Question about Safety 1st Baby Gear
Just the shoulder straps and the adjustment at the bottom is all I cant figure out...oh please help this is our only carseat and we go on vacation in a few days!
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Posted on Mar 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car seat
Dorel Juvenile Group manufactures these car seats for under the Cosco brand. You should check out their web site.
When I did this my shoulder pieces were screwed on. I am assuming you mean where the straps go through.
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
SOURCE: carseat harness straps
You have to unloop the straps from the gold metal bar. This will allow the straps to be free so you can feed them thru the holes and re-feed them into the proper height hold. You will than noticed that there are loops at the very end of the straps which you can loop back onto the gold metal bar.
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: shoulder straps
There should be metal hooks on the backside that hook onto the loops at the end of the shoulder straps. They will definately be metal so should be easy to spot against the plastic back of the car seat. They usually are sort of rectangular and have one side that has a 'lip' so the straps aren't supposed to just slip off. (Though I can imagine the possiblity of this when the belt is not stretched as it is during use) Refer to your manual if you cannot find them. If you no longer have the manual, you should be able to locate one for downloading or viewing PDF file at the manufacturers website. Hope this helps! :)
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I located my instruction manual for this carseat. It instructed me to turn the carseat over & located on the bottom are two metal brackets that lock the seatbelt harness. You just have to detach each metal bracket & pull through the bottom slots of the carseat, readjust each seatbelt to whatever level is necessary & push back through the bottom of the seat to lock securely. Thanks anyway for your help!
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: car seat straps
I have the same problem with mine. It's an easy fix. Unlock the straps (pull the little gray release tab) and then pull firmly upward on the lap belt opposite the loose strap. To reword: If your left shoulder strap is the loose one, go the right side of the seat, where the LAP belt comes out of the seat, and pull firmly upward on that part of the belt. It will pull the slack out from the other side. I hope that was helpful.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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