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Re: adjustable belt behind the seat is broken
Yes! You absolutely can get any replacement parts. First you need the model number. The model number is located on the frame of the stroller on the right side just above the rear wheel. On some models, the model number will be found on a sewn-in labels found on the back of the seat. Once you find that, call Customer Relations, they can help. The number is 1-800-544-1108.. Good Luck.
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The Quinny Buzz 2007-2010 model requires two seat fabrics. One is thicker, more padded, for a newborn/smaller child and the other is a more canvas type fabric which allows more space for an older child (up to 15kg). You should have received both fabrics when you purchased the Buzz. If you need to buy a 2nd stage (also known as the XL) seat fabric you can do so via your local Quinny retailer or direct with the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. RRP is 40GBP for the seat fabric and if ordered direct there will also be 3.99GBP p&p charge. You slide out the thicker fabric from the sub seat (seat frame) and slide in the 2nd stage seat fabric.
Have a look on ebay, or go back to shop you bought from and ask them to order spare parts. some other baby shops will do this for you even if you didn't buy your item from them - so worth a try if original is not possible.
6 screws and one bolt hold the steering wheel on. The screws are obvious but to get to the bolt you need to remove the cover, it is directly above the steering wheel adjustment button, just pop it off with a flat head screw driver. then you can easily open it up and see what broke, call customer service and get the replacement part. I assume your cable broke...mine did too.
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personally i would go cut off the seatbelt off of another old stroller or swing or bouncer and sew it in myself lol I got my son the Urbini Reversi stroller and the Sonti car seat that goes with it and im sooooo happy with i can just pop the care seat on to the stroller and go with no hassle
The manufacturer will not say that your Graco seat will fit in their stroller safely, however you could try your Graco in it and see if you feel safe that it will not fall out or be pulled out by your toddler.
Perego prefers to market their items to go with their car seats only, but we have found that the Graco seats fit nicely in most strollers. You should hook the stroller harness on to the lap belt routing path on your car seat to ensure safest travel in the stroller.
This is exactly what my husband did to our powertwin just 6wks into using it he managed to twist it slightly back into position and it holds so we have just put up with it but my god was I pissed at him! I was told it could be repaired by replacing the seat unit by a local pram shop but this seemed expensive we have managed with it like this for a yr no problems hope this helps.