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The stroller seat is critical to the function of the stroller and the comfort of its passenger. This guide explains how to repair or replace a seat that has been damaged during folding or through use.

Unsnap the six buttons holding the storage basket under the seat. Unsnap the six buttons holding the storage basket under the seat. Unsnap the six buttons holding the storage basket under the seat.
  • Unsnap the six buttons holding the storage basket under the seat.

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Unsnap the “Child Tray” by pulling outwards on the plastic connectors on either side of the stroller.  As you pull, lift upwards to completely remove the tray from its connection to the stroller’s frame.
  • Unsnap the “Child Tray” by pulling outwards on the plastic connectors on either side of the stroller. As you pull, lift upwards to completely remove the tray from its connection to the stroller’s frame.

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Remove the "Parent Tray" by pulling outwards on the plastic connectors on either side of the stroller.  Lift straight up to remove completely.
  • Remove the "Parent Tray" by pulling outwards on the plastic connectors on either side of the stroller. Lift straight up to remove completely.

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Unscrew the three, 14mm Phillips #2 screws on the outer frame of the stroller and repeat for the opposite side. Remove the plastic washers that come off with the screws. You may have to fold the stroller, then flip it over to access the screws on its underside.
  • Unscrew the three, 14mm Phillips #2 screws on the outer frame of the stroller and repeat for the opposite side.

  • Remove the plastic washers that come off with the screws.

  • You may have to fold the stroller, then flip it over to access the screws on its underside.

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Unscrew the two, 14mm Phillips #2 screws on either side of the outside frame near the foot rest.
  • Unscrew the two, 14mm Phillips #2 screws on either side of the outside frame near the foot rest.

  • Remove the plastic washers.

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Unscrew the two, 14mm Phillips #2 on the underside of the seat and repeat for the opposite side of the stroller.
  • Unscrew the two, 14mm Phillips #2 on the underside of the seat and repeat for the opposite side of the stroller.

  • Remove the plastic washers.

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Unscrew 14mm Phillips #2 screw on the underside of the stroller and repeat this process for the opposite side. Remove the plastic washers.
  • Unscrew 14mm Phillips #2 screw on the underside of the stroller and repeat this process for the opposite side.

  • Remove the plastic washers.

  • These plastic washers are circular to better fit around the frame. Remember that these locations require the circular washers.

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Pull the cover down the metal frame to reveal a 14mm Phillips #2 screw on either side of the inside frame.
  • Pull the cover down the metal frame to reveal a 14mm Phillips #2 screw on either side of the inside frame.

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Unscrew the 14mm Phillips #2 screws located under the cover on either side of the inside frame.
  • Unscrew the 14mm Phillips #2 screws located under the cover on either side of the inside frame.

  • Remove the plastic washers.

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Using the spudger, pop out the small, white ball that's on the underside of the plastic part of the frame.  Repeat this process for the opposite side. Brace the spudger against the frame—it will provide the extra force needed to pop the white balls through their holes. Brace the spudger against the frame—it will provide the extra force needed to pop the white balls through their holes.
  • Using the spudger, pop out the small, white ball that's on the underside of the plastic part of the frame. Repeat this process for the opposite side.

  • Brace the spudger against the frame—it will provide the extra force needed to pop the white balls through their holes.

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Place the metal spudger between the plastic connector and the metal frame of the sun shade. Use the spudger to pry outwards on the plastic while simultaneously pulling straight up on the metal frame of the sun shade.
  • Place the metal spudger between the plastic connector and the metal frame of the sun shade.

  • Use the spudger to pry outwards on the plastic while simultaneously pulling straight up on the metal frame of the sun shade.

  • Repeat this process for the opposite side to completely remove the seat.

  • Use one hand to brace the frame of the stroller by firmly pushing down on the plastic part of the frame.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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