So I swapped the transformer and it's doing the same thing. When I tested it the seat reclined but won't move back to the upright position. I swapped the parts with another chair and it did the same thing so it must be an issue with the circuit board in the box. I looked closely at it but couldn't tell if anything was wrong. It looked okay from my untrained eye. You instructions were perfect though as the transformer swap went smoothly.Good luck and let us know if you get it working.
Yes, I swapped the part that I worked on to get the seat back into the upright position. The chair works fine with the part swapped so that's how I know it has to be the circuit board that you showed. I'll have to take it back out and look at what you asked about. I looked at it the other day but didn't notice anything but I didn't know what I was looking at.Have you tried using a controller from a working chair on this chair? If so, does this chair then work correctly?
How are your soldering skills?
Please look at the attachment and let me know the answers.
Sorry about the delay on this. I was out of town for 2 1/2 weeks and have been crazy busy since being back. So here are some more pics. It does appear that one of the black boxes looks melted. Not sure about anything else. Here are some more pics. Any help would be appreciated.Jim,
Have you had the time to take the controller apart again?