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You will have to turn that bulky recliner on its side or even upside down to get access underneath. Inspection may reveal that the real problem is damaged or disconnected wiring but it may turn out that the switch is defective and will have to be replaced.
Try looking next to your seat cover and the arm rest for a little pull handle. If it is a pushback recline model tried looking to see if the shipping ties are untied underneath. Or try simply pushing back while you're sitting in it with your shoulders.
I believe you can, there should only be four bolts holding down the chair, when you git it off look underneath it and you will see the problem. If you have any electrical connections, don't worry the only plug in one way, and there are usually only one. Good luck man. (or woman)
Just above the motor par of your incinerator there should be 3 or 4 small bolts or srews that holds the main motor onto the waste chute TURN OFF THE POWER. Remove these bolts to seperate the motor and you should be able to remove the nail. Please, please make sure the power is off.
I know this post is old but I figured somebody w/the same problem might come across this. I had the same problem with my Marathon today. I also own a Roundabout & had no problem changing the recline myself. When my husband came home he took a look & fixed it. All he did was put it in the upright postion , held it in place & turned the seat on it's side & pushed up on the base and it clicked! he pushed on one of the corners (but I don't know if that even matters)