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Are you talking about moving it from the lower slots to the upper one for baby/toddler size? If so, have the car seat out, the back facing you. Carefully unlace the straps from the metal toggles, if you have a problem remembering, grab your digital camera and shoot a few photos as you go, this is such a life saver in so many experiences (hubby used this when rebuilding a car engine--smooth).
Anyway, undo 1 side at a time to pull out to the seat side, move it up, then do the other side.
You know to adjust for the length when fitting little person in to use the toggle at the front bottom to pull. There is a little lever, may be red, just between the feet of child that allows you to loosen or tighten straps from that point.
If you are really in a predicament, call your local public health office, they may have a print out of a generic seat that this is done for.
Please call a ParentLink Representative at 1-800-233-5921, Monday - Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Hope this helps, GrandmaJ.

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