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Harness straps

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I am a new grandma and having troubles in figuring out to adjust the straps on my grandsons car seat. Please help.

Thank you,
Kim

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Normally you would just tighten them on the back of the carseat. It should have 4-6 holes where you can put them for as whenever they grow.

Let me know if this helps :)

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Well all u doo is u should look on the see or manual and read or go online to see the manual

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