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A screw is missing from my maclaren buggy

Its a screw and nut,located towards the bottom of the buggy,just above the footrest.it holds the 'criss-cross' part underneath the seat together,so the whole thing is folding without it!where can i get a new 1??

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Hi,
I had this problem and just went to my local diy shop and they sold me a nut, bolt and washer. You just need to make sure it'll fit in the hole. Cost me 15p!

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