The first component to take into consideration when starting your search for a new chair for your home office is the capacity the chair will be used in. Will this chair be used in a home office space that is a separate room designed solely for working at home? Or will this chair be used behind a desk that is already incorporated into your home design? Depending on the space your chair will be used in will largely determine which chair you will purchase.
Another reason why chairs sink is when its height adjustment lever becomes damaged. Aside from being damaged, it may also come out of alignment. This happens when the gas lift is permanently set to release all the weight applied to it and so it forces the chair to sink. To fix this problem, you have to see whether the height adjustment lever is misaligned. Turn the chair over, locate the said lever and try pressing it back into its normal position.
On the other hand, if your office chair can’t seem to stop from reclining, there might be two root causes. First, the back of the chair might have been locked at a full recline position. To resolve this, do the same procedure with the control levers. Another reason for this is faulty mechanism, wherein the chair has very little or no resistance. Look for a round knob which is located under the seat. Turn this clockwise which will increase the tension of the back.
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