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We took it apart to clean it and are unable to reassemble the harness. How do the straps go and where do the metal peices fit?

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Hi,
I went to the Graco website and got stuck when it didn't recognize the number 8639.
Here is a link to their product instructions web page. You might need to get some information from the car seat. I hope this helps... Good luck!

http://www.gracobaby.com/customerservice/productinstructions/Pages/default.aspx

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