Having a busted recliner is almost as bad as having no recliner at all. It can be incredibly infuriating and inconvenient to have your favorite chair lean to one side or have a broken latch mechanism. Trying to repair it without any help can be confusing and lead to a lot of frustration and possibly worsening the situation. Broken recliners aren’t hard to fix once you know what to look for and the appropriate tools you will need. That is where we come in! Our repairs guides are the most visited on the entire web, and for a good reason. Each guide helps you solve one issue you are having, but it also accounts for other problems that you may not know you are having.
By covering each base, we know how different types of repairs connect with one another and how to help readers get through the difficult parts. Our repair guides are also created to be learning centers where you only have to come once. By learning how to repair each issue, you will be able to learn how your recliner is put together which then helps you understand what is going wrong.
How to Repair Guides
Leaning to One Side
Having a recliner that pushes and leans to one side is tremendously uncomfortable. You always try to readjust your body and your legs hoping that you can find the right position. One of the reasons we know this, is that we here at Laywayback have all dealt with this annoying problem. Having gone through a lot of good recliners and a lot of bad ones, you come across a variety of issues and learn how to manage them. However, just because you have a recliner that leans to one side, it does not mean that it is a bad chair. A lot of good chairs deal with uneven flooring, weight distribution issues and poor maintenance, which all piles up.
Your Recliner won't close?
Kicking back your footrest 10 times before it finally closes might feel like a victory by the end, but it isn’t something you should have to deal with. There is a vastly quicker and easier way to get your footrest to close that doesn’t require all your strength! Our guide goes over proven methods that get to the root of the problem and give you easy to implement solutions for your stubborn footrest. Not only will this require a lot less from you, but it will also protect for your footrest from the inevitable shoving and kicking.
Removing the Back
Learning how to remove the back of your recliner safely will help with all of your repairs. It will also help with any reclining sofas and larger chairs that you need to move around. When you are moving houses or merely rearranging your home décor, properly removing the back of your chair will protect the exterior and interior.