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Adjusting the straps so that it will not be so tight when my infant has her coat on


the straps work without the coat, but it is cold now and my child needs her coat on but i pull on the release handle and it will not come out for some reason and i know it can go farther than that because she is only 6months what is the problem,

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  • Anonymous Oct 23, 2008

    I feel like when I pull on the release strap only one strap will give-while the other stays tight! My daughter looks EXTREMELY uncomfortable in this seat!!! I feel as if something is wrong w/ either the straps or the release.

    HELP!!!

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I maybe able to help as I am in the process of installing this seat for the first time and was encountering the same problem of pulling the release handle and no extra strap coming out.

It has to do with the the splitter piece that holds the two straps together at the back of the unit. If it is too far down the back, it gets caught underneath and no matter how hard you pull on the release strap the splitter piece gets caught underneath which does not let extra strap come out.

The only Solution I have figured out so far is to pull the straps from the back out and down while holding down the release to make sure the splitter piece doesn't get caught.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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