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Hi Undo the popper on the shoulder harness pad. Slide the pad down the length of the shoulder harness strap. Unhook the metal D ring. Feed the short length, low down anchor point back in behind the seat fabric. Bring the longer length, higher up anchor point out at the desired height. Re-attach the D ring. Adjust the harness straps accordingly. Slide harness pad back up shoulder harness and re-attach popper.
To fold down a Tracker City, firstly make sure that the front wheels are locked into fixed, non-steering mode, and that the adjustable-height handle is in one of the middle positions.
Look at the twist-grip in the middle of the handle. Press the button and simultaneously twist the collar in the direction of the arrow. The chair should begin to close at this point.
Next, find the secondary lock device, which is operated by means of a lever/tab on one side of the handle. Pull this upwards, tilt the chair forwards and continue the closing action until it is fully closed.
Align the front wheel using your foot, if necessary, to prevent the rear wheel from hitting it. To store the chair, fold down the height-adjustable handle.
Don't forget to keep the pushchair well lubricated, preferably using a silicone spray.
Why not ask firstname.lastname@example.org for a user-guide for the Tracker City?
the first large hole to the bottom of the footmuff is for the **** pad
you will then need to remove top section of straps from the pram which is a slide clip then remove the strap covers
at this point you can push the straps in the two lower slits at about bottom height
then you will need to put the strap covers back on
then fit through either the first or second slits in the cosey toes (depending on height of child)
attching he straps back to the pram and you are ready to go
also most quinny prams have 2 levels which the shoulder straps can be attched
i hope this helps x
What year is your Volo. Different years adjust differently. The newer ones have 3 height adjustment slots and a slider that adjusts the strap itself. They do not adjust way down though and even with teh straps as tight as they will go, they are still a little loose on my 15 month old granddaughter. I have found that buy tightening the waist straps it does keep her a little more secure.