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Old 07-21-2017, 03:30 PM   #1
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One side of roll up blind drop down

After get to our camp site and getting our Unit opened I noticed on the kitchen slide the 2 roll down shades come loose on one side. Does anyone know how the valances come off? I don't want to start tearing them up to see what's up with the blinds.Click image for larger version

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After get to our camp site and getting our Unit opened I noticed on the kitchen slide the 2 roll down shades come loose on one side. Does anyone know how the valances come off? I don't want to start tearing them up to see what's up with the blinds.Attachment 145607 any thoughts.


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Holy cow I have never seen a better explanation than this!! Great job bclemens where were you when I had the same problem!

Hint make sure you take off the screws he is pointing at to leave the L bracket on te wall so it will be easy to hang the valance again instead of getting mad trying to find the existing holes at a ridiculous angle!
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Shades Falling

Most of mine have fallen as well. Looks like they should have used a little longer screw. The techs at the rally last year gave me a hand full of longer screws but I do have another one that has fallen. Project for the day...

The trick is to use the snake attachment for the battery drill and don't remove the L bracket. Hold your mouth just right and it only takes a few minutes. Good luck!
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