Question about Baby Gear
Depends on whether you want to fix the problem or hide the symptoms.
Either way you have to identify the problem. It will usually be a loose bolt, broken spot weld, or broken frame. The proper fix to remove and dismantle the seat to isolate the problem component. Then you repair it. Then you re-assemble and re-install the seat.
Hiding the symptoms can be as simple as a wad of chewing gum or the volume knob on the stereo.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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