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Re: Since no one...

I have one like that, too, Jim.  If you find out a remedy, I'd like to 
know.  At my age it seems foolish to lay out big bucks for a
chair, but maybe I can find one at GoodWill, too.  Hadn't 
thought of looking there.

In a message dated 02/06/2007 5:36:43 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
seems to be talking about plants, I thought I'd talk about chairs.

I've got this old office chair that I perch on when at this computer. I 
bought it 6 or 7 years ago at GoodWill and, well, it kinda looks like 
that's where I got it. But for the last however many years, it's been a 
very serviceable chair. Now, alas, its serviceability is coming to an 
end. It has one of those pneumatic height adjustments that has gone 
senile, I swear. At any given moment it will simply deflate, and I will 
be sitting nearly on the floor. Does anyone know if there is some way I 
can permanently lock the thing at its highest position, or should I 
just take it back to GoodWill and look for another one?

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