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Old 01-29-2011, 03:52 PM   #1
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I am replacing the carpet with laminate and as a result removed the barrel chair today. I need to repair the handles that lock the chair in place.

Has some one done this before or any suggestions welcome.
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You maybe able to place a screw spring clip that comes with a hole for new screw.
Not sure whats behind fabric but may be plastic or cardboard.
The clip would slide in hole with the material to hold it.

Screw clips

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Got lucky, chair was constructed with 1/2 inch plywood. Made a few clamps and screwed into the plywood. Works like new now. Thanks for all the help.
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