I have been given buggy but no instructions, as the previous owner has left the country I cannot work out how to collapse and unfold the buggy. IT was given to me already collapsed so I desperately need to know how to unfold it.
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To fold the buggy, it is necessary to operate both a primary lock, and then a secondary lock. Start by making sure that the front swivel wheel is locked. Operate the primary locking device by pulling upwards on both of the plastic tabs located on the side of the handle arm just below the foam handle grip. Begin pressing downwards so that the pushchair begins to fold. Next, release the secondary locking device (raising the bar located lower down on the left-hand side) and continuing pressing downwards on the handle bar until the pushchair is fully folded. The handle bar can then be folded inwards to the maximum, by pressing simultaneously on the adjuster buttons on either side. Finally, with the chassis laid down, lock it into its folded position by closing the folding latch operated on the side.
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Ya you can contact britax directly and they will be able to help you. Or if you live in London there is a company called buggy pitstop that does repairs and cleaning on all different brands of pushchairs, they are very good.
Although I cannot locate the instructions in an electronic format, looking at the image I would suggest that it may be the following:
Down the right-hand back leg of the stroller, there is a horizontal peg sticking out, push this down with your foot, this will then allow the pram to be pushed forward (away from you) and then folded. You should have a locking device on this to keep it closed. If the locking device is on now (an it's already folded) don't force it as you will break it.
I would ALWAYS recommend that you contact the supplier for advise also.
If you go to a local baby shop and ask them to take a look this will help, although I seem to remember that this folds and opens very similar to the Maclaren Techno XT.
First attach the long belts to the bottom of the chair. Then feed them through the seat cover and replace the cover. Feed the belts through the back of the chair (through the required shoulder height) and attach to the metal harness at the back of the chair. The folded over edge goes on first, so make sure you put the right belt on the right side! Finally, feed the padded shoulder straps through the same hole as the long belts at the to of the chair and that's it!
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I will try to explain this best I can without actually having it in front of me. First off, start on one side or the other, doesnt matter which, take the top of your foot and pull up on the metal supports on the bottom of the back side of teh seat. You want to pull up in the center, under where the plastic "step" looking piece is. repeat this on the other side. Then you will push down on the littel lever that sticks out of the right side of the buggy. This releases the lock. Usually, you will then have to pull up again with your foot in the same place as before and push the handles of the stroller forward. The buggy should collapse. You may try some 3-in-1 oil, silicone spray or Pledge furniture pilish on the lever and "joints" to make it fold a little more smoothly.
Push the button in on the top of the handle, as if you are adjusting the height of the handle. At the same time, push the button where the handle goes in and keep pushing the handle. The pushchair should start to collapse. There's a catch on the right hand side near the front that keeps it folded together.
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