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I have lost the yellow plastic parts that make the isofix seat work. where can i get replacements?

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Good Evening

The yellow plastic IsoFix guides can be ordered via your local retailer or direct with the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. The RRP is £10 (set of 2) with £3.99 p+p if you order direct.

Bear in mind that these are guides only and may not be required. Some cars have the IsoFix points very prominant and quite high up so you can slot the IsoFix connections on without the guides; They are only to help if needed, if the IsoFix points are located quite deeply within the cushion of the vehicle seat.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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How do I remove the Bambino Elite Isofix car seat from my car?


I had exactly this problem! First I could not find my user manual, but luckily Bambino provides it online. Then you discover that removing the seat is not covered in the manual... (Bambino, take note!)

I eventually figured it out (the items in bold are mentioned in the manual):
- Remove the top tether (the strap that goes over the top of the seatback and clips in behind the seat).
- Rotate the adjuster buttons (2 knobs, one on each side of the car seat near the bottom) anti-clockwise so that the ISOFIX anchors can extend. The seat will now be loose but still clipped in.
- Pull both release buttons (small sliding catches on the ISOFIX anchors, close to the red+green indicator) towards the front of the seat so that the ISOFIX indicators turn red. The seat should now be free!


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Please help. I have been handed down a britax ASIs car seat which has isofix. Problem is my car does not have isofix. Can I still use it? And do I need to take isofix off? Thanks


Usually the ISOFIX is simply an easier way to tether the seat to the car. Some believe it is safer than tradional tether methods.
You can simply use you car's seatbelts to hold the car seat in. The car seat has 2 large holes behind the childs lower back and that is where your car seat belts slide thru and then click into their connections.
Here is a link to Britax info on the Isofix and Isofit
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Apr 25, 2012 | Britax Baby Gear

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Hi, I just installed the isofix base Maxi cosy isofix without the yellow adapter. Know I am worried this could be a problem without using the, Does all users have these on? Is it necessary?


Hi - The yellow plastic guides are only for your conveniance if you need them. Some cars have very prominant IsoFix points and you do not need to use the guides - this is fine. As long as the indicators go green to show correct fitting it is fine.

Sep 24, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix (Black Reflection)...

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Can the isofix easyfix base be used safely without the isofix guides, ours are missing, thanks.


Good Afternoon

The yellow plastic IsoFix guides are for assistance only when fitting the unit and make no difference to the performance. If you are able to fit the base so the indicators go green it is fine to continue using without the guides. Alternatively if you need replacement guides they can be ordered via your retailer or direct from our customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30.

Sep 10, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi Priori

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How do you remove the isofix base from the car seat?


Every ISOFIX base has a button which you can press and release the base from the car seat.
Usually it's a round one at the junction of the ISOFIX base and it's LEG

Jul 29, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix (Black Reflection)...

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The yellow anchor points that attach to the car fittings and then the isofix base fits on to them. where can I get 2 more


Hi,

If you mean the plastic caps that click onto the isofix points in the car, then you can buy these on eBay, just search for ISOFIX GUIDERS.

I hope this helps.

Sep 26, 2009 | Maxi-Cosi Priori

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Where are the fittings or anchor points for childseat restraint ... 1993 Mazda 323 · I can't find a child restraint anchor point. ...


Hi,

It may be that you do not have these anchorage points ( I beleive that you mean the Isofix Points???) If you sit in the seat itself and place your fingers inbetween the cushion that you are sitting on and the back cushion (either side of your hips) You should then feel a metal horizontal bar, about an inch long,
On some models (usually BMW) these Isofix Points are located behind black plastic caps at the bottom of the seats.
I hope this helps

Jul 16, 2009 | Baby Gear

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Fitting an isofix car seat in a ford cmax 57 plate tdi


if there are a small part of the backseat (ca 10 cm high located at the bottom of the back) that can be picked out, you have isofix points.
if your backseats are in one pice, theres not

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Lost one of the yellow connectors for isofix for Maxi-Cosi Priori


The 'Isofix guides' are available to buy from Dorel UK LTD (01842 767965) (See maxicosi website/customer services) for £7.99+P&P @ £3.99.

When I called (as one of mine is broken) they told me they are not essential to fit the car seat safely - they are simply 'guides' and if the actual forks on the seat are not damaged in anyway; not having the guides will not affect the car seat performance in any way.

Kindest regards

Glitterbabe628

Dec 14, 2008 | Maxi-Cosi Priori

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