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A3 Pramette Pushchair
A3 Pramette Cover
21/7/06
14:39
Page 1
instructions
RESISTANT
Filling material(s) and
covering fabric(s) meet the
requirements for resistance to
cigarette and match ignition in
the 1988 safety regulations.
CARELESSNESS
CAUSES FIRE
www.mamasandpapas.com
Mamas & Papas
Colne Bridge Road
Huddersfield HD5 0RH
customer care helpline: 0870 8307700
customer care e-mail: [email protected]
A3 pramette pushchair
IMPORTANT: KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
A3 PRAMETTE PUSHCHAIR
Dear Customer,
Thank you for choosing the Mamas & Papas A3 Pramette Pushchair.
The stylish lightweight A3 Pushchair is ideal when travelling by car, public
transport or on holiday.
The Mamas & Papas Primo Viaggio Car Seat and a compatible carrycot
can also be attached to the pushchair using the Surefix ‘right first time’
attachment system.
CONTENTS
Product Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Instructions for safe use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
General Operation
Opening the pushchair from the box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Attaching the wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Fitting the bumper bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Fitting & removing the basket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Adjusting the backrest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Operating the adjustable leg rest. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operating the swivel wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Operating the brakes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Attaching the hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Removing the hood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Opening & removing the bumper bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Using the harness tidy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using & adjusting the harness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the pushchair as a pram. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Using the cup holders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Folding the pushchair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Opening the pushchair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Fitting a footmuff or seat pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Attaching the apron. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Fitting the Primo Viaggio car seat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Removing the Primo Viaggio car seat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Fitting a compatible carrycot. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Removing a compatible carrycot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Attaching the Coperto raincover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Using the Coperto raincover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Attaching the Coperto raincover to the Pramette. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Using the Coperto raincover with the Pramette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Care & maintenance
Removing the fabric cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Care & maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFE USE
This pushchair has been designed and tested to comply with the latest British and
European safety standards.
• WARNING: A CHILD’S SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
• This pushchair is designed for children from birth to 15kgs
(3 years of age approximately)
• Always ensure that your pushchair is fully erect and all locking clips are
engaged. (Take particular care if the PVC Raincover is fitted. Check that it is not
entangled or preventing the locking mechanism from functioning correctly).
• The Primo Viaggio Car Seat can be attached to the pushchair
• Your pushchair is supplied with a five-point harness. Always use the harness
when your child is in the seat. Ensure that the harness is correctly adjusted,
providing a snug fit around your child. Adjustments can be made using the
buckles on the shoulder, waist and crotch straps, see ‘Using & Adjusting the
Harness’ on page 15. The pushchair is supplied with ‘D’ ring harness
attachment points. These are located on either side at the base of the backrest
and are for fitting a separate harness conforming to BS 6684 if required.
• A compatible carrycot can be attached to the pushchair
• The pushchair comes equipped with a five-point harness
Always use the harness when your child is in the seat
• NEVER LEAVE YOUR CHILD UNATTENDED AT ANY TIME.
• The suspension on all four wheels gives your child a comfortable ride
• Always ensure the brakes are correctly engaged whenever the pushchair is left
for any reason, even if only for a short time on a flat surface.
• A footrest that can be adjusted to two positions
• Care should be taken when using any PVC cover. Regularly check that your baby
is comfortable and not over heating. There are mesh ventilation panels on the
sides of the cover. These are essential to aid the flow of cool air around your
baby. Unless it is raining, the raincover should either be removed or the top
section opened, see page 28.
• A backrest that can be adjusted to four positions
• A shower resistant removable fabric hood
• Lockable swivel wheels for easy manoeuvring
• Always ensure your child is clear of moving parts before you adjust the position
of the backrest, footrest or canopy.
• An opening / removable bumper bar
• Always manoeuvre your pushchair up and down kerbs and steps gently. Do not
let your pushchair drop. Carry it up stairs whenever possible.
• Never allow additional children to ride on the pushchair at any time.
• A removable shopping basket
• Never overload your pushchair with additional goods.
• The pushchair is free standing once it has been folded
ACCESSORIES
The Mamas & Papas range of coordinating pram and pushchair accessories are
available. This range includes bags, footmuffs, sun canopies, raincovers, pram
bedding & mattresses. Also included are pram toys.
