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The older models unhook at the front wheel. Right behind where the wheel connects is a black peice that you can release and the T frame will separate. Just push the top of the stroller back and then you can also fold it onto itself. You may need to un-velco the storage basket front tabs to release the frame. Feel free to contact me directly if you need further assistance.
They are no longer serviced as i also found out the hard way. best thing to do is to look on places such as craigslist or ebay for parts or the actual stroller for real cheap. there is a compatible stroller that you might want to look for in parts and that is Fisher Price Infant to Toddler stroller (same frame and clips and shape and everything as the park avenue only it has 4 wheels instead of 3 (also no longer available or parts as the kiji company that made these in china just used the company name)
Have you checked with the manufacturer of the stroller first to see if you can either warranty the wheels or if not purchase them?
You can also check the dealer/distributor from the site and see if they carry replacement wheels. If not you could always try eBay, Craigslist, Freecycle or any stores to see if you can find any new or used wheels.
There is a company called Buggy Pit stop which valets as well as repairs pushchairs. I used them when i gave my old dusty broken pushchair to my sister. I had it repaired and valetted by them. They did a great job and they were not that expensive either.Hope this helps. Their number is 020 8861 0038.
This particular stroller was actually made by Dreamer Design and sold under the Fisher Price label. Dreamer Design is no longer in business. I am not sure you will have much luck in contacting them either as this is what their website says:
Due to the closure of Dreamer Design Inc, there will no longer be anywarranty or customer service support for these products. As a consumeryou will need to contact the retailer that you purchased your productfrom.
You may try contacting them through this email address though and see if someone can help you. [email protected]