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The seatbelt sometimes gets stuck and won't release. My kids try to buckle and sometimes it works and other times it doesn't.

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Spray a little of WD-40 into the female end of the belt assembly. Wrap it in a clean cloth to prevent over spray, and try working the male end into the female connector. You may have to do this several times to achieve a positive result. Otherwise you may have to replace the entire seat belt assembly.

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