20 Most Recent Evenflo Generations Questions & Answers


All glass bottles should be sterilized after every use. If you do not sterilize a bottle after you use it, it becomes a breeding ground for bacteria. Sterilizing bottles after each use can be a pain. I suggest investing in playtex plastic bottles with pre-sterilized drop-in liners. These lines are are cheap; approximately $10 for a 100 of them. You still have to sterilize the nipples after each use but it is a lot less work.

I am sure that if you throw any glass bottle hard enough it will break.

Evenflo... • Answered on Jun 12, 2018


How do I put the straps back in the car seat after they were removed for cleaning the car seat?

Evenflo... • Answered on Sep 11, 2014


Grab a pair of pliers! With the pliers, pull the bottom tab out towards you and slide the top tab underneath. Once the top tab is under the bottom, the armrest will pop right off.

Evenflo... • Answered on Jan 05, 2013


Grab a pair of pliers! With the pliers, pull the bottom tab out towards you and slide the top tab underneath. Once the top tab is under the bottom, the armrest will pop right off.

Evenflo... • Answered on Dec 18, 2012


You CAN remove the armrests- quite easily actually! All you need to do is grab a small pair of pliers. Behind each armrest are two tabs. With the pliers, pull the bottom tab out. Slide the top tab underneath the bottom. The armrest will pop right off! Which means you can wash the pad seat and all!

Evenflo... • Answered on Nov 19, 2010


Turn the booster seat around to the back and locate the metal splitter plate that the harness is attached to. Remove both harness straps from the splitter plate. Locate the TensionRight knob located on each side of the seat in the front by the baby’s foot area. Turn the TensionRight knob to the back as far as it will go to take up the slack on the splitter plate strap. Pull both harness straps through the seat back to the front of the seat. Remove the harness strap from both sides of the chest clip and from the buckle tongues. NOTE: Please leave the buckle tongues locked into the **** strap for storage. Remove the harness strap from the seat. NOTE: Reattach the chest clip to the harness strap so they don’t get lost. Turn the booster seat upside down and locate the metal harness anchor. Turn the metal anchor sideways and push it through the slot to the front of the seat.

Evenflo... • Answered on Sep 09, 2010


Thanks for this! I just wanted to add that it's much easier to pull the bottom tab towards you if you have a pair of pliers! Then sliding the top tab underneath is super easy!

Evenflo... • Answered on Jan 21, 2010


you can use from your seat belt of the car and pass the seat belt on the back of the car seat .also you can use the hook of the car seat.

Evenflo... • Answered on Aug 27, 2009


Ok take the legs off of the top part (white) just twist and the top part comes off; then twist the springs off. Now take the legs that you took off and slide them through the first hole of the bottom from the bottom not the top; do all three legs and you have a table.

You can pop off the toys the tigger and flower one you have to push the thing till you have a big enough for it to slide through.

The disney pooh car pops right off of the top part; then you just unscrew the car from it's bottom (2 screws) take it off the track and volia you have a car.

I bought mine from someone but with a little bit of imagination I figured it on my own. lol.

Evenflo... • Answered on Aug 20, 2009


This is about all I could find for you. Hope it helps.
Had one - its a huge pain in the **** and I always busted my fingernails doing it. The metal clips have to slide over the bumps to get them out. I hated that thing. May I make a suggestion? Return it. lol . I'm figuring you got a combo seat - Evenflo Generations, Bolero, Chase, that is a forward facing only seat to 40lbs, or a convertible seat like Evenflo Tribute that is forward facing to 40lbs. Since I don't know her age its hard to make a suggestion, but for just a little more money (we paid $79 for our Chase) you could get a much better seat. If she needs a convertible that will rear face, get the Evenflo Triumph for $150 or less, The Evenflo Triumph Advance (not the original Triumph, make sure it says Advance) is a great seat. $150 version at Babies R Us has padding similar to Britax seats, top slots of 17", harnesses to 35lbs rear facing, and 50lbs forward facing. $120 Walmart version just has little less plush padding. Wide open belt path, easy to install, though it doesn't have built in lockoffs. The harness adjusts at the front of the car seat, you don't have to take the car seat out of the car just to raise/lower the straps. It's one of only 2 seats that does this (The Britax Boulevard is the other, I believE), and it has infinite harness adjustment so the harness always fits perfectly until its outgrown. No more tugging straps to tighten them either. You tighten and loosen the harness using knobs on the side of the seat. As a major bonus, it can be used in a recline position even in forward facing mode. Awesome for kids who still sleep in the car. I LOVE THIS SEAT! LOL My son, who is too big for every other car seat at Walmart has the same amount of room in this as the Britax Marathon.

