I had this same problem with a tag sale PegPerego Tender stroller. If its like mine you push the red button on the handle and twist it, and then step on the gray level on the lower left side near the hinge,
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When folding the Vibe some important things to remember are that the handlebar must be in the most upright position (perpendicular to the ground), nothing can be below the rear axle level (ie. lift the basket up above this) and the front single wheel should have the side with the attachment bar on the outside.
The fold locks will not engage if everything is not in the correct position. If everything is in the correct position the fold locks will easily engage/disengage. If everything is NOT in the correct position the fold locks will not engage and should not be forced.
Put handle bar in upright position.
Undo the side lock clips. Then you lift the red lever on the side to start the fold. Fold so that the pram front wheel and handle come together.
As the pram folds ensure basket is above rear axle and the front wheel has the attachment bar on the outside.
When the pram is fully folded you can fold the side lock clips back in place.
This is relatively straight forward.
Stand behind the pram, pull both triggers on the handles, and then pull the handle loop at the back of the pram which will then enable you to push the pram dowards and fold.
Practice a few times and you will be perfect within a very short time.
If you try this without the seat/carrycot on the chassis to start with, this will be much easier.
Stand in front of the chassis, with the front wheel between your feet.
Push the left grey button down, and slide then pull the right-hand grey button. Whilst both buttons are depressed, push the chassis downwards towards the floor using your whole body weight. Then just check that the handle bar is at it's lowest height at this will make the chassis smaller for the carboot.
Depending on the chassis type you have, you will either have a grey lock that will keep the chassis closed, or a black nylon strap that will need to be clipped together to keep this closed.
Just practice a few times and you will get it.
Press the central red button on the handle and twist on the twist grip. Place your foot on the horizontal bar (that the basket is attached to) and push down on that at the same time as pulling upwards on the handle, until the chassis is locked in.
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Stand slightly to the left of the pram, but have the handle bar (with button depressed) in your right hand. Have your left hand on the black cuff (on the left hand leg of the chassis)
In one movement, push in the button on the handle (with your right hand) and move downwards, whilst pulling the cuff upwards (with your left hand). Do this quite firmly and the pram will then collapse. Make sure that the handle is in the lowest position after folding, ensuring that the pram is as small as possible.
Hi, I have just bought second hand the exact same pram. You have to push in the red button in the middle of the handle, then turn the handle down towards the floor. By putting a little pressure on it it should now start to fold down. Hope this helps.
I have my own dilemma though. When the carry cot is on as a forward facing pram, does the seat unit come off that you use for the buggy?