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Hi Bill, Tried saying WHOA ? Assuming it's a 'parking 'brake,can you block the wheels and have an assistant apply & release it?look under buggy for movement at the other end. A cable or mechanical linkage near one end or the other should have a provision for adjustment.Use penetrating oil,'shorten' linkage to tighten & vise versa it could also be a 'shoe' type brake applying pressure to wheel[s[ or axle. trace linkage from lever to brake. Good Luck
Posted on Oct 19, 2014
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