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Old 06-12-2014, 12:24 PM   #1
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flexsteel recliner issue

we have flexsteele electric recliners in our newmar 2005 countrystar, the power cord has been damaged under the chair and we are now just trying to get the chair to the upright position manully . anyone know how its done?
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I would think with out electric you might have to look underneath & see if their is some kind of jack screw you can manually turn to get it back upright till the cord is repaired.
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we have flexsteele electric recliners in our newmar 2005 countrystar, the power cord has been damaged under the chair and we are now just trying to get the chair to the upright position manully . anyone know how its done?
We had the same thing happen. Wires are colorcoded. Check out which one is broke
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We had the same thing happen. Wires are colorcoded. Check out which one is broke
X2 it happened to me also wire got in track, I spliced ack together good as new.
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