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Video on how to use this strap wrench


There are several different types of strap wrenches, the picture is what I have. Sorry I don't have a video. I use it to remove oil filter. The loose end goes through the hinge under the back end of strap. Place around oil filter, snug up by pulling loose end then the wide part of the handle bits down on the strap so you can put torque on it. Depending if your tightening or loosening, you flip the handle.
YouTube has videos, don't know if they have a video for using wrench strap? Like I said many different types of wrench straps.
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Jun 28, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How to Install a Child Seat


FOR LARGER KIDS: If the child is over 35lbs, use the belt and shoulder harness as you would an adult and simply extend the belt over the seat. You do not need to install any of the built in straps.

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SMALLER CHILDREN (UNDER 35 lbs):
1) If your child is under 35lbs get the locking clip that came with the seat if you have a seat with a shoulder harness attached. Otherwise, it isn't necessary. Pull the shoulder harness down to the base of the waste strap and then use the locking clip to bind it into place.

2) For a smaller child you will need to install the built in straps like so.

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3. Set the seat in place running the waist strap through the back of the seat and clipping it on the other side.


on May 06, 2010 | Baby Gear

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In need the instructions


This is a seat post mounted bag, with attachments for the rails (2) on the bottom of the seatpost.

1. The straps going over the top of the bag will have to come apart. Removing them from the loop they pass through before re-attaching with the velcro.

2. Undo the straps and then feed them over the metal seat rails.

3. Re-assemble the straps in the same manner they were before and loosely attach the velcro. You will later tighten up the tension on these straps to snug the bag up under the seat.

4. Attach the velcro strap on the posterior of the bag to the seatpost.

5. Now the bag should be supported by the seat post strap and the seat rail straps (2). Hanging loosely and oddly from the seat area.

6. Tighten/snug the straps from step three, so the bag is drawn up against the bottom of the seat. Try adjusting all the straps on the bag until the bag appears to sit well under the seat.

7. DONE

Jan 05, 2013 | Avenir Bigmouth Seat Bag

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How do you put the straps back on the safety 1st car seat model 22323 bvl


My model is a 22323-bvl and this is how to restrap: the strap goes from the front bottom up the back and through which ever hole your child is fitting into, then you put on the chest harness and then the locking clips at the crotch and then you feed the straps through the holes on the seat inside bottom through to the back and then put the metal clips back on and clip into place.

I hope this helps. If you have any other questions just ask:)
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Jul 05, 2011 | Safety 1st Baby Gear

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I need to put the shlder/lap strap back in


the center of the belt will be under the seat coming up through the holes, place the two clips on the strap followed by the chest clip, then the neck protector pads. Push the ends of the strap through the two top holes. Route it down over the metal but under the plastic (on the back side) and attach both ends to the metal adjuster underneath. The receiver clip, you just turn 90 degrees and push through desired hole until the end catches.

Jan 24, 2010 | Eddie Bauer 3-In-1 with Latch

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Trouble removing snugride base from car


If the base was installed by someone who put their body weight on it to get it really tight, try to do the following:

If you are able, climb in the car and place your knee in the center of the seat base and put your weight onto it. Then, at the same time, try to pinch the clip end of the latch belt (the strap part that is attached to the car seat base) and push the clip away from you (toward the seat) to remove it from the metal latch loop/ring (the part of the latch system that's actually part of your car).

If this doesn't work, you can try to loosen the strap a little while leaning on the base, and then try to push the clip forward and out of the latch ring.

Aug 06, 2009 | Graco SnugRide - Giselle Infant Car Seat

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I need help putting my childs care seat back together


Bring the straps up through the holes on the bottom of the seat, one on each side. The metal plate on the end should pull in flat and snug against the plastic. Slide the buckle pieces back on, making sure they're facing the right direction to snap in. Slide the chest clip back onto both straps. Place the ends of the straps through the slots you want the harness at (at or below the child's shoulders for rear-facing, at or above the shoulder's for forward facing), making sure that they don't twist. Pull them down low behind the seat. The adjuster part of the strap has a kind of Y shaped metal plate - pull it up to meet the ends of your straps, making sure that it doesn't twist, either. There are loops at the end of the harness straps. Feed the curved part of the Y through the loop of the strap that's on the same side of the seat. Pull it all the way through, so that the fatter part on the ends of the metal plate are exposed and curve around a bit beyond the strap so that it doesn't slip back off. Do the same with the other side. Now adjust the harness to fit your child. When it's tightened properly, you should not be able to pinch up any slack, lengthwise, at the hips or shoulders, and it should lie in a straight line down the front, with no drooping. Also adjust the chest clip - it should lie even with your child's armpits - not up in the neck, and not over the belly, where it can't do it's job properly. (It's job is to hold the straps over the center of the shoulders...if it's over the belly, they're likely to slip down off of the shoulders in an accident or sudden stop and also poses the danger of internal injuries.) If you also took the **** buckle out, it goes back in from the top. Turn it so that you can slip the metal plate through the slot, slide it through, and then pull the plate flat underneath, so that it can't come back through. One other thing - car seat harnesses should never be submerged in water, as it can damage and weaken the webbing. They should only cleaned with a damp rag. If you put your harness in water when you washed the rest of the seat, I'd strongly recommend contacting Cosco (contact info here) to order a replacement harness.

Dec 30, 2008 | Cosco Juvenile Scenera Convertible Car...

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Having trouble with straps in car seat


Bring the straps up through the holes on the bottom of the seat, one on each side. The metal plate on the end should pull in flat and snug against the plastic. Slide the buckle pieces back on, making sure they're facing the right direction to snap in. Slide the chest clip back onto both straps.
Place the ends of the straps through the slots you want the harness at (at or below the child's shoulders for rear-facing, at or above the shoulder's for forward facing), making sure that they don't twist. Pull them down low behind the seat.
The adjuster part of the strap has a kind of Y shaped metal plate - pull it up to meet the ends of your straps, making sure that it
doesn't twist, either.
There are loops at the end of the harness straps. Feed the curved part of the Y through the loop of the strap that's on the same side of the seat. Pull it all the way through, so that the fatter part on the ends of the metal plate are exposed and curve around a bit beyond the strap so that it doesn't slip back off. Do the same with the other side.
Now adjust the harness to fit your child. When it's tightened properly, you should not be able to pinch up any slack, lengthwise, at the hips or shoulders, and it should lie in a straight line down the front, with no drooping. Also adjust the chest clip - it should lie even with your child's armpits - not up in the neck, and not over the belly, where it can't do it's job properly. (It's job is to hold the straps over the center of the shoulders...if it's over the belly, they're likely to slip down off of the shoulders in an accident or sudden stop and also poses the danger of internal injuries.)

One other thing - car seat harnesses should never be submerged in water, as it can damage and weaken the webbing. They should only cleaned with a damp rag. If you put your harness in water when you washed the rest of the seat, I'd strongly recommend contacting Cosco (contact info here) to order a replacement harness.

Dec 30, 2008 | Cosco Juvenile Scenera Convertible Car...

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Evenflo discovery 5 infant car seat straps


Okay okay--do not do anything with the big pieces behind the babies back but the gold clips at the **** area..pop those out and shove that piece and the clip and the chest clip through the back of the strap hole--then reput the strap through the slot you wish then the gold pieces back through the bottom and of course pop the gold pieces back--again do not use the upper clips behind the back to do this :0)

Sep 13, 2008 | Evenflo Discovery

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Shoulder straps


You can contact EvenFlo directly, they will be happy to help you out: http://www.evenflo.com/ Evenflo ParentLink Department: 1-800-233-5921

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