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Wheels keep falling off on lower rack, clips all

Roller wheels keep falling off on lower rack, clips all look good but are loose on the clip that snaps to rack, can i buy new clips or is there a fix for this problem

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The clips come with new wheels, they should cost about $4 for four, I would replace all wheels on the lower rack

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