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You will need to recline the main seat unit fully (undo the zips on the inside of the seat unit) and attach the toddler seat on top (with two right angled connectors put into the slots where the bumper bar clicks).
With this setting, you will be able to use this for a toddler and newborn.
hello i had this problem to i just went to the local hard ware shop with the toddler seat and found a bolt to fit through it and then got some wing nuts because i lost the knob aswell this works fine but i am goin to take the bolt to the lawn mower shop and get a knob to fit the bolt
HELLO ARE U SURE U GOT THE WRONG ELBOW JOINTS BECAUSE I THOUGH THAT WHEN I GOT MY ELBOW JOINTS BECAUSE THE SEAT WAS BIGGER THEN THE FRONT OF THE BUGGY BUT ALL I DID WAS PUSH EACH SIDE OF THAT SEAT TOGETHER ITS A BIT HARD TO PUT ALL TOGETHER. I THINK ALL THE ELBOW JOINTS ARE THE SAME (NOT 100% SURE)
You need to push the red buttons underneath the seat. This releases the seat's connection on the back bar. Next sort of wiggle the seat until you can push it forward and then separate the seat from the frame. Then to collapse the frame, look for the piece half way down the frame that looks like it can slide. Slide the pieces up (on both sides of the frame) until you can fold the frame in half. It is still pretty bulky. I dont think the seat part collapses any further.
Hope it helps.
Put the seat in first (upside down, with the back of the seat facing up). Then put the collapsed chassis (with the large rear wheel taken off) on top of the seat. Make sure the front wheels are facing up. The handle bar goes towards the skinnier part of the travel bag.