Finding Lazyboy Recliner Parts

Your Lazyboy will most likely be your favorite piece of furniture. It will provide comfort and relaxation to your tired muscles and bones each and everyday. However, as in all furniture, even the most durable ones can fail after some time, especially when it is overused.

When your Lazyboy starts to act up, make sure to have it checked as soon as possible. If you don’t give it the attention it needs, it will most likely worsen with time and continued use. There might come a time when you would have to look for a Lazyboy recliner part and have it fixed. Although every Lazyboy comes with a limited lifetime warranty, some parts may not be covered by the warranty. Moreover, if the repair needed is minor, it may be more expensive to have it sent back to your dealer and Lazyboy factory, so you can rely on your local repairman this time.

When this happens to you and your Lazyboy recliner, where can you find replacement parts? Luckily, you have a few options.

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If you don’t want to buy from Amazon, here are your other options:

1. Check with your repairman.
Repairmen usually have their own repair parts stocked, so they can be your first and most convenient option. If they don’t have them on stock, they will usually provide you information as to where you can possibly buy the part you need.

2. Check your local hardware.
Most recliner parts can be found in major hardware shops, so check with your local hardware. You can even ask your repairman of choice to accompany you if you are clueless about recliner parts.

3. Check with your dealer or the store where you purchased your recliner.
If the recliner parts you need seem difficult to find, try contacting the dealer where you have purchased the recliner. These suppliers usually have their own set of stocks of recliner parts, some of them even sell them as well.

4. Check the Yellow Pages.
There might be Lazyboy recliner service centers in your area that sell recliner parts. You can also check out Lazyboy authorized dealers in your area and nearby and ask whether they have the part you need for sale and if they have it in stock.

5. Search online.
The Internet can provide you with a vast resource of recliner parts. There are many online shops that sell Lazyboy recliners. Log on and search for them through your favorite search engine. You can also ask around through online forums. Lazyboy recliner parts shouldn’t be hard to find online. We even lists Lazyboy recliner parts here on our website and where to buy them!

Lazyboy recliners are one of the most popular and reliable brands in the recliner industry. Buying a Lazyboy will not only guarantee maximum comfort, style and durability, but it will also guarantee you less headaches – in looking for repair parts, for example. Fortunately, there are a wide range of options for looking for Lazyboy recliner parts. Just remember to have your Lazyboy fixed the soonest possible time to minimize possible costs.

Looking to repair your Lazyboy recliner and buy parts online? Find Lazyboy recliner parts online here.

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  1. Rose D Newton - 11/22/2009 at 12:56 pm

    the store where we brought out lazyboy recliner is no longer a dealer. My chair needs repairing. If we could get the parts we could do the repairs. Where do I go for thes parts and what info do I need to ordr thes parts. Can’t believe i can’t find them at your site. Help

  2. Edward Lee - 12/2/2009 at 6:13 pm

    what causes the footrest not to return to its normal folded position when I push down on the lever

  3. Ann Roberts - 01/7/2010 at 6:21 pm

    One of the springs in the seat has broken into two pieces. The spring goes from front to back . Where can we find a new spring in Fort Worth Tx area.

  4. ben albada jelgersma - 01/16/2010 at 1:28 pm

    Who can help me with a new lever to replace the broken lever of my La-zy-boy recliner ( 1996 ) purchased in Germany. The German dealer Terstappen lost its license and in France where I live are no dealers. Please help.
    Regards, Ben. France

  5. Rich - 01/18/2010 at 11:59 am

    I have just acquired a set of Lazyboy reclining sofa and loveseat…the left hand recliner of the sofa has a worn legrest mechanism and I would like to replace it but am unable to locate any parts online.

    Any advice or direction would be appreciated…Thanks!

  6. Bob Schedler - 02/17/2010 at 4:35 am

    Ben albada ….
    I am in exactly the same position and am also looking for a lever. Have you had any luck yet

  7. Carolyn S. Smarsh - 02/20/2010 at 2:12 pm

    I need to replace a wiring section in my massage chair. I have the part in my hand that I need but can’t find it anywhere on your website. It is a foot section with plugs on both ends which goes from the remote. Can you help me? Thanks

  8. Jim Moore - 02/25/2010 at 3:09 pm

    Where can I buy a new lever for my recliner??

