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All is not lost yet, Contact Zooper directly to see if this can be fixed before throwing out your stroller. [email protected] 1-888-742-9899 They have an online submission form on their website under the FAQ -"I have an older zooper stroller. How can I go about getting parts or service?" but when I went there, it seemed to be a warranty registration link instead.
It's a wheel alignment issue - I had the same issue & my husband fixed it. Try removing the front wheel & reattaching it. If that doesn't solve the problem, keep adjusting the front wheel slightly until the stroller no longer veers.
I had the same problem and took it back to where i bought it. THey sent it in and had the whole front wheel and corresponding parts replaced. A few weeks later the same probem occured. I just sold the stroller as is. You could try to contact Zooper directly, but don't get your hopes up, sorry.