Question about Cosco High Back Booster 22-200 /22-207
We just purchased a 2004 Safety 1st model 22-235-DTA off craigslist. Only need it for 5 days when our grand son is visiting. I took it apart to wash it and now need an instruction manual for putting it back together. HELP! THANKS! I'm trying to put the car seat back together after washing
Hello, Trevion -
I have not found any instructions or manual online for your model of Safety 1st child's car seat.
If you have not yet done so, I suggest you contact the Safety 1st company directly and ask your question.
This is the link to the Safety 1st Contact Us web page:
Posted on Feb 07, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HI, I tried to research for you and find the manual. I typed in the info you provided at the safety1st.com website. This was the reply I got:
Thank you for contacting Dorel Juvenile Group. At this time we do not have your instruction manual available for download. Please contact Consumer Relations by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by fax at 1-800-207-8182, or by phone at 1-800-544-1108 and your instruction manual will be sent to you. HOpe fully you can get the help you need from the associates there. :)
P.s. As a mother of 4 I feel compelled to mention to you the following, as I am sure you are unaware of it. Please keep in mind I am not trying to be rude at all, just want to help you be aware of some startling facts. I am a big 2nd hand buyer when it comes to most all things baby and kids. You can truely get a bargain on things this way. However, the one definate thing you shouldn't buy is a car seat. And the reasons are due to the 3 yr rule (they always recommend you not use a seat more than 3 yrs old as they are always inventing safer ones) and you simply don't know 100% if this seat has never been involved in an accident! When seats are involved in an accident, it shifts things and makes the seat unreliable in it's security to properly protect your child. They always recommend replacing a seat after you have been involved in an accident yourself due to this. Good luck to you putting the seat back together! They aren't easy that is for sure!! :)
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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