Removing & Fitting A Actuator
1 Place a drop sheet or old towels around the recliner.
2 Turn off and remove the power supply plug from the mains.
3 Gently turn the recliner over onto its side or on its back. Remember correct lifting methods.
4 Locate the component and its lead. Follow the lead along to the plug ends remembering where it runs.
5 Using a pair of side cutters, snip the cable ties that are retaining the lead to the frame.
6 Loctate the two mounting pins and clips that hold the motor to the frame. Remove the wire retaining clips from the pins using a pair of pointy noise pliars. Hold the motor and remove the pins.
7 Place the new motor assmebly into position. Replace the pins through the mounting holes and attach the wire clips.
8 Plug in all leads and run them along the frame. Check that all leads are out of the way of moving parts. Cable tie the leads back to the frame.
9 Turn the recliner back over to normal seating position
10 Plug the main power supply back into the wall.
11 Test the new component. Operate the lift chair recliner to its fullest position and check that all the leads are clear and not stretched.
12 Return the lift chair to its normal seating position.
Tip: Check that all the leads are cable tied away from moving parts before turning the power supply back on. Leads can sometimes get jammed between moving parts causing a dead short after the chair is moved.
DO NOT exceed more then 2 mins operating time at anyone time.
If you do exceed this time, wait 20 mins before using again.