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How to Assemble the Mygo seating system

When your Mygo seating system is delivered, all of the parts will be contained in polythene bags with each one clearly labelled. Carefully remove them from the boxes and check all the parts you have ordered.

Keep the polythene bags away from children.
Some of the accessories will need to be assembled before you attach the seat to the base you have purchased. Once you have checked all the components you are then ready to assemble the Mygo Seating System and attach it to its base. A number of adjustments will require the use of the multi-tool, which is supplied with each seat and can be found in the back pack.
If you are fitting the seat to a mobility base please ensure you fit the interface plate to the mobility base first. Instructions on how to attach the interface to specific bases will be provided with the interface plate. 

Setting the backrest
The backrest will be folded down for shipping. Raise it into the vertical position and, while doing so, slide the inner tube into the receiving outer tube. Secure the backrest in an upright position and tighten the socket cap. Check that it is secure and does not move when pressure is applied. If the user thrusts forward or backwards this could cause injury to themselves or their carers.
Always make sure the backrest is attached securely.
Use caution when inserting inner tube as there could be possible finger nip.

Attaching the footrests (if ordered)
If using the Leckey footrests, remove the seat from the chassis and set the seating system upside down on a work surface. Open up the angle of the leg supports by releasing the two locking levers (A), shown, and set to the maximum width. Open the socket caps (B) and slide in the calf supports. Set to the desired position, with the footplates facing forward and retighten the socket cap bolts with the multi-tool.
Always make sure the foot plate is attached firmly.

Attaching the seating system to the Hi-low chassis
Adjust the height of the chassis to its maximum to reduce risk of back strain while attaching the seat unit. (See Mygo - Frequent Adjustments.)
First release the safety locking pin at the front of the seat. To do this pull the pin out and rotate through 90 degrees. Carefully lift the seat and place it into the chassis. At the rear of the underside of the seat you will see a receiving channel. Place this securely over the tube towards the back of the chassis. Pull the handle at the front of the seat unit up and then pivot the seat forward and down. Once the front of the seat is lowered fully, release the handle and push it forward to ensure it has fully engaged on the front tube. Rotate the safety locking pin so it engages in front of the handle. If it hits the handle then the seat is not inserted properly. Remove and repeat process outlined above.
Always check the handle and locking pin are fully engaged before you place the child in the seating system. If the handle is not engaged properly the seat unit can come loose and could cause serious injury to the child or carer.

Attaching the push handle
The push handle is attached to the Hi-low chassis by inserting the two lower stems into the receiving tubes as shown. The push handle has safety poppers (A), which need to be pressed in when inserting the lower stems. Push the stems in until the poppers protrude from the other end of the receiving tubes. Secure the handle in place by tightening the locking knobs (B).
Check these regularly to make sure the knobs are tight, particularly if you are moving the product unit along corridors that may have uneven or sloping surfaces.

Attaching the headrest
To attach the head support, slide the stem into the reducing sleeve (A) and receiving bracket. Ensure the slot in the reducing sleeve is aligned with the slot in the receiving bracket. Set to the desired position and secure using the hand lever (B). 
The Mygo Seating System has been designed to interface with Whitmyer head supports. The Whitmyer Lynx headsupport (C) is attached in the same way as the Leckey headrest. To attach Whitmyer Pro-Series headsupports remove the spacer collar (D) from the receiving bracket and lock the vertical stem in position using the ratchet handle.
Attaching the lateral supports
While holding the components together, remove the plastic knob and washer. Align the plastic angle adjuster mouldings and lateral bracket with the slot in the backrest and refit the washer and plastic knob.

Attaching the shoulder section
To attach the shoulder section to a Size 1 Mygo, remove the headrest mounting bracket by removing the bolts (A). Insert the shoulder section bracket and supplied spacer plate between the backrest and the headrest mounting bracket. Bolt back together. Secure the two metal tabs with additional screws (B) provided with the new spacer plate. The screws are attached from the front. Check it is securely fastened.
Attaching the kneepads
Attach the knee pads with the snap fasteners to the knee guides on the sides of the upper legs supports.
Attaching the sandals
If sandals are required they can be attached to the footplates with a single fixing bolt. To position the sandals simply loosen the knob (B) under the footplate, select the position you require and re-fasten the knob.

Attaching the tray & armrests
The tray is attached to the seat by inserting the tray tubes through the centre of the armrest. Once the tray is located in the position the knob (A) should be tightened securely. The armrests: Open the receiving bracket by loosening the ratchet handle (A) and insert the armrest. Ensure that the popper (B) has locked securely. Retighten the ratchet handle.
Attaching the Hip Laterals
Hip laterals are used with the Pelvic Cradle.
First remove the Pelvic Harness brackets if required by removing the screw and flange nut (A). Lift the piece of polypropylene on the front of the sacral support. Place the hip lateral brackets into the slots and attach using the flange nuts (B) and screws (C) provided. The flange nuts should go on the front side of the sacral support.
Attaching the grab rail
To attach the grab rail, insert the receiving brackets (A) in the tray slot and secure with the plastic knob (B). Repeat on the other side and then slide the tubes into the receiving brackets (A) and tighten the plastic knob (C).
Attaching the obliquity pads
To attach the obliquity pads first remove the base cushion. Set the obliquity pad panel in place with the holes on the tab over the snap fastener. Insert foam as required and refit the base cushion.

Interfaces for wheelchair and pushchair bases
The set up and attachment of the Mygo seat to any mobility base should be completed by a technically competent person who is familiar with the set up of the mobility base.
Interface “A” attachment to 16” wide mobility base
The universal interface has been designed to enable the Mygo Seat to be attached to any standard 16” (405mm) wide mobility base that has been constructed from 1” (25.4mm) side tubing.
Retrofitting the dynamic backrest
To replace the standard static backrest with the dynamic backrest first of all you will need to remove the screw (c) at the top of the standard backrest assembly. To do this loosen the nut (a) using the Leckey tool and a 10mm spanner and remove the screw and washers (b).
Again using the Leckey tool and the 10mm spanner, loosen the nut (a) at the bottom of the standard backrest assembly then remove screw (c) saddle washers (d) and standard washers (b).
To fit the dynamic backrest, insert the strut into the bottom bracket as shown. Use the provided screw (c), nut (a), saddle washers (d) and standard washers (b) to secure in place. Please ensure that the screw thread protrudes through the nut (a).
Now raise the dynamic strut and insert into the top bracket as shown. Using the provided screw (c), nut (a) and washers (b), secure the new dynamic backrest in place as shown.
Ensure that the bolt goes through the centre of the assembly as shown (f). Finally fit the domed cap (e).
Please refer to specific assembly instructions supplied with your interface for correct positioning on your base.
The Interface plate should be fitted by a qualified technician who is technically competent in the set up of the mobility base. The position of push handles, leg hangers and armrests on the mobility base may need to be adjusted depending on the size and weight of the child to ensure the stability of the seat.
Always refer to the mobility base manufacturer’s guide lines for correct set up, paying particular attention to product centre of gravity and stability.
Users should not be left unattended at any time whilst using Leckey equipment.