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i am sorry you would just need to buy a new one as wheels are not the kind of thing that are readily available the only thing i could advise is looking on ebay for a broken stroller or keep your eyes peeled for any stroller with similar wheels because trust me there must be atleast 100 different strollers out there where the wheels will fit
If just tears in the handle rubber check out a local dive shop for the glue they fix wetsuits with. Most common brake fault is just a loose cable. The adjuster is at the bottom end of the cable. Just wind it out to take up the cable slack.
hi, the chances are you have a puncture os something sharp sticking into the inner tube inside the tyre, what you need to do is buy a puncture repair kit then using the repair kit you take the tyre off the wheel then take the inner tube out. now blow the inner tube up and place it in bowl of water and you should see bubbles coming off the inner tube, mark this with pen when dry so you know where the whole is, now use the puncture kit and place a patch over the whole, you can buy glue type patches or stick on patches without glue, you peel the back off the patch and put glue on or stick it over the whole if its a stick on patch and not glue.
then whilst this dry run your fingers around the inside of the tyre and check for any thorns or something sharp sticking in the tyre if you feel anything remove it and you should be ok, then when glue dry put the inner tube back in tyre and fit the tyre back on wheel now when you pump it up it shouldnt go back down unless you get another puncture.
if you are unsure what you are doing then taking your stroller into any bike shop and ask them to repair the punctures for you and they will do this for you whilst you wait.