How do you convert the Maclaren Global Buggy to a buggy? There are so many snaps I cant figure out what snaps to what.
I would really really like the user guide but Maclaren says that they don't have any since they don't make that stroller anymore....help.
Under the foot **** there is a bunch of fabric. Take that out pull it over the top of the bar and snap to the side. One the Top there is a piece that is tucked behind the back of the seat at the top. unfold that and snap each side to the side of the stroller where the sun shade is. Then snap the sun shade the outside of those snaps.
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I have the 2004 Global stroller and always stuffed that fabric under the seat. It does come out again though. I remember looking at the booklet and it didn't say anything about where to put it. I can look again and repost if I find anything new.
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.