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How do i adjust the harness straps.

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To adjust the height of the hanress you will need to turn the seat around and locate two metal, rectangular plates. These plates are attached to the harness straps and should attached with plastic tabs. you will need to remove the plate in order to change the harness height. To do so, you may need a screwdriver to loosen the tab enough to release the plate. When removed, feed the plates back through the front of the seat through the predetermined slots. Reroute the plates through the appropriate holes in the seat that best fit your child.

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