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Maclaren Twin Traveller Seat Problem

One of the seats on my stroller will no longer stay in the upright position on the recline settings. I cannot tell whether something inside of the recline mechanism has snapped, whether there is a problem with one of the springs, etc.

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  • lizzyh Oct 16, 2008

    Neither of the seats stay up. The previous owner took to using string!

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    where to buy a replacement

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I cannot figure out how to raise the seat of my jeep liberty terrain stroller so my son can play with the steering wheel when riding. I cannot get it out of the reclining position

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I purchased my stroller from ebay and one side of one seat would not stay in place it would only stay in the fully reclined position. I took it to a maclaren autorized stoller repair store and it was $37.28 to fix one bracket.

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