The trolley case has been used for a long time, and it is prone to various failures. Then, if the trolley case fails, how to repair it, let's learn about it together.
1. Tie rod
When the pull rod cannot be extended and contracted smoothly, do not pull it out or receive it with brute force. Forcible force will cause the pull rod to be easily stuck. When the pull rod box is stuck, the general user will continue to use brute force, which will only make the pull rod overrun. The more dead the card becomes, it becomes unusable and delays travel. The correct method should be to add engine oil or vegetable oil to the joints of the tie rods. Basically, this problem can be easily solved after lubrication.
The pulley is stuck, loose and fall off. If you feel that the pulley is obviously not smooth when the trolley box is towing, you should also drip lubricating oil on the bearing of the wheel at this time. When the wheels are loose and likely to fall off, please do not continue towing with the damaged wheel, use the other wheel, or walk directly with the suitcase. If possible, use appropriate tools to tighten the screws of the wheels. If the screw cannot be found, it is easy to find what you need by checking if there is a person or shop near the site who is engaged in luggage repair.
When the cabinet is damaged, things are often worse. If it is a hard case, the damage is only a small crack. If it is not serious, you can use some universal glue, AB glue, etc. on the market to repair it yourself. The rupture of the soft box needs to be repaired by a repair office. What needs to be weighed is that the brand box has been repaired by oneself, and I am afraid it can no longer be guaranteed.
Zipper cracking is also a common problem. Place luggage according to the capacity of the box. Do not exceed the carrying capacity of the box. The bumps in the car or check-in process can easily cause the zipper of the overloaded luggage to collapse. If these things happen, you can use the buckle. Need a temporary response. Take a few pins when you go out, just in case