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    • 9/26/2011
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    • 20110902-B46E0-2147475689
    Incident Description: Our stroller was purchased in Feb, 2009. When we got the stroller out this spring, we noticed that it was very hard to stear and the one handed operation was in no way possible. After my husband examined the product, it was found that the rear wheels were ... (More)
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    (9/23/2011) This consumer contacted the CPSC reporting dissatisfaction with ParentLink, Evenflo’s consumer resource center. Prior to her report to the CPSC, the consumer had contacted ParentLink to report bent or broken rear wheels on an Evenflo Journey stroller ... (More)
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