Repairing a Glider Rocking Chair?

I have a 4 year old rocking glider for my nursery and from the looks of it, the bolt came out from the bottom on one side, collapsing one side of the chair as a result. When I try to stick the part back into the hole, it comes right back out after I sit. How do I fix it and secure it back in place?

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December 2, 20190 found this helpful
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This could be an issue with the wood being cracked or broken. You may need to put this back together and add some wood glue to make sure the wood is holding it correctly.

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December 2, 20190 found this helpful
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You may need to put some wood filler in the hole so that the screw has something to adhere to. The hole may have gotten larger over time with use. However, 4 years is not a long time.

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December 2, 20190 found this helpful

It sound like the hole is stripped, requires new bolts,washers!

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December 2, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you so much! Is it as easy as getting new parts or is it pretty involving to fix?

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