Berkline discontinued operations in March 2011. We get many of our parts from the same suppliers that Berkline used so we’ll continue to have most replacement parts for Berkline’s lift chair line. The challenge has been to get parts for the newer power recliner and theater chair products, as well as any frame or scissor parts for their other products. We do now have the actuators, power supplies and recessed controls for the power recliners and theater chairs listed below. Please call or email if you need parts not shown here.
The Berkline Co. began in 1928, when a craftsman named Jacob Popkin founded the company in Springfield, Massachusetts. His goal was to create comfortable, quality furniture at a fair price.
Berkline used electrical components manufactured by Hubbell Special Products from the beginning until the 1990s; from then on, they used electrical components by Okin, a West German manufacturer. We have listed the common parts from both component makers below. Unfortunately, Berkline has used a vast number of different electrical systems over the years.
Below we have listed the most common repair parts used on Berkline chairs, along with the factory list prices and our discounted pricing. If you don’t see what you are looking for, either call or e-mail us. Most of these parts are for the basic “up/down” lift/recline chairs without heat and/or massage functions. Parts for chairs with heat and massage are readily available, but there are so many variations that it would be impossible to list them all here.
Shipping within the continental USA is included in the prices quoted. We stock these parts in our warehouse for quick shipment. If you have any questions on whether a particular part will fit your needs, call or e-mail us. Tell us the chair manufacturer, serial #, description of part needed, and we’ll do the research and get back with you promptly (you may have to look on the “law tag” sewn to the bottom of the footboard for the manufacturer, and on the frame behind the chair for the serial #).
Need help deciding where the problem is? Go to Troubleshooting to determine which parts you need.