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Try aiming the handle bar straight and pull some kite string across the rear wheel , lightly touching the sidewalls of the tire. With the length of the string pulled across the front tire, adjust the outer tie rod so as to make front tire lightly touch the string. That should square the front tire to the back tire. Once the front and rear are squared, adjust tie rod in 1 turn for a slight negative toe. Do both sides while making sure to keep the handle bar straight during string and adjustment. That should help.
Recently I was working on front brakes and accidentally undid a bolt on the right front side and leaked out a little brake fluid. The brakes felt squishy and almost non existent and the car pulled hard to the left during braking. We bled the brakes and it cured the problem.
Rotate your wheel so that the valve is in the 6 o'clock position, mark where it is on the ground and roll the wheel along the ground 1 complete revolution (until valve reaches the 6 o'clock position again), mark that and measure between the 2 marks.
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You might want to pull out a level and make sure that the game is at the right angle. It is possible that the game is too level and so the ball doesn't have enough pull to come down the play field. Take off the glass and place the ball in the top center of the playfield if it is properly leveled the ball should roll straight down the center of the playfeild.