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Bolt broke that holds saftey seat latch on - where to get parts?

Part # dwr1000e131 bolts under the seat, bolt that holds this to safety latch and trapeze bar snapped, partial bolt is still inside this piece. where can I get these parts? Cannot even find a parts manual.

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One of the best places my be a Automovtive supply stores , you may also try a Home improvement store, they tend to carry "odd" Bolts, to remove the broken bolt you may have to drill it out with a special drill tip also avaliable at most of the Home Improvent stores,, make sure you take your broken piece with you if you still have it so you can get a perfect match.

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