22.214.171.124. Adjustment of an inclination of a seatback
Fig. 1.116. Adjustment by means of the rotary handle
To adjust a seatback inclination, bend a little forward (for unloading of a back from body weight) and bring a back into required position, rotating the rotary handle. Then deviate back to reach a comfortable position (fig. 1.116).
Fig. 1.117. Adjustment by means of the clamp lever
To adjust a seatback inclination, bend a little forward (for unloading of a back from body weight) and lift the clamp lever up. Holding the lever, deviate back and bring a back into required position. After that release the lever of a clamp (fig. 1.117).
Check that the lever of a clamp returned to a starting position and the seatback was reliably recorded on the place. For this purpose try to shake a back forward and back.
Returning the inclined seatback in vertical position, hold it with other hand when you press the clamp lever. If not to hold a back, it can deviate sharply forward.