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Wobbly wheel and broken seat back

One of the wheels is extremely wobbly on my double/twin stroller - my husband has tightened the spokes as every single spoke has worked itself loose but it is still wonky. Also one of the seat backs has snapped (inside the material!)

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Problem suggests that the stroller needs a good servicing.The equipment is now being operated ignoring the safty standards and may turn out dangerous.It is recommended that you may get a authorised service engineer to look into the problem.

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

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