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You will need to get a replacement wheel as soon as you can (that one will complete fail soon) there really isn't a way to repair them as such. when you get the new one. there is a little plastic cap on the center of the wheel covering the bolt... if you have a rachet and socket set you can replace the wheel yourself. if not just go to any auto repair shop and have one of the guys or gurls do it.... very unlikely they will charge you to do it as it only takes about 5 minutes. although i am in canada one of my business partners lives in brisbane and i'll ask him to let me know where you can buy one.
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You need to regularly lubricate the wheels...Just get some WD-40 with the little straw attachment & spray into where the wheel meets the frame...Make sure you lubricate the wheels regularly...I had the same problem & call Peg toll free - that was the answer & it fixed my problem too!!