Question about Maxi-Cosi Baby Gear
If the seat is installed tightly, try pressing down on the seat as you push the red release button. Hold the button as you pull the Isofix attachment away from the lower bar.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes but it is a question of ethics and expence/expense! There are belts and hasps/clips/ manufacturers but they may not sell to the public considering the liability of unauthourised fitting. I would go to a recycler or junk place, buy from web auction or newspaper, and get another used seat or the parts from another model and adapt them to suit. Get it checked out by a reputable dealer also. I think it is illegal to tamper with them anyway. Local bylaws or stautess would apply depending where you are.. Remember the safety and life of your child is involved...
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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