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I own the graco coach rider stroller which is a 2 in one where the seat can be facing away or towards you when pushing the pram, i am unsure of how to do this i have a manual but it only shows how to put the pram together.. hope you can help :) cheers

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Well my super mother came home and 'whalla' she simply put her hands where you would fold it down and on the carridge /seat is 2 white hand slots where you simply lift up and it unclicks the carridge away to turn it around then put it back in place:) how simple..

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