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Handle bar cable

Cable has snapped inside handle so can't extend or collapse

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The same has just happened to mine, I've tried to contact icandy but no success !! Have you managed to fix yours yet?

Posted on Jun 24, 2013

  • Ashleigh Dillon Aug 18, 2013

    Have you guys managed to get it fixed? Mine has also snapped no one side x

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