The bar between the handles of my zapp clicks when i open the buggy as if to lock but then jsut drops and bends, no support in it at all, pulling it up does nothing, it wont click into place. can i repair it or would it be cheaper to replace it
It sounds like you put too much weight on the back of the buggy - handles at some point.
This happened mine too. it clcks into place but it doent stay up.
I looked intogetting it repaired but it cost too much - in myopinion
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The Zapp Xtra is a lightweight, short wheel base chassis and the addition of a buggy board may make it unstable and likely to tip. In addition please remember the maximum weight limit for the Zapp Xtra and do not exceed this with the combined weight of the 2 children. If you choose to use a buggy board Quinny do not accept responsibility for the performance of the Zapp Xtra or any damage done to the chassis caused by the buggy board.
We do not produce a buggy board and we do not advise that non-Quinny accessories are used with the product.
We would not advise the use of a buggy board to a Quinny Zapp Xtra as it is a very lightweight unit and the use of a buggy board would change the centre of gravity, making it more likely to tip. In addition you may be tempted to load the pushchair with more than the 15kg maximum weight recommended.
View your User Manual for more in depth information about using the Quinny Zapp Xtra http://www.quinny.com/~/media/Quinny/Product%20content/Manuals%20and%20instructions/zapp%20xtra/MAN_DRU1089B13_Quinny_Zapp%20Xtra_V1_2013_ENFRDENLESITPTKOPLELRUCS.pdf
Quinny must advise against doing so. The Quinny Zapp is a short wheel based, lightweight stroller and the addition of a buggy board may cause it to become unstable and likely to tip. Quinny must advise against the use of non-Quinny products in combination with any Quinny model as we have not safety checked the combination and cannot guarantee how the Quinny will perform. You do so at your own risk.
First make sure the brake is on. There are two round Grey buttons, one on either side of the frame (about halfway down) they should have a small red triangular numbered sticker above them (1 & 2) Stand behind the pushchair where the handles are and press the left one in (that's number 1) and gently fold the frame a bit but not too much! Do the same with the right one (number 2) when the frame starts to fold in bend the bar down that sits between the handles and place your foot on the Grey pedal located at the bottom of the frame in between the brakes (number 3) and slide it towards the front of the pushchair, as you do this the whole frame should close up.
I find to fold it, I place my foot on number 3 and push a little then press number 2 and 1 and the same time and fold the seat unit. Then just push down ontyo it untill t is fully folded. I find it to difficult to press 1 then 2 then 3 - 3 always gets jammed if i follow their instructions.
To unfold pull number 3 untill it clicks then nfold seat unit an click the middle handle - hey presto buggy shuld work :)
i thk the instructions tey give a more work than needed.