Where Can I Take My Lazyboy Recliner for Repair?

Every Lazyboy recliner has been built and designed to be durable and reliable. However, as is true with any furniture, with frequent use and abuse, there becomes a time when your favorite recliner chair will start to fail you. When this happens, what do you do?

On the other hand, what if you had just bought a brand new Lazyboy recliner from an authorized dealer nearest you, and you are dissatisfied about its quality? Or what if you just bought a second hand recliner and out of hasty decision making, you later realize that it needs some important repairs.

When things like these happen, you will have to bring your Lazyboy recliner in for repair. Where exactly do you bring your Lazyboy recliner for repair? You have a number of options:

1. Back to where you bought it from
If you have bought a brand new Lazyboy recliner, your purchase includes at least a year warranty. If your recliner is acting up due to possible manufacturing defect, or defect that was not in any way, caused by you, bring it back to the store where you bought it from. Depending on what the problem is, the furniture store may offer to replace your recliner with a new one. In order to be entitled to warranty coverage, you must present your proof of purchase (official receipt). You can also present your Lazyboy identification tag, which can be found somewhere in your unit, usually underneath.

2. To a Lazyboy authorized dealer near you
If the store you bought your new Lazyboy recliner is inaccessible or is already closed, your next best choice is to bring it to an authorized dealer near you. Whether your recliner is still covered by some warranty or not, the authorized dealer should be able to help you with any repair and maintenance problems. With hundreds of authorized dealers, there will surely be on nearby. You can check the Lazyboy website to check for one near your area. Authorized Lazyboy dealers are usually experienced with handling repairs. They also have recliner spare parts should your recliner need them.

3. Your local repairman or repair center
If your warranty has already expired and you are looking for a cheaper alternative to have your recliner repaired, your local repair center or repairman should be able to help you. However, you should look for a repairman with enough experience in recliners. You can also ask the repairman where you can find spare parts should some of the recliner parts need replacement.

Remember though that when having your Lazyboy repaired, you are usually responsible for bringing them to the repair center. Ask your local authorized dealer about shipping costs. Local Lazyboy dealers usually offer some service to help you transport your recliner chair.

Slight damage and repairs in your Lazyboy recliner is sometimes inevitable. Of course, you can always lessen the chances of incurring damage to your favorite furniture in the house by taking care and maintaining your Lazyboy recliner chair well. However, should the inevitable happens, you always have some options to choose from.

Find out where to find Lazyboy recliner parts or how to repair your Lazyboy recliner.

27 comments | Add One

  1. james pray - 07/25/2010 at 3:47 pm

    where can I find a repair person to fix my lazyboy recliner. I live in Butler,mo

  2. Karen - 09/9/2010 at 6:19 am

    Looking for a someone who can fix a Lazy Boy Classic recliner chair. The chair reclines to far back and will not totally sit upright.

  3. ruth - 12/5/2010 at 4:34 pm

    where can I get a lazyboy fixed in Fargo. ND?

  4. jean wetherington - 03/29/2011 at 1:06 pm

    We have a Lazy Boy recliner that is apporx. 11 years old but is still in good condition. One problem. The reclining mechanism is stuck in the reclining position and will not come down. We live in South Carolina. Could you please tell us what to do.

  5. Carol Lewis - 12/30/2013 at 6:31 pm

    Where can I take y lazy boy recliner to be repaired I live in or near
    At. Clairsville ohio?

  6. Carol thompson - 01/27/2014 at 3:22 pm

    We have two lazy boys that need recovering ….live in Chino Hills CA. 91709

  7. Joe Adkins - 02/3/2014 at 12:29 pm

    I need to find out how to repair the cushion of our Lazy Boy Sofa. The lever to raise the lower half of the sofa seat is located between the sofa seat and the inside of the sofa. Over time the lever to the mechanism that raises the lower part of the sofa has worn a hole in the fabric on the side of the cushion. I can repair it by hand if I can just get to it. Can we remove the cushion & seat somehow???

