I checked the Baby Trend website and did not see a listing for an Expedition LE Jogger stroller. I did, however, find the Expedition LX as well as several other Expedition joggers with numbers at the end.
You should be able to use one of those to best match your stroller and make sure you have correctly assembled your stroller. Should you need further assistance, they have a customer service line at (800) 328-7363 open from 8:00am to 4:30 pm, pacific coast time.
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Try to get a copy of parts schematic from the Mazda dealer for the rear brake parts . Check on line to see if that diagram is available on free download. Check the aftermarket brake spares to see if you can get a copy. Or buy a workshop manual for your car.from a auto spares shop.
there have been countless accidents where unattended strollers have run away causing ***** to the child
the idea that you have is to prevent that from happening if you fail to apply the wheel brake
to do anything to prevent ti from working as designed will result in legal charges being place on you in the event of a accident involving injury to the child
it is not intended as an incinvience to you but to ensure the child's safety when you are inattentive
The Quinny Buzz brakes can be adjusted (and should be periodically as part of the ongoing maintenance of the product to ensure good performance)
The brakes may require periodic adjustment. To do this, use two 8mm spanners to unlock the lock nut from the long barrel nut. Adjust the brake cable and retighten the lock nut. Test the brakes to ensure a positive engagement and disengagement after adjustment.
you need to take off the rear wheel and there is a hand brake hole in the drum on the disc. you locate the hole with the adjuster.. make sure the hand brake is not on. the leaver for the hand brake take the cable off if the brake is locked the leave will let you take it off. then get a peace of wood and put it on the leaver and hit it back with hammer on the wood not the leaver. then take the screw out for the locator of the disc. and hit the disc with rubber or plastic hammer going round the disc. not to hard just to get it to move when of find out why the hand brake is locked in the first place. ( prob be the shoe's pins ) change the parts. while parts off give good clean and put some copper grease on the parts that move. huck back up the cable and check disc drum part for damage. screw the adjuster back down and refit. when disc back on adjust the brake with the hole lined up and move back and forth until the brake is locked then turn back one point on the adjuster check the disc turns and then use the hand brake. if still an bit hard to move after hand brake off nock the adjuster back down one more and test again. if all well put wheel back on.
The brake that you are adjusting go to that wheel. On that wheel you will see a brake pad on each side of the wheel. To adjust tighter you squeese these two brake pads together, you will see a wire, there will be a nut that they wire goes through, loosen the nut and squeese brake pads together, then tighten nut back up. your hand brake will now be adjusted.
Id be inclined to adjust the rear brake shoes How high do you have to lift the hand brake lever?Some service centres/mechanics adjust the hand brake cable and not the shoes as they should because its easier and quicker Its a short cut !!