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I need to know where the footrest springs connect on a Lane Recliner. Both springs broke and I have new ones. Footrest will not stay up.

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These will let you know the closest; website: http://www.quinny.com/ Tel: 01842 763281 email: repaircentre@dorel.co.uk Hope this helps :)

Posted on Jul 06, 2007

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Hi just today i tried fix that. i opened lock parts. there are parts which are broken. no chance to fix that you need to change all frame. otherwise use screw and screw thru plastic parts to be in one position for good.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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What brand is it? Look up that company online or contact them by phone. Most companies should have replacement parts available if the stroller isn't too old. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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Hi you could try Karlisles Pram Fix in Sydney. They do most Stokke parts. You can order parts for interstate via email and phone. There details are at:

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info@karlisles.com.au

They also might be able to refer you to a local supplier in QLD.

Hope that helps.

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