  9. Patricia - 04/9/2010 at 6:34 pm

    One of the springs broke in our Lazyboy Recliner and needs repairing. Who or where in the Big Bear, CA area (92314) does this kind of work with the proper parts? Thanks!

  10. henry Geisendorff - 05/3/2010 at 9:26 am

    If you are 240 lbs do not expect a lazy boy recliner to support you for more tha 2 or 3 weeks before it loses its spring support in the seat. All lazy boy will do is replace the same type springs. You have been warned.

  11. jackie - 08/26/2010 at 1:30 pm

    where can I buy replacement seat springs for my lazy boy recliner chair?

  12. karyl - 09/18/2010 at 12:48 pm

    I have a lazy boy recliner the foot rest is bent I can,t seem to get the part to repair it even lazy boy won,t help I can fix it if I could get the part my couch is new its 17 months old if I take it to a repair shop they will charge 100.00 per hour help

  13. kirby holt - 09/21/2010 at 7:31 pm

    on the left side of my recliner one of the springs that control the rocking motion broke and I need to find the reolacement springs (2) springs on each side fixer in a bracket

  14. carolyn shiver - 09/23/2010 at 1:22 pm

    I bought a man sized lazy-boy because I am tall and the footrest was longer. A few months afterwards a bolt that is under the chair broke. The warranty paid for repairs. Several months afterward it happened again. The chair was “repaired” three or four times, the last time was the last time for warranty repair, or so I was told. I don’t know what the five year warranty is for and having misplaced my invoice I am not quite sure the chair is still under warranty. I am sure, however, that the chair is parked in the corner of my living room and not usable because the same bolt is broken and a spring that helps the mechanism just fell out on the floor. I mistakenly thought LazyBoy was a reputable company but I guess not. The dealer wouldn’t replace the chair when it first broke and has since gone out of business. I am elderly and have a sick husband and am working so that we can have insurance. I would love to have my chair repaired because I can’t buy another, but sounds like I shouldn’t even go there because of the repair costs.

  15. lostmetoo - 11/27/2010 at 1:02 pm

    I also need replacement chair springs for my lazy bor recliner. I live in central MI.

  16. Carolyn - 04/5/2011 at 11:49 am

    I bought a Lazy Boy recliner 3 weeks ago that will not recline all the way back now…but sticks. I can’t believe it. Lazy Boy used to have a great reputation but I wonder if I’m going to be very sorry we went to them. We will call the Gallery today where we bought the item.

  17. tonya jarrells - 01/4/2014 at 12:16 am

    I live in Columbus Ohio. I am needing my lazy boy lift chair repaired. It would not go back. Not sure what part I need. How would I find a reliable qualified repairman? Can you direct me? Thank you so much for any help you can give me to resolve this issue. Tonya Jarrells

  18. marty - 02/26/2014 at 1:52 pm

    I need a remote for chair-model11500-serial # 007034- are ther any to be had?? could I use another remote and splice the wiring???

  19. Joyce - 04/25/14 - 04/1/2014 at 6:57 pm

    My lever also has broken for my footrest and I would like to replace it as my sofa is only 6 years old. I live in Caledon, Ontario Canada

  20. Robert Carter - 04/23/2014 at 12:18 pm

    the lever rod broke under chair#sku 100592909 that let,s chair up or down and hold,s it in place,it has 2 hole,s in it for wire clip to go thur can u send me a part,s chart for that chair and where to buy part will fix myself. thanks,if need more info mail me I will send number.

  21. Karleen - 05/26/2014 at 5:02 pm

    The wooden part of my lazy boy broke.. Can I get parts to fix it… I need all 4 pieces as they are all broken

  22. Heather Hay - 06/20/2014 at 6:56 pm

    Looking for a spring for a lazyboy wing back that was purchased 21 years
    ago it is for the foot rest. Toronto, Canada

    The new one I purchased last year has had 3 repairs already. Will not
    purchase another LAZY BOY PRODUCT.

