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Re-assembly Hello, Here I am on a saturday, no maual and a bad memory. I washed the seat cover and now I don't remember how to anchor the top straps once throught the cover and back. It has been over a month. This is not the primary seat, but is needed. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Tony Brown

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