My brother has given me his quinny buzz pram/pushchair combi. Great pushchair to be given, the problems are that the main frame collapses on the right hand side when you push down on the handle to scale a road curb or simply to turn the push chair 180 degrees. I have looked at replacing the frame with a new one but the cost is too high. Does anyone know how to fix or where I can get a used frame with wheels/tyres if poss
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Hi, to fit the footmuff, you need to undo the straps which can be done right at the top shoulder bit. Once this done you then thread the harness through the side holes on each side of the footmuff, then through the top hole & re-attatch harness to pushchair. All that is left to do it push the **** strap though the bottom of the footmuff. Hope this is of help to you. Regards Marie
This happened to my wife the other day, I found that the main pivot bolt had pulled through the plastic pivot/collapse assembly. This part is rivoted to the frame so without drilling it out and replacing with an ugly nut and bolt you will have to source a new frame. I got mine from Ebay, I found someone selling lots of quinny buzz bits and asked if he still has the frame he said yes but the handle bar no longer extends (Hence im on here looking how to swap the two), Problem solved!
I also found out from Quinny that the Buzz has a 2 year manufacturers warranty, where Motercare insisted it was 1 year, so dont let them fob you off.
Hope this helps
if you phone dorel they will talk you through what to do, i sent them my frame Quite cheap to post, i used make shift box and removed the wheels etc, and they fixed it and posted it back to me..problem solved phone number is 01842763281