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I have a used Fisher Price infant-to-toddler stroller but no instruction manual. The stroller is currently in the open, fully reclining position, and I would like to know how to adjust it to the upright seated position. Can you describe how this is done, or is there a website where I could find a manual?

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There is a latch on the top back of the seat that you pull up on to adjust the recline of the seat. But I would still like a manual if anybody has it!

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I have this Fisher Price stroller too and really like it. BUT it had a loose red latch (where the seat attaches to the base of the stroller) because the pin was missing. We fixed it but then somehow it got loose and is now lost. Does anyone out there know if/where I could get another one? I think it is a little too rattle-y without it.

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Did you ever get the answer to this question or figure it out? I can get access to the manual tomorrow

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