Question about Quinny Buzz Jogger
I have a quinny buzz that is about 1 year old. There is some resistance when closing along the main shaft as compared to a brand new quinny. Should I oil it with WD-40? There is also some scratching there.
Secondly, when I close, I get the same click sound described by several people on this forum. I assume it is the left and right buttons fully engaging (I must be holding them close but not quite all the way.) Do I risk damaging the mechanism if I continue to force this clicking sound?
This could be the hydraulics starting to give up. if so then WD40 will not work as it is the gas cylinder inside which is causing the resistance.
Quinny will repair frames for £30 if you return it to them (UK) and they'll deliver it back for free. Just ring Dorel and they will assist you.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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