Please read completely the instructions below before beginning the

Please read completely the instructions below before beginning the
Please read completely the instructions below before beginning the installation process.
Before beginning installation, review parts list. NOTE that not all parts required for every
1. Headrail
2. Vinyl Louvers
3. Mounting Clips
4. L-Brackets (Wall Mount Blinds Only)
5. Mounting Screws
6. Valance (Optional)
7. Valance Corners
8. Valance Returns
9. Valance Clips (With Wall Mount Valances Only) Option
10. Cord Weight
Tools required for Installation
Drill w/ 3/32" bit
Metal Tape Measure
1/4" Nut Driver
1. Each headrail section will require a minimum of two L brackets. Using tape
measure and pencil, mark bracket locations on wall 2" from each window corner,
or 3" from each end of track. Space brackets evenly between the two end
Headrail up to 54" -2 Brackets/ Clips,
56" to 90" -3 Brackets/ Clips,
91" to 120" - 4 Brackets/ Clips,
121" to 150" - 5 Brackets/ Clips,
151" to 180" - 6 Brackets/ Clips,
2. Using tape measure and pencil mark
bracket height at each bracket position
from Step 1. Bracket Height = Length + 1"
for floor Clearance (e.g. 78" x 84" , mount
@ 85") Center Sides and Height Over
Window Frame.
NOTE: If carpet or tile will be installed
later, add allowance for thickness so that
louvers will clear carpet/tile.
3. Position brackets on wall and mark screws holes. Top of bracket should be placed
even with height marks from Step 2. Use drill to make pilot holes. Mount brackets
using included screws or alternative fasteners
4. Headrail should be centered under mounting clips, Insert track into front end of
mounting clip and snap into place with rolling motion toward back end of clip.
Start with center of headrail and work out toward each end of the headrail.
1. Valance (Optional) Insert Valance ends
into Valance corners, and attach corners to
end of valance sections.
2. Snap one valance clip onto ends of each
headrail section 2" from end. Space the
remaining clips evenly. Slide valance
sections into clips.
Each headrail will require 2-6 mounting clips (See Section 1 for quantity)
Measure headrail to allow a ¼" clearance between louver and window. Example
2" for 3 ½ louvers . . . or window casing
Attach mounting clips to ceiling not more than 30" apart over remainder of track.
Track should be centered under mounting clips. Insert track into front end of
mounting clip and snap into piece with rolling motion to back end of clip.
1. Mark mounting clip screw locations on
valance. Mounting clips should be
positioned 2" from the face of valance end
3" from valance ends and spaced evenly
between ends.
2. Valance must be drilled and positioned
between mounting clips and ceiling. Insert
screw through mounting clip and valance,
than tighten against ceiling or window
casing. (Insert track in place as described
in Section Above)
3. Squeeze at top of cord weight and remove cord ball. Loop blind control cord
around the guide on cord ball and re-insert into cord
4. Rotate stem to open position so you can see through slats.
Push louvers up into stems so front louver faces short leg
of stem. Gently pull down on louver to insure it catches
on stem hook. For cloth louvers all hems should face
same direction. Note. Channel Panel Louvers must be
installed so that insert material (front of louver) faces the
short leg of the stem. Remove louvers by inserting credit
card between louver and long end of stem.
To avoid possible strangulation, keep cords out of reach of children. Use these devises:
Clamp or clothes pins
Tie the cord to itself
Tie-down device
Louver Maintenance
Vertical Louvers require a minimum of care.
Cloth: Requires only periodic vacuuming
Metallic: Clean with damp cloth and a mild detergent
Vinyl (PVC): Clean with damp cloth and a mild detergent.
A thin film of detergent left on louvers will eliminate static electricity
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