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No you cannot........umbrella strollers are for toddlers aged 12 months and up. A 5 month child cannot sit upright to begin with. If you are flying, then request for " Bassinet Seating".....these are the front rows of the plane which have place for bassinets to be installed in which your child can sleep during the flight. Also my best suggestion would be to carry your baby in a baby sling or backpack carrier as these may help you carry baby quickly through an airport while in transit. hope this helps!
I have an LX III Sit and Stand Stroller and the bench seat for the rear standing child broke. It is the plastic piece that holds the bench on that broke on one side so my child cannot sit on the bench anymore.
I have the same problem, the airline broke ours the last time we flew. I just found on Graco's website that you can order replacement parts. Here is the link, http://www.gracobaby.com/store/order/default.asp?N=10418+10413+10421&Ne=11
You'll need the model number and serial number. I found ours on a sticker under the footrest. For our stroller it's $19 plus shipping for the front wheel assembly.
Hope this helps.
I have seen this problem before. If the wheel was accidentally crushed or bent while still on the stroller, it may have become bent. This has also occurred while checked on a plane. If the stroller is still under 2 years old, bugaboo will usually replace the piece. If not, most bugaboo retailers sell replacement wheels. You can contact bugaboo here: bugaboo.com
I have same problem... I took the main bolt out that holds the plastic pieces to the metal frame, that holds the wheel assembly on that side. I pulled it off and found that the aluminum frame had actually ripped, broke a metal section off under the plastic area... Looks like the frame would have to be re-welded to function again... Take that area of your wheel apart, and see what is hiding beneath the plastic covering... Good Luck...