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Back length adjustment on baby carrier

I'm having trouble adjusting the back length on this baby carrier. I know that the back pad above the hip pad should be able to move up or down to suit the back of the wearer, and I've pushed the yellow button to try to slide the pad down the steel bar to which it is attached. The pad is now in the central position, so it should be able to move up (to accommodate a longer back) or down (to accommodate my shorter back). Please tell me how to move the pad. Thanks!

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Take a look on Kelty's website by clicking the link below: http://www.kelty.com/kelty/instructions.php Good luck Ian

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