I am having trouble taking the seat cover off to wash. Basically the piece that goes between babies legs seems too small (the strap itself, not the fabric) to fit through the hole. Do I unscrew the metal bar to which it is attached?
What I did is cut the hole about .5cm bigger (to fit buckel thru) and then resowed it by hand with a strong thread. I would not recomend washing it in a top load machine (it damaged our seat) best would prob. be dry clean.
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If you are talking about the base seat fabric, before you put the seat fabric in the washing machine remove the wooden and foam piece from inside the seat and then throw it in on cold with a gentle cycle. DO NOT put it in the dryer. Hang it to dry. Mine came out great like this. If you are talking about the tailed fabric that goes over the base seat fabric, then just remove the cover and put it in the washer - again NO dryer.
if it's the silvercross pop,put the back poles in first then the leg rests the button bits go in the holes,then the cover goes round the front of the pole to attach the slide on bit then the popper then put the hood on.
It does. However on ours I removed the adjustment bar for both the front and rear seats. The front seat seems to be more stable like this. Also, by removing the adjustment bar on the front seat it give the front baby more leg room.
you have to undo the 2screws each side to remove handle, and there are 2 screws on each side near footrest to undo. then it should slide upp the frame and off where the handle bar connects. sounds more complicated than it is should take about 10-15min. then the whole seat can go in the wash.
There should be two waist straps that will slot through this strap and do up. They are actually attached to the frame rather than the seat part and it's very easy for them to get caught up when the seat cover is on.
I'd suggest taking the seat off and you should see them on the frame, then reattach the seat cover whilst holding these out of the way. Hopefully you will then be able to strap him in properly!
Go to www.evenflo.com. Click on your product at the top and then on the right side there is a "related link" for product instructions. You will need your Model # and Manufacture date (which is on the seat of the Exersaucer). Then it will list all the parts available for that product. Almost all the way down is a pdf version of the instructions that you can download for free. I used it and was able to assemble my Exersaucer to the 3rd stage. Good Luck!
Unfortunately, all the product manuals I have found do not give instructions for replacing the covers, but give care instructions to spot-clean with a mild soap.
Were there any other parts besides the cover and the 10 screws? Maybe a molded plastic piece that the screws would go into before going into the cover and metal tubes?
My only suggestion would be to search the hem of the cover to find the holes the screws had come from, put the screws through those holes and use them to line the cover up with the holes in the back of the poles.
If you still can't get it back together, it might be helpful to take a trip to a local baby product store (such as Babies R Us) and take a look at the display models. It might help you make heads or tails of that cover. Good luck!
the car seat goes in so that the baby is facing you if you are pushing. the bar on the adapter goes into the two plastic pieces sticking out of the back of the car seat. the red hook in the graco seat will latch on. it is confusing because the baby is seemingly far from the person pushing.