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The straps are too tight on my child

It doesn't look like I can make them any longer either.

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Ok. First don't panic, I did the same thing with mine! lol. In the front of the seat where your childs legs hang, there is a velco flap. Lift it up and you'll see a metal button(but it doesn't look like a button). Push it in and at the same time pull one of the shoulder straps. This will loosen the strap. Then adjust accordingly. If you remove the back plastic piece you will see all the straps underneath if you want to eventually replace them. You can also adjust the height from the back if needed. Good Luck!

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