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There are many different rocker recliners. Did you personally flip the chair over and identify the broken spring? If you did not first see how the spring is restrained. Look at the new spring for clues. It is either welded into position or held in place by a large staple, screw, bolt or steel plate. Please take another look, snap a couple photos of the area needing repair, the new spring and forward them. I need more information. Let me know the make, model and let me see what you are working on. Hope to hear from you soon. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 13, 2019
Put the Brake spring under the gas pedal (think its the same part) and then get a "Squash Ball" (small hollow ball for the game Squash) and tape that in place of the spring, you brake pedal will now feel more firm like a real car....
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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)
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
THe rocker arms are broken because there was not enough downward movement in the valves to allow the cam to complete its turn. IT happens when the valve spring retainer either hits the top of the valve guide or the valve springs are fully compressed forming a solid block . If you have hydraulic valve adjusters I would be suspicious of a lack of movement (seized) in the ones that broke the rocker arms
Posted on Feb 20, 2013
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