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Many of their power supply parts have changed requiring all electrical parts to be changed out. I might have a slightly used one if I know the numbers on the part. If not you can call Ashley customer service and request new kit for around 200. You need the serial number on the bottom of the chair.
Look where the control button is it should be a little space to where you can stick a needle or nail in that the reset button I want you reset it then you should be able to get to a recliner to go back down
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.
try liftchair.com I bought a new motor and button from them. They have parts for many makes and models. I took old assy apart and found it was a defect in the wire between motor and push button. I drew a schematic of mine here is the drawing.