Any Car Seat model that is less than 10 years old and is certified for use on airplanes (as found in our instructions) may be installed in aircraft seats that face forward.
Before taking the car seat to the airport, we recommend that you notify the airline of your intent to bring this car seat on board. The airline may have restrictions regarding its use. 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 your car seat will fit in the aircraft seat.
The Safe Embrace Booster Seat is not approved for use on airplanes.
Yes, the fabric coverings for all of our car seats are machine washable. Please refer to your owner's manual for specific washing instructions.
If you need a copy of your instructions, please visit us online at http://service.mattel.com/ Enter the product number, toy name or search by key words below and click go. All product numbers are listed on the Car Seat. Follow the link to download manual.
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A registration card was enclosed with your Car Seat. Please be sure to fill out the registration card with your name and address, the car seat's 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.
You can also call us at 1-800-432-KIDS to register your car seat. If you are registered, Fisher-Price will notify you in the event of a recall.
We recommend that you replace your car seat if it has been involved in an accident. An accident can cause damage to the car seat that cannot be seen. When you replace your car seat, make sure that it can no longer be used by another child by disposing of it properly.
Before purchasing or borrowing a previously owned Fisher-Price Car Seat, we recommend that you call us at 1-800-432-KIDS. Our trained representatives can determine if the car seat was involved in any modification or recall programs.
Fisher-Price recommends that child restraints be replaced after eight years to provide the best assurance that the child restraint: is in reliable working conditions; is well suited for use in constantly changing automobile interior design; and is reasonably current in relation to Federal regulations.
As of May 2001, Fisher-Price discontinued further development and production of its entire car seat product line. This decision was made in line with the business objectives of the Corporation. Of course, Fisher-Price will continue to service our Fisher-Price car seat owners who have questions or need assistance.
Fisher-Price is committed to being a significant brand in the juvenile products category. Having exited the car seat business, the re-deployment of resources has allowed Fisher-Price to launch a new line of products called Babygear. This new product line is bringing innovation and superior quality to products such as baby swings, high chairs, bouncy seats, nursery monitors and more. You can see these products at www.fisher-price.com.
This child restraint system conforms to all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J1819 for child restraint systems and is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft.