Using a baby stroller makes your life much easier when you have an infant or toddler. You can push the stroller to easily get your baby around, and there’s plenty of storage space for bottles, diapers, toys, and anything else you need with you on your travels.
If you’re wondering how to assemble the baby strollers, this article will teach you everything you need to know about assembling the parts of the stroller, so that it’s ready to go!
The first step in assembly is putting the tires on
Lay your stroller out flat. Remove both tires from their storage spots and place them on top of each other next to your stroller. With one hand, hold onto your tire; with your other hand, remove both air valves by twisting them counterclockwise and pulling upwards until they come off completely.
Slide one valve over each tube of the tire and make sure that they’re securely attached. This can be done by clicking them into place or by flicking them up towards yourself. Replace both tubes in their original slots and push down on each handlebar so that it locks into position. Make sure that all wheels are straight before beginning assembly!
The second step is connecting the frame
Start by lining up both wheel frames in front of you. The black axle should be facing toward you and there should be an arrow engraved on one side, with This side up printed below it. Find that arrow on both wheels. It should line up with each other and face away from you when both are sitting flat in front of you.
Now turn them 180 degrees so that both arrows are opposite of one another, pointing away from you. You’ll feel and hear a slight click as they lock into place. Keep turning until you don’t feel or hear any clicks—this ensures that nothing is misaligned or twisted. That’s how easy it is to get started!
The third step is fixing the seat
First, remove your seat pad. Then, if you have any screws holding on your seat frame, loosen them or remove them entirely (they’re probably Phillips screws). Place your seat-back frame over the top of your front panel so that all three bars are positioned vertically. You may need someone else to help you with holding it in place while you fasten it together. Once everything is secure and attached, put in your seat pads and make sure they’re comfy enough for baby!
The fourth step involves attaching the canopy and other accessories
1. Using your hex key, loosen four of the six bolts on each side of the stroller’s canopy attachment point. 2. Slide one end of each canopy support bar through its corresponding bolt on both sides, and then tighten all bolts with your hex key until secure. 3. Attach any additional accessories you purchased for your child’s safety (such as cup holders or extra storage pouches) onto their appropriate attachment points throughout the frame.
4. Take the baby stroller out for a test drive around the front yard; if everything is functioning properly, congratulations! Your baby will love you forever! If something appears broken or unbalanced during the testing period, use step two above to return the stroller (or individual part) back to the store for exchange/refund.
Putting baby in and taking him out of his seat
Whether you’re taking him on an outdoor stroll or transporting him around town, putting your baby in and taking him out of his seat will be one of your main tasks. The process can be awkward at first, but with a little practice, it should become second nature. In order to safely install and remove your baby from his stroller seat, you’ll need to take each step slowly and remember these tips.