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How do i get the seat of to wash?

Just got a maclaren quest, and the seat needs cleanibg, but dont know how to get it off.

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  • agmcnaughton Dec 18, 2007


    its the unclipping of the seat cover im unable to do, i had a maclaren that was clipped with screws but this one is clipped with somting else, ive tried alan keys but nothing is working.

  • dervalc Dec 10, 2008

    And what about the hood? that's the worst bit of mine.



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I was able to find an online instruction manual for this stroller. From that manual, I was able to find the following instructions for removing the seat for cleaning.

Remove hood from stroller if fitted.
A Twist shoulder strap end buckles and feed through holes.
B Feed waist and crotch straps through holes.
C Unclip seat cover retaining straps.
D Unfasten seat fabric from handle tubes and seat base.
E Slide fabric from seat back and base.
F When refitting seat fabric, insert seat back support tubes
into fabric slits.
G When refitting seat fabric to seat base, loop fabric flap over legrest
strap and pass crotch strap buckle through both holes in seat fabric
and then hole in seat base.
H When refitting shoulder straps, twist buckles and feed through holes."

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

  • chri5b Nov 24, 2010

    On step B, you have to feed the ends of the shoulder straps through all the holes. Its not possible to detach the waist straps from the frame of the stroller.


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Hi i have the same buggy, on either side you will see clips, the fabric just pulls over them and then u pull it off the top and finally the seat part, straps all go through the holes, i've washed mine dozens of times.

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