Answer to: My Literider won't move?First, make sure that the wheels are not locked. Make sure that the switches on the front wheels are down, and the switches on the back wheels are up. If the wheels are unlocked, but still not moving, try cleaning them. They may have sand or dirt obstructing their movement. If neither of these are the problem, you will most likely have to replace the wheel. For the back wheels, you will have to remove the caps holding the wheel on by prying them off. The front wheels will have to be pried off as well. After removing the front wheels, new ones can be put on by sliding them on and applying pressure until you hear a click. Here is a link to the troubleshooting page, and here is a link to the wheel replacement guide.
Answer to: How can I change the fabric on my Literider?To change the fabric on the seat, you just have to remove all the screws and brackets holding the fabric to the frame. They should be lining the bottom of the seat. After removing the screws, unbutton all the buttons and remove the fabric. From there, you can wash it and replace it. Here is a link to the troubleshooting guide.
Answer to: Why won't my Literider collapse?If the handle is not rotating when you press the switch, there may be some sand or dirt preventing full rotation. If it is rotating, but the stroller won't collapse, one of the pins might be damaged or shifted. Try removing the handle with a screwdriver and cleaning the sides. Examine the pins to make sure they are in the proper place. There should be part of the pin sticking out on both sides of the handle. If there is not, the pin can be pried back out with a screwdriver. Here is a link to the troubleshooting guide.