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The park brake cable looks very similar to a bicycles brake system.
Buy a spare bicycle inner cable of suitable length and then cut to size.
Or else take your pram to a cycle shop and a smile will probably get this fixed...
Re: Baby Jogger Broken Footrest
I just had this problem on my Baby Jogger City Versa. I had to get creative as both buttons were missing. On each side there will be two open slots. You can use a flat screwdriver on the side without a button and insert the screwdriver into a slot and push til you feel it go in, while pushing the button on the other side. You will probably need someone to adjust the footrest while you hold both sides in. It's a pain but it will allow you to get it in the position you want. I'm looking into whether I can get replacement buttons but haven't found anything yet :( Hope this helps!
This pushchair looks like mine and Iam selling the bit"s for spares as the chassis is broken ,I have a set of staps in good condition if your interested ,I am in York 01904637432.(there black in colour).
You convert the Rversus in to pushchair mode by unclipping the bumper bar then taking the bumper bar out of the boot end fabric. Tuck the boot end fabric under the footrest and attach the bumper bar.
You can obtain instructions for this pushchair by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
THe Mountain Buggy is very simple to fold. Level with the footrest, there is a black plastic button (either side), these simply push toward the back of the pram and hey presto! The pram will collapse. To make this as small as possible, keep the front two heels on swivel so that they tuck neatly underneath and the handle bar adjusted to the lowest position.
If you recline the seat fully and fold the footrest up, then take off the canopy and put in on backwards, you can lay your baby down (almost) flat and it will be as if you were pushing a pram-style carriage. The stroller frame itself does not change (as with the Pliko Switch); you just reverse the canopy and lay the baby down so that his/her head is where the feet would normally go and his/her feet are where the head would normally go. This set-up looks especially cool, in my opinion, and you can look at your baby while strolling.
If I haven't done an adequate job explaining, there is a website that has pics of the stroller with the reversed canopy. I can't remember the exact name of the site, but if you google "strollers and prams + Pliko" you should be able to find it. Good luck!