AXKID Kidzofix handleiding (ENG)

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Axkid Kidzofix autostoel Handleiding. Mocht je de handleiding van het autostoeltje kwijt zijn, dan is dit altijd handig. Aan de Nederlandse versie van de handleiding Axkid Kidzofix wordt gewerkt. Meer informatie of de Kidzofix autostoel is te vinden op www.achterwaarts.nl

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AXKID Kidzofix handleiding (ENG)

  1. 1. Instruction manual Kidzofix Rearward facing with Isofix Forward facing with seat belt 9 - 18 kilo 9 - 18 kiloRearward facing with seat belt Forward facing with adult belt 9 - 25 kilo 15 - 25 kilo Tested and approved according to ECE R44 / 04 Isofix size C/R3
  2. 2. Important informationThank you for choosing a child seat from Axon Kids. The team developing Kidzo-fix have more than 30 years of experience in child safety products between us, andwe have done our outmost to make this child seat as safe as possible.The Kidzofix child seat has of course also been tested and certified according toECE R/44 04, the latest European standard for child safety.To maximize your child’s safety, please observe the following: Read the instructions thoroughly before you attempt to install the child seat. If you have any doubts, please contact your store of purchase, which can show you the correct installation. Incor- rect installation means danger to your child. Never mount the child seat in a seat with an active airbag. If you still wish to use the seat, disconnect the airbag at an authorized service center, or if your car is equipped with it, use the key to turn the airbag off. It is important to always note if the car’s in- dicator shows that the airbag is turned off. Keep the child seat facing backwards as long as possible. Studies have shown that the risk for an accident to be fatal for your child is five times higher if your seat is front facing. Always use the support leg when the seat is mounted backwards. The support leg serves a very important safety purpose and is designed to maximize your child’s safety in an accident. In case of a car accident, no matter how small, always replace the car seat. It may have invisible damage that seriously affects your child’s safety. This is also the reason for why you never should by a used child seat. Axon Kids recommendation is that you always should buy a new chair in a store. Read this instruction manual before assemble the child seat in the car.
  3. 3. ContentsThe Kidzofix child seat is possible to use from when the child is approximatelysix months, or can sit without support, up to about the age of six. The chair canbe mounted in four different ways, depending on your child’s age and size, and ifyour car has ISOfix attachments or not. A review of the chair’s parts can be foundon the next page. On the following pages you will find instructions on how toassemble your chair: 5Rearward facing assembly with ISOfixIf your car has ISOfix attachments, and your child weighs between 9 and 18 kilos(20 to 39 lb), Axon Kids recommends this assembly. 8Rearward facing fastened with seat beltIf your car is not equipped with ISOfix attachments, you can still easily and safelyinstall the seat using the car’s three-point belt. This assembly can be used when thechild weighs between 9 and 25 kilos (20 to 55 lb). 11Forward facing assembly with seatbeltIf you want your child to sit forward and it weighs between 9 and 18 kilos, thisassembly can be used in all car seats with a three-point belt. 13Forward facing with adult belt Once the child has become large enough to sit forward and use the car’s three-pointbelt, you can secure the child restraint and your child by using your Kidzone asa booster seat. This assembly is suitable for children weighing between 15 and 25kilos. Never use this child seat in a car seat that is not equipped with an ECE Reg 16 approved three-point belt. For the safety of you child; Use backwards assembly as long as possible
  4. 4. 161. Belt guide top (Forward facing with 9. ISOfixinternal harness only) 10. Tether strap2. Head support 11. Support leg3. Belt guides head support (Forward fac- 12. Adjuster handles for support leg.ing with vehicle 3 point belt) 13. Heels4. Internal harness. 14. Adjuster for ISOfix5. Lower belt guide. (Forward facing with 15. Lock-offvehicle 3 point belt) 16. Pocket for storing manual6. Adjuster for internal harness 17. Guide for assembly7. Adjuster arm for seat angel 18. Indicator8. Base 19. Release button
  5. 5. 5Rearward facing with ISOfix Important to remember Never mount the child seat in a seat 1 with an active frontal airbag. If you still wish to use the seat, disconnect the airbag at an authorized service center, or if your car is equipped with it, use the key to turn the airbag off. It is important to always note if the car’s indicator shows that the airbag is turned off. Place the child seat 2 Before you lift the child seat into the car, start by pressing and holding the locking le- ver (1). Now you can fold out the ISOfix arms (2), located on the bottom side of the child seat. The simplest way to lifting the child seat into the car is with its back first. Place the child seat in the car seat and turn it so that the back is facing the front direction of the car. When mounting the child seat in the car’s front sear, it is possi- ble, but not crucial, for the back of the child seat to have contact with the dashboard. Attach ISOfix-arms There are two ISOfix mounts in every seat of the car. You can find the brackets between the backrest and the seat cushion. The supplementary guides (3), which you will find in the child seat, can help you find 3 Continued on next page Never use the child seat in a car seat where airbag hasn’t been disabled.
