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Hi there, I have noticed that my chassis is bent on my chameleon after only 6 weeks of use. It makes it difficult to hook the rain cover on one side. Who will service/repair in Australia? Would this be a warranty issue?

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Bugaboo has a 2 year warranty provided you have your documentation IE a dated proof of purchase. I'm assuming you did not buy it in Australia. The question that will be asked is how did it get bent? I'd like to know as well as they are a strong frame but the center hub it all pivots around needs to be looked after. Try emailing lisle@karlisles.com.au he'll put you on to the closest place to return it. They don't repair they just replace it with a new one. Karlisle's Pty Ltd
2 Haran St, Mascot.
NSW 2020 AUSTRALIA
Ph: 1300 308 435
Fax: (02) 8079-6859

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