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To fold a Rversus chassis, first make sure that the front wheels are locked into fixed/non-swivel mode. In the middle, between the handlebars, is a primary lock handle with a red button. Press the red button and simultaneously lift the handle. On the left-hand handlebar is a lever or tab which operates the secondary lock. Pull upwards on this lever. Finally, with the primary lock handle still raised, simultaneously pull upwards on the primary lock handle and push downwards on the main handle until the chassis locks into the folded position. Full operating instructions for the Rversus, with diagrams, can be obtained from email@example.com
First, make sure that the adjustable-height handle is in one of the middle positions. Find the twist-grip in the middle of the handle, press the button and turn the collar in the direction of the arrow. The chassis should start to close. Next, find the secondary lock, on the right hand side, and press down on that and lift the handle bar. Keep pushing the handle forward until the chassis is fully folded.
If your Tracker has an adjustable handle, ensure that it is in one of the middle positions. On the central twist grip, push in the red button and turn the grip in the direction of the "FOLD" arrow. The pushchair should now begin to open. Placing your hand on the side moulding, pull on the handle until the primary locks on both the left and right hand sides engage with a click. The secondary lock should automatically engage. Find out more by obtaining an instruction manual from firstname.lastname@example.org
To unfold the Raider, first press the red button in the middle of the handle and then twist the twist-grip in the direction of the arrow. Once you've done this, keep it twisted while you place your foot on the horizontal footplate. Once the chassis starts to open, pull sharply on the handles until both the primary and scondary locks engage. Make sure that the red latch is not visible, and check the security of the primary and secondary locks by gently pulling on the handle and pushing on the left and right mouldings.
Yes, the same hood is used for both the carrycot and the pushchair seat, the hood's bayonet clips being inserted into the relevant slots. Instructions for chassis and seat unit can be requested at email@example.com
Remember, though, that "Adventure" is actually a fabric range as opposed to a model type!
Press the central red button on the handle and twist on the twist grip. Place your foot on the horizontal bar (that the basket is attached to) and push down on that at the same time as pulling upwards on the handle, until the chassis is locked in.
You can obtain instructions for your Raider AT by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, There should be a grey button on the side, press it to lock the wheels if i remember correctly. on the main body of the pram (big plastic bit) where the handle goes into the body, not down at the wheels
Hi, I have just bought second hand the exact same pram. You have to push in the red button in the middle of the handle, then turn the handle down towards the floor. By putting a little pressure on it it should now start to fold down. Hope this helps.
I have my own dilemma though. When the carry cot is on as a forward facing pram, does the seat unit come off that you use for the buggy?