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Old 06-23-2019, 07:15 PM   #1
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Window treatment removal

Iíve got a 2019 Jayco 319 MLOK. My dog broke the string on the bedside small blinds and I need to take the window treatment off to access the blind. Is there a trick to get them off or are they tacked to the wall. I ask ahead because I donít want to damage my walls.
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Usual they are fasten with screws. Look from under upwards and see...……..
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They may be, but hidden by the actual shade hardware. For some reason it appears the shade is direct mounted to the window cover.
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They may be, but hidden by the actual shade hardware. For some reason it appears the shade is direct mounted to the window cover.
Yes they are. I've had to replace a cord on one of our shades. There should be two angle brackets screwed to the wall, (depending on how wide the shade is, maybe four) the valence is screwed to the angle brackets. The brackets will stay on the wall, the valence and shade come off together. You may have to be a bit of a contortionist to get to the screws, but it can be done. After all, someone screwed them up there to begin with.
You can buy a cord replacement kit, made by United Shade, which gives you everything you'll need to fix it, and then some. I think in three colors.
Complete instructions are in the kit, describing either just night shades, or the day/night shade combo. Really, it's a pretty easy repair.
A good size RV dealer should have the kits, or online at RV goody suppliers, or Amazon. Let us know how it turns out.
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Thank you very much. Excellent information
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