Broken tongue on the Radian's harness

cookie123

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Is there any chance they will want to give me a new seat? Like maybe it's too old to replace? Ha, ha.

DD1 said the tongue broke off Matt's seat. And guess what? She's been using it like that for 2 days. At least that is what she admitted to. I swear I don't know what the He** is wrong with her.
 
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Pixels

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The tongues and buckle are replaceable, even on old seats.

Could she maybe mean the chest clip? Or some of the plastic on the buckle? I can't see how the metal tongue could break off.
 

cookie123

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The tongues and buckle are replaceable, even on old seats.

Could she maybe mean the chest clip? Or some of the plastic on the buckle? I can't see how the metal tongue could break off.

How could they be replaceable if the harness isn't?

She said the buckle tongue, but I suppose she could have meant something else. I better check. I told her to switch it out for my Radian which is in her dh's truck, bring it in and tomorrow we'd give them a call.

Unfortunately tomorrow she'll be sleeping. And when she gets up, I'll be at work. Well, she could take care of it on her own, but probably won't.
 

Pixels

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Unthread the harness. Slide chest clip off harness. Slide buckles off. Same procedure I have to do to take the cover off.

The harness on the old ones is not replaceable because it is permanently attached at the hips. The rest of it comes undone.
 

cookie123

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Oh dopey me! What was I thinking! Well anyway we'll probably deal with it tomorrow since I'm at work and it will be too late to call by the time dd gets up.
 

cookie123

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OK, finally got a look at the seat! It WAS the chest clip, so that's easy. Does anyone have one? Or is the best place to get it off their website?
 

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