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Tilt Mechanisms

Tilt mechanisms are the encased gear units, mounted in the headrail, that operate the rotation of the slats, or vanes, back and forth, on your blind. Tilt mechanisms have a gear system which, when engaged by the twisting of the wand, causes the tilting of the slats. Fix My Blinds carries tilters for one inch & two inch blinds, and vertical blinds. We also have replacement hooks & sleeves.

Tilt Mechanism Buying Guide Mini Blind Tilters Wood, Faux Wood, & Venetian Blind Tilters Vertical Blind Tilters

Tilt Mechanism Buying Guide

Follow these steps to find a tilt mechanism for your wood, faux wood, venetian, and mini blinds.

Step 1 of 2

Remove your blind from your window.

Measure the height and depth (H x D) of the headrail.

Click on the corresponding headrail size below to continue to the next step.


Mini Blind Tilters

Compare your tilter visually, then match to the headrail and (tilt rod) hole sizes we have in the product description.

Click here for the Tilt Mechanism Buying Guide.

Wood, Faux Wood, & Venetian Blind Tilters

Compare your tilter visually, then match to the headrail and (tilt rod) hole sizes we have in the product description.

Click here for the Tilt Mechanism Buying Guide.

Vertical Blind Tilters

Compare your tilter visually, then match to the sizes we have on the product pictures.

Hooks and Sleeves

Hooks & Sleeves

Hooks attach the tile wand to the tilt mechanism stem. Sleeves slide down over the stem and hook to hold the wand in place. Compare your hooks and sleeves visually, then match to the sizes we have on the product pictures.