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Pram help
29-05-2006, 01:55 PM
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Pram help

Help I need to remove the seat from my pushchair but the straps are stopping me and I can't undo the straps as they are double stitched at the end look and won't go through the buckle. This is to stop the strap from coming out obviously when the babe is sat in it.
So what can do?! The instructions just say that it has a removable seat cover and that I can wash it in the machine.
There is probably a really simple way of doing this but my brain is mush and it's baffled me Huh

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29-05-2006, 05:25 PM
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Have the straps been hand stitched - that thread looks a different colour. Or can it just lift off now? If it says its machine washable it must be.

Do you know what make it is, if so find a shop that sells that make and see if they can help you or phone up the manufacturers direct - they could possibly send you an instruction leaflet or at least tell you what to do.

I think you should set up a Prenatal Bobski thread so we can all offer advice and answer your questions.
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29-05-2006, 06:17 PM
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Thanks Cat. No the stitching is well and truly done by a machine. I can't figure it out at all, but going to look at one in a shop is a good idea.
This is the one that I got from freecycle that stunk of fags and was covered in cat hairs. I do have the instruction book but it don't tell you how to remove the cover. Not sure how current the model is, been searching today online and not found it listed. A trip to mothercare is needed.
I should set up a prenatal thread lol! Starting with how to take a decent photo of my bump. I tried doing it through the mirror and it wasn't very sucessful

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29-05-2006, 06:50 PM
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Bob Wrote:Starting with how to take a decent photo of my bump. I tried doing it through the mirror and it wasn't very sucessful

Set the timer on your camera you daft pillock.

Come on set up that thread and get it stuckied.
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29-05-2006, 07:09 PM
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Cat Wrote:Set the timer on your camera you daft pillock.

Come on set up that thread and get it stuckied.

Idea good one, need to read the instructions, don't know how to do that!

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30-05-2006, 03:27 PM
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If it's like the one my grandson had you just have to turn the buckle sideways and it feeds through the slot Smile (Maybe from the back)

That may be no use whatsoever but I'm sure that's how I did it, not unstitching the straps. Wink
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31-05-2006, 09:35 PM
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Yeh Crit, I was the same with the kids car seats.
It says on the instructions that the buckle goes through but I had to be Uri Gellar to get the metal to go through.
Some heavy swearing going on when I had to wash those covers.

Oh I'm glad they are on booster seats now:w00t:

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31-05-2006, 10:07 PM
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I'll give this a try again at the weekend and if I can't I'll go into mothercare and ask how to do it

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01-06-2006, 05:14 PM
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Bob does the buckle not come off with the strap (I mean, the strap stays on the buckle, and buckle comes off pram)?

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01-06-2006, 07:11 PM
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mikado Wrote:Bob does the buckle not come off with the strap (I mean, the strap stays on the buckle, and buckle comes off pram)?

NO because the strap goes through a gap in the seat, I need to feed the entire strap through this to get the seat off, the only way the buckle can come off is over the double stitched end. Silly design

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