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Quinny zapp bar keeps dropping

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
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  • mamto4girls Aug 26, 2008

    Hi, I have exactly the same problem! Please let me know if you get any help as I really don't know who to contact or what to do about it! Hope we find a solution soon as it drives me simple!!!! Thanks

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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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Here is the US distributor of parts for all Quinny Strollers...
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Canton Commerce Centre
45 Dan Road
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(781) 364-3100
(800) 544-1108

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