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Just had to completely take ours apart & wash everything.... putting it back together I found the 33lb recline weight limit & since our guy is 32 figured I'd move it upright & had the same problem.... googled & never found an answer..... but figured it out myself.
Flip it over & there are 4 "screws" on the bottom - they are hex head so you'll need the right screwdriver (I have a kid with interchangeable heads that had the right one)... unscrew them, pull the handle & manually snap it into place - it's like it gets off a bit when reclined for a long time. Once I did that & it snapped in I put the bottom plate & 4 screws back on... presto!
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The usual problem with the hot water fault you have is that the domestic hot water diaphragm needs replacing,they usually last 2 to 3 years, if you haven't had the boiler serviced on a regular yearly basis then you will need it serviced and the fault repaired by a corgi registered engineer.
unscrew the 6 screws in the back of the seat to remove the back pane, then you need to see the two little white clips that hold the straps in place! from their you will see what you need to do it is so easy!
unscrew the 6 screws on the back panel of the seat and remove the panel then once that is off then you will see two white clips you need to lift on one end of each white clip to remove, after that you need to take the metal ring that has the straps attached to it and turn it sideways to push through the hole of the seat! its easy once you get the back panel off
i need to know boiler specifics- make and model but sounds like either the air pressure switch seized or the main printed circuit board, if the boiler has an overheat thermostat please ensure that the little red button hasnt popped out because this will prvent the boiler firing up- refer to the manufacturers instructions for location of the o/heat stat
The straps need to be removed from the metal clip in back, and then the plastic grommets must be pried loose from under the fabric with side pressure and an upward push. Its not easy. Bad design. There are no screws involved, but a standard screwdriver can help with the release. The oblong grommets have ridges that must be compressed to release.