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The bugaboo brake lever can lockup. Check the screw nut at the bottom end of the cable. If you can wind that down to take some tension off the cable the lever will them release. If there is no adjustment try lifting the lever up higher (as to put the brake on harder) then push the white release button at the same time. The break lever uses a set of ratchet teeth that must move up slightly to release.

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