Box instructions says our graco passage stroller has adjustable reclinging positions. It comes laying back and it is not obvious how to adjust it for sitting upright? No instructions were included, please help.
Viewed from behind, there are two cords with pull tbs that are gathered together in the center of the seatback with a black plastic gather. These two cords are loosen or tightened to raise or lower the seat back recline position.
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Hiya, are you still wanting the manual. I can scan it for you if you want and email it. Email me on email@example.com. There is an adjustable strap behind the seat for raising and lowering the seat back. Its quite self explainatory if you look at it. I had the same problem
basically, you pull the ******** the center of the back snug -- however, this particular stroller will not sit at 90 degrees to the ground if that's what you're looking to do, the seatback can only be as up as far as the top comes nearly even with the frame (you run out of adjustment room)
I own two evenflo strollers- from the pictures I believe it's the same exact stroller. Mine don't have "buttons" to lay down the seat.. instead they have a "cord" like a belt in the back towards the top- you can let some out to lay the seat down- or else pull it tight and it will 'raise' the seat to a sitting position! The 'belt/rope" for adjusting has a D-ring on the end of it- so look for that towards the top center in the back (under the handle bar).
I'm having the same dilemma. I just got this at a consignment sale. It seems in perfect condition. I think that the amount of sitting/reclining is only what you get by pulling the red tab. I don't think it is meant to sit all the way up. It loosens the same as you would loosen a belt strap. I wish it had a locking mechanism.
I can't figure out what the rubber "button hole" looking tab is on the left side near the front hinge of the overhead shade.