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Old 09-03-2017, 04:34 PM   #1
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Removing Seneca Roller Shades

We had our 2016 Seneca in for some work on the emergency window and when we got it back one of the roller shades was put on backwards. We just need to rotate the shade but cannot figure out how to remove the shade from the bracket. Do I need to take the valence off to remove the shade from the bracket? Thanks for any help.
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I'd like to know the answer too
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Removing Seneca Roller Shades

It is actually quite simple. There are two brackets on each unit. On one side of each clip there is a longer push bar. I just use a long screw driver and while supporting the shade with slight pressure away from the push bar I push up on the clip. Repeat on the other and the shade drops down. Install by setting the side opposite the bush bar, in the groves on each clip and press up into place. See photos.


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Thanks, that helps a lot.
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Awesome... Now to go and adjust all of them so that they go all the way up properly.

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Excellent solution and pictures! Thank you for posting this. ALSO, thank to the original poster for titling this with a subject title that will be easily searched in the future.
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