How to assemble
Congratulations on purchasing your Everyday Activity Seat. All of the parts ordered will be contained in polythene bags with each one clearly labelled. Carefully remove them from the boxes and check all of the parts you have ordered.
Keep polythene bags away from children.
Attaching the hip laterals
Attaching the standard and flipaway chest lateral supports
To attach the chest lateral supports, line the bracket up with the slots in the metal backrest. Insert the two allen key bolts through the small oval plate, then the backrest slot, and into the two sliding parts sitting in the bracket and tighten.
To gain extra height with the laterals, take them off, turn them upside down, and reattach the left one on the right hand side of the backrest and vice versa.
Attaching the pommel
Insert the pommel bracket into the recess, insert the knob (a) and tighten.
Attaching the abduction side pads
For size 1 and 2, with the seat in the maximum depth position, unscrew the knob from underneath the seat base. Place the abduction side pad bracket onto the screw (a) then replace and tighten the knob (b).
For size 3, line up the abduction side pad bracket with the slot at the front of the seat base when the seat is at maximum depth. Slide into the required position, insert bolt and tighten securely (c).
Attaching the pelvic harness
Open each camlock (a). Attach each of the 4 straps through the camlocks and continue to feed through to additional security triglide (b) then snap shut (c).
Attaching the Push Handle
For Size 1, the push handle is attached to the chassis brackets by inserting the two lower stems into the receiving tubes as shown (a). For Size 2 and 3, the push handle is attached to the seat base by inserting the two lower stems into the receiving tubes as shown (b and c).
The push handle has safety poppers 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. For Size 1 and 2, secure the handle in place by tightening the bolt (d). For Size 3, secure the handle by tightening the locking knobs (e).
Check these regularly to make sure the bolt/ locking knobs are tight, particularly if you are moving the product unit along corridors that may have uneven or sloping surfaces.