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Cotter pins to hold rear wheels in place--Emergency !!

I just purchsed this stroller with code no. 01134GLX. I'm a Grandma with 3 grandchildren visiting for a week. I had to buy a stroller quickly. I've followed seemingly easy directions for putting this together--but it's impossible for me to re-insert the cotter pins that hold each rear wheel in place. I need to use the stroller NOW! Any suggestions. I don't know how much I can dare try to pry the pin apart for insertion and then try to squeeze it closed again--??

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Re: Cotter pins to hold rear wheels in place--Emergency...

You shouldn't have to pry them apart most cotter keys should drive staight in

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