD- FACING

UPRIGHT

Setup Seat-Position Upright

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

ALWAYS secure this car seat with your vehicle belt system exactly as described in this manual... Refer also to your vehicle owners manu- al for specific information on your vehicle belt system and specific instructions on how to install a car seat in your vehicle...

ALWAYS use the tether strap in the forward-facing position... Your childs safety is significantly enhanced in the event of a crash if the tether strap is used... The tether strap significantly reduces forward motion of your childs head during a crash, greatly reducing the likeli- hood of head injury...

IMPORTANT!

When installing this car seat in your vehicle, only use the front seat when no acceptable rear seating location is available... If the front seating location is equipped with an airbag but must be used to install this car seat in the forward-facing position, adjust the vehicle seat as far back from the dashboard as possible... Consult your vehicle owners manual regarding front seat, forward-facing child restraint use...

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Once you have selected an acceptable seat- ing location and have installed the tether anchor, place the car seat on the vehicle seat facing the front of the vehicle...

Route the vehicle belt over the bend in the burgundy tube, against the connector bar cover on the back of the car seat and then over the bend in the burgundy tube on the opposite side of the car seat...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

Buckle the vehicle belt... 3

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For a lap and shoulder belt system: With the vehicle belt buckled, push down on the car seat with your knee and pull the shoulder belt for the tightest possible fit...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

For a manual lap belt system: With the vehicle belt buckled, push down on the car seat with your knee and pull the free end of the vehicle belt for the tightest possible fit...

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Some vehicle belt systems have labels with instructions for use with car seats... Read the instructions on your vehicles belt or refer to your vehicle owners manual for specific instructions on how to tighten your vehicle belt system...

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If you are using a vehicle seating location equipped with a shoulder belt, you must use only one forward-facing position locking clip on the car seat to prevent the vehicle belt system from loosening during use... With the vehicle belt system tight, fit the shoulder belt into the forward-facing position locking clip on the burgundy tube...

Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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FRONT OF VEHICLE

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IMPORTANT!

Your car seat is equipped with two forward- facing position locking clips (one on each side of the seat)... Use only one forward- facing position locking clip to install the car seat... Use the forward-facing position locking clip closest to where the vehicle shoulder belt is attached to the vehicle...

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

Attach the tether strap hook to the tether anchor...

Pull the free end of the tether strap to tighten...

Fold or roll the excess tether strap and tuck it between the car seat and the vehicle seat...

Note: To remove the tether strap from the tether anchor, lift the tab on the adjuster to loosen the tether strap... Remove the tether strap hook from the tether anchor...

TO REMOVE

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Test your installation of the car seat by rocking the car seat forward and backward... You should NOT be able to pull the back of the car seat away from the vehicle seat more than one inch... Regularly check to ensure your car seat installation is secure...

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Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle

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IMPORTANT!

If, after following the instructions, Installing Your Car Seat in a Vehicle, pages 50-57, steps 1-9, you cannot tightly install the car seat, choose a different vehicle seating loca- tion to install the car seat...

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Lift the harness release lever and pull the shoulder straps out to loosen the 5-point harness...

Press the button on the buckle and remove the shoulder straps from the buckle...

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Restraining Your Child

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The metal and plastic parts of the car seat may become very hot when exposed to the sun... When not in use, cover the car seat with a blan- ket if it will be exposed to the sun for prolonged periods of time... Before placing your child in the car seat, remove the blanket and check to be sure the metal and plastic parts are not too hot...

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Place your child in the car seat... Make sure your childs lower back is against the car seat back... This will allow you to position the 5-point harness around your child properly...

Position the crotch strap between your childs legs...

Position the shoulder straps over your childs shoulders... Make sure the shoulder straps are not twisted...

Insert each of the shoulder straps into the buckle... You should hear a click on each side of the buckle...

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Pull the shoulder straps up to tighten the lap straps...

Pull the harness adjustment strap to tighten the 5-point harness...

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WARNING NEVER dress your child in clothing that interferes with positioning the crotch strap between your childs legs... If the crotch strap is not posi- tioned between your childs legs, your child could eject from the car seat in a crash...

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Position the chest clip so that it is in line with your childs armpits...

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Check to be sure the shoulder straps are locked into the buckle and securing your child properly... Pull the shoulder straps up and away from your child firmly... The shoulder straps should remain locked in the buckle and should not pull more than one inch (two fingers) away from your childs chest... If the shoulder straps are too loose or unbuckle, please re-read the instructions, Restraining Your Child, pages 58-63, and repeat steps 3 -11...

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WARNING NEVER allow the shoulder straps to be loose around your child... If the shoulder straps are not snug against your child, your child will not be properly restrained...

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The safety features of this Fisher-Price

car seat will reduce the risk of injury to your child in an accident; however, no car seat can prevent serious injury or death in all accidents...

