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My Quinny Buzz has become so hard to navigate and push around that literally the only way I can steer it easily without breaking a sweat is by pushing it on it's rear wheels which is useless! Please help me

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Hi it sounds like you need to replace the front wheel, but 1st take the wheel off wash it in soapy warm water dry then spray wd40 see if that works.

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