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Just bought one - can anyone tell me how to attach the fabric seat to the walker? Driving me mad and instructions aren't clear. It has plastic loops but not sure what they loop around?
there are slits in the plastic around the frame- feed the loops through and the plastic will straighten and hold it in place
thanks different witch but where are the slits? In the yellow or the white?
I think the yellow. I'm working from memory and there are 3/4 of them at the fron, 2 at the back and another 2 nearer the sides?
done it! Thanks so much!
sorry different witch but more troubles! What do you do with the white loops under the activity centre at the front of the walker? Are they supposed to attach the activity centre to the walker? Sorry to be so dense!
they're for use if you want to take the play tray with you and have a play tray on your pushchair to attach it to. The activity centre just clips on with no attachments to the walker itself.
You do mean the long white plastic stripes with od shaped holes?
yep, put them safe. You don't need them unless you want to attach it to something.
fab! Thanks so much! You're a lifesaver! Would have been here til midnight otherwise!
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