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Vertical Cellular Shade Repair Guides

Vertical Cellular shades are also called cellular sliders, Vertiglide, Slide-Vue, Longitude, and VertiCell. They are somewhat easy to repair. Common repairs include restringing the shade, installing new mounting brackets, and replacing carrier clips.

Vertical Cellular Shade Repair Guides

Vertical Cellular shades are also called cellular sliders, Vertiglide, Slide-Vue, Longitude, and VertiCell. They are somewhat easy to repair. Common repairs include restringing the shade, installing new mounting brackets, and replacing carrier clips.

Vertical Cellular Shade Repair Guides

Vertical Cellular shades are also called cellular sliders, Vertiglide, Slide-Vue, Longitude, and VertiCell. They are somewhat easy to repair. Common repairs include restringing the shade, installing new mounting brackets, and replacing carrier clips.

How-To & DIY Tips

Troubleshoot

NOT SURE WHAT’S BROKEN?

Identify the source of the problem.

NOT SURE WHAT’S BROKEN?

Identify the source of the problem.

Troubleshoot

Troubleshoot

NOT SURE WHAT’S BROKEN?

Identify the source of the problem.

Vertical Cellular Shade Parts

Identification and Background

Vertical cellular shades are cellular honeycomb shades where the cells in the fabric are situated vertically rather than horizontal. They operate by sliding left and right on an aluminum track and are often seen on sliding glass patio doors. These shades can operate by hand or with a motor. These types of shades are also called cellular sliders, Vertiglide, Slide-Vue, Longitude, and VertiCell.

Background and Identification

Vertical cellular shades are cellular honeycomb shades where the cells in the fabric are situated vertically rather than horizontal. They operate by sliding left and right on an aluminum track and are often seen on sliding glass patio doors. These shades can operate by hand or with a motor. These types of shades are also called cellular sliders, Vertiglide, Slide-Vue, Longitude, and VertiCell.

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