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Old 06-26-2007, 01:00 AM   #21
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My observations:
Lay-Z-Boy is out of my price range. Some were as cheap/much as 800 or so...but that's too much for me right now.
Would you consider used? I'm checking out La-Z-Boy furniture on our local craigslist -- prices are running anywhere from $20 - $300 depending on the age and quality of the recliner. The $300 was for the barely used, contemporary, red leather club chair / recliner. What a beauty! I almost called the phone number when I reminded myself that I actually don't like leather furniture . . .
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Old 06-26-2007, 11:10 PM   #22
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Would you consider used? I'm checking out La-Z-Boy furniture on our local craigslist -- prices are running anywhere from $20 - $300 depending on the age and quality of the recliner. The $300 was for the barely used, contemporary, red leather club chair / recliner. What a beauty! I almost called the phone number when I reminded myself that I actually don't like leather furniture . . .
ive been looking to no avail. black leather is harder to come by than i imagined
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Old 07-22-2007, 11:09 PM   #23
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well, I GOT IT!!!


Craigslist was the ticket. I got a "Tranquil Ease" heat/massage blaxk leather fluffy recliner for $100. The heat/massage does not work....but I hope to tinker with it until it does. All the lights come on the control pad and never shut off...mayeb a short? I dont think new guts would be too expensive...but I'm not sure. Any techie's wanna take a stab at it? Its got a black box mounted below the seat with 4 wire...power, seat, back,heat, and controller.


Anyhow, just figured I'd update the thread as I watch tv in it
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