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Will only turn right will not turn back left why?

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Hi,

More than likely, your wheel assembly has got some dirt in it. If it is possible, remove and clean the whole unit and ensure that you put in some lubricant, (something like vaseline would be handy) don't use WD40 though as this can attract dust.

I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

  • Liz Wanden Sep 14, 2009

    Hi,



    More than likely, your wheel assembly has got some dirt in it. If it is possible, remove and clean the whole unit and ensure that you put in some lubricant, (something like vaseline would be handy) don't use WD40 though as this can attract dust.



    I hope this helps.

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