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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to regularly lubricate the wheels...Just get some WD-40 with the little straw attachment & spray into where the wheel meets the frame...Make sure you lubricate the wheels regularly...I had the same problem & call Peg toll free - that was the answer & it fixed my problem too!!
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
I called customer service at Graco and explained the problem, asked for a fix.
The rep said the part is not replaceable and told me to send the stroller back to them for 'evaluation and/or replacement'. They will pay to FedEx it back to them this week.
So that is where it stands.
Thank you very much for your site and offering a chance to put the problem out there.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
is not as quick and easy as it's name suggests. This model requires
reclining seat all the way first, then step on the safety release lever
(about shin-high) located above one of the rear wheel axles. While
holding down safety release lever with your foot, then squeeze the one
mechanism located near the parent console and the stroller will
collapse. There is a lock bar/plate to hold stroller in place. It will
not stand on its own in this position, but with the foot brake
activated, will lean against something and stay in place.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
SOURCE: fold stroller
Not sure how different this one is to ours but we have an older Dreamer Design double stroller and down by the front wheel there are two black plastic clips that you pull upwards while at the same time pushing two small depressable "buttons" that are in line with the main bars coming down towards the front wheel... once that's done you lift and push backwards at the same time, the whole stroller frame will move backwards (oh brake has to be on) and then once those main bars are free you can pull the frame towards you and then double it over back on itself...the rear wheels pull out by pushing the centre button and pulling on the wheel and they you're able to put it just about anywhere...hope that helps...Rob
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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