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Recliner Motors/Actuators

Kaidi KDYJT018-425 Recliner Motor

$185.00

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A replacement recliner chair and sofa actuator/motor. Model number KDYJT018-425. Stroke length is 250mm and comes with a 5 pin plug and retaining clip and OI plug. Genuine Kaidi Electrical Part Produced by Changzhou Kaidi Electrical Co Ltd. Quality, Durable And Reliable This is a genuine replacement motor so you can be assured of quality and compatibility in the replacement for your recliner. read more

SKU:
E-MOTO195
Brand:
Kaidi
Weight
1.60 kg
Dimensions
61 × 18 × 11 cm
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Description

A complete replacement actuator/motor unit which is fully assembled and ready to install. The 5 pin plug with retaining clip and OI plug are situated at the motor housing end. Installation is via a actuator pin and R clip that fasten to the mechanism frame via the clevis mounts. Tools required for this installation is a pair of pliers.

Specifications

Specifications

Model Number – KDPYJT018-425
Stroke –  250MM
Max Load – 1000N
Speed – 36MM/S
Rated Voltage – DC 29V
Rated Input – 75W
Max Duty Cycle – 2min ON and 18min OFF (10%)

How To

How To

1, Unplug all power to the recliner and remove the mains plug from the wall and check no power
2, Lay a drop sheet on the floor and carefully turn the recliner over on its side or back, please remember safe lifting techniques
3, Check and make a note of how the cables are situated on the recliner frame (photograph is a good idea)
4, Remove any cable clips with pliers/cutters, unplug all linked plugs
5, Detatch the Actuator/Motor pin and R clips from the clevis mounts and remove the part fully
6, Install the new Actuator/Motor by refitting the pins and R clips
7, Connect and plug all plugs in
8, Route the cables and attach in position with new cable clips
9, Carefully turn the furniture back over to the standard position
10, Reinstate the power and then fully test the recliner carefully checking all cables are in the correct postion and are not being pinched or stretched.

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5
Sofa Rehab

Site is easy to access and navigate, found needed product and checkout was hassle free. Delivery was speedy and product was good quality. Overall great experience!

5
Sofa Rehab

Just perfect! Only bought one to boost the saggiest seat in our L shaped couch and see if I got the right density, and I did. Tucked it under the cushion and now the seat looks consistent with the rest. Now to buy some more for the rest of the couch.

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Sofa Rehab

I was desperate when my lift-chair stopped working, due to chronic back issues. I worked out it was the hand control but nothing was available locally. So onto Google and I came across SOFA REHAB! They had the exact part I needed at a very reasonable price, the virtual chat was exceptionally helpful and postage was super quick!

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Sofa Rehab

I was absolutely thrilled with the results I got with my purchase. I only needed one coat and my couch looks amazing now. I had a worn centre area and a couple of worn seams. It was so easy to use and the result is perfect. I have only used a small amount from my 250ml bottle so it's going to last a long time. Great DIY product.

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Sofa Rehab

This was probably the most helpful company I have dealt with in a long time. My email was answered immediately. Txt messages followed asking for more info. They asked for pics of where we thought the problem was. They were spot on with what the problem was.