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How to fit a pampero car seat


Do you want to install or adjust the straps on your Pampero car seat?Either way, try this list of Q&A about Pampero car seats. I think you may find the info you are looking for:
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I cant remember how to fix the harness back on the car seat having taken it off for my eldest grandaughter to use with the seat belti now need to put it back on for my youngest grandaughterthe seat is a...


http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100218220024AAcdHpg


The link isn't my solution but sounds right. Good luck! My strap is STUCK on the dubled part!

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May 09, 2010 | Cosco 02-442

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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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We want dealership in ap.. pls can u tell wat rare the procedures 4 it?


I do believe this question would be better suited for another category. I am a car seat expert. And you have put your question in this cartegory. If you want to get an appropriate reply from a small business dealership expert, please repost your question in an appropriate category. I hope you find the answers you are seeking! Good luck! :)

Aug 08, 2008 | Baby & Toddler Car Seats

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Hey iDude~


Well, best thing is to choose queries that are complete and that you are comfortable with. Also the ones asking for drivers, manuals, etc that should be easy to find.
I also take time to research the answers and provide all possible solutions in the first answer itself..most askers want immediate answers, and I try to avoid the queries where you know the asker has to get a repair done. Even if so, i try to provide as much information on troubleshooting as possible, before mentioning in the last line "if all these methods are unsuccessful you will probably have to get the device repaired or purchase a new one, whichever works out cheaper for you". Most cases they are happy with that statement.
I also used to add a template text regarding ratings in the past, and I notice now that I used to get a higher percentage of Fixyas and Helpfuls. I dont do that much these days, and have noticed a drop. Maybe I should start again.

Here's another tip. I go to my unrated solutions which are more than 2 weeks old and post this:
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If the issue is not resolved, please post back with latest developments, what steps you took, etc. and I will assist you further as best I can.

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Well,actually I just tried that yesterday, and I got an unbelievable amount of ratings..I got 46 of my old unsolved posts rated in 24 hrs. Most of them either Fixya or Helpful. Of course, you do get the odd T$T and Inapps, but that is mostly negligible..

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Of course, my rating dropped dratically because of those buggering Inapps..but you get the picture...

Jun 01, 2008 | Baby & Toddler Car Seats

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