Question about Quinny Buzz Jogger
I tried wd-40, and jiggled the little grey button a bit and it finally loosened and then the wheel locked into place.
Posted on Dec 12, 2007
LOL, just got a Zapp, and didn't know the rear wheels came off at all (we've been using it for a week), so I had to go see if ours came off... Yes, they do come off, after you push a square grey button next to each wheel. Which then remains pushed in, and doesn't lock the wheels anymore! However, I did manage to re-lock the wheel by simply pulling the grey button back out with the wheel in place. I was able to grab it with my fingertips, but you could also use a needlenose pliers. Haven't fallen off yet! HTH.
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
Hi, I had similar. Actually if you release the black block underneath by unscrewing the lateral screw. Be careful as their is a spring underneath the black block. Having removed all of this, push the grey button up from underneath with the wheels push full on. This will lock them, THen keeping them pushed full on, replace the spring, black block and lateral screw. This worked for me. Seems bad as a work around but it does the trick.
Posted on Aug 31, 2007
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