Question about Emmaljunga Coronado Stroller
I am looking for 2 (or 4) of the black metal brackets that join the frame at the base to the frame at the top - these are bolted into the frames, effectivly acting as a spring.
If someone has an old frame they may have them spare
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with a Phil and Ted's Sport - but I believe I have the solution as below. This is taken straight from the Instruction Manual which you can view at: http://www.arango-design.com/Phil-Teds-Sport-Buggy-p/7890-0001.htm - towards bottom of page is a link to the instruction manual - which I was unable to get on the Phil and Teds website. Got this today but haven't tried it yet. Hope this helps.
Really becomes clear when you see the pictures in the instruction manual.
The sport hood is packed disconnected.
1. Locate sun hood and hold it facing down, as shown ‘a’.
2. Insert crimped wire ends into frame, through eyelets, ‘b’.
3. Lay hood back (to top of buggy).
4. Locate red coloured pocket at top of fabric seat and insert rear hood wires into each side, ‘c’ and ‘d’.
5.Open hood and attach domes, at bottom of hood, to main seat, ‘e’.
6. Pull eyelet at top of hood over pegs on each side of frame, ‘f’
Note that the windows in the hood are lined with a sun mesh of
a lower shade factor than buggy fabric. Always use sun cream
and clothing for protection of children in direct sunlight.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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Posted on Aug 18, 2009
Ya you can contact britax directly and they will be able to help you. Or if you live in London there is a company called buggy pitstop that does repairs and cleaning on all different brands of pushchairs, they are very good.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
SOURCE: emmaljunga toddler seat
You can not get a manual any more as they are not made. They are releasing a new seat in Feb 2010. This works in an identical way so I have been told. I have the old seat. It is easy to understand how it is fixed, but I would have a strong man to help, it can be tough.
Step 1 : locate bumper bar and with an alan key undo the two black clips either side that hold it together. Remove bumper bar from pram, Keep the two clips on the pram with the opening facing up.
Step 2 : With your toddler seat you should have another two of these black clips, place these two on the pram in the same way, but as far forward as they will go.
Step 3 : On your seat either side of the black knob that reclines the seat you will find two holes, simply place the seat lined up with the clips, put the screws with the clips threw the clips and the holes in the seat place, put the other side of the screw on and tighten. Thats it seat on.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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