Installation of RollEase Blinds

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Installation of RollEase Blinds
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RollEase blinds are found under many different names in stores across the nation. RollEase is a wholesale distributor, selling the patented Continuous Cord Control, as well as their blinds, to other manufacturers. The Continuous Cord Control is a selling feature of the RollEase blinds that provides a safety system for small children. The Continuous Cord Control keeps the blind controls in one piece, mounted to the wall, preventing strangulation risks. Installation of these blinds is only an afternoon away.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Screwdriver
  • Drill (optional)
  • Tape measure

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Position the bracket on the right side of the window frame in the chosen location with the open end facing downwards. Screw the bracket into the window frame, using a screwdriver or power drill. Measure the width of the blind, across the window, and screw the left bracket into place. Face the opening towards the floor.

  2. 2

    Push the clutch control, the metal bracket holding the metal control cord, into the right side of the rolled blind.

  3. 3

    Attach the blind to the bracket, pushing the lug or pin on the left side into the notch on the left bracket. Slide the right side of the blind, with the clutch attached, into the right bracket.

  4. 4

    Place the stop into the right side of the metal control cord at the top, near the clutch of the blind.

  5. 5

    Lower the blind to the windowsill or floor, at the lowest setting you desire. Attach the additional stop to the left side of the metal control cord, opposite the first.

  6. 6

    Loop the chain around the tension control devise and place the plastic devise against the wall or window frame. Screw into place with a screwdriver or drill.

  7. 7

    Pull the metal control cord to raise or lower the blind.

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