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Quinny Buzz Jogger Folding System

The screw, located on the underneth side of the front wheel frame, that holds the black lifting mechanism bar in place, came loose. When I try to screw it back into place it works and seems to be held in place tightly. However, I can't get it back to its original position, ie the washer should fit over and into the two little holes in the frame. I can only get it to within approx 1cm to this point. The black bar doesn't go back into the frame any further.

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Before you play with it any more be aware that Quinny frame has a 2 year warranty. Avoid damaging your warranty and contact the retailer.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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How do you fold a quinny buzz?the instructions dont help!


position the pram so the front wheel is facing you,put your feet either side of the wheel to stop the wheels moving

push the two grey button that are on either side and as you push the buttons pull down the frame towards you.

hope this helps.

Mar 07, 2010 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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I want to turn a Quinny Buzz 3 wheels into a Buzz 4


try contacting the parent company, Dorel. In the uk you can call customer services on 01842 763 281 or email through the www.dorel.co.uk website under contact us. They may sell you a front bar for a Quinny 4.

Jul 15, 2009 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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Unable to fold and front wheel keeps sticking


Hi Kelly,
Over the years we have seen customers having trouble folding the Buzz. Mostly it's a combination of factors that make a Buzz a bit stiff.
Most important is that the main silver central tube must be clean and preferrably lightly lubricated. (Put some WD40 on with a rag.)
The second point of attention is the grey release knobs: Remove (blow out) any sand or debris and spray in some WD40. Especially the knob on the left that is slide-push needs this attention. (Left-right viewed in the driving direction.)

These grey knobs have to be pushed firmly to properly fold the chassis. (The left one is first-slide-then-push.) When it folds and gives a loud 'clack' you didn't push them in far enough. We know from experience that this sometimes remains difficult for some customers.
Later revisions of the Buzz have slightly larger buttons that are somewhat easier to operate.

Your front wheel probably needs some care. At the side of the black plastic front 'fork' that holds the wheel you will find a small hole. Rotate the front wheel until you see a small button come by. Push it with a pointed object. (A small screwdriver will do)
You can now remove the front wheel from the black front fork. Clean the internals and lubricate, preferrably with a teflon loaded grease or teflon spray. (Spray is less durable than grease)
This will take care of your steering problems.

Alternatively you can have a look at the Quinny Buzz All Terrain wheels. It's a sturdy drop-in replacement for the original wheel:
http://www.babycare.nl/quinny-buzz-all-terrain-voorwiel-p-1819.html

Please contact us through the contact form on our website if you need further assistance.

www.Babycare.nl
Erwin de Raad

Jun 23, 2009 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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Front wheel conversion


Go to this link for Quinny Parts and you can either fill out the form or call them directly at their 800 number shown.

http://quinnybaby.com/info_replacement_parts.asp

I hope this was helpful, DutchTexan

May 28, 2009 | Quinny Buzz 3 Sulphur Jogger

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Main frame and worn wheels of the quinny buzz


This happened to my wife the other day, I found that the main pivot bolt had pulled through the plastic pivot/collapse assembly. This part is rivoted to the frame so without drilling it out and replacing with an ugly nut and bolt you will have to source a new frame. I got mine from Ebay, I found someone selling lots of quinny buzz bits and asked if he still has the frame he said yes but the handle bar no longer extends (Hence im on here looking how to swap the two), Problem solved!

I also found out from Quinny that the Buzz has a 2 year manufacturers warranty, where Motercare insisted it was 1 year, so dont let them fob you off.
Hope this helps
Chris.

May 18, 2009 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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Required side folding right hand mechanism


Go to this link for Quinny Parts and you can either fill out the form or call them directly at their 800 number shown.

http://quinnybaby.com/info_replacement_parts.asp

I hope this was helpful, DutchTexan

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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!

Feb 06, 2009 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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Attaching the basket underneath the pushchair


try removing the front wheel by pressing the two black dots either side of the tubular frame and sliding the wheel out. then slide the metal end of the basket up the groove under the front tubing.the two velcro straps fasten to each end of the back axle. (the basket should have the quinny symbol on the underside)

Nov 11, 2008 | Quinny Buzz Jogger

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