The Graco Modes is a stroller that can be used for children of any age, but it does not come with instructions on how to remove the modes! The first time you try to remove the modes, you will likely spend hours or even days trying to figure out what you are doing wrong. This blog post will show you exactly how to remove the Graco Modes on a stroller in less than 5 minutes!
Steps on How to Remove the Graco Modes On a Stroller
Step one: Remove the seat from the stroller. This can be done by removing two bolts under each of the footrests and then tipping it back into your arms to remove it. Alternatively, if you have a newer Graco Modes with a handlebar that rotates when you push down on it – just rotate this until the seat comes off!
You will see four screws in total here which need to be removed for step three. Do not worry about switching them around! They all fit back together either way as long as they are correctly screwed in (which is why they do not come pre-assembled).
Step two: Once you remove both sets of bolts and take out your seat, you need to unscrew the metal plates that are holding it in. There will be four screws on each side of your seat, so eight in total (two under each footrest).
Step three: Now you must remove the Graco Modes head support and canopy from its plastic housing. You can do this by taking out all six screws along the top edge with a Philips-head screwdriver.
Step four: The final step is then simply sliding off your handlebar! This varies slightly depending on which model you have, but it should come off easily either way if you pull up towards yourself when removing it.
The steps above detail how to take apart a Graco modes stroller, however, they also apply to any other stroller that uses the same setup. By following these simple steps you should be able to remove your Graco modes in no time at all!
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Step one: The first step is to lift the foot brake bar on your stroller. This should be located somewhere near where you would push down to move forward when walking with your baby in their seat.
Step two: After this, pull back on the handle of your parent console until it snaps off completely from its base and removes it from the stroller frame by sliding it outwards away from yourself. Now that we have removed our parent console, let’s get started removing our front wheel!
Slide open both locks for the swivel wheels and carefully rotate them downwards towards yourself so that they are flat against the ground. At this point, you can now slide these wheels right off of their axle.
Step three: Finally, leave the swivel wheel locks in their open position and remove your stroller seat by lifting it upwards away from yourself. Once you have done this, lift on the fabric of your canopy until you can locate a zipper sewn into its underside. Unzip this part while simultaneously removing it from its current location for safekeeping so that we don’t lose track of where everything goes when reassembling our product.
Now that we’ve finished taking apart all components of our Graco modes, let’s go ahead and take a look at how to put them back together again! The first step is going to be reinstalling those swivel wheels right onto the axle.
Once you’re finished, align the canopy and then snap it onto its respective slots.
Next up is putting our seat back into place by first taking out your newly installed swivel wheels as well as those decorative sidebars. Now slide them directly underneath the bottom of each leg until they click into their proper places.
The final step in reassembling your Graco modes stroller will be to put on that new fabric cover we took off earlier. We’ll want to start with where the tailgate would normally rest, inserting it right above these two front legs before zipping down both sides.
Once this part has been finished, we can take a look at how far along we’ve come by giving our stroller a once-over and make sure that everything is adjusted correctly .
How to fold up a City Mini stroller
The City Mini stroller is a compact, lightweight option that’s easy to store and travel with. It also features an adjustable handlebar which makes it suitable for people of different heights.
To fold up your stroller, start by releasing the latch on the side opposite where you want to fold it. With this done, lift on the back end until one side locks into place.
Then repeat this step for the second wheel before squeezing both sides together using force from your hands. And finally, give it another tug upwards to make sure that everything has gone as planned!
Once folded flat, release any straps or drawstrings if they are currently holding anything in place so things don’t get jostled.