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How to fix a broken office chair?

How to fix a broken office chair? Topic: Best and worst case scenarios for business
July 19, 2019 / By Brandie
Question: It was broken at the joint part where the metal mounting plate meets the hydraulic stem. It seems that the plate was welded onto the top of the stem, and now it was torn apart. My question is: is there a replacement plate, how to remove the old joint part from the stem? (I have photos but here it has no way to upload to.)
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Aleen Aleen | 1 day ago
Hopefully the chair still has the product sticker on it. If so, contact the manufacturer and they will 99/100 times ship you the replacement part for free. Generally it takes 3-5 business days to receive. The hydraulic stem you are speaking of (Gas cylinder) are pretty universal. If you cannot get the manufacturer to replace the parts or cannot find who the manufacturer is you could just take one off another chair, that goes for the bracket that attaches the base to the chair seat as well. The spacing between screws are usually the same and have slots rather than pre cut holes so you can line up the screws to be used on a different chair. Worst case scenario if neither of those solutions work I would search for your chair under google images, find the closest match and call that manufacturer and see if you can get the base plate from them! Good Luck
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