Kaidi Electric Recliner Oval 2 Button USB Switch
Commonly fitted to the outer arm of power recliner chairs and lounges and having a removable plastic nickel effect screw cover, it allows for an aesthetically pleasing design and offers a discreet appearance. Model number KDH101B-305 comes complete with USB port and a child lock button to stop young people from being able to operate the recliners.
Kaidi Power Recliner Toggle Switch
Model number is KDH101B-305 found on the label on the switch housing. This recliner switch is also compatible with many other brands such as HTL and Nick Scali lounges. We also stock the KDH101B-304 version of this power recliner switch.
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Make – Kaidi Electrical
Model – KDH101B-305
Spec Code – MOT-TS-49R
USB Port – Power rating 5V MAX2A
Switch Dimensions – W 90mm x H 43mm x D42mm (Approximately)
Cable Length (Inc Plug) – 1680mm
Disconnect power to the recliner
Prise off the oval plastic cover to expose the 2 screws and remove them
Carefully tip the recliner over to locate the 5 pin plug and disconnect
Place recliner back into standard upright position and remove the entire two button switch along with the plug and cabling
Install new switch and attach the screws before replacing the oval cover
Tip recliner over again and locate the 5 pin the plug and then connect the plug to the corresponding motor plug
Place recliner back into the standard upright position and reconnect the power.
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Will this work my recliner?
This switch is suitable for electric recliners with a single footrest motors, you will also need to check your actuator accepts a 5 pin round din plug.
How does the child lock feature work?
Simply use a pointed object to push in the small black button located at the bottom centre of the switch to engage the lock and press again to release.
Will the switch suit left and right sides of the recliner?
Yes, you may need to rotate the switch 180 degrees to ensure the buttons are the correct way round. I.E front button to open and rear button to close etc.
My switch has a 304 or another number on the end of the KDH101B will this switch still work?
Technically yes it will work however the numbers 305 and 304 relate to the fitment on the left and right side of the furniture. It is best to purchase the correct version.
Is this switch easy to fit ?
Yes, very simple and no experience is required. See our "How to " tab for detailed step by step instructions.
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