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Strollers with detachable infant car-seat carriers extremely practical. In the first couple of months, your baby can sit securely in the infant carrier while you go for a walk. As an added benefit, you can transfer your baby from the stroller to the car without having to disturb her, as you would with a pram. For older infants and even toddlers, you can use the stroller without the carrier. Most have seats where the back adjusts from nearly a full upright position to a full recline.
I had the same problem and sold my stroller due to MANY things.Handlebar foam ripping, no 5 point harness on mine,heavy,awkward,wheels hit every isle shopping.It took up all my trunk space,looked old and dirty fast due to me having to put it on the ground to fold and lift it!! The car seat itself that when with it as a travel system had to have a rolled up towel behind it so babies head wouldn't flop forward. I cleaned it up at took the first 50.00 I could get for it after owning it a meer 5 months.....don't regret not having it, I'd rather carry my 22 lb baby than deal with it another day.
You can check around for bases that fit the car seat at garage sales!!! Otherwise click the link- and you can order replacement parts for evenflo products directly from their web-site https://plweb.evenflo.com/product_search.aspx?txSearchModelNo=5881485a&txSearchDOM=2/4/2004
I own two evenflo strollers- from the pictures I believe it's the same exact stroller. Mine don't have "buttons" to lay down the seat.. instead they have a "cord" like a belt in the back towards the top- you can let some out to lay the seat down- or else pull it tight and it will 'raise' the seat to a sitting position! The 'belt/rope" for adjusting has a D-ring on the end of it- so look for that towards the top center in the back (under the handle bar).
I'm having the same dilemma. I just got this at a consignment sale. It seems in perfect condition. I think that the amount of sitting/reclining is only what you get by pulling the red tab. I don't think it is meant to sit all the way up. It loosens the same as you would loosen a belt strap. I wish it had a locking mechanism.
I can't figure out what the rubber "button hole" looking tab is on the left side near the front hinge of the overhead shade.