You must have the original purchase receipt for a warranty claim to be accepted. Note that the upholstery fabric is subject to a certain degree of wear even from normal use. The pink region represents children who are suitable for use in the harness mode. The blue region rep- resents children who are allowed to use its booster mode. Page 9 It is equally important to become familiar with the features of your child re- straint system. The diagrams below help you to identify key features.
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You must have the original purchase receipt for a warranty claim to be accepted. Note that the upholstery fabric is subject to a certain degree of wear even from normal use. The pink region represents children who are suitable for use in the harness mode. The blue region rep- resents children who are allowed to use its booster mode. Page 9 It is equally important to become familiar with the features of your child re- straint system.
The diagrams below help you to identify key features. Page Knowing Your Vehicle Knowing Your Vehicle Before using your child restraint, take time to become familiar with the safety features of your vehicle so that you can use your child restraint system cor- rectly. Below is a diagram that helps you to identify key features.
Page 11 Recaro and the U. Department of Transportation warn that children 12 and under MUST ride in the rear seats, away from front airbags. The only excep- tion is if the airbag is turned off. Finally, check the alignment of the Young Sport. Page 16 Recaro rec- ommends storing the child restraint in a cool and dry location.
Page Positioning A Child In Harness Mode Positioning a Child in Harness Mode Provided that your child weighs between 20 and 40 pounds 8 and 18 kg , is be- tween 27 and 40 inches 69 and cm , and is over 1 year old, the harness mode may be used.
Page 19 6. Pull the shoulder belts around the child, making sure all of the belts are straight and are not twisted j. Fasten the free ends into the center buckle k. You should hear an audible click when engaging into the center buckle. Page 21 i. Sleep Position A minor adjustment option available on the Young Sport is the sleep position.
This fea- ture is designed to help your child be more comfortable while seated. To make this ad- justment, simply turn the knobs j on both Therefore, do NOT use head restraint positions 4 or 5 in harness mode! To do so, follow these steps: 1. Unbuckle the chest clip and the har- ness buckle so that the belts are loose a. Page 24 6. On the front side of the unit, pull the shoulder belts out of the head restraint trim cover openings f.
Unfasten the snaps and Velcro near the handle of the unit and pull the head restraint trim cover off of the head re- straint g. Page 25 Finally, route the belts k and center buckle l through the trim cover and re- move the trim cover completely. For trim cover reassembly follow the above steps in reverse. If the child restraint is not configured in harness mode, you will need to physically convert it over to harness mode.
RECARO Young Sport Manuals & User Guides
Every family wishes for just such a hero. Child seat that grows with them One child seat for the whole childhood? The height-adjustable backrest with integrated headrest makes this possible. In this way, the child seat can be perfectly adjusted to the height of your child and automatically grows with them from nine months to twelve years. Advanced Side Protection ASP Whether nipping to football training or off on a big holiday: the integrated protectors offer maximum protection on every journey. In the event of a side collision, they absorb the force that would act upon the child. This way, children and parents can travel reassured.
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