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post #1 of 5 Old 02-06-2008, 08:42 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi all. Kind of a weird request here. I just bought an electric 6 piece recliner sectional from Haverty's last week. The outer recliners have switches built into the outside of the recliner, while the 2 inner recliners have wired remotes to control reclining position. I would like to find switches similar to what the outer recliners have, so I can install them into the adjoining consoles of the inner recliners and eliminate the need for the wired remote.

It's just a simple 2 position switch, but it has a nice slide lock cover plate, that hides the screws and makes it look nice. I was wondering if anyone knows of any places that have parts like this that you can order. I have surfed for awhile and haven't come across anything.

Worse case, I can try to call Haverty's warehouse and see if I can buy a couple switches from them.

Can anyone help me out?

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My wife and I have just recently purchased a lot of furniture from Haverty's and although it is nice furniture they do not make their own. I would suggest contacting the manufacturer of the seats rather than talking to Haverty's warehouse personnel.
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That's the problem. I can't find any ID anywhere on the sectional that identifies who the original manufacturer is. Maybe I can get that info from Haverty's warehouse.

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Can the salesperson you dealt with help you?
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Furniture manufacturers are typically not in the switch building business and they are most likely an "off the shelf" part. There is a chance it's a custom spec switch, but probably not.

I would take one switch out and see if there is a manufacture stamped on it. Start there, you may be able to find them somewhere like Grainger.

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