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Chassis won't lock into position

Hi - the frame of my cameleon won't snap into position.  When I lift up the frame by the handle, the front and rear wheel axles collapse towards each other, making me nervous that if I put my son in the stroller and need to go over a curb, the whole thing will collapse.

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Don't worry, this is normal. once you lock the seat into place, the front bar stays put, even if you hop a curb.

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