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Re: Bugaboo Gecko Carry Cot
Before you put click the seat unit on, ensure that both of the upright prongs (black) are pointing directly upwards. Click on the seat, this should then be completely horizontal (ensure that you hear both sides clicking onto the frame) Once the seat is on, then adjust this to the normal/required postition. I hope this helps.
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I fix Bugaboos in New Zealand but I have no idea how to fit the rain cover! You can download the manual from www.bugaboo.com or better yet google they are a valet and service agent in London for Bugaboo's get their number and talk to them on the phone.
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The large white square buttons have to be pushed inward to release the seat / carry co, the side opposite the brake lever has a small safety switch that has to be slid forward before you can press it in. If it's still stuck use some silicon spray to lubricate the buttons than use brute force. I man is useful for this *-)
you have to remove the seat cover first than attach the car seat bracket on the pushchair and the carrycot just goes on top easy. If you ever need any spare parts for your baby jogger go to www.buggypitstop.co.uk I think they are the only place in the uk you can buy spares from. May be useful to site to store in your favourite if you ever need spare or repairs.
Run your hands from the carrycot carry handle downwards (do this either side of the hood) until your hands are at the bottom. You will find a small (silver I think) button either side, push the buttons down toward the floor whilst someone else gently pushes the hood backwards. Once you have done this a few times, you will soon figure out that you can push one button, and then the other, leaving the other hand free to lower the hood.
Watch the video, "bugaboo assembly" on youtube. The trick is getting the buckle over the silver pins. You actually have to bend the frame to secure the strap then pull out the frame so it is straight again.
I always clip mine onto the carry handle bar that goes across the carrycot, that seems to work quite well, as it is directly above the baby. Although i hardly use it at all, as the carrycot has a hood and apron that give almost complete coverage to baby.