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Question DetailsAsked on 3/2/2014

Who can I call to repair the reclining mechanism on a leather home theater couch?

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I would call the manufacturer first.

They probably have a recommended serviceman list and/or replacement parts available.

Answered 6 years ago by WoWHomeSolutions


If manufacturer does not list local repair persons, try calling furniture stores (not box stores) about whether they repair them, or know someone who does.

Other alternative - a handyman with electrical skills. The reclining mechanisms are not very complex - so loose or abraded wires, loose mechanism, etc he could probably fix. Dead limit switches or motor he could order from manufacturer and replace - should not need more than a small electrical repair kit and a volt ohm meter to figure out any electrical issues. May well just be a fuse blown because someone tried to force the motor (assuming motorized) or tried to make it keep going when reached limit.

If not motorized, even simpler - probably either broken or loosened bolt, or broken metal bar - both easily fixed or replaced.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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