• Do not hang shopping from the handles. Do not use any replacement parts or
accessories e.g. child seats, raincovers, stand-on platforms etc, except those
recommended or supplied by Mamas & Papas. The use of non-approved
replacement parts or accessories may damage or make your pushchair unsafe.
• Never force your pushchair. Adjustments and locks should be free and easy to
operate.
• Do not store your pushchair in a damp place. Always allow the fabric to dry
naturally away from direct heat.
• The basket supplied with your pushchair is designed to hold a maximum of
3kgs. Excessive weight could damage the basket or impede the safe operation
of the pushchair.
AFTER SALES SERVICE: If you need assistance, spare parts or you are unhappy with any
aspect of the goods please contact Customer Services on: 0870 8307700,
or e-mail us at: [email protected]
Visit our website at www.mamasandpapas.com for the latest product information.
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• We recommend that you fit a Mamas & Papas Sun Canopy to shade your child.
Note: These accessories and components supplied with the pushchair, such as
the hood, may not provide full protection and should be used in conjunction
with sun protection cream and appropriate clothing.
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FEATURES
OPENING THE PUSHCHAIR FROM THE BOX
Twist grip
secondary
lock
Backrest
Remove the two protective
caps from the ends of the
handle frame.
Never attempt to use the
pushchair with the protective
caps fitted as the locks will
not engage.
Primary
frame
lock
Hood
attachment
point
Bumper bar
Cup holder
Safety harness
Hood
Adjustable
leg rest
Grip the handlebar and pull
the catch on the primary
frame lock upwards to
disengage it.
Swivel wheel
lock
Swivel
wheel lock
Apron
Backrest
adjustment
handle
Closing
handle
Twist grip,
secondary lock
Slide the button on the twist
grip secondary lock sideways
and hold whilst rotating it as
far as it will go.
Lift the pushchair upwards
and the frame will
automatically start to open.
Basket
Brake
lever
Raincover
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You may need to press down
lightly on the seat to ensure
the safety locks have
engaged. There are two
safety locks, one on each side
of the pushchair.
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ATTACHING THE WHEELS
FITTING THE BUMPER BAR
Remove the caps in the ends
of the armrests by pushing
the button on the underside
of the armrest upwards.
With the button still pushed
in, slide the cap out of the
armrest.
Repeat the process for the
other armrest.
Attaching the front wheels:
Ensure the swivel wheel lock
is in the down position. Slot
the two front wheels onto the
ends of the front legs.
Push the wheel housing onto
the end of the leg until it
locks into position.
Insert the two ends of the
bumper bar into the holes in
the ends of the armrests.
Push the bumper bar in until
the ends click into position.
Always check that the wheels
are correctly fitted by
attempting to pull them from
the frame.
Attaching the rear wheels:
Slot the rear wheels and brake
assembly onto the back legs
of the pushchair.
Ensure that the brake peddles
on the wheels are facing out
from the back of the
pushchair. Push the wheels
down until they lock into
position. The locking pins in
the rear legs must protrude
through the wheel housings.
Check the wheels are correctly
fitted by trying to pull them
from the frame.
The bumper bar can be set in
two positions, the inner or
the outer setting.
To change the position of the
bumper bar, push the buttons
under the armrests upwards
and slide the bumper bar in or
out as required until the
buttons lock into position.
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FITTING AND REMOVING THE BASKET
Before fitting the basket you
will need to remove the
basket frame from the
pushchair.
Press the two buttons located
on the inside of the basket
frame at the rear of the
pushchair, and slide out the
frame.
ADJUSTING THE BACKREST
Lowering the backrest:
Pull the backrest adjustment
handle upwards and lower the
backrest into the position you
require. Release the handle
and move the backrest up or
down until it locks into
position.
The backrest can be adjusted
to one of four positions.
Feed the basket frame
through the fabric rim of the
basket.
Re-attach the basket frame to
the pushchair. Insert the ends
of the basket frame into the
plastic housing on the rear
legs and push it in until it
locks into place.
Attach the two fabric loops at
the front of the basket over
the hooks under the seat.
Removal is the reverse of
fitting.
Raising the backrest:
Grip the middle of the
backrest and lift upwards until
it locks in the position you
require.
