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My GC-340 won't disassemble. The back wheels even when the lever is pulled do not disengage. it is the first time I've tried to disassemble it. when it arrived there were several security straps so i wonder if there is another safety feature for shipping that prevents it from separated.

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Dis you remove the batteries? Sometimes you have to pull straight up hard to get it to release. Have you watched the video on Youtube about taking it apart? I dont think it will come apart without the batteries removed. That is the only thing I can think of why it will not come apart.

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