I have lost my manual and need to removed the cover of the seat to wash it. It peals off the main frame fine but I cannot remove it fully due to the straps. please can someone tell me where I can download a manual or how to remove the cover and put it back on without comprimising the saftely of the chair i.e making sure the straps remain fixed how they should.
I had the same problem, the instructions tell you how to remove everything but the buckle located near the **** area.
To remove the buckle that's located near the ****, you stick your hand under where the **** belt is located and you'll feel the metal piece that keeps it in place, you can manipulate that to make it fit through the hole opening....and then it just simply lifts out.
Its hard to describe but I hope this helps.
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Re: removing maxi-cosi priori cover
There are 3 different Priori models - here is the link to the instructions and video for the Priori SPS;
if you have the Priori Fix or XP then go to this link and select them under "Car Seats". Also shows link for contact details for Maxi Cosi;
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The instructions for removal of the fabric can be found in the instruction manual. If you have lost your instruction manual please go to www.maxi-cosi.com and select the Axiss carseat to download a replacement instruction manual.
The Cameleon base frame must be fully opened and the handle locked for the seat frame to fully engage on the posts and the white lock buttons click out to lock position. www,bugaboo.com/userguides has manuals with pictures if your unsure.
If the frame still does not lock check the seat frame can side fully side down the posts and the stubs under the seat frame bracket can fit into the slots in the main frame hub. If this is fully down and seated then the lock buttons may be the problem. Bugaboo supply a small can of silicone spray in the maintenance kits that come with the strollers. What they don't tell you is how vital it is to use it regually on the main hub unit etc if you wish to get a good service life out of your Bugaboo. Give the whole area a good spay then wipe off the excess with a paper towel. Don't use oil based lubricants like WD40. Check my tips section for more info.
Hi Emily - You should never remove the harness from the carseat due to the safety implications of the harness being incorrectly refitted. To wash the harness straps please remove the fabric only and wash the harness in situ using a warm water solution with lemon juice and bicarbonate of soda to clean it up .
you need to replace glass or is it leaking if leaking then you have to remove upper seat belt covers pop off remove bolt 14mm and the trims on upper pillars pry off carefully held in by clips remove covers on interior light at front where sunroof switches are there are screws by bulbs disconnect connector remove center light cover and screws disconnect connector with clean hands remove rbber trim around sunroof opening and plastic cover on each side of sunroof glass held on with plastic screw clips then remove four 10mm nuts lift sunroof glass out of car remove cover and screws from rearview mirror all plastic trims around headliner move pass seat forward most and flip back rest all way down roll pass window fully down then slide headliner out of car now you can remove electrical connectors and remove water flow hoses from sunroof unit remove 8 12mm nuts holding frame to roof remove through door you will see the track sunroof slides on remove nuts along problem is silicone between track and frame is deteriorated lift track clean replace silicone reattach frame to roof dont put trims or liner in till test connect switches and glass to frame make sure sunroof works and closes fully then go through car wash to see if leak is fixed
First, snap out the black pieces that attach the cover to the seat with a pair of pliers or a kitchen knife. Then turn the seat over and remove the base by sliding out the metal rod that runs thru the base and seat. Then unhook the center buckle from the bottom of the seat and back up thru the seat.
Unhook the straps from the metal bar on the back of the seat and thread them back thru the seat. Be sure to remember the order in which you slide it thru the components so you can reassemble. It may be helpful to lay them out in the order you removed them.
Unhook the elastic bands holding the bottom in place and slide it over the top part of the seat and off the seat.
If you need to remove the top part and wash, remove the black pieces the same way as the bottom, unhook all elastic and slip it off the top.
I wash mine in cold water with mild detergent and usually let it air dry so as to not shrink it.
Reassemble by reversing steps.
you have to undo the 2screws each side to remove handle, and there are 2 screws on each side near footrest to undo. then it should slide upp the frame and off where the handle bar connects. sounds more complicated than it is should take about 10-15min. then the whole seat can go in the wash.
seat frame base is held to floor with four bolts, one in each corner. Begin by moving seat to the full forward position, remove the two rear seat frame bolts, they may be covered by carpet and plastic trim. Them move seat to full rear position and remove both front frame bolts, the seat will now be free to remove. Keep me posted