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Ways to Fix Twisted Vertical Blinds Slats

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Vertical solutions are practical and convenient solutions. They are excellent for giving privacy and protecting from harsh sun rays. Vertical blinds are best for large windows and patio doors. And vertical blinds are made from different materials like PVC, fabric, sheers, adding character to the rooms. However, sometimes vertical blinds can become twisted, which can be fixed at home. Let’s learn how to fix vertical blinds with ease

 

Operational issues with Vertical Blinds

Vertical blinds are a widespread choice for windows in homes and commercial spaces. And while they adds value to the workspaces, they also come with their fair share of problems. Seek professional guidance if the slat gets damaged or slats become misaligned. Furthermore, you can fix vertical blinds with professionals for the smooth operation of the blinds. 

 

The common problem is that the vertical blinds can get twisted and misaligned, causing them to not open properly. This happens when one of the few stems is fixed to the blind track, and it gets damaged. Here are some things that you can do to get the slats back on track. So when the vanes are misaligned, try out the following fix:

Procedure 1

1. Twist the bands or close the chains to keep the louvers in the closed position. 
2. Keep pulling the wand until the twisting of the band stops completely.
3. Once the wands stop rotating, give the chain a firm pull. Pull the chain again to move the levers in the opposite direction. 
4. The twisted vanes will turn and fall off the track. Open and close the vanes properly to see if the blind is working correctly or not. 

Procedure 2

1. Start by removing the clips and vanes. 
2. After the vanes are removed, rotate the controls from left to right and vice versa. This will ensure the carrier gets aligned to the stem on the track. Reattach all the vanes after the procedure is over. 

Some vane may get cracked or bent due to excessive pressure. Damage to one slat doesn’t require an entire blind to be replaced. 

With these instructions, you can try your hand at fixing your broken blindsIn most cases, it will take just a few minutes to fix it.


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