15mm & 25mm Standard Universal swivel bracket
1. Place the appropriate brackets in position and mark the surface of the wall through the bracket fixing points for the fixing holes. The brackets should be positioned at each end of the headrail between the first ladder tape and the lock or tilt mechanism, ensuring that they will not align with any headrail components with intermediate brackets as supplied spread evenly across the blind width.
2. Fix the brackets in place using appropriate fixings for the type of surface. (The fixings supplied with this product are designed for fixing into wood surface. For alternative surfaces i.e. plaster/concrete alternative, suitable fixings should be used)
3. Offer the blind up to the brackets and clip/fix in place. The bracket should be located on the front of the headrail, the back of the headrail pushed up and the locking lever pushed home.
35mm & 50mm Universal ‘U’ brackets
Preparation and installation of brackets as roulette.
Offer headrail into ‘U’ bracket then insert and tighten locking screw.
25mm & 50mm Box Bracket Swivel Bracket
Preparation and installation of brackets as roulette but box brackets fix at each end ensuring that the bracket hinges from the top. Then space intermediate brackets evenly.
Operating your blind
To lower the blind pull the cord (with acorn on) towards the centre of the blind to release the locking mechanism and allow the blind to lower. (Only raise/lower the blind when the slats are in the open position.)
To lock the blind pull the cord (with acorn on) towards the edge of the blind and slightly release allowing locking mechanism to locate. (Only raise/lower the blind when the slats are in the open position.)
To tilt the blind (cord operation) pull one cord or one side of the endless cord loop, or (wand operation) twist the wand either one way or the other.
Caring for your blind
Do not allow moisture to settle on the blinds. – Wipe with a clean damp cloth.
Do not use any type of detergent to clean your blind. – Clean damp cloth only.
Do not oil or lubricate any part of the blind.