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Rear foot brake

The rear foot brake bar has plastic casings on either side which hold a metal pin which, when the brake is engaged, then slots into the grooves of the wheels. One of these plastic casings has split which has made the brake unreliable. I'd be grateful if anyone knows of a (UK based) solution.

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Seems to be a problem of this pram :( let me guess.. left side?! *g*

we just fixed it with cable strap (i can upload a photo if you need).

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Fig. Fig. 1: Drum brake adjustment

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