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Window Cranks & Blinds

thandlecrank4Windows with cranks have been around for a long time and are still popular today.  One of the reasons is that the casement style windows they open, seal better than sliding windows.  This is great for the function of the window, but what about the function of blinds on a window with a protruding window crank?  For anyone who has these, they probably have encountered this dilemma.  Blinds or shades that flop over a protruding window crank can be dis-functional and ugly.

One remedy for this problem is, installing ‘T’ Crank Handles.  T-handle metal window cranks will give enough leverage to operate the window and are small enough not to get in the way of the blind or shade, unlike other window cranks.thandlecrank3

T-handle’s vary by manufacturer. Fix My Blinds offers t-handles for Truth/Wright windows, Andersen windows, Pella windows, Peachtree windows, and old metal framed windows.  Click here to view them!

 

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How to Remove a Wood Blind

Remove 2 Inch

Finding the Right Tilter

Here’s a quick process for finding the right blind tilter for your blind:

2 Easy Tilter

How to Remove Vertical Vanes

Follow these easy steps to remove vertical blind vanes:

Remove VV

Find the Correct Cord Loop – 2 Easy Steps

Choosing a continuous cord loop for your shade is easy when you follow these 2 steps:

Cloop - 2 Steps

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Remove and Replace a Graber/Bali Crystalpleat

GRABER-BRKT

Find the Right Valance Clip for a Horizontal Blind

Finding the right valance clip is an easy process:

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If you don’t see a valance clip that matches yours, you can email a picture to:

questions@fixmyblinds.com

You can also see a recent article here:

Valance Clip Options for Horizontal Blinds

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Remove and Replace a Hunter Douglas Duette

HD-BRKT

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How to Measure for Blinds – Inside Mount

IM Measure

Loop Replacement in a Rollease Clutch

Here’s instructions for replacing a cord or chain loop in a Rollease style roller clutch.

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1. Remove the shade from the window, and remove the clutch from the shade.

2. Remove the old cord – (Do not disassemble the clutch) Capture1

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3. Install the new cord or chain

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4. Re-install the clutch, remount the shade and test

Here’s a video for this repair:

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