Mulin ML8-226 Recliner Motor
A complete genuine OEM replacement recliner chair and sofa Linear actuator/motor. Mulin model number ML8-226. Comes complete with metal actuator link brackets, 5 pin plug and retaining clip and a male OI plug. We Only Stock Genuine Mulin Electrical Parts. No cheap compatible versions. Quality, Durable And Reliable This part comes with our 12 Month replacement warranty. So you can be assured of quality and compatibility in the replacement for your recliner. read more
Genuine Mulin Footrest Motor Replacement
A complete replacement Linear actuator/motor unit model number ML8-226 which is fully factory assembled and ready to install. This actuator is designed to drive open and closed the recliner mechanism in order for the furniture to recline. Ultra quite, swift and smooth operation are just some of the benefits of installing a quality part from Sofa Rehab.
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Make –Mulin Electrical
Rated Input –DC 28V 1.5A
Plugs –1 x 5 pin female din plug with clasp plus 1 x Male OI plug.
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, Unbolt motor drive link bolts and any fixings that attach the Actuator/Motor to the recliner frame and remove the part fully
6, Install the new Actuator/Motor by refitting the bolts and any fixings
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 position and are not being pinched or stretched.
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I've worked in a furniture store for 9 or so years and finding suitable recliner cables was always a challenge. When I recieved my cables off you guys, I couldn't believe how well they fitted. Absolutely magnificent place to get your cables. They were here in a couple of days as well so highly recommended.Anthony Testa
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!Wendy Staines
I was completely blown away by the excellent service. Perfect product delivered very quickly. My enquiry was responded to immediately and professionally.I'm a very happy customer and highly recommend Sofa Rehab.Kenneth Rule
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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.Tanya Collins