There Should be a 1 800 number on the Box That you can call
and they should send the peice your missing
if not try going in to a store Where they sell simlaler Products
and see if they carry the peice your missing
I hope I have been of use
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There are two hoops of elastic at either end of the sun canopy - these hook in behind the knuckles of the bar that goes over the carseat (the carry handle/roll bar). Once you've hooked them in (it is fiddly, but possible) you can then tuck the rest of the fabric in between the plastic at the back of the carseat and the carseat fabric.
If you can't do it, pop it into a local retailer and ask them to give you a hand.
You may have solved this problem already, but I had a similiar situation. If you can remove the round hard plastic fasteners that the straps pass through, it really is not too difficult to take the pad off. They are just clips that push against the hard plastic back of the seat to hold the straps in place. To remove them, I just took a flat head screw driver and placed it against the long side of the fastener and pushed up and toward the center of the fastener. I did this for both sides of the fastener and it popped right out. The straps then just unhook from the back and thread through to the front. Make sure to note how the straps are placed so that they can be replaced correctly. The pad washed up very nicely for me. I used warm water and regular detergent. I let it dry in the sun. Hope that this helps.
use a tiny flat-head screw driver to pull outwards on the tab (this is a blue plastic tab on mine) that holds the white plastic u-shaped (canopy part) in. I didnt think it would be this difficult but it is... the graco ones are much easier to take off to wash.
If this is for the Graco Snugride (I have the Windsor model from the Quattro Travel System), this will work:
1. Push the Graco canopy to one side, exposing the plastic support bars that hold the canopy in place.
2. The center of the support is where the canopy comes apart. Using both hands, pull the canopy support bar apart (as if you were playing tug-of-war). It's best to grab the curved ends and pull HARD (and point it away to the side so that you don't hit your face).
3. Once the support bars are apart, remove the old Graco canopy and slip on the new/freshly washed canopy.
4. Secure the support bars by snapping them shut, and then slide the canopy into place.
I had the same problem in my 240sx Nissan, I was told that because of the dip in the seat it was impossible to fasten it down properly so I went to one of those help for car seat classes that the police help you with and they told me just to take a towel and tightly roll it up and put in the dip of the seat, then fasten the base down! Hope this helps you!
take a pair of plyers to the clips on the back of the seat and pull the clip out as u clinch the connector pice together to fit it through the hole. doing both sides will release the canopy. then all you have to do is take a butter knife and take off the black things theres a clip on one side youll see it just pry up the black clip and pull down on the white then just pull out the plastic pieces. oh and remember air dry it. other wise youll have a heck of a time threading the plastic rods through
ps even flo car seats blow big time and i still have trouble with the harness adjusters
I don't know what brand you have, but if you look on the inside of the holders for the canopy, there should be a little plastic tab holding the hooked end of the canopy frame in place. Use a small screwdriver to lift the tab up enough so you can slide the hook out. Once you have it out, remove the canopy and wash away.
You should have any problem finding that part, unless Evenflo completely discontinued your car seat.
Use this link:
To find your Model Number and Manufacture date.
Then use this link:
To find replacement parts, if they still have any.
How do I care and clean for my PortAbout 3/PortAbout V infant car seat?
To clean pad slide the elastic loops of the seat pad off of the seat shell. Remove the harness system. Cloth pad, canopy, and head support may be machine washed separately cold water, delicate cycle, tumble dry 10-15 minutes, low heat. Wipe straps, buckles, and harness adjusters with warm damp cloth and mild soap. Air dry. NOTE: DO NOT submerge harness assembly in water. To help protect the vehicle upholstery, place a towel beneath and behind the child restraint.