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My back wheel doesn't clip in. The wheel slides on but the button thing doesn't clip in to anything

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Hi,

When you attach the wheel, there is a v-spring inside the axle, this should pop into a hole on the chassis. If you dont have the v-spring in the axle, then the wheel wont stay on. In this case, I would suggest that you contact 01234 344230 (UK suppliers Out n About) who will be able to send one to you.

I hope this helps.

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