We recommend that you do
not exceed a load of 3kgs in
the basket. Excessive weight
can destabilise or damage the
basket.
When folding the pushchair
always check that the basket
is not trapped or preventing
the pushchair from locking.
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OPERATING THE ADJUSTABLE LEG REST
The leg rest on the front of
the pushchair can be adjusted
for the comfort of your child
and so that a compatible
carrycot can be attached.
OPERATING THE SWIVEL WHEELS
The front wheels on the
pushchair can be used in either
the fixed or swivel mode.
Note: The leg rest must be in
the lowest position when the
pushchair is being used by a
child that can sit unaided and
the backrest is in an upright
position.
Positions 1 & 2 are for
general use.
Position 3 is used when a
compatible carrycot is
attached to the pushchair, see
pages 25-26 for more
information.
Position 3 is also selected
when, using the pushchair as
a pram, see pages 16-17.
Fixed mode:
Push the catches between the
front wheels upwards.
The wheels will now be fixed
and will not swivel.
Adjusting the leg rest:
Pull the catches on both sides
of the leg rest towards the
front of the pushchair, then
lift or lower the leg rest to
the desired position.
Release the catches to lock
the leg rest in position.
Swivel mode:
Push the catches between the
front wheels down.
The wheels can now be rotated
through 360º.
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OPERATING THE BRAKES
ATTACHING THE HOOD
Clip the hood brackets onto
the frame.
Engaging the brakes:
Press down on both ends of
the brake bar with your toes.
Check the brakes are correctly
engaged by rocking the
pushchair backwards and
forwards.
Fasten the two press studs on
the wings of the hood to the
plastic studs on the inside
faces of the armrests.
Attach the two press studs on
the back of the hood to the
top of the backrest.
Push the two tensioning bars
down to lock the hood open.
Releasing the brakes:
Push upwards on both ends
of the brake bar with your
toes until the wheels move
freely.
REMOVING THE HOOD
WARNING: Always engage
the brakes when you leave or
let go of the pushchair for any
reason.
Undo the four press studs and
fold the tensioning bars
upwards.
Lever the side edges of the
hood clips outwards and lift
the hood from the pushchair.
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OPENING & REMOVING THE BUMPER BAR
USING THE HARNESS TIDY
You will find a tab on the
adjustment yoke at the back
of the harness where the
shoulder straps join the waist
strap. Place the tab on the
adjustment yoke through the
fabric loop in the middle of
the backrest when not in use.
Do not use the harness tidy
whilst the harness is fitted
to the child.
Opening the bumper bar:
As your child gets older, you
may wish to open one side of
the bumper bar in order to
allow easier access to the
pushchair seat.
Locate the button on the
underside of the armrest and
push it upwards.
With the button held in, pull
one side of the bumper bar
from the armrest to open.
To close the bumper bar,
depress the button and slot
the end of the bumper bar
back into the armrest. Check
it is locked in position by
attempting to pull it out
again.
IMPORTANT: The harness tidy is designed to only be used to prevent the
harness from becoming tangled when not in use. Never secure your child into
the safety harness whilst it is still held in the harness tidy on the rear backrest.
USING AND ADJUSTING THE HARNESS
Locking the harness:
Remove the yoke from the
harness tidy, see above.
Lock the harness by pushing
the tongues on the ends of
the waist straps into the
buckle on the crotch strap, 1.
The harness will automatically
lock when the tongues have
been fully pushed in.
Removing the bumper bar:
The bumper bar can be
completely removed for
cleaning or when a compatible
carrycot is attached to the
pushchair.
Locate the buttons on the
underside of the armrests and
push them upwards.
Unlocking the harness:
Squeeze the ends of the
tongues together, 2 and then
slide them out of the buckle,
3. Your child can now be
removed from the pushchair.
With the buttons held in, pull
both ends of the bumper bar
away from the armrests.
Always fit the bumper bar
when your child is in the seat.
WARNING: Once the child is secured in the pushchair seat the bumper bar
must be locked into the armrest.
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IMPORTANT: Every time you place your child in the pushchair or when ever
you alter the position of the backrest always check that the harness is correctly
fitted and adjusted using the shoulder and waist strap buckles. Tighten the
harness until it fits snugly around your child.
