Question about Maxi-Cosi Baby Gear
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To determine whether the carseat is a suitable fit you should take the vehicle to an authorised Maxi-Cosi retailer and ask for a carseat fitter trained member of staff to provide a physical fitting prior to purchase.
Posted on Aug 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Maxi Cosi Tobi straps locked
hi i had the same problem so i took it back to toys r us where i got it from, they rang manufacture and were advised that they r going to recall them as it is a fault. hope this helps
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Hi, This sounds like either the harness is twisted at the back or inside, or there is a build up of dirt etc that could have fallen through the **** strap area. I would suggest that you go to this link and contact the supplier who will be able to clarify this for you. http://www.maxi-cosi.com/maxicosi/forms/contact.aspx?mode=contact&language=gb-en I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Yes it seems to be a design fault. Has happened twice on our Tobi seat.
To fix, lay the seat on its back.
Locate the 3 Torx head screws middle front and rear left and right. You'll need a Torx screwdriver or head of the correct size. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torx
Undo the screws, then pop the four catches at each corner with a flat-head screwdriver and remove the base.
Look at the recline mechanism, you'll see large bar at the rear (both sides) which is meant to be there. At the front, on one side or the other, you'll see a smaller bar which is part of the hinge for the recline handle. It's slipped sideways and into one of the recline mechanism slots.
Jiggle the recline handle and push the hinge bar back into the centre. It might help to use gravity - lay the seat on its side with the blocking bar uppermost. I can't see a way to prevent this slipping out again over time.
Snap the base back on and replace the Torx screws.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
SOURCE: the straps on my maxi
you have to pull the buckle towards you if they are still jammed check where the bottom buckle join the seat body to see if there is anything stuck in there if not i would recommend taking it back to the shop and get a replacement,
i had to do this just 4 weeks after buying mine the straps got jammed and i nearly broke little ones arms trying to get him out!
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
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