  6. 6. 6the brackets and also protects upholstery onthe cushion.Press the ISOfix arms through the guidesand fix them in the car´s mounts. Whenyou hear a click and both indicators (1) aregreen it is properly secured. If you later wishto remove the car seat, hold down both of 2the release buttons (2).Push down the lever for adjusting the sit-ting angle (3). With the lever depressed,you can then adjust the seat and choose oneof its three tilt positions. The choice of tiltposition should be one that is as uprightas possible, but the child should be able to 1keep its head up on its own and the headshould not hang forward if the child fallsasleep. The rule of thumb is that the olderthe child grows, the more upright the tiltposition can be. Also note that the childseat will be angled down slightly when it isclamped and sinks into the car’s seat.Attach the tether strapsYour car may have two eyelets in the front 3seat rails, or when mounting in the frontseat, in front of the same seat.When your car has no eyelet you should in-stead use the supplied strap which is in thechild seat. If the child seat is installed in therear seat, put one end of the strap througheither the rear of the front seat rails or an-other suitable fastening point in the frontseat. The loop should be as close as possibleto the floor. Choose an appropriate lengthof the strap and then put the loop throughone of the openings on the side of the strap.When installing in the front seat the strap Continued on next page
  7. 7. 7 has to be attached under the seat. Pull out the strap from the anchor roll (4) to an appropriate length. Please check that the white marks on the straps(5) is visible. Otherwise you could try and cross the straps to give them some extra length, white marks will then be visible. Secure the fastening device in the loop of the car or the strap. Repeat on the other side. Wiggle the child seat a few times,4 easily from side to side.Unfold the sup- port leg (6) to its maximal angle. Pull the latch on the upper length adjuster (7) and 5 pull down the leg so that it gets in con- tact with the car’s floor. If the leg still can- not reach the floor, repeat on the bottom length adjuster (7). Wiggle the chair from side to side a few times more, this time with more power. This will automatically tighten the anchor roll.If you have mounted the child seat in 6 the rear seat of the car, move the front seat to a comfortable location. The seat’s back- side can, but must not, have contact with the car seat. 7 Adjust the seat belt Place the child in the child seat. Place the child’s arms in between the shoul- der straps so that the shoulder straps are hanging over the chest and stomach of the child. Put together the shoulder belts and fasten the buckle between the child’s legs. Pull the adjustment strap (8). This will tighten the belt and the headrest will automatically slide down to the proper height. To loosen the belt, hold down belt 8 adjustment and pull both belts.
  8. 8. 8Rearward facing fastened withseat belt Important to remember Never mount the child seat in a seat withan active airbag. If you still wish to use theseat, disconnect the airbag at an authorizedservice center, or if your car is equipped withit, use the key to turn the airbag off. It is im-portant to always note if the car’s indicatorshows that the airbag is turned off. Place the chair The simplest way to lift the child seatinto the car is with its back first. Place the child seat in the car seat andturn it so that the back is facing the frontof the car. The heels of the seat (1) shouldbend over the edge of the seat. The highlighton the side of the heel should align verticallywith the end of the car seat. If you have asmall car, and the child is small enough notto require extra leg room, you can insteadput the car seat with the heel up on the car 1seat. When mounting the child seat in thecar’s front seat it is possible, but not crucial,for the back of the child seat to have contactwith the dashboard. Push down the lever for adjusting thebackrest angle (2). With the lever pusheddown, you can then adjust the seat andchoose one of its three tilt positions. Thechoice of tilt position should be one that isas upright as possible, but the child should 2 Continued on next page Never use the child seat in a car seat where airbag hasn’t been disabled.
