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Hi We wouldn't advise a Pebble fabric on a Mico as the models are a different design so the Pebble fabric wouldn't be an optimum fit on the Mico model. For replacement Mico fabric contact email@example.com
Your Maxi Cosi CabrioFix can be fitted with new straps. Since this is directly affecting the safety of the seat the procedure is only available from a Maxi Cosi service center.Please visit a Maxi Cosi dealer to have your seat sent to a service center. I hope this helps. Erwin de Raadwww.babycare.nl
Please visit www.maxi-cosi.com and select the country you're in, then select the Tobi carseat and download a replacement user manual which will have information on how to adjust straps and remove fabric.
Replacement fabrics can be ordered via your local Maxi Cosi retailer or direct from the customer services department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. RRP is 60GBP and if purchased direct there is 3.99GBP p+p
Slack off the straps as far as possible and recline the seat. Open the strap guard door on the rear of the bit of the seat that reclines (Item 3 on diagram http://www.maxi-cosi.com/media/producthandleidingen/maxicosi/PrioriFix.pdf). The shoulder straps can be released from the metal clasp which is in here.You can now pull the straps through the back of the seatand release the cover.
What seems to be a sewn-up loop, is actually easy to unattach, but the trick is not explained in the manual.
Where the end of the strap seems to be holding to the seat's plastic shell, the plastic is not completely connected, there is a break in the plastic. Just move the strap left/right a bit and you will see that you can unattach it there. Then you can unthread the loose end of the strap and completely remove the cover.
Credits for this go to my wife who figured it out after I already thought we should return the seat to the shop. :p