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I purchased a marine battery tie-down kit from Bass Pro. It didn't come with instructions on how to thread the 1" strap through the buckle. I have it installed but can't really tighten the strap so the battery doesn't move. Is there a diagram on how to tread the ******** the buckle?

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I removed harness to wash and have refitted shoulder straps but adjustment ******** Viaggio Primo SIP wont thread through and under buckle . can you advise please


To figure out how to do this with the Peg Preggo Viaggio Primo SIP, I think it's best to contact their customer service:
1-800-671-1701. Customer service hours are Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm Eastern time.

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How to exchange leather straps for almost any watch brand


Most of the people are pretty sure that when their watch leather straps are worn out they have to replace them with new ones, made by exactly the same brand as their watch brand is. This is completely wrong. About 95% of all watch brand models can be fitted with leather straps from any watch strap producer without loosing brands identity. All you have to do is: 1. Release the strap from the watch; 2. Measure the width of the strap where the spring bar (pin) goes through and write it down or memorize it; 3. Undo the buckle/clasp; 4. Measure the width of strap in place where the buckle/clasp was fitted and write it down or memorize it; 5. Measure the length of the strap (both parts together) and write it down or memorize it. Now you have everything you need for strap replacement. Visit any shop selling leather straps or even find it on the internet. You will find thousands of different colours, patterns and leather variations. The choice is yours. Just one thing to remember: The strap you are buying must match all the measurements you took of your original strap. This is not difficult to match, as the watch straps usually are made to global standards. When you have your new strap delivered, just fit it to your watch and undo the buckle/clasp that came with it. Fit your old, original buckle/clasp on to the new strap and you are done. Most watch manufacturers impress, engrave or laser engrave their logos on buckles/clasps, not on the leather straps itself. So, when you fit the original buckle/clasp on brand new strap of different make, it becomes the original strap of the watch you own. And nobody knows that the strap is, for example, from Hong Kong, but watch is from Switzerland (except you, of course} as they look together as one nicely designed piece and the buckle/clasp works as the proof of identity. In case if your watch has some unusually shaped fixing for the strap, this shape can be easily cut in to the strap by modellers scalpel. At the very end I just want to remind to all readers: Watch straps sold under watch brand names are 2-10 times more expensive. In fact - they are not produced by watch manufacturers themselves, but in Italy, Germany, China and Hong Kong and then sent to watch manufacturers. Just because these straps were fitted to the watches and the buckles or clasps were added to them, these straps automatically becomes their brand straps and cost a lot, lot more. Hope it helps to save your hard earned money.

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Need to reset gopro wifi password


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Nov 14, 2012 | GoPro Go Pro GoPro HD Surf Hero...

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Pulled tensioner on maxi cosi tobi now i cant release it back


Just did it. It took two of us, but only a couple of minutes and no tools (except a table knife) once we'd worked out what the problem was. The reason the strap doesn't thread easily through the slot is that there is a sprung two-part mechanism that needs to be held open. One person threads the strap through while the other keeps the mechanism open.


Person 1:

1) Find the slot under the chair that the strap goes into - turn the seat upside down; it's a thin gap you can feel with your fingertip when you run your finger along the narrow back of the metal strip under the front of the seat (not the base).

2) Remove the metal rod that attaches the grey reclining lever. The rod is about 20 cm long and can be pushed out without tools. Removing this rod seems to make it easier to open the buckle mechanism. When replacing the rod later, you just have to line it up carefully with holes (we used a torch to help us see them)

3) Make sure the strap passes under the metal rod at the bottom of the seat back (you can see how here in a small photo here: http://www.englishforum.ch/attachments/sale-wanted/37565d1327058634-sale-maxi-cosi-tobi-car-seat-9mths-3-yrs-zh-maxi_cosi_tobu_small.jpg)

Person 2

4) Push back buckle as far as it will go (it goes back past vertical easily, then needs another firmer push,

5) Hold the buckle in this backwards position.

6) Insert a table knife (rounded and blunt, not sharp) into the space under the buckle and push back the sprung, hinged plastic part that the knife touches at the back.

7) Person 1 then threads the strap back through the slot, pushing until then end comes out.

8) Tie a knot in the end of the strap so you don't accidentally pull it through again!

9) Replace the metal rod in the reclining mechanism.

10) Done!

Mar 21, 2011 | Maxi-Cosi Maxi Cosi Tobi MAGIC ROSE 2008...

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Hello, Have used Nania Newfix Solo child seat very satisfacorily for 3 years with harness. Now time to remove harness (leaving back of Childseat in place). Have removed harness as per instructions -...


Right,
After several months of struggle to find written instructions how to attach the central harness adjustment strap (The one with metal anchor at the end) to the red clip (buckle) strap as seems to be shown in instructions. budyn71.jpg
I have found number to temtex uk company that supplies nania products to argos on 01162844910, while emailing them on sales@teamtexuk.com had no result. There's no need to attach the two. Central harness adjuster strap has to be detached and pulled by it's front end as far as it goes. budyn71_0.jpg
While red clip strap threads through the gap between backrest and the base. budyn71_1.jpg
And red clip strap threads through hole (bracket) at the back of the base. budyn71_2.jpg

Sep 26, 2010 | Nania Solo Combination

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Can you confirm how the straps are correctly to be used to hold the surfboard in place?


