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If you have the swing on footrests or legrests for a Pride Jazzy series with 2-pins on the hanger brackets please be sure that the hanger brackets are properly installed on the chair with the pin side of the bracket facing to the outside - not inside. To put the footrests on - align the lower pin first with the footrest at a 45 degree angle to the outside of the chair. Then align up the top pin and lower the footrest onto the hanger bracket. Rotate the footrest towards the front and lock the cam lock in place. If the cam lock has a handle that is bent it will interfere with the lock and need to be replaced or bent back in place.
looking for two small springs that go in the foot lift section of a lazy boy recliner. these springs allow you to raise the foot lift to different positions. these are very small springs and attach to each side of two small drum types.
Remove the starter housing from the top of the motor and see if the spring broke or back wound it's self when the rope broke. If all is well remove the rest of the rope from the spool by feeding it back thru the guide hole the handle rests on. Wind it out and find a hole drilled thru the spool and put a punch thru it to lock the spool in place against the spring pressure. Remove the old cord. If it has a steel hook glued to the anchor end you will need a real mercury part. If it has a knot. your in luck.
Take your new cord and burn one end and roll the cord to a point while it is still molten. Tie your knot and heat it till it is cooked so it won't untie itself. Feed the pointy end thru the spool and out the front of the housing. Tie a knot it it where the handle would go. Gently feed the rope on to the spool when you remove the punch.
You will have more rope than the spring could wind. so untie the end knot and feed it back to the spool and put the cord in the notch of the spool so it won't rub on the housing and wind a few more turns into the spring .
When it has enough pressure to completely wind the cord up. put the punch back in the lock hole and feed the cord out the hole thru the handle and knot it, then cook that knot as well.
without sounding like a smart ***, have you checked the adjustors under the seat. Some handles are 3way handles and can do multiple adjustments. If you have adjusted all the knobs and handles, maybe it is leaking gas or in some case oil. Some of these chairs have an extra knob at the back of the seat along the column of the back rest, as to lock it in the desired position. Good luck.
To fold down a Tracker City, firstly make sure that the front wheels are locked into fixed, non-steering mode, and that the adjustable-height handle is in one of the middle positions.
Look at the twist-grip in the middle of the handle. Press the button and simultaneously twist the collar in the direction of the arrow. The chair should begin to close at this point.
Next, find the secondary lock device, which is operated by means of a lever/tab on one side of the handle. Pull this upwards, tilt the chair forwards and continue the closing action until it is fully closed.
Align the front wheel using your foot, if necessary, to prevent the rear wheel from hitting it. To store the chair, fold down the height-adjustable handle.
Don't forget to keep the pushchair well lubricated, preferably using a silicone spray.
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The outside door handle spring is broke ,or the latch spring is broke. The only way to tell is remove the door panel and inspect the rod from the handle to latch. Look for broken spring on handle. I have installed an external spring from the handle rod to latch to keep the rod in the full up position.