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What does E69 mean on a Lazy Boy Lift Chair?

On the remote of my Lazy Boy Lift Chair, I get the E69. What does that mean?

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Kenneth Matthias

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You need to install 2 9v batteries. Once you attach, unplug the chair and plug back in. The code will disappear.

Posted on Nov 20, 2020

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John Anthony

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SOURCE: This question is about a lazy-boy recliner not about a car seat. The chair seat should rise to let the person stand. It doesn't.

I don't know what that code means, but on my mom's Lazy Boy, it stopped working and I had to replace the two 9volt backup batteries on the power cube/wall plug.

Posted on Apr 25, 2012

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I recommend that you post your question under the correct category (chairs maybe?) it might be easier for experts to understand the question and answer it.

Posted on Oct 02, 2012

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SOURCE: would a power wheelchair running up on the cable cause any problems? on the Lazy Boy lift chair

If its a thicker gauge cable, it will probably be ok(I'm assuming your talking about the power cord on the chair). However, after rolling over the cable for a lengthy amount of time it will damage it.

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