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I can not for the life of me fugure out how to adjust the straps in my infant car seat.

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  • steffanee86 Sep 15, 2008

    I have a evenflo carseat and i need to move the harness straps up to the next slot. I can not figure this out. I know how to Tighten and losen i just need to figure out how to Move it up to the next slot because my baby is too tall. thanks

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There is a thing on the back that the strap goes through, press up on it while pulling from the front on the straps

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