Hi, I started to back and up the left rear wheel locked up, forward or reverse it would not release . i did get the drum turning but i can not get it off. I have pried and beat on the drum it will not come off. any thing else I can do, I don't have a set of torches so heat is out of the question.
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Best bet is to buy it and take it to your local fire department or highway patrol. Here in California the CHP, California Highway Patrol will attempt the install for free, they are trained to do so. If the officer says no then the reality is that you may want a new car. Graco seats are great and the size of seats are similar across brands. Good Luck
u could use the safety straps on the back. or you could run the seatbelt through the holes at the bottom of the car seat. check your users manual from your explorer to see where the safety hooks are.
This will help if you lay out the chest pieces and all the pieces you removed on the table first. If it helps, snap them together. Then, lay out the pieces with metal prongs that lock into the buckle that goes between your child's legs.
1st pull through the belt adjusting piece through the bottom cover ****.
2nd pull the square release buckle through the second ****, on top of the piece that tightens and releases. This is the piece that you push with your thumb to release the seatbelt.
3rd pull both side seatbelts through the respective side right and left and make sure they are flat.
4th slide on the two pieces with metal prongs on one left and one right seatbelt. Before you do this, ensure that you have put the correct piece on the correct side and that they will latch properly into the buckle. Snap them into the buckle to ensure you have it right.
5th attach the two respective chest clips on one right and one left seatbelt. Snap them together to ensure you have it right.
6th pull the top shoulder seatbelt straps through one of the top cover slits. If you have a newborn, then it will be the bottom **** at the top. If your child has grown, then it will be the top two slits. Ensure both seatbelts are pulled either through the same **** on either side.
7th after you have pulled the shoulder straps through the top slits on the cover, pull them through the slits in the plastic carseat frame. Pull them through until you see them at the rear.
8th attach on their respective sides the shoulder strap at the back of the plastic carseat. There is a big brass metal piece with "hooks" at the top. The shoulder strap has a seatbelt "loop" on one end that can be hooked on. Do this on each respective side and make sure it is secure.
I had the same problem yesterday - evntually I found this on Maxi-Cosi's website: "I am no longer able to lengthen the belts of the Tobi when the buckle is open, they lock, why is this?
This may happen because the belt buckle is not flapped forward enough. If you push it forward manually, it no longer locks and you can loosen the belts."
Worked for me!
You definately should get the rear tether connector to get this car seat in snug. It is the best way and designed to be used rear facing withthe Roundabout. Click the link (or cut and paste into your browser) below to see what I am referring to. When you get it you should connect it to the passenger seat belt track as that is connected to the frame of the car.
Richard - www.goores.com