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Slat Problems

Vertical blind child safety problems

The hole at the top of my vinyl vane is ripped, torn or broken.
The fabric insert in my vinyl groovers fell out. How can I repair that?
What can I do to keep my vertical blind slats from getting out of sync?
One of my vertical blind slats is twisted out of sync. Do I have to buy a new headrail?
My slats are difficult to turn. I feel like something may break if I try to rotate them.


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Headrail Problems

Vertical blind child safety problems

One or more of the carriers on my vertical blind are broken.
One or more of the carrier stems on my vertical blind are broken.
My blinds won’t tilt open and closed when I pull on the chain or twirl the wand.
When I pull on the string, one or two vane move, but not the rest.
When I pull on the string, it is really hard to draw the blinds back and forth.
My blind has a wand control. Where the wand attaches into the blind, the tip is broken. How can I fix this?
The chain on my vertical blind broke.
The string on my vertical blind broke or is fraying.


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Chain & Clip Problems

Vertical blind child safety problems

My fabric vanes have chain and clips on the bottom. Some of the clips are broken, and the chain is dragging on the floor.


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Valance Problems

Vertical blind child safety problems

My decorative valance has fallen off the head rail and the clips that hold it up have broken.


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Mounting Problems

Vertical blind child safety problems

When I open and close my vertical blind, the back of the slats rub up against the wall, trim or glass.


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Child Safety Issues

Vertical blind child safety problems

I am afraid that my child or pet will become tangled in the lift cords on my blinds.


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