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I thin k the bearings have gone, theres a rattle from the back wheels?

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How old is the product? If it is under 2 years old please contact your retailer with your proof of purchase to discuss this with them.

If it is a very new product can you confirm all packaging has been removed from around the wheels & their fixings?

Posted on May 23, 2011

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