Just bought the jogging stroller. Took the first one back because there were broken parts.
Now this one has brakes on the rear wheels that drag. It starts off smooth and then the brake slowly drops down onto the wheels making for a rough ride.
I'm sure an elastic strap would fix the problem, but it seems silly to have to develop a rig for a brand new product.
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Kindly follow the steps below on how to fold the stroller:
Use the ball of your foot to push down on the brake lever, located near the rear wheels of the stroller. Gently push on the stroller to confirm that the brakes are set. Grip the front edge of the stroller's canopy, if present; pull the canopy back towards the rear of the stroller.
Push the tabs securing the ends of the harness straps to the harness buckle. Pull the straps aside and remove the child from the stroller.
Kneel down next to the stroller's front wheels. Locate the locking mechanism set in between both pairs of front wheels. Use the locking mechanism to disable the swivel feature on the front wheels.
Pull the stroller's seat back down to the lowest position; some models may feature locking mechanisms located on the sides of the stroller or built into the handlebar. Lift any latches securing the sides of the stroller in place.
Push the handles of the stroller downward. Push the rear section towards the front of the stroller until the device is fully folded. Clip the storage latch located on the side of the stroller to the side of the handlebar.
If I can get enough interest I will be parting out my stroller, which has a bent shaft and one broken wheel, I cannot get ahold of the manufacturer either and would love to help out other people who are as frustrated as I am , either way if I replace the shaft I will have to get a whole new rear end so I dont mind selling my wheel. :) send me an email if you are interested, email@example.com
Schwinn and InStep are two of the leading brands for Jogging Strollers. Inline with their products are the Juvenile Sports, Bicycle Child Trailers and Jogging Strollers suitable for kids and infants.
Usually the frames, tubes, tires, wheels, fabric and hardware are replaceable on our strollers. Different models might have different parts that can be replaced. You can order replacement parts by calling the Customer Service Department at 800-242-6110 and speaking with a representative.
You can also check out this web site for more places and information on parts: http://www.1st-babies.com/joggers_strollers_trailers/Where_Do_I_Get_Parts_For_A_Schwinn_Jogging_Stroller.shtml
On my stroller there is a little plastic piece just above the front wheels. If you push it to the left it will lock the wheels. Push it back to the right to unlock the wheels. You may have to push a little hard to move it.
I have a problem with my rear wheel. I lost the black round support that goes between the shaft and the wheel. Maybe we can make one good stroller out of two of these. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can sell me the support or if you want to purchase the wheel.
good luck finding one. Mine also broke and I called Bell to see if they have these poarts available. As the stroller is no longer in production, they have no parts available. I found a used one in a Goodwill-type store and am currently using it for spare parts.