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One of the plastic prongs (for lack of a better word)on the chest clip snapped off. How do I go about ordering a new one?

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  1. You can order it at the Sunshine Kids site in accessories,
  2. search Google for "Sunshine Kids Lock Tite Universal Harness Clip" to get it at several merchants
  3. or directly at Amazon

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