  23. Montana - 07/16/2014 at 12:33 pm

    Former La-z-boy employee here…. for seat springs (the zig-zag type) you can go to La-z-Boy Comfort Care…you need the ACK number from under the footrest, its on the LAW TAG. OR, you can go to any furniture repair person…these are generic parts and any reputable repair person will have them.

    For the replacement recliner handle… your best bet is EBAY, there are two types of handle inserts so be careful. first type is for the TORX bolt, but they call them the star insert, and the latest one is the “new” square/box insert.

  24. Gene Michaelis - 09/7/2014 at 3:05 pm

    I need a lever for my recliner. Where can I get one? I can not find a web site that lists parts.

  25. country sunshine - 11/6/2014 at 8:14 am

    I have a Big Man Rocking Lazy Boy Recliner that has served me well for the past 14 years. Sadly, the foot lift has stripped the teeth that makes it recline in several different positions. I am over 300 pounds and this chair has served me well all these years. I have purchased three new lazy boy recliners over the years to replace this one but it is obvious that the construction and design has been compromised with mass repuduction.They do not have the comfort like the old one. In all the years that I’ve had this chair, we have had to replace the recline mechanisms twice and it was easy to find the parts online and they shipped them FREE. This time, I can’t seem to get a hold of anyone at Lazy Boy and all I can find are places to buy parts. What happened to the free lifetime warranty for parts ?

  26. Rich Dugan - 11/10/2014 at 7:54 pm

    The handle on my lazy boy recliner broke, it was purchased at the NFM in Omaha, went there and they said I would have to go to your website. Can’t find anything on your website about a part although I saw the video and it is easy enough to fix. I don’t want to run around to Home Depot, Loew’s and menards looking for a part and I have no idea what kind of repairman would carry this handle.
    Who would I contact in Omaha or call to order the handle?

  27. David - 11/28/2014 at 7:58 pm

    my foot rest on my recliner got stuck half up and wouldn’t go down. there wer two plastic arms that were on the floor once I got them down. how do i get replacements?

  28. Ron Axelson - 11/29/2014 at 1:00 pm

    can the plastic pieces that act as a break when pushing the back of chair back which are adjusted behind the wing nut on my recliner be replaced? If so where do I get these pieces? Thank you Ron

  29. mike - 12/16/2014 at 3:34 pm

    set of springs mounted under the chair on the left side are broke , the springs are fine the bracket is broke. it’s for a heat massage chair had for awhile

  30. Vic - 12/31/2014 at 1:51 pm

    Lazy Boy Power Recliner stopped working. We checked the power supply seems to be ok. Any suggestions on what we need to check. thank you.

  31. priscilla hutto - 01/25/2015 at 8:54 pm

    looking for a t motion power supply part no. TP2-2060-001, Serial no.201112182160. Thank you.

  32. Danny - 03/14/2015 at 1:07 pm

    I have a rocker recliner that has broken the arm which engages the ratchet bar to lock the position of the chair. I have looked on line with no results as to where to get a replacement part. Anyone got a site where i can purchase the part?

  33. Frances - 09/7/2015 at 12:30 pm

    My dog chewed through the controller for the heater and vibrater. Model 11041. Serial 092893. Where can I purchase a new one with the cord.

  34. dolores rehling - 05/21/2016 at 10:39 am

    need two arm chair covers, appros. 10 incher, front of leather arm. leather damaged

  35. Neal - 07/21/2016 at 10:33 pm

    I have a Clark Lazy Boy sofa that is missing two small levelers that act as the legs. Anyone knows where I can get replacements? Thanks so much.

  36. Wes - 11/2/2016 at 9:31 am

    Hi there.

    I’m looking to replace the leather covers, or upholstery on my two chairs. OEM

  37. Belinda - 02/8/2017 at 7:44 pm

    I have a luxury lift chair. The lift stills works great and recliner too. But my massage and heat stopped working. Hubby says maybe fuse. Don’t know maybe controller. Anyone know how to and where to get help. No lazy boy dealer near us.

  38. Brian johnson - 02/20/2017 at 2:45 pm

    I have two couches with recliners at each end. I’ve lost a significant amount of stuffing from the seat cushions. How do I get new stuffing and how much will it cost?

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