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Chair base will not go down

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Look underneath the chair and there should be a bolt or two screws holding the 90degree arm that the back is attached too. Remove those and you'll have it in two pieces.
Sometimes office chairs have the 90 degree arm attached to the base. In this case you would need to look under the base for the main bolt. Remove that and then the spring inner pole should slide out. From there simply disassemble the reminder bolts.
I always keep track of where the bolts and/or screws go, because when you go to put it all back together it'll make the job much easier. Draw a diagram if needed.
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Can the MPV 5 be disassembled for transport? I can't find anything on the subject.

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