I have a new office chair. I assembled it. It functions well. However, I have a few questions about it. The questions are relatively simple:
1.) Office chairs have a part which you rotate/turn. It is usually located under the seat. You can see an example of it in the image below (the link is given right below.) The part is indicated inside the red circle. The office chair in the image is a random choice. I was unable to present you with a picture of mine due to various legitimate constraints of life. I assumed that regardless of the office chair, all of this “turn-able/rotate-able” parts do the same job/function.
What does this part do? I have looked at assembly instruction (the “fine” manual, so to say) but there was not information about it.
2.) The seat can be removed from its place with strong force. Is it supposed to be work in this way? Perhaps, I am doing something wrong or incomplete. I do not think that I skipped a step in the assembly process. I re-winded it and tried various combinations. But, still, if I pull the seat upwards with a strong force, it gets removed its place (from the gas lift).
I hope that I have been able to explain the issues clearly enough.