  9. 9. 9 be able to keep its head up on its own, and the head should not hang forward if the child falls asleep. The rule of thumb is that the older the child grows, the more upright the tilt position can be. Also note that the child seat will be angled4 down slightly when it is clamped and sinks into the car’s seat. Fasten seat belt in the car Open both belt lock-offs(3) on the child seat. Grasp the seat belt, and pull the belt roll. The lap section of the belt should be at least 70-80 centi- meters (27-32 inch) long. Now place the belt through the hole in (4) and push it under the fabric until it comes out on the other side. If you prefer you can instead pull the belt on top of the fabric. 3 Next step is to fasten the seat belt. Tighten the belt firmly, the belt passing through or over the seat should not have any slack. Fasten your belt in belt buckle. In the belt lock-off closest to the car-buckle both lap and shoulder belt should be secured. In the belt lock-off on the opposite side, only the lap belt should be secured. Skip this part if your car is Attach the tether straps equipped with eyelets Your car may have two eyelets in the front seat rails, or when mounting in the front seat, in front of the same seat. When your car has no eyelet you should instead use the supplied strap which is in the child seat. If the child seat is installed in the rear seat, put one end of the strap through either the rear of the front seat rails or another suitable fastening point in the front seat. The loop should be as close as possible to the floor. Choose an ap- propriate length of the strap and then put the loop through one of the openings on the side of Continued on next page
  10. 10. 10the strap. When installing in the front seat thestrap has to be attached under the seat. Pull out the strap from the anchor roll (1)to an appropriate length. Please check thatthe white marks on the straps(2) is visible.Otherwise you could try and cross the strapsto give them some extra length, white markswill then be visible. Secure the fastening device in the loop ofthe car or the strap. Repeat on the other side. 1Wiggle the child seat a few times, easily fromside to side. 2 Unfold the support leg (3) to its maximalangle. Pull the latch on the upper length ad-juster (4) and pull down the leg so that it getsin contact with the car’s floor. If the leg still can-not reach the floor, repeat on the bottom lengthadjuster (4). Wiggle the chair from side to side a few 3times more, this time with more power. Thiswill automatically tighten the anchor roll. If you have mounted the child seat in therear seat of the car, move the front seat to a com-fortable location. The seat’s backside can, butmust not, have contact with the car seat. 4 Adjust the seat belt Place the child in the child seat. Place thechild’s arms in between the shoulder straps sothat the shoulder straps are hanging over thechest and stomach of the child. Put together theshoulder belts and fasten the buckle betweenthe child’s legs. Pull the adjustment strap (5).This will tighten the belt and the headrest willautomatically slide down to the proper height.To loosen the belt, hold down belt adjustment 5and pull both belts.
  11. 11. 11 Forward facing with seatbeltStep 0 Fixed installation of seat Make sure the seat’s tilt is in its 0-position. If not, hold the adjust- ment lever for its angle (1) change the chair until it stands straight up. Step 1 Place your Kidzofix on the seat. Pull the car’s safety belt and place the shoulder strap into belt guide(2) on the upper side of the seat. Then pull the belt straight vertically down, on Step 2 the backside, to the nearest hole in the backseat (3). Lap section of the belt is simultaneously pulled up and guided into the same hole as shoul- der belt. Bring the belts through the hole, across the front of the chair and then back through the second hole (3). Pull both belts horizontally across the side on the chair and then down. Fasten seat belts in the belt buckle and secure it with the lock-off(4). Please 1 make sure that the belts hasn’t tangled up or been folded anywhere. 2 Also make sure that both shoulder and lap belt is securely fastened every- where. Use your own weight to press down the chair in order to automati- 4 cally fasten the seat belt further. Adjust the seat belt 3 Place the child in the child seat. Continued on next page Never use the child seat in a car seat where airbag hasn’t been disabled.
