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Cosco High Chair User Manual

Cosco High Chair FEATURE

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Cosco High Chair

Cosco High Chair PRODUCT


COSCO was founded as the Columbus Specialty Corporation in Columbus, Indiana, seventy years ago. We’re proud to call it home because it’s where we received our name. Families have liked our high chairs, car seats, play yards, and other goods for years, and many of our products are still created nearby. We’ve never forgotten how important it is to enjoy ourselves with our families and make things a little bit simpler for everyone over the years. We’re confident you’ll appreciate the straightforward, shrewd, and enjoyable life COSCO enables you to lead.


PREVENT serious injury or death from falls or sliding out.

  • Adult assembly is required.
  • CAUTION: Keep small parts away from children during assembly.
  • Always secure the child in the restraint belt.
  • Always keep the child in view while in the high chair.
  • Never leave a child unattended.
  • Do not lift or move a high chair with a child in it.
  • Never use near stairs.
  • The child should be secured in the high chair at all times by the restraining system. The adjustable tray is not designed to hold the child in the chair.
  • It is recommended that the high chair be used only by children capable of sitting upright unassisted.

Keep These Instructions For Future Use

  • Read all instructions before assembly and use of the high chair.
  • Remove all contents from the packaging and discard the box, and/or poly bags.
  • Do not return this product to the place of purchase. If any parts are missing, email consumer@djgusa.com, call Consumer Relations at (800) 544-1108, or fax at (800) 207-8182. You can also visit our website at www.coscojuvenile.com. Have ready the model number (03354) and date code (manufacture date) located on back of seat.

Tool needed for assembly: Phillips head screwdriver.
Before Assembly: Wipe down the adjustable tray with a soft cloth and warm soapy water.

Parts List

Cosco High Chair FIG-1

  • A High chair
  • B Tray
  • C Footrest
  • D Feet (4)
  • E Screws (4)

To Assemble

Cosco High Chair FIG-2

  1. Unfold:
    Rotate the cloth-covered seat up and back to unfold the frame (Figure 1).
  2. Footrest: 
    Insert footrest tubes into the high chair frame until pins “click” into place (Figure 2).
  3. Feet: 
    Position the flat part of the foot facing down. Secure four feet to the high chair frame using the screws provided (Figure 3).
  4. Tray: 
    Depress the side handles and slide the adjustable tray onto the high chair frame (Figure 4).

Using High Chair

  1. Restraint System: 
    Place the child in the seat, with the crotch strap between the child’s legs. Fasten both buckles (Figure 1). Adjust straps to tighten snugly so you can comfortably slide your finger between the strap and your child (Figure 1a). NOTE: Push the button to release the buckle. Cosco High Chair FIG-3
    Always secure the child in the restraint belt.
  2. Tray:
    To adjust: Depress the side handles and slide the adjustable tray forward or backward for adjustment (Figure 4 above).
    To remove: Depress side handles and pull out completely.
  3. To Fold:
    Pull-up latch release triggers on the sides of the high chair and rotates the seat forward and down (Figure 2).  Cosco High Chair FIG-4

High Chair Care and Maintenance

High chair, seat pad, and tray: Wipe with a soft cloth dampened with soapy water and towel dry. Restraint and crotch straps should be surface-washed and air-dried only. Do not place in washing machine or dryer.

FAQs About Cosco Flat Fold High Chair

Can a Cosco high chair be adjusted?

Overview. With the Cosco Easy FoldTM High Chair, meals will be more enjoyable. This high chair is made specifically to be portable and easy to store away when not in use. The full-size, 3-position adjustable tray expands with your child as they become older, providing them with more space as needed.

The Cosco high chair does it recline?

Parents also say that the seat is permanently reclined, making it difficult to use unless the youngster can stand up unsupported.

What are the high chair safety requirements?

The following are the key performance criteria from the ASTM F404-21 High Chair Standard: checking the integrity of the high chair tray. The high chair was tested for stability to make sure it couldn’t tip over in any direction. testing the integrity and strength of the restraint system.

How is a Cosco seat able to fit on a plane?

Speaking of installation, thankfully this seat is considerably simpler to install on aircraft. Just insert the lap belt through the back slots, secure it with a click, and pull firmly. But, if your child is seated, you might discover that the buckle ends up sliding directly behind the bottom part of their back, depending on the type of aircraft you are in.

Where are high chairs made by Cosco made?

COSCO was founded as the Columbus Specialty Corporation in Columbus, Indiana, seventy years ago. We’re proud to call it home because it’s where we received our name.

High chairs: Are they beneficial for posture?

Positioning: Helps small children maintain an upright posture thanks to the high back support.

What age range does a high chair suit?

about six months

What is the oldest person that can use a high chair?

When to Move from the High Chair to the Table. Although there is no set age, your toddler will usually be prepared to leave the high chair between the ages of 18 months and three.

Can high chairs be recalled?

Highchairs don’t have expiration dates; if they’re in good shape, they can be safely repurposed from one child to the next or from one family to another.

What does a high chair serve?

Your youngster can establish a healthy sitting posture while flat on the footrest in a high chair with a footrest. When sitting, placing your child’s feet on a footrest improves stability and motivates them to sit up straight without slouching (sacral sitting).

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