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April 15th, 2010, 03:42 PM
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I'm wondering if the harness is getting caught up on something. It is quite possible if he's on the highest harness slot that he could be running out of length in the harness, but I'm thinking that's not the issue here. Can you double check to make sure everything is routed the right way, not twisted, and not caught up on something?

By the way, I see that you mentioned the seat height limit. You can disregard that stated height limit. For a rear facing seat, you go by the 1" rule to determine when a child has outgrown the car seat by height. There must be at least 1 inch of car seat shell above the child's head for them to still use the seat. If there is 1 inch or less, the seat is outgrown even if the weight limit hasn't been met yet. You can use this thread for a visual of how to measure 1 inch Car Seat.Org - Carseat, Vehicle & Child Passenger Safety Forums - View Single Post - How to tell if your RF seat is outgrown
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