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Tihten up loose parts

How do I tighten up the bar across the middle of the handles,as mine is slightly collapsing in the middle?

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  • dclarky Mar 03, 2008

    my bar has snapped any ideas how to get a new one???? email at [email protected]

  • Anonymous May 11, 2008

    my quinny zapp is a year old but i have only used the maxi car seat and the middle bar between the handles is weak and the whole frame is making alot of noise. any solutions

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Pull the bar towards you until the two joints click into place

Posted on Jul 30, 2007

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