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You need to replace the belt you dont want it to fail if you have a crash

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Hi, how do i attach the belt clip that comes with the evenflo booster seat?


If it is the one that is on the end of a strap, at the end of the strap is a loop.
Feed the loop thru a small set of holes in the back of the seat. The seat should have 2 small, close to eachother, holes. It goes in one, out the other and then slide the clip thru the loop and pull it back tight.
The only other design I know of uses a screw to attach the belt, the clip is on, to to a nub with a hole in
it on the back of the car seat.
If by "clip" you mean the little bracket that looks like an "H" you thread the car's seat belt thru it, where the belt goes up to the highest point, and use the H clip to keep that part of the car's seat belt away from the child and car seat by weaving it behind the edge of the car seat.
Use Evenflo's site to download a free manual and it shows you how to do it. All you need is Model number and date of manufacture and it will give you your manual. Save it to your computer. Click this link.

Evenflo Care Seat Manual Downloads

Mar 17, 2011 | Evenflo Baby & Toddler Car Seats

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Describe how to remove upper back from monarch car seat


Remove the back and bottom covers (the back cover has four clips; the bottom cover stretches over the front of the base and has two elastic bands that stretch back on top of the base). While holding the base on the floor, push the backrest all the way back until flat (this will take some force). Slide the axel off to the right (your right as you are facing the front of the seat).

Oct 04, 2009 | Britax Monarch - Red Racer Booster Car...

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I am unable to remove the back to convert this car seat to a booster.


Remove the back and bottom covers (the back cover has four clips; the bottom cover stretches over the front of the base and has two elastic bands that stretch back on top of the base). While holding the base on the floor, push the backrest all the way back until flat (this will take some force). Slide the axel off to the right (your right as you are facing the front of the seat).

Sep 02, 2009 | Britax Monarch - Red Racer Booster Car...

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Removing seat cover maxi cosi priorifix


To be able to remove the seat cover from your seat you have to 'unhook' the seat belts at the back of the seat:
First extend the seat belt to the maximum length.
Then put the seat at the maximum recline.
At the back of the seat-'shell' you will then see a metal hook that hold the shoulder straps: unhook and pull forward.

Reassembly is just the reverse.

A few more tips when removing the cover from a PrioriFix: take care not to damage the white extruded foam when pulling the belts forward and when taking off the cover. When the foam is not protected by the padding it may easily snap.

The seat padding is cold wash only and no spin-dry, otherwise the seams may loosen.

Please don't hesitate to use the contact form at http://www.babycare.nl if you need any further assistance.

With kind regards,
Babycare.nl Sales Desk,
Erwin de Raad

Jun 21, 2009 | Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix (Black Reflection)...

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LATCH Attached?


The latch can be used in the rear facing position.

On mine there was a screw which secured the nylon to the seat.

You need to remove the screw and remove the LATCH belt.

The LATCH belt must then be threaded through the belt location under the child's seat, rather than behind.

Pay attention if there are any arrows on your LATCH belt which point up, so that you thread the belt the right way. Remember that the seat is going to be rear facing! : )

On the side of my seat it shows a picture with the LATCH in use, threaded underneath the child's seat. Maybe your shows this too.

Hope this works for you!

Stuart

Nov 21, 2008 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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Instruction for installing Evenflo Triumph Car Seat. We are the grandparents and our granson is staying with us for a few days. Our daughter is loanig us their car seat, but won't be there to help instal...


On the back of the car seat you should have a black hook with a safety latch on it connected to a adjustable strap. You will require an anchor point to connect this to in the back of your car, depending on your car (sedan, station wagon,4x4 ect) your anchor point will have a small removable cover over it about 1 inch square or so, if you have not got one already installed make sure you get the anchor as well. This will be a small metal latch with a spacer and bolt with a safety nut the nut goes under the bottom of the parcel shelf if it is a sedan if not you won't need the nut. The the hook will attach to the anchor and then you just loosen the adjustable strap out until it is fairly loose (about 3 or 4 inches of play between the car seat and the baby seat will be fine) now if the baby is small and needs the seat to lay down ie they can't hold there head up or are to small to face forward, have the head end of the baby seat to the front of the car and set the seat belt throught the hole thats horizontal to the car seat. If they can face forward same thing just stand seat upright and feed the seat belt through the horizontal holes. The hole for the seat belt should be about 2 to 3 inches high and about 4 or 5 inches long. Just becareful not to put the seat belt over the childs belts on the baby seat. Then just tighten the adjustable ******** the baby seat until firmly tightened against the car seat and you are done. The baby seat will still move a bit from side to side but if it moves more than 3 inches or so tighten the adjustable strap even more.

Jul 26, 2008 | Evenflo Triumph 5

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Shoulder straps


There should be metal hooks on the backside that hook onto the loops at the end of the shoulder straps. They will definately be metal so should be easy to spot against the plastic back of the car seat. They usually are sort of rectangular and have one side that has a 'lip' so the straps aren't supposed to just slip off. (Though I can imagine the possiblity of this when the belt is not stretched as it is during use) Refer to your manual if you cannot find them. If you no longer have the manual, you should be able to locate one for downloading or viewing PDF file at the manufacturers website. Hope this helps! :)

Jul 25, 2008 | Graco ComfortSport 8431

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Putting the belts back together again.


NOT REALLY A SOLUTION BUT THE BUCKLE HAS NOW BROKEN SO WE WILL BE BUYING A NEW CAR SEAT NOW!

May 06, 2008 | Britax Baby & Toddler Car Seats

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Putting together the car seat


Most car seats either are woven through a metal feed in the back of the carseat you can undo by pulling apart the teeth and fishing the belt out....just remember how it was woven through the clasp. Others will be looped onto a metal hook in the back in which case you simply slide the loop of the belt off the hook. This should be fairly simple as they are usually designed to be unhooked so as the baby grows the belt can be moved up to higher shoulder slots. Feel free to respond after examining the back of the seat.

Dec 26, 2007 | Combi Centre DX - Mango

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