1° Inspect Mi-Ni-Wa-Gon as often as possible (belts, tires, handles).
2° Fasten firmly children with both seat belts.
3° Push Mi-Ni-Wa-Gon in
the center of the sidewalk (as far as possible from the borders of the
sidewalk), do this to prevent flipping, this could cause major injuries.
Place ajustable handles at a comfort level for the kindergarten worker, this
will make Mi-Ni-Wa-Gon for enjoyable to push and could prevent injuries to the
5° Do not overcharge Mi-Ni-Wa-Gon.
6° On slopes,
always be sure to be able to stop if necessary.
7° Always keep in mind that
the security of the children and yours are in stake.
8° Once a week, inflate
tires to keep them hard.
1° Once a week, inflate
tires to keep them hard.
2° Store Mi-Ni-Wa-Gon from weather hazards when
it's not used, this will prevent color changing of the cover when exposed to
sun, rain and snow.
3° Check seat belts; replace them if necessary.
Grease all the ball bearings when necessary.
1° Unscrew the bolts
2° Adjust the handle bar to your convenience
3° Tighten firmly the bolts to ensure security of children and kindergarten
Tires and air tubes
1° Tires and air tubes are easily
replacables after having the wheel taken off the fork. Take the air off
completly form the air tubes.
2° Unscrew the bolts keeping the two sides of
the wheel together; you wil notice that the middle splits in half.
new tires and air tubes (never put in place old tires and air tubes)
air tube in the tire and reassemble both sides of the wheel while making sure
that the valve comes out of the hole made fo it.
5° Put some air in the tube
and tighten the nuts holding the two sides of the wheel together. Make sure that
the air tube isn't stock between the two metal pieces, then put air int the tube
until it's hard.
N.B. For a better proficiency, all four Mi-ni-Wa-Gon
tires must be inflate to become very hard; if not the multiplace stroller will
be harder to push and could cause perharps injuries to the kindergarten worker.
It is highly recommanded to inflate tires each week or when necessary.
Change ball bearings
1° Unscrew bolts off the wheel.
a hammer and a punch inserted in the hole of the wheel bar at the opposite side
of the ball bearings, hit gently on the punch while going around the ball
bearings. Take the used ball bearings off and relace it with a new one.
Be suke to fit the new ball bearings in it's right place at the side of the
wheel. Then, it is suggested to place a piece of wood over the ball bearings so
you won't scrap the ball bearings while putting it back in place.
gently on the wood piece until the ball bearings is well set in place.