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Opening the Quinny Buzz

I have a 2006 Buzz and I am having difficulty opening it. I can no longer tap it open with my foot, I have to use both hands and pick it up and jolt it open. It makes a loud click when it opens. Does anyone know how to fix it so I can use the easy open mechanism again?

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It sounds like your gas is running low. if you registered with Quinny when you bought it they will fill this up for you free of charge, best to contact them on their website.

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