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How to Assemble

Check parts
On receiving your Squiggles Standing System, open the box by cutting the straps, taking care not to cut through the tape as you may damage some of the parts contained inside. All of the parts will be contained in polythene bags with each one clearly labelled. Carefully remove them from the box and check you have all the parts you have ordered.
Safety First
Keep polythene bags away from children.


Multi-tool
A number of adjustments will require the use of the multi-tool, which is supplied with each product.



Folding and unfolding the pivot chassis

The Pivot Chassis can be easily folded for storage or transportation. To unfold, release the levers (A) shown by pressing them together, rotate the rear tubes until the levers engage in the locked position. To fold the chassis simply reverse this procedure.
Always remove the standing support frame before trying to fold the chassis. Always use caution to ensure fingers do not become trapped when folding and unfolding the pivot chassis.



Attaching the stander to its chassis

The Squiggles Stander can be used as a prone, supine or upright stander and has been designed to fit with three chassis options, the Mobile chassis, Pivot chassis and the Easel chassis.


Attaching stander to pivot chassis

To attach the stander to the Pivot Chassis, pull the locking pin out, slide the central spine into the receiving bracket until it is fully engaged, release the pin allowing it to snap back into place.
Always make sure the locking pin is fully engaged before you place the child in the stander.


Attaching stander to Easel chassis

To attach the stander to the Easel chassis engage the central spine into the receiving bracket until it is fully engaged. Release the locking pin at the side of the pedal by pulling and rotating it through 90° into the locked position. Press the pedal down and locate the locking bar at the base of the central spine in the recess. Release the pedal, the support frame is locked into position. Release the locking pin again so the pedal cannot be accidentally released.
Always make sure the locking pedal is fully engaged before you place the child in the stander.


Attaching stander to Mobile Chassis

First insert the support frame into the receiver at the base. To do this release the locking pin at the side of the pedal by pulling and rotating through 90 degrees into the locked position. Press the pedal down and locate the locking bar at the base of the central spine in the recess. Release the pedal, the support frame is now locked into position. Rotate the locking pin again so the pedal cannot be accidentally released. Then slide the central spine interface into the receiving bracket until it is fully engaged, ensuring the locking pin has engaged fully.
Always make sure the locking pin is fully engaged before you place the child in the stander.


Attaching the suspension system

To attach the suspension system first attach the base which has the suspension spring attached. To do this line up the holes and insert the four bolts and place the washers and nuts onto the bolts. Tighten securely ensuring the bolts protrude through the end of the nut. Lastly insert the hub assembly into the top and set to the required height for the size of wheels you have ordered. For 27” wheels align the bottom hole (B) in the hub with the top hole in the suspension (C), insert the bolt and secure with the nut on the other side. To setup the suspension for the 24” wheels
align hole (A) with hole (C) and secure with the bolt and nut. Repeat the process on the opposite side for the other wheel.


Attaching the headrest

To attach the Leckey head headrest first open the locking lever by pressing the safety button and pulling the handle, then remove the plastic insert from the receiving collar. Then slide the stem into the receiving bracket on the central spine, set to the desired position and secure using the locking handle. The Whitmyer Lynx head support attaches in
the same way. To attach the Whitmyer Pro- Series headsupports remove the spacer collar from the receiving bracket and lock the vertical stem in position using the locking lever.
The product contains components which could present a choking hazard to small children.                                                                                                                                           
Always check that locking knobs and bolts within the child’s reach are tightened and secure at all times.



Attaching the wheels

To attach the wheels to the chassis the brakes must be off. Lift the chassis slightly off the ground while pressing the
black button in the centre of the wheel. Continue holding the black button, attach the wheel to the chassis then release the black button. To remove the wheels reverse this process.
Always ensure the wheels are engaged securely.


Attaching the sandals

Remove the sandals from the packaging, unscrew the plastic knob (A) from the underside of the sandals and remove the metal and rubber washer along with the knob. Align the screw with the slot in the foot plate, replace the rubber washer and then the metal washer before tightening the plastic knob. Make sure the sandal does not move when the knob has been tightened.


Assemble the tray

To attached the arms to the tray brackets, loosen the knob (A), place the moulding to the inside of the tray plate so the plastic teeth mesh. Replace the knob on the outside and secure. Repeat on other side. Ensure both horizontal tubes are aligned so they locate in the tray bracket receivers.


Attaching the tray in prone and supine

The tray is attached to the stander by inserting the tubes into the receiving brackets. Once the tray is located in position the knobs should be tightened. The cut out of the tray should always be facing the child. To attach the tray whilst in the prone version, ensure that the tray receiving tubes are at their maximum height.
Always use caution to ensure the childs hands or arms do not become trapped when inserting the tray.


Attaching the Tray cover

The tray cover attaches to the tray by placing it over the top it will then clip into place, to remove reverse the process.


Attaching the grab rail

To attach the grab rail, inset the receiving brackets (D) in the tray slot and secure with the plastic knob (E). Repeat on the other side and then sleeve the tubes into the tube (D) and tighten the plastic knob (B).

Attaching the fixed wheel base
To attach the fixed wheel base assembly first attach the silver plate, to do this add the washers to the bolts, line up the holes and insert the four bolts and tighten securely. Insert the silver tubing plate in the required position then place the block plate on top, add the nuts onto the bolts and tighten securely.

Insert the plastic moulding over the silver tube, then insert the brake assembly and secure the bolts as assembled. Repeat this process on the other side.