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How to adjust the straps

I need to adjust the straps from the bottom to the top

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Visit www.maxi-cosi.com and select which country you're in, then choose the model carseat you have and go to the Service tab to download a copy of the User Manual which will show how to adjust harness height.

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SOURCE: Maxi-Cosi how do you adjust the straps

u can do that first install it in the car and then set ur child and do the rest

Posted on Jun 27, 2007

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Maxi-Cosi how do you adjust the straps


Take a look here ,you have the manula and if you want you can get to know the FAQ. Thanks. http://www.maxi-cosi.com/maxicosi/productindex. aspx?cat=p

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