We have a red frog, I noticed the topic was for the Aubergine! But, anyways...
Just today I noticed that the right side of the handle bar gave alot more then the left! It happened while trying to get up a curb...I gently pushed down on the middle of the bar and usually the front wheels come up easily...but not this time! And that's when I noticed the issue with the right side of the handle bar! I'm not using alot of force at all and it still gives...
Any ideas what might be wrong!?
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Wheel replacement is not a safety issue unless they are effecting brake operation (unlikely) Front wheels are prone to loosing the locking tabs at the top (they are the perfect hight to be taken out by car bumpers etc), Other wise as long as they rotate without causing a wobble and the old style rear wheels are correctly inflated all is fine,
hi there this is a common problem with bugaboos and the official bugaboo stands is change the handleapprox £200.00 but if you go to www.buggypitstop.co.uk they will be able to fix it at a faction of the price
Stand behind the folded stroller, ensuring the handle is on the top of the stroller.
Bend down and place your hands on the handle bar, DONT lift the pram, make sure it stays on the floor.
Push the white button on the inside of the left hand side of the handle bar.
Pull both triggers (located inside of the handle bar) toward you and lift the handle up.
Stand up-right, and place your foot onto the bottom of the two axles which you can see in front of you (make sure that you have your foot on the axle which connects the two small swivel wheels).
Whilst you are standing, with your hands on the handle bar and your foot on the axle, push the axle out with your foot away from you and slightly upwards. This should open the chassis up-right. Please note that the chassis will appear to be unstable and move, this will stop the minute that you click on your carseat/carrycot or seat unit.
I hope this helps.
then, there are 2 knob, sticking out of the sides of the frame, about 6 inches below the handle, from the normal pushing position, hook yr fingers round them and slide them up the frame towards the handle
the handle will drop, then just up the frame from the cross bar under where the set is.
easy once you know how
if it still don't work, go to your local park and accost the nearest person with a bugaboo and ask for some help - there'll be hundreds of them!
I trust that you mean the waist straps? I would suggest that you contact www.bugaboo.com who will be able to assist you in purchasing these spares.
If the problem is with the **** strap or shoulder harness parts, you may have to purchase a new seat fabric.
I hope this helps.