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Lost one of the yellow connectors for isofix for Maxi-Cosi Priori

We have lost one of the yellow connectors for the isofix when we moved ther seat from one car to another.
I have googled spare parts but cannot find any.
Does anyone know where I can buy another connector?

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The 'Isofix guides' are available to buy from Dorel UK LTD (01842 767965) (See maxicosi website/customer services) for £7.99+P&P @ £3.99.

When I called (as one of mine is broken) they told me they are not essential to fit the car seat safely - they are simply 'guides' and if the actual forks on the seat are not damaged in anyway; not having the guides will not affect the car seat performance in any way.

Kindest regards

Glitterbabe628

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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