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How do I re-assemble brake/wheel bracket unit after cleaning it? See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9YK3ewvteI on adjusting the cable. Took apart red brake/wheel unit and cleaned the inside as per the other person's comment on you tube. The brake is working better now the inside is clean but now having trouble attaching it to the frame again (can't get it lined up and screwed on without it slipping). I would take the left side apart (carefully!) to see how it was put together but the screw is so tight on that side I can't undo it. I'm now looking for instructions on how to get it back on. I have a 2006/2007 model. Any help would be appreciated

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I had the same problem. It was a sort of buildup which was ammazingly problematic. I undid the small screws on the inside of the wheels (1 screw per wheel). Be careful because a spring and black plastic piece will fly out. then use a screw driver to push the gray wheel removal button. You will find that it seems sort of stuck. Clean inside the plastic chamber and the slider piece...I just used my fingers. Then you will see that it slides freely. Put the sliding piece in the correct position for when the wheel is removed...button depressed. Put the wheel on. Push the sliding piece with a screw driver so that the wheel is locked and the button is popped out. Put the spring back in and the black plastic piece back....hold it on and redo the screw. The wheel should be locked on. I am not sure if you would be able to remove it and put it on again...I think so, but I am not trying since I don't usually remove the wheels anyway. I hope this works for you too! Good luck!

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Hi, there is an instruction manual for the Quinny Buzz over at the following link:
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hi here are a couple of videos that may help insert the unit if you still have problems i suggest contacting quinny as the may be a fault with the wheels or frame

they should just slot in once you have pinched the two buttons this makes it easier to slot into the frame

http://www.youtube.com/user/dorelengineers#p/u/7/GUY6QO4w54Q

http://www.youtube.com/user/Kiddicare#p/search/0/X0Sk6A9nt4E

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check http://www.quinny.com/ot-en/dealers for your local dealer , they should be able to help for the missing part

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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).
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