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Everything comes off m ine for laundering but the sunshade:) Mine must be a different model year because I don't have red buttons on the bottom. The ones under the seat are used to turn the seat around:)
I believe that near the handle bar on either side there is plastic tubing over the metal section. You pull the plasticy bit up towards the handle bar - one has a metal lever under which you release (lhs I think) this then splits the side bars into 2 parts and in theory it drops down neatly
well it looks to me u need a new tv....all the details u give are pointing that ur picture tube is gone.....but call LG help and costumer line and ask them......u may get away from it to get a new tv make sure when u get a new plasma to extend ur warren tie to a max o 3 to 5 years and if this would happend u get it repaires for free.......cost for a new screen app 1000 to 1500 dollars
Underneath the backrest there is two red buttons, squeeze these together and slightly lift the seat assembly, you will probably have to unsnap some off the button snaps that hold the covers on. The front of the chair sits on a couple of tabs that will intern be the tabs for the rear of the seat once you have turned it around.
It's a wheel alignment issue - I had the same issue & my husband fixed it. Try removing the front wheel & reattaching it. If that doesn't solve the problem, keep adjusting the front wheel slightly until the stroller no longer veers.
Our stroller had a similar break, just below the 'pivot point'. I have been in touch with Zooper directly (Dan Slaughter - email@example.com) and had a new piece shipped to us in Toronto for about $20 American. Removing the old piece wasn't too bad, but I did have to drill out the old rivots. I am however having problems reinstalling the new piece, because of the wires contained within the steel frame (which allow the folding function). If you can do without the folding function, you're laughing. That's what I'm considering doing. Hope this helps.