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Help- wheel problem!

It seems one of my inflatable wheels has a hole or is defective b/c it is flat and will not pump up. Suggestions about a patch test or where to order new wheel would be great. it was bought only in june 2006

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It is the same as fixing a bicycle inner tube. We levered the tyre off ours with a couple of spoons. Took the inner tube out and partly reinflated it with a bicycle pump. Then dowsed the tyre in a bowl of water to see where the stream of bubbles came from. We marked the hole with a childs crayon, dried the tube, stuck on a bike puncture repair patch and that fixed it. Then checked the inside of the tyre, found and removed the thorn that was sticking through it that caused the puncture. Then replaced the inner tube, levered the tyre back on, pumped it up and away we went. Didn't take long and minimal cost.

I guess the problem arose because we did not notice that the tyres had lost their pressure and so were running flat. Motto - check tyre pressures regularly as you do with a car.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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Call or email the company. I had the same problem and they sent me a new inner tube for free b/c my stroller was still under warranty (yours should be too). I took the new tube and the stroller to a bike shop where they finished the repair for me for $5.

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Send the broken wheel to the company and ask for another. Look up their number on their website for bugaboo.com You might try a local bicycle store and ask them to repair your tire with the leak in it. It will be a lot faster than waiting for a new tire, and cheaper too.

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