Replacing an Armrest in a White Office Chair

Oct 24th

White office chair – Next to the wheels, armrests of a white office chair to get the most wear. You may not realize that while you are working, but their arms are constantly moving in and out and back and forth through the armrest. This constant slight abrasion over time makes plastic armrests or upholstery to wear. The armrests can be replaced with some basic tools.

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White Office Chair Picture

Replacing arm pads, Place the white office chair on its side with the arm to be fixed up. Remove the screws or bolts 1/4 inch below the upper arm to pull the arm pad. Insert one 1/4 inch bolts or screws through one of the holes on the arm of the chair and the position of the new platform arm so that the screw or bolt fits into the proper whole assembly pad. Rotate the latch which is coupled to the pad. Do not tighten at this point. Insert the other screw or bolt through the second hole in the arm rest and the mounting whole pad. Turn to engage the fastener in the mounting hole. Tighten the two bolts or screws.

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Replacing arms of the white office chair in one piece Remove the two bolts or screws holding the arm of the chair at the bottom of the seat and remove the old arm. Place the new arm of the chair so that the holes in the bottom line up with the mounting holes in the base of the chair. Insert one of the screws or bolts through one of the holes on the arm of the white office chair and the mounting hole in the bottom of the seat. It turns out to engage the fastener in the hole. Repeat with the other screw or bolt. Tighten the two fasteners.