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Bugaboo Chameleon's Handelbar

We seem to have pulled down the handlebar so that it is level with the wheels and can't pull it back up again. The internal switches that usually asllow us to lever the handlebar seem to be locked and we can't currently use the pram. We are also having problems removing the carrycot - can anyone help?

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  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    The carrycot tips and wobbles up and down like a seesaw. I think it should be rigid?

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If your stoller is still under warranty, Bugaboo will replace it and send you a new chassis. However, they will require the serial number printed on your current chassis.

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CONTACT BUGABOO

PHONE: 1-800-460-2922
E MAIL: service@us.bugaboo.com
WEB SITE: WWW.BUGABOO.COM

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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