I HAVE A BEBELOVE DOUBLE JOGGING STROLLER THAT I PURCHASED 3 MTHS AGO AND ONE OF THE REAR WHEELS WAS BUMPED BY MY CAR AND IT BROKE OFF. I CAN'T FIND ANYTHING ON GETTING REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THIS STROLLER. CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE TO LOOK OR WHO MANFACTURES THESE STROLLERS SO I KNOW WHO TO CALL? THANKS SO MUCH FOR THE HELP!
I have a problem with my rear wheel. I lost the black round support that goes between the shaft and the wheel. Maybe we can make one good stroller out of two of these. email me at email@example.com if you can sell me the support or if you want to purchase the wheel.
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if it is new that equipment should have been in the package
if the retailer offers to sell it as an extra, get it from some else and make sure that the extras are in the price
ring the manufacturer and as if the extras are part of the deal or get the extras from them
do you still need this? First un-velcro the bottom storage basket in the back, by the back wheels, take off all the wheels ( but its not necessary, but it does allow it to fold more compactly) Then undo the front thumb tabs where the front wheel is. (mine has 2) This should allow it to collapse forward. Last fold it in half, bringing the front wheel prongs to the handle bar. Sometimes the fabric gets caught a little, so just make sure its not catching at the place where it folds. Here is the owners manual too,,,
If I can get enough interest I will be parting out my stroller, which has a bent shaft and one broken wheel, I cannot get ahold of the manufacturer either and would love to help out other people who are as frustrated as I am , either way if I replace the shaft I will have to get a whole new rear end so I dont mind selling my wheel. :) send me an email if you are interested, firstname.lastname@example.org
Not sure how different this one is to ours but we have an older Dreamer Design double stroller and down by the front wheel there are two black plastic clips that you pull upwards while at the same time pushing two small depressable "buttons" that are in line with the main bars coming down towards the front wheel... once that's done you lift and push backwards at the same time, the whole stroller frame will move backwards (oh brake has to be on) and then once those main bars are free you can pull the frame towards you and then double it over back on itself...the rear wheels pull out by pushing the centre button and pulling on the wheel and they you're able to put it just about anywhere...hope that helps...Rob
Look at the front and find the 2 black buttons at the middle of each side. There may be a 3rd button on the side of the black handles as well push all 2-3 at the same time and the stroller folds in half with the handle going toward the rear and meeting the front wheel. If it seems stuck simply use a bit of WD-40 to loosen it up. Good luck!
Well, i'm not positive in this, seeing how I never had kids, but while jogging are you pushing down harder on the stroller? or you could look for smaller wheels to put it on, but then again you might have'ft to bend over to do it, and if the handle which you push is tall that has to do with force viberating the stroller
Problem suggests that the stroller needs a good servicing.The equipment is now being operated ignoring the safty standards and may turn out dangerous.It is recommended that you may get a authorised service engineer to look into the problem.