  8. maxine wetherington - 02/3/2014 at 12:37 pm

    I bought my lazy boy recliner about 1 and1/2 years ago and now when you recline the chair it will not come down. It was purchased at Turners Furniture Store in Valdosta, Ga.

  9. Brenda - 03/4/2014 at 6:10 pm

    have to play with the handle on my recliner to make it fully engage recliner foot rest will not go down if it is not engaged first what can i do or who do i call for a repairman the store where i bought it in plymouth nc is no longer in business

  10. Gordon Wismer - 03/13/2014 at 10:00 am

    I have a broken seat spring, where is the closest Lazyboy repair close to Doylestown,PA 18901

  11. Robert Thomas - 03/20/2014 at 8:15 pm

    I have a leather Lazy Boy swivel rocker recliner. I bought it brand newapprox. 26 years ago. The springs have finally given way and there is a lot of grinding noise when it is swiveled. Is there a lifetime warranty on the mechanism?
    Please reply as to what can be done. The chair is otherwise still in good condition.

  12. John - 03/21/2014 at 1:13 pm

    The rachet mechanism on my lazyboy quit working due to one spring breaking. Where can I get a new spring or where can I get it fixed…

  13. julie - 03/21/2014 at 8:44 pm

    where can I take my recliner for repair, I live in Fort St. john B.

  14. Susan Daley - 03/30/2014 at 7:57 pm

    Live in Ogden Utah. Where can I get my lazy boy repaired?

  15. phil - 04/27/2014 at 6:58 pm

    My recliner Does not come up like it use to , with a little push it reclines ok but then the back goes on back and the bottom of the back is hitting the floor. Then you have to get out of the chair to get it to fold up by hand , every thing looks ok under the chair and all seems tight. Any suggestions ?

  16. steve hyde - 05/21/2014 at 1:19 pm

    I just purchased 2 electric recliners and a power love chair from the Montgomery store and I am totally dissatisfied with the service. I will not buy lazy boy again. I have one electric recliner that the headrest doesn’t work I can hear the motor running but the headrest does not move. How can I fix it.

  17. jackie - 06/24/2014 at 8:04 pm

    I live I somer Point NJ and the recliner will not go down.Is this an easy fix and where do I go?

  18. Mike coakley - 06/25/2014 at 12:29 am

    I live in Vallejo California and I would like to replace the mechanism and springs in my lazy boy recliner

  19. vern - 06/26/2014 at 9:30 am

    where can I take my lazy-boy for repair? I live in Crawfordsville in.

  20. lynn - 07/4/2014 at 12:24 pm

    We have two lazy boy recliners,about 35 years old. Have had them both recovered. Both still working like a charm.

  21. Annie s,ith - 09/10/2014 at 9:57 pm

    I have a reclinig lift chair that has stopped lifting. Could you please tell. Me how to get it looked at. I live in Washington, D.C

  22. Bob Forston - 09/25/2014 at 9:45 pm

    The reclining mechanism is stuck in the reclining position and will not come down. We live in Southern Indiana close to Evansville. Could you please tell us what to do.

  23. Ann Guerra - 01/26/2015 at 1:08 am

    6year old lazy boy recliner had broken seat spring. Live near Cerritos Ca. Where can I have it repaired?

  24. Bettie - 02/12/2015 at 11:14 am

    My cushions on my lazy sofa bed are getting soft and need replacing.
    It has three cushions. Otherwise the sofa bed is great.

  25. Gary - 05/1/2016 at 1:14 pm

    Where in Toronto best place to repair springs for leather recliner Lazy boy

  26. jamie - 05/19/2016 at 9:04 pm

    After 11 years, my recliner left and right arm cushions are sagging and are no longer firm. I live in Victoria, BC and would like to have them replaced. Is this possible and if so, who can I contact? PS. I love this recliner!!

  27. Jean F Rogers - 10/27/2017 at 10:18 am

    The leather on our Lazy boy love seat is worn in several places on one side of the cushion. Also, the arm on the same size is worn almost to a hole. Where can it be repaired?
    Thanks

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