Place pads around your cross bars, thread straps over the board and under the bar on the far side and then over the board with the buckle end on top of the near side of the board. Then wrap the other end under the bar and 1 time around on the near side, thread through the buckle and pull tight....repeat.

Sep 28, 2009 | Da Kine Car Rack Pad Set Surfboard Bag...

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How do I remove the straps so that I can lift the straps for a bigger baby?


The straps are usaully threaded through the back and a large buckle holds them in place, if this is the type you have you just thread the buckle through to the front and then lift starps and thread through to the higher hole. failing this take it back to where you bought it and ask, or if you bought it off the internet take it into your nearest baby item seller and they will be able to show you.

Jul 07, 2009 | Evenflo Embrace

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Need help with putting straps back on


I know this is months later, but here you are in case you (or anyone else) needs the info again. First, though, I feel that it wouldn't be responsible to neglect to tell you that if you got the seat in 2000, it is expired and no longer safe to use. Car seats generally expire after 6 years because the plastic degrades over time - in a 10 year old seat, it can look fine but actually be brittle enough that the entire harness can rip out of the seat if it's an accident. For the manual, visit Cosco's website and fill in the product number and date of manufacture. It will bring up a PDF file of the manual that you can download. To rethread the straps, first replace the **** strap. Slide the metal plate down through the slot in the seat, with the buckle facing out. Slide the metal clip under the tab and push it down to lock it in place. Facing the seat, start by threading the end of the harness strap down through the slot of the left side of the bottom (where the child's right hip would be). Under the pad/cover, thread it across the bottom of the seat and up through the matching slot on the right side. Pull it until you have equal lengths on both sides. Thread the buckles onto the the strap (one one each end) and buckle them. Thread the chest buckle onto both ends, making sure that the harness doesn't twist. Buckle it, too. Push the ends through the harness slots. Pull the harness through to the back, making sure that it goes OVER the metal bar, but UNDER the plastic adjuster handle. There is a loop sewn into each end of the harness. The adjuster strap has a splitter plate, kind of shaped like a Y. Slide each loop over the ends of the plate and all of the way into the slot, so that the curved ends of the splitter plate are exposed and the strap is secure in it's slot. Adjust the harness height by squeezing the metal bar on the back of the seat (the one behind the harness) forward and moving it and the plastic adjuster bar up or down to the correct position (at or below the shoulders for rear-facing, at or above the shoulders for forward facing). Do note that the very top slot is NOT for use with the harness - it's only to adjust the headrest when the seat is being used as a seat belt positioning booster and is not reinforced to support the harness in an accident! Adjust the tightness of the straps with the button/extra length on the front of the seat. Properly tightened straps should lay in a straight line without sagging and you should not be able to pinch up any slack (lengthwise going down the harness, not across the width of it) at the shoulders or hips. Adjust the chest buckle to lie in line with your child's armpits, never his neck or belly.

Oct 15, 2008 | Cosco Alpha Omega Elite 5-Point 22-155

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I need to purchase replacements parts.


The back of my manual has a page to order parts and send to: Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc Consumer Relations Dept PO Box 2609 Columbus, IN 47202-2609 Fax: 1-800-207-8182 They need your model # and manufacture date, as well as money order or Visa/Mastercard info. (number, name, exp date, and signature) Prices: **** Strap/Buckle $4.99 Harness Strap $2 Pad Set $42 Harness Retainer $1.50 Locking Clip $2.50 Tether Kit $9.99 Latch Kit $24.99 Instructions Free Plus S&H: up to $25 $5.95 upt to $50 $6.95 up to $75 $8.95 up to $100 $9.95 up to $150 $10.95 up to $200 $11.95 over $200 $13.95 outside con. US $10 plus sales tax in IN, CA, and MA

May 31, 2008 | Eddie Bauer 3-In-1 with Latch

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Nania Nuevo 3-in 1


hi,
i just had the same problem but there seems nothing out there at all, so i had to try myself and just succeeded there.

so a little step by step guide, i hope its clear enough.

1. i found taking the whole thing apart to be the easiest way. so take it apart, you should have two long straps, two metal buckles, and two plastics things you will need at the end.

2. hang the strap with the shoulder pads around your neck, the way it would lie if around your child.

3. note two whole, one on either side of the seat, inside, near where your childs bum would be. imagine the other strap, the long one coming from there(imagine we are starting form the right here), then it goes through the right buckle.

4. next it goes through the right shoulder pad

5. now in real life it would go thorugh the back of the seat, but its easier to leave this last, in case you pull it through lopsided somewhere, so you can fix it, anyhow....

6. the long strap now goes around your neck and through the other , the left, shoulder pad,

7, then it goes through the left hand buckle

8. lastly, it WOULD go through the hole on the inside left of the seat.

before you do that thought, close the buckle and see if everything is straight

9. now pick one end of your work and pull it through one of the holes in the back of the seat, once its thorugh one hole it should go through a thinner grey strap at the back, this is for tightening the whole thing at the fornt once your child sits in the seat, once thats done pull it back out front through the other hole.

10. lastly, pull the long ends of the straps through the two inside holes either side of the seat, they should come out at the bottom, the two plastic green things are then attached to the ends. there is a right and a wrong way here, one way you can pull them in tight, the other you cant

i hope this works for you and i hope i made sense....

Antje

Mar 22, 2008 | Nania Nuevo 3-in1

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