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Shoulder strap adjustment on baby car seat

I cannot figure out how to get the belts free to slide them through the small slot from the back of the seat to the front.

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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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The straps are removed through the back - they are difficult to remove. Turn the clip in the rear of the seat, and puch through the opening. This will allow you to then place the straps at the correct position. Once they have been adjusted, then just push the clip back into the rear of the seat, and push down to lock in place. To adjust the width, just push down on the upper clip on the top of rear of the seat, and either tighten or loosen.

Posted on May 12, 2007

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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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