T is the one with the blue plaid imprint. I had to remove the carseat to wash it. I did not pay attention as to how I took it off. Now I can not put it back together where the straps make sense. Please help. Thanks, Joseph Menda
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Its not to bad .You will need to purchase a shift shaft a shift shaft seal and a primary cover gasket and oil.First drain your oil.Remove your kick starter .Remove your primary cover.Remove entire clutch assembly.You will need air gun or a clutch holding tool to remove the clutch.Once you have the clutch assembly removed yuo can remove the shift shaft .Pay attention to the postion of the shift shaft in relation to the shift drum .Also pay attention to any shims on the shift shaft as that will need to be installed on the new one.Now remove the seal that the shaft was coming out of.Replace the seal install the new shift shaft.Make sure to center it in relation to the shift drum.clean every thing with brake cleaner.clean gasket area .Install the clutch assembly .If you have any trouble with the oriantation of the parts you can look at world of power sports for parts diagrams.Make sure you tighten the clutch hub to the proper torque spec.I would use blue loc tight on the nut as well .If you have a shop do it expect to pay about 2 hours labor max.Plus parts
You should try the ones that are made out of fabricas they are the easiest to travel with: they are light, easy to wash and areattached to any chair. The only thing I would pay attention to is if they alsohave a high seat: you want your baby to sit in front of a table and sit highenough to reach the food. Try this website:
All Maxi Cosi carseats are designed with easily removable covers for washing. Instructions on how to remove them can be found in your User Manual for the carseat. If you need a replacement User Manual please visit www.maxi-cosi.com and select the country you're in, then choose the model carseat you have and an option will appear for viewing or downloading a replacement User Manual.
The grey tensioner strap appears to be stitched in place but it isn't. Follow it around under the bottom of the carseat and the strap is in a piece of plastic catch shaped like an H on it's side. Wiggle one way then the other to unhook from this catch, and the carseat fabric can be removed (where the grey circle part is the fabric is tucked underneath slightly, once you've unhooked the tensioner strap you'll be able to get the fabric off easily).
Hand washing is recommended, but if you have delicate or handwash cycle on machine this is also suitable. Use a mild detergent and maximum temp 30 degrees for washing. Do not tumble dry: Do not leave in direct sunlight to dry. Ensure fabric is completely dry before putting it back on for use as damp fabrics may result in mould or mildew growth.
Remember never remove the harness straps from the carseat, the fabrics can be completely removed while the harness remains in place!
I'm sorry to hear of this inconveniance. Try squirting some furnature polish around the adaptors and rubbing in with a clean cloth, then click it back into the Quinny chassis. Now try and remove the carseat again - the adaptors should remain in the Quinny chassis, not the carseat.
If you still have no luck you'll need to take the carseat back to your retailer with your proof of purchase to ask them to examine it and determine what the problem could be. If the adaptors are in the right way round and they are still unable to remove them from the carseat they may need to send the carseat back to our engineers for full inspection and solution. However if the adaptors have been put in the wrong way round there may be a charge for this.
The harness should not be removed from the carseat. Incorrect re-fitting of the harness may cause safety implications so the carseat does need to be returned to our engineers for full inspection and repair work required.
Please contact our customer service department on 01284 413141 (Mon - Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) to book it in for this. Standard charge is £50 and will include courier delivery of the product back to your address. In addition you will need to make arrangements and cover costs for the carseat to be sent to our engineers.
if you have a 22260 car seat is easy
1, on the base of the seat there is a push down clip that you need to push down and remove the steel bar of by sliding it out
2 unclip the seat strap for the seat by removing the brass "Y" on the back .PAY ATTENTION ON HOW YOU REMOVE THE STRAP IS ALL ONE PICE AND YOU NEED TO LOOP IT FROM ONE SIDE TO THE OTHERE
3. on the back of the seat there is 2 screws that you need to remove. the you remove the adj. back.
4. remove the cover and wash you can place it in the dryer or hand out to dry
5. instill the same way you removed
Most car seats have plastic clips around the edges that will come off.
if you work around all the edges you can eventually get it off. The
straps can be difficult to remove. Just pay close attention to how
they came apart. Take pictures if you have to. They are a paint to
put back if you don't.
There is a trick to this. All the straps are kinda connected together. The main harness is one piece, a clever clip on each of the lap section. (one on each side) needs to be removed to allow the belt to slide through the seat and cover openings. Once here the strap needs to go through the actual seatbelt buckle. Once the buckles are off you can pull the harness through the shoulder opening. The note to take here is that the harness runs through a loop on the adjuster belt (a narrower belt that runs from the back of the chair under the it to and through the adjusting fastener) Once through the loop you can pull the main harness strap free from the chair. Now the next part, depress the release clip of the adjuster and with the other hand pull this belt free from adjuster. It may require a bit of two handed work as belt nears the end. You should now have a wide belt, a narrow belt, 2x clips and 2x harness buckles. All you need to do now is remove the adjuster which usually requires the manipulation of a metal 'B' buckle which is sewn into the loop to be twisted sideways to allow it to pass through the opening. You are home free now. The cover should be elasticated around the edging and easily removed for washing.(you can also put the straps in too) Now is also a good time to just give the actual seat a good clean too. Refitting is reversal of removal.
However REMEMBER and NOTE the way clips,buckles and which openings the straps went through when removing. There are usually a couple. Mark the items with a marker if you think you'll forget. On refitting you might want to put it to the next one up. (as a child grows ie. the shoulder straps should be above the shoulders when the child is seated, equally important is they must be the same on both sides.) I think there might be a couple of slots for the adjuster strap. You might want to move that one out too. Have your child seated in the chair before you start the reassembly and mark out the openings the staps need to pass through which would be most comfortable for the him/her. Good Luck.