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USING THE PUSHCHAIR AS A PRAM
USING THE PUSHCHAIR AS A PRAM
The pushchair can be
converted into a pram for
children from birth until the
child can sit up by itself or
until it reaches a weight of
9kgs.
Remove the hood and apron
if they are fitted.
Raise the leg rest into its
highest position,
see page 10.
Lower the backrest into the
lowest position, see page 9.
Lift the foot end of the pram
upwards from the seats
backrest.
Slot the tab on the shoulder
straps of the harness into the
tab on the seats backrest,
see page 15.
Pull the bumper bar out to its
fully extended position, see
page 7.
Fitting the hood:
Attach the hood to the frame
on the opposite side to the
handles by pushing the hood
brackets onto the frame until
they lock in place.
Unfasten the zip on the top
of the backrest.
Fold the cover down over the
front of the bumper bar
Fasten the studs on the back
of the hood to the studs on
the underside of the
pushchair footrest.
Push the tensioning bars on
the sides of the hood down
until they lock into place.
Fold the flaps on the hood up
between the inside of the
hood and the armrests.
Attaching the apron:
Slot the apron over the
backrest of the pushchair.
Fasten the press studs on the
sides of the apron to the
studs on the sides of the
pushchair.
Zip the top of the backrest
cover to the front of the
footrest cover.
Push the cover down onto the
seat.
Reverse this procedure to
convert the pram back into a
pushchair.
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– 17 –
USING THE CUP HOLDERS
FOLDING THE PUSHCHAIR
Note: The pushchair can be
folded when you are using it
as pram.
Grip the handlebar and pull
the catch on the primary
frame lock upwards to
disengage it.
Opening the cup holders:
The pushchair is fitted with
two foldable cup holders.
Lift the top ring upwards until
it locks in the horizontal
position.
Pull the bottom support down
until it locks in the horizontal
position.
Slide the button on the twist
grip secondary lock sideways
and hold whilst rotating it as
far as it will go.
Note: Do not apply
downward force to the
handlebars until the twist grip
has been fully rotated.
Apply downward pressure to
the handlebars and the frame
will automatically start to fold.
Use the closing handle
indicated in the diagram to
assist you in folding the
pushchair. Grip the closing
handle and pull it up whilst
applying downward pressure
to the handlebars.
Rotate the top section of the
bottom support outwards
until it locks in position.
You can now place the drink
in the cup holder.
Closing the cup holders:
Reverse the process for
opening them.
Closing
handle
When the pushchair is fully
folded, ensure that the two
locking catches on the
handlebars lock over the clips
on the rear legs.
WARNING: Never place hot
drinks in the cup holders.
Never hang items on the cup
holder.
WARNING: When folding the
pushchair take care not to hit
the ends of the handle frame
on the floor.
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OPENING THE PUSHCHAIR
SPECIAL FEATURE
Not all models of the A3 Pushchair are supplied with or use this
special feature. For more information please consult your retailer.
FITTING A FOOTMUFF OR SEAT PAD
Grip the handlebar and pull
the catch on the primary
frame lock upwards to
disengage it.
Shoulder
straps
Before fitting the footmuff or
seat pad unfasten the harness
and slide the shoulder strap
clips off the tongues on the
ends of the waist straps.
Slide the button on the twist
grip secondary lock sideways
and hold whilst rotating it as
far as it will go.
Lift the pushchair upwards
and the frame will
automatically start to open.
Version 1
Remove the crotch strap by
slotting the buckle on the end
of the crotch strap through
the hole in the seat and fabric
cover, see page 31.
Refit the crotch strap but first
slot the webbing through the
lowest hole in the footmuff,
back pad or seat pad.
Shoulder
straps
Waist
strap
Waist
strap
Slot the two shoulder straps
through the horizontal slot in
the middle of the footmuff,
back pad or seat pad.
Ensure that the pushchair is
fully open and that the locks
are correctly engaged.
The two waist straps can
either go around the outside
of the back pad or seat pad,
as shown in Version 1.
Or slot them through
horizontal slots in the sides of
the footmuff, back pad or
seat pad, as shown on
Version 2.
You may need to press down
lightly on the seat to ensure
the safety locks have engaged
correctly.
Finally, slide the shoulder
strap attachments back onto
the tongues on the ends of
the waist straps.
