What's the best way to fix sagging dining room chairs?

If the chairs are turned upside down and the fabric ripped off, we see a thin wood frame, and in the middle some golden fluff trying to be held up by straps, like those found on a duffle bag. The straps ripped or tore off the inside of the frame, and now the fluff comes down. What's the best way to fix this?
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Scott
THE Best Way is, to rip those seats off and throw out all of that old crap. Get High-Density Foam and 1/2" or 3/4" plywood in there. The chairs will be, literally, better than new and it's how the short-cutting for no-one's benefit idiot cheapskates should've done it with plank wood 1000-years ago....minus the foam.
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