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How to repair back wheel brakes? the foot break not the handle break? many many thanks...

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See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9YK3ewvteI on adjusting the cable.
You can take apart both units and clean the insides as per the other person's comment on you tube - just take note of how it was put together.
I have taken the red brake pedal side of mine apart and the brake is working better now the inside is better but now having trouble attaching it to the frame again (can't get it lined up and screwed on without it slipping).
I'm now looking for instructions on how to get it back on. I have a 2006/2007 model like the one pictured above. Any help would be appreciated

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