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Crotch
strap
Version 2
Shoulder
straps
Waist
strap
Waist
strap
Crotch
strap
– 21 –
ATTACHING THE APRON
FITTING THE PRIMO VIAGGIO CAR SEAT
Apply the brakes.
Recline the backrest to its
lowest setting (see page 9),
then raise it up one position.
Lock the bumper bar in the
outer position, see page 7.
In the corners of the seat
where the backrest joins the
seat base, there are two fabric
flaps. Under the flaps are the
two attachment brackets.
Rotate the attachment
brackets up until they lock in
the vertical position.
Push the bottom part of the
apron under the bumper bar
alongside the leg rest.
Make use of the harness tidy
(see page 15) to keep the
safety harness away from the
attachment brackets.
With the car seat facing
towards the rear of the
pushchair, align the two
centre recesses in the sides of
the car seat with the
attachment brackets. Then
lower the car seat onto them.
Fasten the zip on the bottom
edge of the apron to the zip
on the front edge of the
footrest cover.
Push the car seat down onto
the attachment brackets until
it locks into place.
Check the car seat is firmly
attached by attempting to lift
it from the pushchair.
Note: You may find the car
seat easier to fit if you open
one side of the bumper bar.
Always lock the bumper bar
once the seat is fitted.
Removal is the reverse of
fitting.
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REMOVING THE PRIMO VIAGGIO CAR SEAT
Note: Always apply the
brakes on the pushchair
before removing the car seat.
FITTING A COMPATIBLE CARRYCOT
Apply the brakes.
Recline the backrest to its
lowest position (see page 9).
Remove the bumper bar, see
page 14.
Raise the leg rest to its
highest position, see page 10.
Pull the lever located on the
back of the car seat upwards
and hold in the fully pulled
out position.
Lift the car seat clear of the
pushchair.
In the corners of the seat
where the backrest joins the
seat base, there are two fabric
flaps. Under the flaps are the
two attachment brackets.
Rotate the attachment
brackets up until they lock in
the vertical position.
Pull the locks on the sides of
the frame outwards and hold.
With the head end of the
carrycot facing towards the
front of the pushchair, align
the two recesses in the sides
of the carrycot with the
attachment brackets. Then
lower the carrycot onto them.
Push the attachment brackets
down into the recesses and
pull the fabric cover back over
them.
WARNING: Never place a
child in the pushchair with the
attachment brackets up.
Push the carrycot down onto
the attachment brackets until
it locks into place.
Check the carrycot is firmly in
place by attempting to lift it
from the pushchair.
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– 25 –
REMOVING A COMPATIBLE CARRYCOT
ATTACHING THE COPERTO RAINCOVER TO THE PUSHCHAIR
Note: Always apply the
brakes on the pushchair
before removing the carrycot.
Grip the centre of the
carrying handle with one
hand.
Zip the hood and raincover
together. Support the
raincover whilst zipping it to
the hood.
With the other hand, slide the
locking handle (positioned on
the foot end of the carrycot)
horizontally and then upwards
and hold.
Still holding the lock up, lift
the carrycot clear of the
pushchair.
Once the carrycot has been
removed always refit the
bumper bar, see page 7.
Attach the straps on the sides
of the raincover around the
frame. Fasten them in place
with the press studs on the
strap.
Pull the locks on the sides of
the frame outwards and hold.
Attach the straps at the
bottom of the raincover
around the frame below the
footrest.
Push the attachment brackets
down into the recesses and
pull the fabric cover back over
them.
WARNING: Never place a
child in the pushchair with the
attachment brackets up.
IMPORTANT: The raincover is designed for outdoor use only. Take care when fitting
or adjusting the raincover as undue force may damage it. Open the front of the
raincover when inside or in hot weather to prevent your child from over heating.
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USING THE COPERTO RAINCOVER WITH THE PUSHCHAIR
Opening the front of the
raincover:
The top of the raincover
should be unzipped from the
hood and folded onto the
apron when taking your child
inside or during warm dry
spells.
ATTACHING THE COPERTO RAINCOVER TO THE PRAMETTE
Zip the hood and raincover
together. Support the
raincover whilst zipping it to
the hood.
Folding the pushchair with
the raincover fitted:
Unfasten the straps and fold
the hood back. Gather the
raincover up and place it on
top of the hood. Avoid
trapping the raincover when
folding the pushchair.
