Question about Nania Nuevo 3-in1
We have recently been given a hardly used Nania car seat. On the side of the seat it says Siege Auto New Way. I am not sure if this is the same as the Nania Nuevo 3-in 1 but it looked the same on the photo. Unfortunately we have no fitting instructions and are unable to work it out from the small diagram on the side of the chair. Can you help?
i just had the same problem but there seems nothing out there at all, so i had to try myself and just succeeded there.
so a little step by step guide, i hope its clear enough.
1. i found taking the whole thing apart to be the easiest way. so take it apart, you should have two long straps, two metal buckles, and two plastics things you will need at the end.
2. hang the strap with the shoulder pads around your neck, the way it would lie if around your child.
3. note two whole, one on either side of the seat, inside, near where your childs bum would be. imagine the other strap, the long one coming from there(imagine we are starting form the right here), then it goes through the right buckle.
4. next it goes through the right shoulder pad
5. now in real life it would go thorugh the back of the seat, but its easier to leave this last, in case you pull it through lopsided somewhere, so you can fix it, anyhow....
6. the long strap now goes around your neck and through the other , the left, shoulder pad,
7, then it goes through the left hand buckle
8. lastly, it WOULD go through the hole on the inside left of the seat.
before you do that thought, close the buckle and see if everything is straight
9. now pick one end of your work and pull it through one of the holes in the back of the seat, once its thorugh one hole it should go through a thinner grey strap at the back, this is for tightening the whole thing at the fornt once your child sits in the seat, once thats done pull it back out front through the other hole.
10. lastly, pull the long ends of the straps through the two inside holes either side of the seat, they should come out at the bottom, the two plastic green things are then attached to the ends. there is a right and a wrong way here, one way you can pull them in tight, the other you cant
i hope this works for you and i hope i made sense....
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
Thanks for this solution.
My solution was similar.
First, I needed to realise that you can actually take out the little plastic things attached to the ends on either side of the seat. I only took out one side so that I had a model on the other in case I couldn't put it back together.
Then, I removed the buckle, shoulder pad and removed the strap from the holes and re-threaded them into the right holes, remembering to also thread it through the "length adjuster" (the thinner grey strap) as well as the metal guide at the back of the seat.
Lastly, replace the shoulder pad, buckle and thread it back into the side of the seat, and then put the little plastic thing back on.
The key for me was to take out the little plastic end so that the strap was freed. Once that was done, the rest is easy.
Hope that helps!
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