The sliding tray is not my problem...The tray that is just above where the babys legs slide in is my problem. It looks as if this part can come off somehow...maybe there is something I don't realize i can do. I looked underneath and it looks like this part may slide out, but I can get it to budge. I am to the point of breaking this part off. There is really no reason it should even be there unless the infant is a NEWBORN. I have such a tough time getting my son in and out of it, and he is most definately not over weight. It just seems that any high chair would pretty much be "convertable" so you can pick your child straight up instead of sliding them through a mess of food...and possibly a dirty diaper...yes it happens alot. I am a first time Mom and will never buy another high chair that is not completely "convertable" so to speak. Hopefully you guys can help!!!
I know that part comes off because that is the part of my stroller that is missing and its not broken off. I think you push the little tiny buttons on the front at the same time and pull up. Hope this helps.
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With the seat unit face down push down inside the lower leg unit with a screw driver, The white button should pop out. If it does not either the button is stuck or the locking splines on the outer sides of the button unit are not sliding freely into the spines of the outer ring. When you push down with the screwdriver your force only pushes the back of the button unit. It is the inner spring that has to move the white button and the locking splines so any burrs or roughness can stop its movement.
I can't get my First Years Wave stroller to fold close. I have handle positioned down along with back wheels. Then slide red button, pull on handle/lever thing, but it doesn't fold the legs down. HELP PLEASE!
The quinny speedi should come with the adaptors to fit the bassinet (the quinny dreami) Once you remove the pushchair seat unit by undoing the clips and undoing the velcro the fastenings you then need to remove the 2covers or bumper bar(depends on model) above the quinny logo on the pushchair frame. You do this by pressing the silver buttons to release them and then they should slide off. You then replace these with the adaptors for the carrycot. These slide into position until you hear a click. The carrycot is then place onto these(again it will click on) parent facing. To remove the carrycot you then press on the silver buttons on the carrycot unit and lift off using the handle in the carrycot hood.
Hi, it is a pain, but basically there are two black blocks near the feet area slide these out first, half fold the pushchair down (the handles down to the feet) and then slide the covers down and then shimmy the covers off, the covers basically have rods sewn into the sides that slide onto a groove on the frame.
if it's the silvercross pop,put the back poles in first then the leg rests the button bits go in the holes,then the cover goes round the front of the pole to attach the slide on bit then the popper then put the hood on.
Go to www.evenflo.com. Click on your product at the top and then on the right side there is a "related link" for product instructions. You will need your Model # and Manufacture date (which is on the seat of the Exersaucer). Then it will list all the parts available for that product. Almost all the way down is a pdf version of the instructions that you can download for free. I used it and was able to assemble my Exersaucer to the 3rd stage. Good Luck!
try removing the front wheel by pressing the two black dots either side of the tubular frame and sliding the wheel out. then slide the metal end of the basket up the groove under the front tubing.the two velcro straps fasten to each end of the back axle. (the basket should have the quinny symbol on the underside)
To order a replacement tray, call this number, 1-800-328-7363. You'll need to give your stroller model number (located on a white sticker behind the rear left leg) and the manufacturing date (in your manual). Don't worry if you can't find the manufacturer's date. I didn't have mine and that didn't present a problem.