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Your chair will not stay pumped up its due to the hydraulic pump thats in the chair all you have to do is find out the length of the hydraulic pump go online and Google hydraulic pump replacement and buy it from them
The hydraulic gas lift is broken. If you want to fix it, you will need to find/buy a replacement. This is a common problem that happens with most all chairs, even if they are rated for heavier weight/long term use, they still do not seem to last more than 1-2 years of use at the most.
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
You probably have the pistons in the calpierts jammed by corrosion build up from when you pushed the piston back in to fit the new pads. When you put your foot on the brakes this corrosion has jammed the piston in the full out position and as there is no return spring action on calpiers the pads stay jammed in the on position. Only fix is to replace calpiers or have new pistons and seals fitted.