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Restraining Your Child

To remove your child from the car seat: Unbuckle the chest clip... Press the button on the buckle and remove the shoulder straps from the buckle... Slide the shoulder straps off your childs shoulders and remove your child from the car seat... Insert both shoulder straps into the buckle...

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Consumer Information

If you have any questions about installation or proper use, or would like to order replacement parts for the Safe Embrace Convertible Car Seat, please call Fisher-Price Consumer Affairs toll-free at 1-800-432-KIDS, between 8 AM and 5 PM EST, Monday through Friday... Hearing-impaired con- sumers using TTY/TDD equipment, please call 1-800-382-7470... Or write to:

Fisher-Price Consumer Affairs 636 Girard Avenue East Aurora, New York 14052

If you would like to request an additional Fisher-Price universal tether anchor kit free of charge, please call 1-800-432-KIDS...

Fisher-Price recommends that child restraints be replaced after eight years to provide the best assur- ance that the child restraint: is in reliable working condition; is well-suited for use in constantly chang- ing automobile interior designs; and is reasonably current in relation to Federal regulations... When you replace your car seat for any reason, make sure that it can no longer be used by another child by disposing of it properly...

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You can install this car seat in aircraft seats that face forward... Before bringing the car seat on board: Notify the airline of your intent to bring this car seat

on board... The airline may have restrictions regard- ing its use...

The width of this car seat is 18"... You may need to lift the armrest out of the way to provide added room for the car seat... Check with the airline to be sure this car seat will fit in the aircraft seat...

Install the car seat in aircraft seats that face forward and follow the instructions of the flight attendant regarding placement of the car seat... For specific instructions, please see pages 14 -35 for rear-facing use and pages 36-64 for forward-facing use...

Aircraft Use

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Child restraints could be recalled for safety rea- sons... You must register this restraint to be reached in a recall... Send your name,

address, and the restraints model number and

manufacturing date (located on the back of the seat back) to: Fisher-Price, Inc... , 636 Girard Avenue, East Aurora, New York 14052, or call 1-800-432-KIDS... For recall information, call the U... S... Governments Auto Safety Hotline at 1-800-424-9393 (202-366-0123 in the Washington D... C... area)...

NO POSTAGE

NECESSARY

IF MAILED

IN THE

UNITED STATES

POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE

BUSINESS REPLY MAIL

FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO... 106 WEBSTER, NY

Register Your Safe Embrace

Convertible Car Seat

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From the front of the car seat, lift the harness release lever and pull the shoulder straps out as far as you can...

From the back of the car seat, open the connector bar cover...

Pull the connector bar out and up...

Remove each shoulder strap from each end of the connector bar...

From the front of the car seat, pull the shoulder straps out to remove them...

Lift the edges of the car seat pad from the car seat shell... Feed the crotch and lap belts through the slots in the car seat pad... Remove the car seat pad...

Machine wash the car seat pad in cold water and mild detergent and tumble dry on low heat... Do not use bleach...

Cleaning and Washing

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To clean the car seat shell and 5-point harness, use a mild cleaning agent and damp cloth... Rinse with clean water to remove soap residue...

Clean the inside of the buckle with a mild soap and water solution... Run warm water into the buckle to remove residue... DO NOT use deter- gents... DO NOT lubricate the buckle...

Replace the car seat pad onto the car seat shell and feed the crotch and lap belts through the slots in the bottom of the car seat pad...

Insert each of the shoulder straps into the buckle...

Insert the shoulder straps through the appropriate shoulder strap slots, checking to be sure they are not twisted and are in the proper slots for either rear-facing (beginning on page 18 or forward- facing (beginning on page 46)...

Connect the shoulder straps to the connector bar and close the connector bar cover...

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Safe Check Rear-Facing (Birth -1 Year)

SHOULDER STRAPS inserted in upper burgundy slots

ADJUST seat position adjuster to upright car seat forward-facing

FASTEN vehicle belt system after properly routing it over both

burgundy belt path metal tubes tether strap to tether anchor 5-point harness and adjust it to fit child snugly

EVALUATE installation to be sure car seat is in appropriate seating

location and is a tight fit in vehicle to be sure 5-point harness is snug against child

SHOULDER STRAPS inserted in lower or middle blue slots

ADJUST seat position adjuster to recline car seat rear-facing

FASTEN vehicle belt system after properly routing it through both

blue belt path openings 5-point harness and adjust it to fit child snugly

EVALUATE to be sure car seat is not installed in a vehicle seating

location equipped with an airbag installation to be sure car seat is in appropriate seating

location and is a firm fit in vehicle to be sure 5-point harness is snug against child

Fisher-Price

1-800-432-KIDS

Forward-Facing (1Year and Older)

Fisher-Price, Inc... , a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc... , East Aurora, New York 14052, U... S... A... 1999 Mattel, Inc... All Rights Reserved...

and designate U... S... trademarks of Mattel, Inc... Printed in U... S... A... 79701pr-0920

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