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It seems like the front wheel of the Quinney Buzz 3 stroller is always "stuck" and won't align properly in a straight position. Therefore, my stroller often times cannot go striaght/is hard to move around

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The cause for this is a build up of dirt and grime. Your Quinny Buzz should be regularly cleaned and maintained in order to keep it operating smoothy. We have a Handy Hint guide for cleaning of the front wheel of the Quinny Buzz 3 if you're in the UK follow this link: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.112250718852471.18255.104570846287125#!/photo.php?fbid=112250802185796&set=a.112250718852471.18255.104570846287125&type=1&theater

Posted on May 23, 2011

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Hi - If you're in the UK you can order from your local Quinny retailer or direct from the customer service department on 01284 413 141 Mon-Fri 8.30-4.30. RRP is 30GBP per rear wheel and 25GBP for the Buzz 3 front wheel. P+P would be 8GBP if ordered direct.

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Hello, I recently bought a quinny buzz 3 (second hand) and its very difficult to collapse the frame, but it's easy to open it back up. What would I need to do to fix the problem?


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It sounds as though you're not quite depressing the fold buttons fully when trying to collapse it, so you're pushing against the natural spring of the chassis which is making it difficult.

The Buzz is easiest to fold when you're standing in front of it. Either remove the seat unit, or make sure it is forward facing and in the upright position before you start. Swivel the front wheel straight and lock it into position. Standing in front of the Buzz, push the left side button in until you can't make it go any further, then roll the right button toward you as far as possible. It should only require a small amount of pressure to fold the unit, but remember, due to the style of the automatic unfold you are working against it to fold it up. If you hear any clicks, pops or creaks, don't force it as you'll break the fold knuckles.

If this still doesn't work, give the chassis a good, thorough clean to make sure no dirt or debris is causing the problem. Use a dry Teflon spray (found in the laundry aisle of most supermarkets) or normal furnature polish with a soft dry cloth and give the whole chassis a thorough cleaning. Then as you're folding it down, follow the black plastic down the central tube as it goes toward the front wheel unit to make sure its totally clean. This should make it smoother to fold.

Failing that, the product will need to be returned to the engineers for inspection - which country are you in?

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I would personally recommend the Buzz 4 front wheel as I beleive that this offers much more stability than a single front wheel. If this does not work out for you, you can always eBay it, it will sell within minutes!

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Go to this link for Quinny Parts and you can either fill out the form or call them directly at their 800 number shown.

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I would suggest that you completely remove the wheel (pinching the two black plastic buttons and pull it out). Fully clean the assemble and re-attach. Also, a good idea would be to lubricate the moving parts with a thick lubricant, such as vaseline.

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"Stroller pulls to one side:1. The stroller is sensitive to the air pressure in the tires. If the rear tires do not have equal pressure, the stroller will feel like it is pulling to the side with the tire with the lower tire pressure. Check that the rear tires have the same pressure. Add air pressure to a maximum of 25 pounds using a bicycle style hand air pump.2. The alignment of the front wheel of the stroller can also cause the stroller to pull to one side. The stroller is designed so that the front wheel can be adjusted to correct for any alignment problem. Page 3 of the instructions
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