Zooper Salsa BU801E, Salsa BU801D User Manual

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INTERNATIONAL MODEL NUMBER: BU801E/D

CLOSING THE STROLLER FOR

TRAVEL OR STORAGE

Each time, before closing your stroller, check the following:

Your child is clear of moving parts

The rear brakes have been set

The backrest is in the full, upright position

The front wheels are secure in the locked mode

The canopy is retractedFig.10

All items have been removed from the basket

Never attempt to fold or close your Zooper with your

Child inside

First release the primary lock by lifting the foot block up with your foot (Fig 10). Then lift up on the secondary lock tab, just above the foot block, to release the frame (Fig 11). Push the handles forward and collapse the stroller down into the folded position(Fig 12) Attach the frame lock(Fig 13).

Fig.11

Fig.12

Fig.13

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USING THE BRAKES

To engage the brakes, step down on break lever, (Fig.8). The brake lever should be facing out. Always check that the brakes have fully engaged by pushing forward on the stroller to make sure it stays in place. Lift the brake lever with your foot to release the brakes.

! WARNING: Always engage the brakes when

 

you are not holding onto the stroller and check that

 

The brakes have been properly engaged as

 

described above. Always engage the brakes when

Fig.8

putting your child in, or taking your child out, of the

 

stroller.

 

SWIVEL WHEELS

The swivel-lockinglever is located on the back of the front wheel block where it meets the frame (Fig. 9). Push the lever up to allow the front wheels to swivel. To lock the wheels into a fixed position, push down on the locking lever and move the stroller forward. The wheels will lock automatically. The wheels should be locked in the fixed position when walking over uneven surfaces.

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! WARNINGS

IMPORTANT CARE AND SAFETY INFORMATION

Avoid serious injury from falling or sliding out, always use safety harness provided.

This stroller is designed for a child six months of age until the child weighs 40 lbs.

This stroller is not suitable for use with newborns.

This stroller is not compatible with any infant car seat carriers.

Always engage both rear brakes when not holding onto your stroller.

Never leave your child unattended.

Never use the stroller near an open fire or exposed flame.

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Never allow the stroller to be used as a toy.

Never allow more than one child at a time in the stroller.

Never hang bags or other items from the handle or on the canopy. This may cause the stroller to become unstable.

Never use the stroller on stairs or escalators.

Do not overload the basket. Maximum load is 7 lbs. Excessive weight may cause a hazardous unstable condition to exist.

This stroller is not recommended for use with a child over 40 lbs.

This stroller is designed as a walking stroller. We do not recommend running, roller blading, or other such activities with this stroller.

This stroller is a single stroller, do not use any attachments that allow for a second child.

It may be unsafe to use accessories other than those approved by the manufacturer or distributor.

MAINTENANCE

Do not fold your stroller when wet.

Machine wash removable seat and armrest covers using gentle cycle, cold water, and a mild detergent. Do not use bleach. The canopy can only be spot washed.

Do not use dryer to dry fabric parts.

Do not leave your stroller in direct sunlight for extended periods of time.

Clean and lubricate all moving parts on the stroller frame and wheels as needed.

Use only a penetrating silicon based lubricant.

Regularly check for loose screws, broken parts, etc. Use only Zooper approved replacement parts available through the service centers listed below.

Wipe off any sand, salt or other corrosive residue after each use where the stroller may be exposed to those elements.

In order to maintain the highest quality standards, the distributor reserves the right to improve or alter any Zooper stroller design without notice or obligation to any previous purchaser. For questions or service needs, please contact the service center located in your country of residence. Sending in your warrantee card will help expedite any service needs.

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IMPORTANT: READ THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING YOUR STROLLER AND KEEP THEM FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. THE SAFETY OF YOUR CHILD DEPENDS ON IT.

Thank you for choosing Zooper.

 

 

UNLOCKING & OPENING THE FRAME

 

 

We recommend you choose a good floor surface. Your

 

 

Zooper has a strong metal frame that could scratch

 

 

hardwood floors or other sensitive surfaces. To open the

 

 

frame, first pull back on the frame lock which connects

Fig.1

 

 

 

the rear leg to the handle (Fig. 1). Grasp the handle and

 

 

pull back and up so that the stroller frame opens (Fig. 2).

 

 

Step down on the foot block while pulling back on the

 

 

handle so that the frame snaps open (Fig. 3).

 

 

! WARNING: Be sure children are at a safe

 

 

distance and cannot reach moving parts whenever

 

 

opening or closing the stroller. Do not open the frame

 

 

by stepping down on the brake lever as this may result

 

 

in damage to your Zooper. Always step down on the

Fig.2

 

foot block to open the stroller.Always make sure the

 

 

stroller has been opened fully by checking to see that

 

 

the metal bars connecting the foot block to the frame

 

 

are straight and parallel to the ground.

 

 

FRONT WHEEL BLOCKS

 

 

 

 

Line up each front wheel block with the front leg and

Fig.3

 

push firmly together (Fig 4). Always check to see that

 

 

the wheels have been properly installed by pulling out

 

 

on the wheel block. It should be locked to the front leg.

 

 

To remove, push in on the looped metal retention clip

 

 

located on the underside of the wheel block, and pull

 

 

the wheel block off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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REAR WHEELS

To install the rear wheels, line up each wheel block with each rear leg tube (Fig. 5). The brake levers must be facing out, away from the stroller. Locate the spring lock buttons on the outside of the rear leg tubes. Make sure the buttons are coming out of the button holes and have not slipped inside the tube during shipping. If you are missing a spring lock, please contact the appropriate service center listed at the back of these instructions for replacement

parts. Push the rear wheel block onto the rear frame Fig.5 leg until it clicks onto the spring lock button. Then

repeat for the other wheel block. Check visually that the buttons have popped out of the small holes on the outside of the wheel assembly. Pull out on each wheel black to make sure that it has locked into place.

SCREW AND NUT

! WARNING: Do not use this stroller if the buttons do not properly pop out and lock the rear wheels in place. Contact the appropriate service center listed at the back of these instructions for replacement parts.

CANOPY

The canopy attaches onto the stroller frame above each the plastic hinge on each side (Fig. 6). Push firmly to install. Open the canopy by pushing down on the plastic side canopy braces. Retract the canopy by first pulling up on the side braces then pushing the canopy hood back.

! WARNING: Do not try to retract the canopy when the side canopy braces are fully open or with

the sun visor extended. This may damage the Fig.6 canopy.

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ADJUSTING THE SEATBACK

To lower the backrest, unsnap the straps from the

 

 

 

 

 

frame at the top of the seat. To raise the backrest,

 

 

Shoulders

 

 

push up on the back of the seat until it is upright and

 

 

Straps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

re-snapthe straps to the frame.

 

 

 

 

 

! WARNING : Always keep your child in sight

 

A

C

B

D

 

 

 

 

 

when making these kinds of adjustments. Check the

 

 

 

 

 

fitting of the safety harness each time the backrest is

 

 

 

 

 

adjusted to be sure a snug, yet comfortable fitting is

 

 

 

 

 

maintained.

Fig.7

 

 

 

 

SAFETY HARNESS

Zooper provides a special 5-pointharness safety system. Used properly, this harness will keep your child seated and safe. To secure your child in the harness, push buckles (A) and (B) into the buckle housing (C) until the buckle prongs snap into position. Carefully adjust slider (D) to fit snugly and comfortably around your child (Fig.7). Follow the same procedure to adjust the shoulder straps. Always retighten the harness when your child is in a sit up or layback position.

! WARNING: Avoid serious injury or death from falling or sliding out. ALWAYS use the seat belt. NEVER leave your child unattended.

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