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Hauck turbo plus carrycot system, how do you assemble to frame?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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on the top rim of the carrycot, hidden by the hood, there is a button each side, press these at the same time to release the carrycot. It should then lift off.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
I have the same problem with a Phil and Ted's Sport - but I believe I have the solution as below. This is taken straight from the Instruction Manual which you can view at: http://www.arango-design.com/Phil-Teds-Sport-Buggy-p/7890-0001.htm - towards bottom of page is a link to the instruction manual - which I was unable to get on the Phil and Teds website. Got this today but haven't tried it yet. Hope this helps.
Really becomes clear when you see the pictures in the instruction manual.
The sport hood is packed disconnected.
1. Locate sun hood and hold it facing down, as shown ‘a’.
2. Insert crimped wire ends into frame, through eyelets, ‘b’.
3. Lay hood back (to top of buggy).
4. Locate red coloured pocket at top of fabric seat and insert rear hood wires into each side, ‘c’ and ‘d’.
5.Open hood and attach domes, at bottom of hood, to main seat, ‘e’.
6. Pull eyelet at top of hood over pegs on each side of frame, ‘f’
Note that the windows in the hood are lined with a sun mesh of
a lower shade factor than buggy fabric. Always use sun cream
and clothing for protection of children in direct sunlight.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Hi new frame should be ok, the only frame that is different is the older 2005 frame, if you remove your seat unit and check the posts on your seat unit (the bits that slot onto the buzz chassis) if they are both the same and have rounded ends then this is the older model and wont fit the newer frames, but if one of the posts is rounded and the other is shaped like a turret then all the frames 2006 onwards will be ok. :)
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
This is a little difficult to explain in text, but here goes..
Recline the seat unit to it's lowest position.
On the arm rests of the pram, there is a piece of fabric covering each arm, these are attached via press studs, undo these and fold them backwards onto the seat area.
This will reveal a plastic hook underneath, these are folded down and need to be raised upwards.
Next, get the Ventura carseat and ensure that the handle is in the carrying postition (i.e facing upwards). On the base of the carseat at the back (directly underneath babys head) there is a distinct cut out shape that will fit snugly onto the bumper bar of the pram, place the carseat on top of the pram (so it is positioned on the seat facing you) and push it down gently. If this is the first time that you have done this, the material may be quite plumped up so you may need to push a little harder.
At the base of the carseat handle either side, there is a button (this is used to adjust the handle position) push these buttons down at the same time and move the handle backwards (away from you) until the handle makes an audible 'click', this means that this has now secured onto the plastic hooks that you first exposed on the arms of the pram.
This should now be securely fastened onto the pram.
I would also suggest that you visit this website as per the link below and download the user manual for the 3D so that you have this is picture format in front of you.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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