  12. 12. 12Place the child’s arms in between theshoulder straps so that the shoulder strapsis hanging over the chest and stomachof the child. Put together the shoulderbelts and fasten the buckle between thechild’s legs. Pull the adjustment strap (3).This will tighten the belt and the head-rest will automatically slide down to theproper height. The headrest must alwaysbe drawn down at least 35 millimeters. 3There is a line in the headrest which canbe detected with your fingers. If it isbehind the cover the headrest has been Picture Apulled down correctly. (See picture A) Make sure that the headrest is in thelocked position by pulling the belt ad-juster one more time. The headrest shallnot move down when you pull the belt.If it is impossible to get the headrest ina locked position, the child seat shouldinstead be used as a booster seat (see nextchapter). To loosen the belt, hold down the beltadjuster and pull both belts. This line should be hidden behind the cover. Never use the child seat in a car seat where airbag hasn’t been disabled.
  13. 13. 13 Forward facing with adult belt 1 Important to remember Never mount the child seat in a seat with an active airbag. If you still wish to use the seat, disconnect the airbag at an au- thorized service center, or if your car is equipped with it, use the key to turn the airbag off. It is important to always note if the car’s indicator shows that the airbag is turned off. Since the air bag is designed for adults, it can seriously harm your child in a crash. 2 3 Remove the seat belt Since you are now going to use car belts, you must first remove the inter- nal child seat belts. Loosen the shoulder straps of the yoke (1) and pull the belt up on the chair. The part passing through the yoke forming a loop, must be attached in 4 the neck rest’s fixing plate(2). After inserting the loop, pull down the retaining plate and the headrestStep 0 to a height appropriate for your child. Tighten the strap by pulling the belt adjustment (3) in the front of the chair. Step 1 Make sure the seat’s angle is in its 0-position. If not, hold the lever for adjusting its angle (4) change the chair until it stands straight up. Now your Kidzofix can be used as a booster Step 2 seat. Continued on next page
  14. 14. 14 Mount the seat in the car Place Kidzofix child seat in the car’sseat. Then place the child in the child 4seat. Grab the car’s three-point belt andthen guide the shoulder belt through thered belt guide (4), located on the car seatjust above the child’s shoulder, and thenguide it over the next red mark just abovethe armrest. You may need to move thechair slightly sideways for the belt to fitcomfortably in the seat belt guide. Then move the lap belt through thered belt guides down at the sides of thechair (5) and attach the belt buckle inthe car. The belt must not be tangled, 5twisted or folded at any location andneeds to have a firm tension. Picture B isdescribing the complete belt routing. Picture B Before your child uses the Kidzofiz child seat make sure that all the steps in this instruction manual has been followed and that the child seat is se- curely fastened.
  15. 15. Warranty and handlingIf the child seat cover is replaced; make sure only to use original productsfrom Axon Kids. If not the safety system could be compromised and maylead to death or injury of your child in case of an accident.The child seat cover can be taken off and washed in the laundry. Use the“handwash”-program or similar (max temp 30 ˚ C ). Do not use the dryersince this can cause the padding to detach from the cloth. Never use thebaby seat without it´s cover.The plastic details of the child seat shall be cleaned with a non aggressivecleaning chemicals such as soap water. Aggressive chemicals like solvents etcmay cause damage to the material and by this compromise the safety of thechild seat.The parts of the child seat can be recycled and shall be sorted in compliancewith your local legislation. Ask your local recycling center for advice whenrecycling the product.Do not do any repairs or make any adjustment to the child seat other thenthose described in this user guide. Follow closely the installation instructionsprovided by the child restraint manufacturer.Our warranty policy is inline with your local consumeragency. Make sure to save your receipt and bring it to your dealer if you haveany warranty issues. The warranty does not cover:o Wear down as a consequence of normal use.o Damages as a consequence of incorrect use.All our materials keep a very high standard with respect to UV-resistance (sunlight). In long term UV light is very aggressive and will lead to that the clothwill be bleached. This is not covered by the warranty since it is considered asnormal usage.Never leave your child unattended in the baby seat.Any luggage or other objects liable to cause injuries in the event of a collisionshall be properly secured.Store this user manual in the assigned pocket underneath the seat.

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