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You can find free manuals for many different Britax car seats on Manuals Online: http://babycare.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/britax/britax_car_seat_product_list.html Just search for your model (they are listed alphabetically on the site) in the list.
Hi Normally it's not reccomandable to remove the base ... It's build to last forever and keep the seat sturdy in it's place. This construction gives you the option to change the position into 5 different angles for sitting, resting and sleeping. Just when you want to install the seat or put it into it's "sleeping position" just lift the recline handle under the seat shell and pull it. This way you'll have more space to get the seat-belts through. http://images.owneriq.net/download/images/7/73cb1008-15f7-452b-8191-2a676308c9fb-000001.png Hope this answers your question. Kind regards
Press and hold down the harness release button. With your other hand below the chest pads, pull the shoulder straps forward as far as possible. With the Eclipse Si fully reclined, open the seat-belt guard at the back of the shell. Pull the yoke out from behind the seat and unhook both shoulder straps. Pull the cover from the top of the seat so that you can see the slots in the seat shell. Pull each shoulder strap and chest pad strap forward and towards the centre of the shell, easing the metal tab and straps through the slot. Then thread them through to the front of the cover. Unfasten the buckle and remove the comfort pad. Gently pull the cover off the seat, easing the shoulder straps, chest pads, harness buckle and adjuster strap through the slots in the cover.
The fan switch that you installed has been directly connected to the live wire .There for you have too repeat the connection of the wires to the switch. Make sure that the wire that connect to the power of the fan , will be connected to the fan switch on and off circuit.then it will function normally .
They retired the Bodyguard carseat back in 2005 so do not offer covers for this carseat. I was looking for a replacement carseat cover myself. If you know a good seamstress you may want to get one made The carseat, otherwise, is still great. I have a Parkway also that I'd like to get a replacement cover for and they retired that carseat in January of last year. It's too bad they don't carry the covers longer. Hope this helps you!
Try Britax.co.uk, they have all the user guides and instructions available for free download. i had the same problem as i washed the seat covers and then couldn't remember how to put the harness back. Hope that Helps.