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Infantino Fusion Owners Manual Instructions

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Flexible Position Carrier
Owners Manual
Instructions
IMPORTANT!
KEEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
Read all instructions before assembling and using your carrier. Failure to follow
each instruction can result in serious injury or death to your baby. Keep instructions
and review them before attempting new carrying positions.
8lbs - 32lbs (3.6kgs - 14.5kgs)
Instruction manual available in additional languages at:
Manuel disponible en français chez:
www.infantino.com
This box contains: 1 - Carrier
Fusion
WARNING
FALL AND SUFFOCATION HAZARD
FALL HAZARD
- Infants can fall through a wide leg opening or out of carrier.
• Adjust leg openings to fit baby's legs snugly.
• Before each use, make sure all fasteners are secure.
• Take special care when leaning or walking.
• Never bend at waist; bend at knees.
• Only use this carrier for babies between 8 lbs (3.6 kgs) and 32 lbs (14.5 kgs).
SUFFOCATION HAZARD
in this product if face is pressed tight against your body.
• Do not strap infant too tight against your body.
• Allow room for head movement.
• Keep infant's face free from obstructions at all times.
WARNING
• Follow instructions for use. When fastening the carrier, keep one hand on baby at all times.
• Baby must face toward you until he/she can hold their head upright to avoid possible neck or back injury.
• Baby must be able to sit up on his/her own before being worn in the backpack position to avoid
possible back or neck injury.
• NEVER use the wide seat position when carrying the baby in the facing out position.
• Premature infants, infants with respiratory problems, and infants under 4 months are at greatest risk
of suffocation.
• NEVER use a soft carrier when balance or mobility is impaired because of exercise, sporting activities,
drowsiness, or medical conditions. It is intended for use by adults while walking or standing only.
• Your balance may be adversely affected by your movement and that of your baby.
• NEVER use a soft carrier while engaging in activities such as cooking and cleaning which involve a
heat source or exposure to chemicals.
• NEVER wear a soft carrier while driving or being a passenger in a motor vehicle. DO NOT use this
carrier as a child restraint in a motor vehicle. This type of carrier will not properly restrain your baby in
the event of a crash.
• NEVER leave baby unattended in this carrier.
• ALWAYS check to ensure that all buckles, snaps, straps, and adjustments are secure before each
use. Make sure baby is properly placed in the carrier, including leg placement, before each use.
• This product is subject to wear and tear over time. Check for ripped seams, torn straps or fabric and
damaged fasteners before each use.
• NEVER lean against baby.
• DO NOT use this product if deterioration or problems are detected.
• NEVER place more than one child in this carrier.
• DO NOT wear more than one carrier at a time ever.
• DO NOT use in showers, pools or any water environments.
- Infants under 4 months can suffocate
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  • Page 1 WARNING Fusion FALL AND SUFFOCATION HAZARD ™ FALL HAZARD Flexible Position Carrier - Infants can fall through a wide leg opening or out of carrier. • Adjust leg openings to fit baby’s legs snugly. Owners Manual • Before each use, make sure all fasteners are secure. Instructions • Take special care when leaning or walking. • Never bend at waist; bend at knees. • Only use this carrier for babies between 8 lbs (3.6 kgs) and 32 lbs (14.5 kgs). SUFFOCATION HAZARD - Infants under 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tight against your body.
  • Page 2: Helpful Hints

    In this position your baby is free to check out what is going on remove them from the carrier entirely. around them and still know that you are right there. Fusion Carrier Position Options ™ What seat position should I use? •...
  • Page 3 Carrier Body Front: Carrier use for an Infant: Facing-In Position with Narrow Seat Refer to these parts when reading the instructions. This position is for babies 8 lbs to 15 lbs. Head Support * IMPORTANT! Your baby must face toward you until he/she is able to hold their head upright. Shoulder Straps * When using this carrier in the Facing-In Position, you should fit it to the user before placing the baby in the carrier.
  • Page 4 With the shoulder straps in place, reach behind your While supporting the baby with one hand, fasten the back to connect the chest/back buckle. If you need other side closure buckle. You will hear a ‘click’ when assistance, have another person fasten the buckle. the buckle is secure.
  • Page 5 To adjust how high the baby rides on your chest, lift the Unfasten the chest/back buckle and waist belt buckle. baby slightly and pull the shoulder strap adjuster, first on Hold the carrier so the grey interior of the shoulder one strap, then on the other.
  • Page 6 Fasten the side closure buckle on one side. You will To adjust how high the baby rides on your chest, lift the hear a ‘click’ when the buckle is secure. This step will baby slightly and pull the shoulder strap adjuster, first on create a leg opening on the closed side.
  • Page 7 Carrier use for an Older Baby: While supporting the baby with one hand, fasten the other side closure buckle. You will hear a ‘click’ when Backpack Position with Wide Seat - Assisted the buckle is secure. Once your baby is fully able to sit up on their own, your child is ready for the Backpack Position.
  • Page 8 Fasten the waist belt around your waist and pull the * NOTE: It is helpful to reach around and provide added support for the child by placing your hand under the child’s strap to tighten. bottom while carrier body is being secured. * NOTE: Persons with longer torsos may find a higher belt position more comfortable (closer to the navel);...
  • Page 9 Removing Baby from the Carrier: Removing the Child from the Carrier: Backpack Position - Assisted Front Position, Facing-In/Out * IMPORTANT! When releasing the baby from the carrier, keep at least one hand on the baby at all times. * IMPORTANT! When releasing the baby from the carrier, keep at least one hand on the baby at all times. With assistance from your partner, reverse steps 2-9 of Carrier use for an Keeping one hand securely on the baby, release the two head support buckles.
  • Page 10 Complies with safety requirements of ASTM F2236-13 BEFORE USING THIS CARRIER: Review and save the Instruction Manual for future reference. Please call Infantino at 1-800-840-4916 (for US or Canada) with any questions or visit our website www.infantino.com. Made in China.