If she is forward facing (over 30lbs and over 2years old) then a Graco Nautilus would be a lot easier to use and install, $150. Harnesses to 65lbs and then becomes a booster, will be the last seat you have to buy her. Metal reinforced.

Combo seats are usually a major waste of money, as they only harness to 40lbs, no more than most convertible car seats, so you're really not getting any more use out them then the convertible seat.

Evenflo... • Answered on Jun 14, 2009


Just in case you don't still have the number; 1-800-233-5921, Monday - Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. I've asked them to send me a manual but i doubt if i can get it before the end of the holidays - here's hoping. :)

Evenflo... • Answered on Jun 12, 2009


1. Remove the cover on the back upright (8 phillips screws).
2. Remove the white plastic clips that retain the brass clip holding the shoulder straps in place.
3. Pull the brass clips away slightly, then, turn them and push through the slot where the shoulder straps go through to the front of the car seat.
4. Pull the straps through the lower seat cushion slots.
5. Wash and reverse steps above to put back together.

Evenflo... • Answered on Apr 28, 2009


Please take the information off this play yard and check out this website for a recall purpose CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) http://www.cpsc.gov/ or give Evenflo a call at Evenflo ParentLink Department at 1-800-233-5921.
I am willing to bet this is too old to be using for your child due to safety issues, maybe been recalled due to the popping up, fingers/toes getting pinched or stuck or even a child severely injured. PLEASE be careful when purchasing 2nd hand equipment for your baby/infant/child. Someone else's gift off could be your tragedy.

Take Care, GrandmaJ

Evenflo... • Answered on Apr 17, 2009


please call a ParentLink Representative at 1-800-233-5921, Monday - Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.


https://plweb.evenflo.com/replacement_parts.aspx
This is the link to the evenflo toy site, it gives the instructions to call and talk to an agent. Hope this solves your issue. I don't have the toy.

Evenflo... • Answered on Nov 22, 2008


Are you talking about moving it from the lower slots to the upper one for baby/toddler size? If so, have the car seat out, the back facing you. Carefully unlace the straps from the metal toggles, if you have a problem remembering, grab your digital camera and shoot a few photos as you go, this is such a life saver in so many experiences (hubby used this when rebuilding a car engine--smooth).
Anyway, undo 1 side at a time to pull out to the seat side, move it up, then do the other side.
You know to adjust for the length when fitting little person in to use the toggle at the front bottom to pull. There is a little lever, may be red, just between the feet of child that allows you to loosen or tighten straps from that point.
If you are really in a predicament, call your local public health office, they may have a print out of a generic seat that this is done for.
Please call a ParentLink Representative at 1-800-233-5921, Monday - Friday from 8 am to 5 pm.

Hope this helps, GrandmaJ.

Evenflo... • Answered on Nov 13, 2008


As a whole, they don't really fit well going back on. If your desire is to clean this, I do it on a nice outside day with a scrub bucket to give a soapy wash, then rinse with the garden hose, drying in the sun. Nasty weather and you still need to clean, get it to the bathtub or shower. I just did granddaughter's potty accident in the shower, set near heat vent and it was dry over night.
If you do it the way I listed, you don't have to worry about the buckle system, which is a bear to get right.
I have taken and done infant rocker car seats/stroller combination and ended up repairing the fabric, it does not wash well, even tho it might say washable. My 2 yr old g.d. has the up sized seat and the 6 yr old the full booster, we use shower or garden hose them down. They mean with a sponge/rag and air dry. Just one more item in our disposible society that should not be!

Hope this helps, good luck.

Evenflo... • Answered on Nov 13, 2008


https://plweb.evenflo.com/product_search.aspx?txSearchModelNo=6231711&txSearchDOM=1/1/2008

Look here it has the instructions.

Evenflo... • Answered on Jun 04, 2008


Possibly similar model manual from manufacturer:https://www.evenflo.com/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-evenflo-Library/default/dw009a2787/Instruction%20Manuals/25701061%20-%20Chase%20Select%20EN%20Jan17.pdfReplacement parts from manufacturer:https://www.evenflo.com/parts-accessories/car-seat/30621633/30621633_parts.htmlhttps://www.evenflo.com/support/instruction-manuals.htmlhttps://www.google.com can be used to search for manuals, but unfortunately, the one I found appears to be a different model.https://www.manualslib.com/products/Evenflo-Chase-4041185.htmlPerhaps you could contact a retail store or internet site that sells that particular model and ask for a copy of the manual.

Evenflo Baby... • Answered on Oct 05, 2019

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