Lazyboy Recliner Parts Diagram and Manual

Lazyboy recliners are famous for their reliable and highly functional reclining mechanisms. As products with mechanical parts that need to be assembled, they all come with a manual, explaining the process of assembly step by step. If you’re planning on getting one of these chairs, but would like to get to know the mechanism before you do it, or if you’ve already got one, but can’t seem to find your manual, you might want to know where they can be found. Here is your answer!

Where to find Lazyboy Recliner Manuals?
All the information you might need about your Lazyboy recliner can easily be found on the manufacturer’s official website. In order to get the manual, go to the Lazyboy website and scroll until the end of the Home page. At the bottom, under a tab named Customer Care, you will find the link for Customer Service. This will redirect you to a page with several different options listed on the left side, one of them being Product Manuals.

After you’ve clicked on the Product Manuals button, you will get a list of all the manuals that can be found on the official website. The list doesn’t include manuals for each of the available models of Lazyboy recliners, since that would be an even larger number, but don’t worry – finding the one you need won’t be that hard.

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First of all, there is a manual for all the products that have been shipped before the end of 2012, as well as one for all the ones shipped after that date. This is one of the ways you can get to the manual you need. Second, there is a manual for each of the several different mechanisms that you can find in one of the Lazyboy recliners. For instance, there is a manual for Luxury-Lift Power Recliners, so if your Lazyboy recliner has this as a part of its name, you’ve found the one you need!

Where to find Lazyboy Recliner Diagrams?
In the manuals that you can download from the Lazyboy official website, you will find not only instructions for assembly and taking care of the product, but also the diagrams that should help you get to know the mechanism better. For whatever reason you need to open up your chair (like DIY repair), it would be quite difficult to do it properly without the visual aid you can get from a diagram. Fortunately for you, everything you might need can be found in one place.

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15 comments | Add One

  1. Margaret Davis - 12/24/2015 at 2:34 pm

    How can I add the swivel to my electrical recliner chair ?
    LAZB-051005157200101100

  2. Jan Hampton - 05/15/2016 at 12:01 pm

    124606 – serial number
    11181 – model number
    0952 – number stamped on inset

    The remote doesn’t work all the time. I think something is wrong with the wires.

  3. rosalie terrill - 06/16/2016 at 11:04 am

    Power recliner worked fine to recline. The control quit working while in reclined position. What could be the problem on a 2 year old chair?

  4. David G. - 08/30/2016 at 4:34 pm

    I have a lock nut on a recliner that is stripped and coninues to fall out of the recliner bracket. I need a new lock nut, or, bracket arm that may be stripped also. What do you recommend? Could I go to a dealer and get the lock nut. It can’t be worth more than 25 cents. The nearest store is in Northridge, CA.

  5. Rick J - 10/5/2016 at 11:11 am

    I bought a Lazy Boy Relaxor Model LZ02H Serial Number T036585 from someone and they did not have the 12 volts 25 Watts power adaptor. Where can I get one?

  6. Carolyn Langford - 10/5/2016 at 11:57 am

    Leg lift part not staying up on style no;010354 sku 100469293

  7. Robert Green - 12/12/2016 at 9:16 pm

    I have a part that fell off of my wife’s recliner. The number is 15000694-00R.
    I cannot find where it came from. Her recliner will footrest will not step lock now. It is either all the way up or all the way down. There is also a R on the part. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

  8. John Brown - 12/26/2016 at 7:13 pm

    Need power supply for la-z-boy lancer power rocker recliner.
    The cable hanging out of recliner has a round/5-pin end on it.
    Any help is much appreciated.

  9. Sandra Johnson - 01/18/2017 at 4:57 pm

    looking for a part that lifts the foot rest it is plastic and the shaft of the motor fits in it I got some numbers of the piece

    05.000039
    CAV1
    can you help me with this don’t know where to get the part

  10. Kurtis M Dostal - 01/24/2017 at 9:30 pm

    Hi I need the half square spring for the ratchet arm that holds the chair in a tilted position.

  11. David - 03/11/2017 at 11:14 pm

    I have a laz-y-boy recliner that I believe lost a part. Is there a place where I can look at a diagram and find the parts I need to fix it? The leg rest does not fully close.

  12. Dot - 03/18/2017 at 6:20 am

    I have a lazy boy massage/heat recliner which is missing the power adapter. Where can I get one for it?

  13. Vince - 04/16/2017 at 12:05 pm

    I am looking foe treplacement cupholders for theatre recliners. The ned to have an outside rim diameter of 5 inches. Where can I get 16 of them?

  14. marym - 06/9/2017 at 1:26 pm

    the LazyBoy lift chair remote said E 68 so I replaced the 9 volt batteries.
    Now it has 3 green lite horizontal lines and
    nothing happens

    It is getting power in order for the lite to come on but I do not know what that means.

  15. Charlene Smith - 08/7/2017 at 6:34 am

    My lazy boy recliners are about 20 years old. They are leather and look great. However they are getting very difficult to close once opened. Does this mean I need a new reclining mechanism. If so where can I purchase 2.

    I know everyone says just get new chairs but I would still like to put these in the basement game room.
    Thank you.

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