Attach the straps at the
bottom of the raincover
around the frame above the
rear wheels.
Attach the straps on the sides
of the raincover around the
frame. Fasten them in place
with the press studs on the
strap.
Using the raincover with the
car seat:
Follow the procedure above to
fit the raincover,but attach the
two bottom straps higher up
the front legs.
IMPORTANT: The raincover is designed for outdoor use only. Take care when fitting
or adjusting the raincover as undue force may damage it. Open the front of the
raincover when inside or in hot weather to prevent your child from over heating.
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– 29 –
USING THE COPERTO RAINCOVER WITH THE PRAMETTE
REMOVING THE FABRIC COVER
Press
stud
Opening the front of the
raincover:
The top of the raincover
should be unzipped from the
hood and folded onto the
apron when taking your child
inside or during warm dry
spells.
Disengage the front studs on the
armrest covers by sliding them
forwards and out. Then slide the rear
studs backwards and out.
Unfasten the two press studs on the
sides of the backrest and the two
press studs on the side edges of the
seat base.
Remove the harness crotch strap by
pushing the buckle on the underside
of the seat up through the slot in the
seat base and fabric cover.
Unfasten one side of the harness by
removing one of the screws. You will
need to support the other side of the
frame with your fingers.
Unfasten the four press studs holding
the fabric cover to the frame.
Gently pull the cover off the front of
the footrest.
Finally, pull the cover off the back
and sides of the pushchair.
Refitting is the reverse of removal.
Folding the pushchair with
the raincover fitted:
Unfasten the straps and fold
the hood back. Gather the
raincover up and place it on
top of the hood. Avoid
trapping the raincover when
folding the pushchair.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Your pushchair deserves careful handling and requires regular maintenance
• Regularly check that the safety harness is correctly fitted and that the webbing has not
become frayed or damaged. If the harness is damaged, we recommend that a new one is
fitted. For more information contact Customer Services.
• Clean the plastic parts of the pushchair with a damp cloth, do not use abrasives or bleach.
• Clean and lubricate the wheels, safety locks (where appropriate) and sliding parts
using a light oil or silicon spray. Do not use heavy oil as this will attract dust and
grit which tend to clog and damage moving parts. If in any doubt contact our
Customer Services.
• We strongly recommend that you have your pushchair serviced regularly, particularly after
the first six months. To do this contact either your retailer or call Customer Services
Helpline.
Fabric care
• All the Mamas & Papas pushchair fabrics are shower resistant. Should your pushchair
become wet do not fold the hood or apron when you take the item inside. Always allow
the fabrics to dry naturally away from strong heat sources such as fires, radiators and out
of direct sunlight.
• Whilst fabrics are carefully selected and tested, washing, wear and normal exposure to
bright sunlight may cause their colour to change.
• The exposed edges of fabric covers are often the first to wear and fray, remember this
when storing or transporting your pushchair/carrycot and accessories.
• Light soiling to the pushchair can be removed with a damp sponge and a mild detergent.
• Washing instructions: Remove the fabrics following the procedure given in these
instructions. Hand wash the fabric with a mild detergent at 30º, dry the fabric flat away
from direct heat and do not tumble dry. Do not use abrasives or bleach to clean the fabric.
• Should a fault arise with your pushchair please contact either your retailer or phone
Customer Services.
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AFTER SALES SERVICE: If you need assistance, spare parts or you are unhappy with any
aspect of the goods please contact Customer Services on: 0870 8307700,
or e-mail us at: [email protected]
Visit our website at www.mamasandpapas.com for the latest product information.
ALL OUR PRODUCTS ARE MADE FROM THE FINEST QUALITY MATERIALS
AND ARE MANUFACTURED UNDER THE STRICTEST QUALITY CONTROLS
We guarantee all our products or part thereof, for a period of six months from delivery to the consumer against faulty
manufacture. This guarantee is not effective against damage caused as a result of incorrect usage of the product or
accidental damage. This in no way affects your statutory rights.
GUARANTEE
To validate this guarantee, fill in this coupon and return to: Mamas & Papas, Colne Bridge Rd, Huddersfield, HD5 0RH
Alternatively, call our Guarantee Registration Line on: 0870 8307700 or visit our website: www.mamasandpapas.com
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