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Attaching baby carrier to rear seat of Graco duo stroller.

I have a Graco duo travel system I haven't used in awhile. I can't figure out how to securely attach the baby seat to the back seat of the stroller. Is there a strap or clips?

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It should latch onto the tray/bar and then there should be two red clips on the stroller that you click/lock onto the foot area of the seat.

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