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I read an solution you typed about a lift chair making a clicking noise under the chair but doesn't move. You mentioned to "short out the center wire" on the controller. Is that the same as "jumping out the center wire". I'm not sure what you meant. I have the same problem with our chair.

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Yes, jump, short, somehow bypass the switch and see if the chair moves. In 4 of 5 cases, I have had to replace the switch. Its the only part I carry with for "spares". Its an easy fix, and a lot cheaper than replacingt the whole hand control.

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