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I'm having trouble adjust the lap straps for my growing son. It's now getting very tight around his lap, especially now that he's wearing a winter coat. It shouldn't be this difficult to adjust. Thanks in advance.

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Try this
http://shop.maclarenbaby.com/downloads/instructions/Techno_xt%20ins_leaflet%20US.pdf

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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