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The invacare tilt wheel chair will not stay in the upright position . It gradually lays back

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The release cable for the back is preventing the cylinder from locking. Adjust the cable just like you would adjust a bicycle hand brake. Adjust the cable so there is a quarter inch of play in the release lever. Look along the cable for a adjustment section.

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