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Q: How do I return a reclined seat to its original position?

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How do I return a reclined seat to its original position?

A: To return a reclined seat to its original p...

To return a reclined seat to its original position, pull on the seat recline lever, which is located on the side of the seat, near the back. Make sure that no pressure is applied to the seatback, and it will naturally return to its original position.

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