I had this problem too. Make sure the bottom isn't down when you're putting the walls up they lock when you pull them up.
I was in tears when I finally called my sister-in-law. I hope this helps someone.
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The Buzz you bought was fitted with a safety strap. If you stand at your buggy as though pushing it, on the left side of the handle just below where the top rails turns through 90 degrees towards the buggy, there should be a plastic O of a piece of tight bungee elastic that pulls out and snaps over a pin on the chassis when in the folded position. If this is not there then it has been broken off. I suggest you speak with Dorel UK 01842 763 281 (Mon ? Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm). They are the sole supplier of parts/repair for Quinny in the UK
I have the same crib. Babies R' Us do not sell the conversion rails online. You have to order them through Babies R' Us. They run $59.99 and it takes 7-14 days. It is standard metal rails. They told me I can go to any furniture store and buy the bed frame if I want to.
I did contact the manufacturer and they told me the same thing. It is not rails that are made specifically for this crib.
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Hi, I know it looks hard but It's really simple .just take out the screws that are on each side on the bottom and top 1 on the top and one on the bottom each side( 4 in total )(Sides not on the front) and that's it, the front part comes off and you save it for when you make the bed a full size bed wich that part becomes the foot board. Hope this information helps! Good luck!!
I own two of these strollers- but can't remember what side! haha.. anyways- I think the 'locking mechanisim" is on the right side. On mine- it's a big red "clip".. when the stroller is closed it will be located between two of the metal posts--- when you find it- all you need to do is press down on the side with the grooves- and it will spring the other side up off the clip and as you are holding it- you should be able to open the stroller enough that you can just grab the hand rails and pull it open and everything will 'snap' into place and you're off! Good luck!
I had the same problem with the pack & play that I used for my youngest. It turns out that the centerpiece (looks like an extra leg for support of the pad) needed to be pushed all way down, where the leg was resting firmly on the ground, before you lock the sides. When it was time to fold the pack & play back up, you have to pull the middle up first for it to unlock properly.