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Clip to keep a quinny pram frame folded down- i have a quinny pram with no clip used to keep it safely folded while its in the car boot - i'm worried it will pop up while i'm driving - please can anyone tell me where I can get a spare or something else i can use to secure it

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Hi you can use a velcro stap to hold it together or Dorel may sell them.

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Quinny buzz clip to open missing


Hi Ellen

The transport clip is a safety measure to ensure the chassis remains closed in transit - like when it's in your car boot, to make sure it doesn't unfold while you're driving. It is available as a spare part item, RRP 10GBP (full info can be found on our Note for Buzz spares)

The click noise you hear when you unfold the chassis is not related to the fold lock. This is a safety measure designed to warn you not to continue forcing the chassis open as the locks are not completely disengaged ready for the chassis to be unfolded. By forcing beyond this noise you may cause damage to the fold / unfold mechanism. If you hear the click, allow the chassis to fold again and try again. Ensure the button is fully depressed / the other side button is fully pulled forward before attempting to unfold again and you should not hear a click. If you do, it would be advised to book the chassis in for inspection & repair required.

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How do you put quinny zap adapters into the frame?


if you are wanting to put the adaptors on the pram to use the mai cosi car seat then you put the adaptors in where the pram goes in the holes if the pramseat is in already you see the silver bits at either side of the pram hold them in and lift the seat then put your adaptors in and clip the car seat to the adaptors once on its stable hope this help s

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Can't fold pram


Hi, I believe you activate the folding mechanism by pushing down on the two grey rectangular plastic buttons on the black side hubs (at the mid point of the pram).

In any case you can download the complete instruction manual for the pram for free at http://www.freebabymanuals.com/quinny/prams

Hope that helps.

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Once I've folded my phil & ted vibe (in single mode) the locking clips won't fold into place (I've used as much force as I dare -- worried I might break the clips if I try any harder). This makes it...


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.

Folding:
  1. Put handle bar in upright position.

  2. 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.

  3. As the pram folds ensure basket is above rear axle and the front wheel has the attachment bar on the outside.

  4. When the pram is fully folded you can fold the side lock clips back in place.

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Should the carry cot piece have the two metal parts on it to clip into the frame of the pram?


Good Afternoon

The Quinny Dreami pram body attaches onto the Quinny Buzz chassis using the two plastic adaptors included with the Quinny Buzz purchase. Replacement adaptors can be ordered via your Quinny retailer.

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I cannot fold the pram. Please help as the instructions are not helping me :(


Hi,

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.

I hope this helps.

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HOW DOW I ATTACH THE BRACKETS FOR THE DREAMI ON TO A QUINNY SPEEDI


Unclip your arms and fold your pram down, once the pram is half folded at the hinge point you will see a little push button push this in and slide the inside part up towards the top of the pram, this will remove the case then you just click your brackets in. If you go to the Quinny website you can download a manual which has pictures.

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In the middle of the underneath of the pushing handle, below where the hand brake lever is there should be a button. If there is, this is what you do.
1) put the foot brake on so the rear wheels wont turn.
2) unclip the clips on the frame that allow you to adjust the height of the pushing handle, they open up, and leave them open, like this the handle you push the buggy with should slide up and down.
3) pull this handle out to its tallest position
4) Hold the handle and press the button mentioned at the start in and hold it in
5) Then quite quickly push the handle down as though you were either pushing it to lower its pushing height, or shoving it away in a temper. It needs to be a firm and quick movement.

Ta da!! After a couple of tries it should click and fold up.

I hope this helps.

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Quinny Buzz Frame Problem


Try contacting them directly!
This may be a manufacturing problem that they are not aware of !
Click on the link below.Copy and Paste your problem into the email if you like.

http://www.quinny.com/quinny/forms/contact.aspx?mode=contact&language=nl-nl

Hope this is helpful.
Good Luck!

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