Question about Quinny Buzz Three Wheel Stroller
Quinny Buzz no longer automatically opens once clip is removed. You have to tug on it to get it up. It pops up after a "popping" noise. Don't want to break it.
If the Quinny Buzz is under 2 years old and you're in the UK please return to your retailer with proof of purchase and they will make arrangements for the chassis to be sent to our engineers under warranty terms and conditions for inspection / repair work required.
If it is over 2 years old, or you no longer have proof of purchase, and you're in the UK please contact the customer care team on 01284 413 141 Mon-Thur 08:30-18:30 / Fri 08:30-16:30 (Excluding Bank Holidays) to book in for chargeable inspection / repair work required. Standard cost is 39.99GBP for inspection and single repair and this does include courier collection and delivery.
If you are not in the UK please advise which country you're in and we can put you in touch with the care team for your country.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: quinny buzz
Tyres-press the light grey button on the chassis next to the wheel slot as you push on the wheel (this is also the button you press to release each wheel).
Opening it is easy - With Buzzwheels on the ground, remove safety hook (plastic loop on left side of handle fixed to peg inner left rear wheel) ten simple lift handle and Buzz frame should automatically pop up.
Closing takes more practice-put on brakes (press red foot pedal) stand to side of chassis and at bottom end of handle there are two large grey buttons. With left hand on left button push button forwards (ie direction of chevrons on button) then press in. At the same time push in right button with right hand. Whilst doing this you also need to push down and forad on frame and it should fold down. If you don't push buttons enough it can click. When folded remember to put on safety hook before transit, otherwise it might pop up on its own. Hope this helps. You can download the manual with instructions from Quinny website too if pictures are helpful!
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
SOURCE: how do you close quinny buzz
you need to stand at the front of the pushchair, push in the left grey button and then push the right one down and towards you all at the same time!! whilst doing this push the frame down towards the front wheel! when i first got mine had real problems figuring it out once you do its easy!! remember to hook on the safety catch though cause one touch of the handle and it pops open. i did read that in cold weather it can be a little stiff. not sure on the car seat though as didnt have one! sorry
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: Folding - Quinny buzz 3
HI, if it's the same model as I have: start with the frame facing you with the break on, you will see 2 long grey 'buttons' situated where the seat clips in to the frame. One of these buttons has arrows on it like this ^, this one you push in the direction of the arrows. The other you, simultaneously push in. You then push the whole frame down - this takes a bit of pressure. The whole thing should fold flat, you then secure it with the cable located near the wheel.
This sounds very complicated, it isn't once you've done it the first time - I hope it makes sense to you!
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
This does sound like you have got a build up of dirt within the wheel assembly unit. I would suggest that you remove the entire wheel (push the two black buttons either side of the axle and pull) then clean the entire wheel in warm water. Lubricate the moving parts with a thick lubricant (something like vaseline, not DW40 as this attracts dust) then pop it back on, that should sort it out.
If the wheel is still not working, then contact your retailier if still within warranty (two years chassis and one year fabrics). If this is out of warranty, contact www.quinny.com who will be able to sell you a replacement wheel assembly.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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SOURCE: Quinny buzz pushchair.
Yes you can, you need to get in touch with Dorel UK 01842 763 281 (Mon – Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm) They supply all the spare parts and servicing for the Quinny range.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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