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Loose brake on left wheel

I've noticed that when the brake is engaged, the left wheel brake doesn't completely lock the wheel in place.  In fact, it's quite easy to move it.  Is there something I can tighten or replace to fix this?

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You can adjust the tension in the brake cable, there are instructions in the manual. Also check that you have the brake handle in it's furthest position. It can be quite stiff and takes a bit of force (especially if new) but it may go one click more than you currently have it.

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