Question about Bugaboo Frog Stroller
I just purchased a Bugaboo Frog. In unfolding the chassis, I follow the instructions below. After I hear the click on both sides, I notice the handlebar can still be moved slightly in the other direction. Does this mean the handlebar is loose or may present a problem? Please advise.
"To unlock the handlebar, pull the two release knobs towards you and lift. Do not press on the handlebar while pulling the knobs. 2 Release the knobs and raise the handlebar to the position shown in Diagram B until you hear a click on both sides."
I had the same problem... the handlebar would 'un-pop' and shake around a lot making the whole stroller unsteady. I started to get all upset and worried about sending it back but i decided to clean it first. After using the silicon spray from the maintenance kit on the joints of the stroller IT WORKS LIKE NEW! yay! Try this before assuming its broken :)
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
If you continue to hold the release knobs toward you, you can reverse the handle bar completely to the other side. If you release the knobs as soon as you hear the click, the handle bars should lock into place, although it isn't as steady as it should be. It could be a little shaky, but shouldn't move the other direction if the release knobs aren't pushed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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