Hi there's a place in america that sells replacement zip up foam covers for the Quinnys, do it in various lengths so you can also get one for your bumper bar at the front if thats a bit tatty as well. They are about £20 including shipping which is fairly reasonable considering how much the cost in the first place! Go onto ebay and look for 'quinny handle cover', and there's also companies on ebay that do replacement quinny stickers as well for a few quid as they wear so quickly.
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There really is no way of repairing the seat once it is torn. The only solution is to recover the foam underlay with a new seat cover. You should be able to purchase one from a dealership or off of the internet. As far as the installation goes: Take the seat off of the bike. Remove any seat brakets or anything you think will be in your way on the bottom side of the seat. Remove the old seat cover by pulling the staples out. If you are replacing the foam remove that too. Make sure the surface is clean before you start applying the adhesive for the new foam. I prefer spray adhesive. Its quick and I don't have to get it all over myself. Next, you will need some means of applying heat to the seat cover. A heat gun works the quickest but you can do damage with it if you aren't careful. Lay the cover down on a flat surface and make sure the seat is centered on the cover. You will want to use 1/4 inch staples or the like. Try to atleast match the staples you removed. Staple both ends of the cover to the seat, making sure its centered and tight. Now heat the middle of the cover and staple a mid point on either side of the seat. Start stapling from the mid point to the front on both sides. Alternate stretching and heat. You might have to remove some of your own staples to get the wrinkles out of the cover. Now do the same thing to the other end starting at the mid point. When you are satisfied, trim away any excess cover fabric that might interfear with seat hardware and fitment. Now reattach the seat and bask in the glory.
That cover doesn't come off - It's screwed (4) from behind. You have to take the upper trim piece off (and handle) to remove the bottom trim piece and access the subwoofer. If your sub is like mine, the foam all the way around the sub has torn away, making it rattle. There are only 4 screws holding the sub in place, and it's sticky taped to the wall, so you may have to pry it off. Hope this helps!
Paper misfeed in the Left Cover internal section (J20, J30, J40 to 45, J50, J52 to 56, J60, J61) When the paper misfeed has occurred in the Left Cover internal section, use the procedure below to clear it.NOTE: Supplementary Information The drum section inside the main unit is sensitive to scratches and contaminants. When removing paper, be careful not to touch it or scratch it with your watch, ring, etc. 1 Grasp the Left Cover handles to lift the cover and open it. CAUTION: The fixation section inside the main unit of the copier is extremely hot. Exercise caution in handling it to prevent getting burned. 2 Remove jammed sheets of paper carefully so as not to tear them. NOTE: If the paper is torn, be sure to remove all remnants or fragments from the cassette. 3 If the Duplex Unit (option) is installed, lift it up and remove the paper. NOTE: If the paper is torn, be sure to remove all remnants or fragments from the cassette. 4 Close the left cover.
i got back to the shop that i purchased the buggie from. They ordered new pair of handles. I also emailed maclearen to see if i can get other than foam handles. They said no can do. I think I will have replace them again. Not too happy that they have to replaced so soon only got buggie in April.