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Removing carseat the seat is attached to the car's "latches" and i can't loosen the tethers to remove the seat. please help

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If you mean that you can't get the hooks off the metal latches in the car then simply push the top of the baby seat to the top of the seat in the car that should give you some slack. I had to do it this morning when I went to turn my sons seat around. Also when you undo the hooks turn them sideways to make sure they just dont rehook.

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