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•This approach can increase the minimum and maximum heights, but only by 1/4 inch or so. 1) Get the cylinder out of the base. (This might not be easy. There are unanswered questions here how to do about this. I might have removed the wheels and then carefully stood on the star, or maybe hammered the cylinder out with a wood 4x4.) 2) Wrap a neat course or two of duct tape around the part of the cylinder that fits into the base. 3) Put the cylinder back into the base. This works because the bottom of the cylinder is tapered. (I invented and tested this fix. The seat wasn't too low, but the bottom of the cylinder was catching the carpet.) •For a bigger raise you'd need to significantly modify the chair, which is technically demanding and risky. Modifications can fail. A chair made taller will be less stable because the base does not get wider. •Tall adjustable chairs are sold for use at high counters. They often include foot rests, so that your feet won't dangle. •If the desk or table wheels that can be removed, it might be easier to make the desk a few inches lower (at the expense of mobility) instead of raising the chair.
It will be one of two things, either the gas strut is no good and in this case you might as well get a new chair. Or the lower lever is stuck in the " lower" position, if this is the case freeing it up should cure your problem
If it is an older valve there is a small copper retaining clip that holds the cartridge in place. If this clip broke it could blow cartridge out or come out when you pulled it to turn it on.
If that is the trouble you can see the slot in the top of the valve body where the retaining clip goes.You will need to get a new clip and put the cartridge back in and insert clip to hold it. If you find that you have the hot and cold sides reversed simply turn the stem of the cartridge 180 degrees and you should be in business. Thank you
The easiest way to do this is to tip the chair forward so that the top of the chair and the arms are on the floor. The weight of the chair will be off the lift frame in this position. Look at the motor and you will see it connected to the frame with 2 hitch pins.
It is easiest to remove the top hitch pin which will now be on the bottom because the chair is upside down. Pull the clip (looks like half of a paper clip) from the pin that goes through the square chair frame and motor round tube. Pull out the pin by lifting the bottom of the motor slightly(now at the top because the chair is upside down)with your left hand and pulling the pin out with your right hand. Find the two nylon washers that have fallen out when you do this.
Swing the motor tube out of the way toward the front of the chair. Hold on to the pin, clip, and 2 nylon washers for re-assembly. Hope this helps.
the stem goes through the body - and has a nut on the other end.
You need to find the two wires coming out this hollow nut, trace them to the connectors (undoing any clips that hold them as you go along the wire) and pull these two connectors apart.
Then use a spanner (no room for a socket) to undo the nut on the indicator - pull out the indicator and its wire from the body.
Fitting the new indicator requires sending the wires back to the connector, (put the nut on the wire after it goes through the body and tighten it a little on the indicator - you must do this before you connect the wire or it is impossible to attach the nut)
Then fully tighten the indicator and make sure it is straight -
then test for proper operation of the indicator.
reattaching the clips that keep the wiring out of harms way
As far as I know, that clip is not replaceable... (called a quick disconnect). The entire tube assembly may be, and likely can be done by any decent radiator shop. Assuming the end part that broke is the radiator end. Otherwise, you will need to get a replacement line either from a dealer or from a scrapyard. There may be several "jury rig" options you could use to make a repair, but I don't recommend doing that there because of the location.(tight and difficult to reach) Jury rig is fine for stuck in the woods situations...do it right if you're home.
gear selector? you dont mean the shift knob?
or do you mean the gear stem that the shift knob sits on?
in any event that is a item that you need to go to you nearest junk yard find a intrepid ( should find a few) lol, remove the housing that it rest in, pull the metal plate screws away remove the clips that hold the shifting rod in place take home install the opposite of install
On our Edddie Bauer car seats, you have to remove the base from the chair by pulling out the metal rod that goes through both pieces. It only comes out from one side. Then there are several plastic "clips" that the straps run through and hold the fabric in place. Gently pry these clips with a flathead screwdriver by sliding the tool under the clip base and pushing in while lifting up. The arm-rest covers should just be wrapped around and come off easily. Make note of where all the straps go through as it is a little confusing puttting it all back together.