Advice on taking Radian cover off?

MustangMama

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Taking it apart today to wash it for the first time, Baby N's afro grease has it a little messy :p

I'm scared I won't be able to get it back together.
 

Pixels

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It's not that big a deal, once you get the black pegs out. I just pick a point to start and work my way around the seat.

When you reassemble, remember that you did not unthread the harness from the cover at the hips to get the cover off, and so you don't need to thread it through when you are reassembling. There are two sets of slits down there. The outer slits/notches are for the harness. The inner slits are for the hinge when the seat is folded.
 

HaileysMommy

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I don't think it's as hard as some make it seem. Use the splitter plate or Safestop and slide it under the pegs and pop them off. Sometimes the slit is big enough to pull the cover over the pegs. It only goes on one way so you'll be fine. Good luck.
 

MustangMama

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Victory! The hardest part was fitting my hand through the belt path to undo the crotch strap. Thanks for the tip on using the splitter plate! That really helped :thumbsup:

I am no longer afraid of the Radian :) lol
 

Jessica61624

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MustangMama said:
Victory! The hardest part was fitting my hand through the belt path to undo the crotch strap. Thanks for the tip on using the splitter plate! That really helped :thumbsup:

I am no longer afraid of the Radian :) lol
The trick is to fold the radian and you'll get way better access to the crotch strap. I cannot fit my hand on the belt path.
 

HaileysMommy

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MustangMama said:
Victory! The hardest part was fitting my hand through the belt path to undo the crotch strap. Thanks for the tip on using the splitter plate! That really helped :thumbsup:

I am no longer afraid of the Radian :) lol
Yay!!!
 

ninejr

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Jessica61624 said:
The trick is to fold the radian and you'll get way better access to the crotch strap. I cannot fit my hand on the belt path.
Why didn't I know this trick! The next time I wash my radian covers will hopefully be easier.

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