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Can I Fix Spring Loaded Mechanism on the Brica Roll n Go Car Seat Transporter?

Hi, I am trying to figure out how to get into the spring mechanism for the Wheel Lock on the car seat transporter. What happened: Wheeling my son out of the airport, I took the escalator down, and of course, I came in for a hard landing at the bottom and overstressed the spring on one of the wheel locks. I am trying to get into this location to see if i can re-attach the spring. I tried the removal of two axel pins to slide off wheels, but it might be that i have to separate the enclosure, with all its screws, to get to the spring. Can someone describe how to go about opening up the case and to re-attach a spring to the Brica Roll n Go Car Seat Transporter for educational purposes only?? Thank You for the Education Only, and any actual attempt is repair man/woman's liability.

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