Reassemble the chair

How to remove office chair base

It can be tricky to remove an office chair base, but it’s not impossible. With a few simple tools, you can remove the base and have your chair back in working order in no time. Let’s get started.

Unscrew the bolts

To reassemble your chair, start by unscrewing the bolts that hold the base in place. You may need a Phillips head screwdriver or Allen wrench to do this. Once the bolts are removed, you should be able to lift the base off of the chair.

Remove the base

To remove the office chair base, first remove the seat and back from the chair. Unscrew the bolts or Phillips head screws that are holding the seat and back in place. If there are any plastic covers over the screws, pry them off with a flat head screwdriver. Once the seat and back are removed, locate the base of the chair. It is usually held in place by four bolts. Unscrew these bolts with a wrench and set them aside. You should now be able to lift the base off of the chair.

How to reassemble the chair

Most chairs come with simple instructions on how to remove the base. However, if your chair does not have these instructions or you have lost them, don’t worry. This article will show you how to reassemble the chair in just a few easy steps.

Place the base on the ground

1.Turn the chair upside down so that the base is facing up.

2.Place the base on the ground in front of you.

3.Find the five star-shaped legs on the bottom of the base. There will be two in the front and three in the back.

4.Thread each of the legs through their respective holes in the bottom of the seat until they are all securely attached.

5.Flip the chair over so that it is right side up again and enjoy your newly reassembled chair!

Screw in the bolts

Remove the base of your office chair by unscrewing the bolts that hold it in place. Be sure to keep track of which bolts go in which holes, as they may be different sizes. Once the base is removed, you should see the gas lift piston and the seat of the chair.

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