I have one of these and its pretty easy to fold down once you get the hang of it but your all not doing it properly!!
Kelvid123 yes your right but whilst pushing in the red button and turning the handle towards the floor you also have to pull up the plastic clip on the right of the handle where the ''black handle bit finishes'' Hope this helps your all :)
P.s When folding the pram backup please ensure that this clip then clicks back into place else you'll find you'll be pushing your little one around and it may suddenly start to fold down on its own!
Hi, I have just bought second hand the exact same pram. You have to push in the red button in the middle of the handle, then turn the handle down towards the floor. By putting a little pressure on it it should now start to fold down. Hope this helps.
I have my own dilemma though. When the carry cot is on as a forward facing pram, does the seat unit come off that you use for the buggy?
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Firstly, remember to lock the swivel wheels in the non steering
mode before folding chair.
To fold, firstly press the red button and simultaneously, turn the handle collar in the direction of the
"FOLD" and the chair will begin to close.
Operate the secondary safety device by pulling the plastic tab.
Tilt the chair forward and continue the folding action until the chassis is fully closed. Why not ask for a user manual at firstname.lastname@example.org
To unfold the Raider, first press the red button in the middle of the handle and then twist the twist-grip in the direction of the arrow. Once you've done this, keep it twisted while you place your foot on the horizontal footplate. Once the chassis starts to open, pull sharply on the handles until both the primary and scondary locks engage. Make sure that the red latch is not visible, and check the security of the primary and secondary locks by gently pulling on the handle and pushing on the left and right mouldings.
You fold the Raider by turning the twist grip in the centre of the handle down, this releases the primary lock on both sides. You then need to release the secondary lock which is located just below the rubber handle grip on the right side. If the secondary lock is not lifting, it may be that the rubber grip and moved down slightly, inch the rubber grip up and try the secondary lock again. You can obtain instructions by emailing email@example.com
To fold the Raider AT you need to turn the twist grip in the centre of the handle in the direction of the arrow. The secondary lock is located just below the rubber handle grip on the right side, slide this up. You can obtain instructions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
To fold a Bebecar Raider AT, first make sure that the front wheels are locked in non-swivel mode. Next, press in the central button and turn the twist grip at the same time. The chair will begin to close. Next, operate the secondary locking device by pulling on the plastic catch. By tilting the chair forward, complete the folding operation.
Full instructions can be provided by e-mail from email@example.com
When the Raider At is erected properly, the arm rests lock into position automatically. If you are unsure whether it is locked in correctly, please visit your local bebecar stockist or contact Bebecar direct on 01692 408807. You can obtain instructions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and twist the release button in centre of handle (twist towards seat), while simultaneously pulling up the secondary release on right hand side of handle (just where the rubber grip ends). There is a red dot on each of these so they can be identified.
We had the same problem a few months ago - hadn't used it in a couple of years - had to pull out the manual.