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Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect

Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
Okin Hand Control w/ Disconnect
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SKU: P112A
This most common Okin hand control works with many models of lift chairs and power recliners. It replaces parts numbered,,,,, and most other hand controls with simple up and down and a round 5 pin connector as pictured. **May or May not have indicator light**
Chair Brand: Golden Technologies
Chair Brand: Med-Lift & Mobility
Part Type: Hand Control
Manufacturer: AmFab
List Price: $84.00
You Save: $17.10 (20%)
Product Details
Okin Hand Control.
Our P112A Lift Chair Hand Control w/ Quick Disconnect For Okin & Dewert Has Round 5 Pin Connector. Also included is an extension cable to go from the pocket of the chair to the Deltadrive Okin Motor with a straight connector. (Usually you do not have to replace this extension unless it has become dameaged under the chair. This control replaces Dewert and Pride Hand Controls also. The quick dissconnect can be installed in the pocket of your liftchair so the hand control can be removed when kids are playing with it too much. It also makes it easier to replace the Hand Set. This is the style you will find on Golden Technologies Lift Chairs, Pride Lift Chairs, Okin,  Dewert, La Z Boy, Best, Berkline, Franklin, Palliser, Best, Med-Lift, and other numerous other brands. The Pride and Dewert tan colored hand controls with the paddle / toggle type switch can be replaced with this button style switch for simple up and down control. ON SALE TODAY!
A bad hand control is the most common lift chair problem:

If you have recently been having to fiddle with the hand control to get the chair to move and now it will go up, but not down, or, down but not up, or, has finally completely quit working then you most likely have a bad hand control. Logically if the chair moves at all you know you have power from your power supply and your motor is able to move. Thus, your motor and power supply are most likely good. You can easily check your power supply with a volt meter. It should be putting out 25 to 33 Volts DC. You can click on the videos link at the bottom left of this page and view the Deltadrive trouble shooting video. (The hand controls are a bit difficult to test accurately. Often trying your bad one on another good working chair is the simplest way to test them)
About 85% of all lift chair electronic problems described above are simply solved by installing a new hand control. The hand control plugs in easily, just like plugging a keyboard into a computer.