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Replacement Handles For Furniture

replacement handles for furniture

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replacement handles for furniture - D-RING PARACHUTE



Recliner Handle for sofa/loveseat. D-Ring or also called Parachute Style inner recliner release handle. This recliner handle includes the recliner mechanism cable and recliner mechanism clip. There are normally 2 sizes of this style recliner cable that fit all recliners that use the D-Ring or Parachute type pull recliner handle. This is the longer version of the D-Ring recliner handle. These recliner parts are perfect for your furniture restoration project. PULL TYPE RECLINER RELEASE HANDLE THAT GOES IN BETWEEN THE CUSHION AND ARM THIS RELEASE CABLE HAS A SPRING ON THE END OF THE CABLE MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROX. 5 1/2 INCHES FROM TOP OF HANDLE TO BOTTOM OF SQUARE FASTENING ATTACHMENT FROM TOP OF MECH CLIP ON BOTTOM TO END OF S-SHAPED WIRE APPROX 5 1/2 IN FROM TOP OF HANDLE ALL THE WAY TO THE TIP OF S-SHAPED WIRE APPROX 46 1/2 IN. INEXPENSIVE EASY WAY TO REPAIR YOUR RECLINING SOFA OR CHAIR

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1. Seat Link Attachment to Seat Frame

1. Seat Link Attachment to Seat Frame

Before I started, I spread out an old packing blanket on the ground: to protect the chair, and to protect dropped parts or tools. Protecting the chair would have been especially important if the seat replacement project had been more of a wrestling match, requiring me to lay the chair down and go animal on it. Fortunately, this did not happen. Had I been working inside, the blanket would have shielded the floor or carpet, as well.

The first step is to disconnect the two seat links from the seat frame. The seat frame is the plastic part that supports the fabric seat. (Move your cursor over the photo to see notes labeling this and other parts.) The seat link is the vertical bar in this photo, which is attached to a pivot point lower down.

If you can see this on your chair, you can also see its mirror image, on the other side of the chair.

Herman Miller's instructions are very clear about the need to support the seat links when you detach them from the seat frame, so that they do not fall and cause damage. Since they swing freely on the pivot points at the other end, they can fall down and bang on the chair. This might chip paint or possibly even bend a seat link.

At any rate, hold the 4mm hex head bolt fixed with your 4mm hex wrench or key; in the photo, this is on the left. (If you don't know, this is a piece of metal with a hexagonal cross-section, which will fit in the hexagonal hole on the end of the bolt. The least expensive, most common ones are bent in an "L" shape.) Use the 10mm socket and ratchet wrench to loosen the lock nut. This is shown here on the right. The ratchet wrench should turn the lock nut counterclockwise. In the photo, when the wrench handle hangs down from under the chair seat, you will push the end of the handle away from you. (On the other side, you'll pull the end of the wrench handle toward yourself to turn the lock nut counterclockwise.)

You could also use an ordinary open- or closed-end 10mm wrench, or an adjustable wrench. The ratchet wrench will just be faster.

My 4mm hex wrench was too big for the bolt. (I understand there are slightly different "standards" for metric hex wrenches. Perhaps this was the problem.) However, a 9/64" hex wrench fit snugly enough.

Once you've removed the lock nut, work the bolt out with one hand while supporting the seat link with the other. Repeat this on the other side of the chair.

Oh, yeah: the lock nuts and bolts? Put them in a bowl, a plastic bag, a pocket; anything to keep them from rolling away, getting lost in the dark, falling in the lake, or whatever. I used a Bauhaus-designed ceramic bowl. I was working outside, it was windy, and all the plastic bowls seemed too light and tippy. Besides, why shouldn't one designer item come to the aid of another?

Herman Miller's instructions explain that older chairs use a more complicated system of bushings in the seat links, which can make disassembly and reassembly slightly more complex. My chair uses the later design.


We must be crazy!

We must be crazy!

I think most of you know that Nancy had knee replacement surgery in February and her recovery is going extremely well. But, during her recovery we've had lots of time to talk about what we might need in terms of housing for the future. It has become obvious, at least to us, that having living quarters on one floor is much preferable to the 3 floors we now have. Well, you know what they say about curiosity and cats. Our curiosity got the best of us. To make a long story short, we've purchased a home here in California that seems to have almost everything that we have talked about needing. Now, had you told me in January that I would be moving in 4 or 5 months I would have laughed my head off. But, that is exactly what we will be doing. We hope to have our current house listed by the first of May and possibly be moving to the new address by June 1. In actuality, the new place is only 7 blocks from our current house, but it sits right on the city limits and the view out the back windows is a spectacular country panorama. And, talk about quiet. We'll hear sounds we haven't heard in 18 years. Now, many country boys like to say things like, "my momma didn't raise no dummy" and my momma wasn't any different. I'm smart enough to know that I'm too old to be lifting heavy furniture like sofas and a piano. So, we're going to hire professional movers to handle the heavy lifting and we'll con our kids, I mean we'll ask our children to help with the rest. So, instead of stacks of tires, old beat up race cars, and a car wash, you'll likely be seeing beautiful country vistas in my photo stream here on Flickr in the near future.

p.s. 7-17-09
Our old house sold very quickly to a young couple. The husband is the grandson of a previous owner and they were quite anxious to get the house back into the family. We closed the sale on July 10th. Now, I only have one lawn to mow and one house to care for.

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