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You need to get hold of a pair of adaptors - they are sold on Ebay. They slot into the Buzz frame and then the carrycot locks onto the adaptors. The adaptors work for the carrycot and the car seat. Search for quinny buzz adaptors and you will see what I mean!
The chassis must be fully opened out and the handle locked in position before the seat / bassinet frame can lock down on to it. The seat / bassinet frame is the safety lock keeping the frame ridged. You should see a square hole (made by two half squares from adjoining hub disks) at the top of the chassis hub assembly when fully open. A square pin under the seat frame must engage into it and the white release button must click. Your Bugaboo will not br safe unless this happens and you should contact the seller to help.
This is a tricky little bassinet to connect to the head and foot board. You should have 2
bolts that are double ended (one threaded one is like a nut with female threads).
These go thru the holes on the headboard and I think the inside (bassinet side) have little guides
or bushings that the bolts ride on. The bottom parts use barrel nuts and long (4-5") bolts. Carefull not
to overtighten these as they will break the wood. There is a small rod that is underneath that locks the bassinet in place keeping it from rocking. Again, they just changed this design and my description may not be exact to yours. I cant seem to find an online source for instructions and Eddie Bauer just went thru
a bankruptcy so who knows. Good luck
Yes you can.
You need a set of adaptors( the same ones as for attaching a maxi cosi car seat)
You remove the seat unit by unbuckling all straps and taking it off.
Then you then need to remove the 2covers above the quinny logo on the sides of the pushchair frame. You do this by pressing the silver buttons to release them and then they should slide off. You then replace these with the adaptors for the carrycot. These slide into position until you hear a click. They are marked left and right. The carrycot is then placed onto these(again it will click on) parent facing. To remove the carrycot you then press on the silver buttons on the carrycot unit and lift off using the handle in the carrycot hood. HTH
You'll have to undo all the velcro attachments as well as the tether that snaps together behind the foot rest then slide the seat fabric out from the frame. You'll then have to attach the bassinet to the same frame using the velcro straps.
While installing the bassinet fabric set onto the bassinet/seat frame, there are two Velcro straps that hold the bottom portion of the bassinet fabric onto the vertical connectors that attach to the chassis. You can find these if you follow the vertical connectors up from the ground (if the bassinet is sitting on the ground). They should be about 2 inches from the bottom of the bassinet on both sides. These Velcro straps hold the bassinet fabric onto the frame so the bassinet does not tilt. If these are fastened properly, and the bassinet is still tilting, you can take a photo of the problem and email me at email@example.com. I will take a look at the situation and try and help more.