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Mutsy traveller car seat

We have lost the instructions for our Mutsy traveller car seat and can't work out how to fit it in the car. We've followed the instructions on the side of the seat but it seems very loose. Any ideas?

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Hi

We have the same problem!!

You can download the manual in PDF from this www:
http://www.mutsy.nl/products/traveller/technical

But, you need to register first, and know the serial **- which we CAN'T READ!
The serial ** supposed to be on a white sticker at the bottom of a product.. but I can't read it, so we can't register!

If you will register, is it possible to forward the manual to us?? I'm really worried about fixing the car seat with the pictures at the back of it, cos I also think it shouldn't be so loose..

Here's my e-mail:
anjako.com@gmail.com

Hoper this help
RGDS
Anna

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