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lucia uganiza Posted on May 10, 2007

Cosco 5-point omega carseat

I washed the covering of my daughters carseat (the cosco five point convertable carseat) and when putting it back together I couldn't figure out how to secure the straps, after going over the shoulders and through the back of the seat and over the bar that allows you to adjust the harness, where is it supposed to end. Normally, like on my sons carseat after going over the shoulders and through the back of the seat there is a strap connected to the seat (usually connected from the underneath of the seat) with a metal piece that the shoulder straps connect to. The problem here is that either a piece is missing or I am not seeing something. Does anyone know where the straps attach to in the back to secure them in place?

  • cobra2_6 Nov 28, 2008

    I washed my daughters carseat and now can't figure out how to put it back togeather

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Ok I had such a hard time with this, i looked on the internet for hours and found NOTHING!! haha so i went to babies r us and checked out a similar one so here it is.
first the strap goes on the bottom, pull them even and the add the buckle, plastic buckle thing, and the other thing soft thing. then put the strap through the back of the seat (you should have two ends) not the must go OVER the adjusts! now take the metal piece that adjust the length and pull it long enough for it to reach the two straps and hook them up!! haha if this isnt good enough go to a store that carries the alpha omega elite car seats and check it out! GOOD LUCK!!

  • Anonymous Jun 12, 2011

    I would like to add after going through this once on the next adventure with different seat...Take photos before starting to take apart.Worked well

  • jadevans320 Aug 11, 2011

    wow! thanks a million for posting this! it just saved our morning. i was so sure that i had paid good attention when i took the thing apart to wash....ha! but now we're all back together and ready to go!

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You might be able to contact Cosco for a manual or diagrams of where everything goes or replacement parts, there info is: Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-544-1108 Hours of operation Monday ? Thursday 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM EST and 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM EST on Friday.

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