Occasionally, enclosed blinds can experience some minor hiccups. It's usually easy to fix the Blinds by yourself. Whether you need to re-engage the operator, adjust your blinds so they're level, or clean the glass, our videos will help you quickly and easily diagnose and remedy any issue you might have with your built-in blinds.
HOW TO RE-ENGAGE THE BLINDS OPERATOR
Blinds between glass raise and lower with the use of magnets inside the glass and on the external operator. Occasionally, the operator can come loose from the internal magnets, causing the blind to not operate properly. If your operator comes loose, the operator magnets have become disengaged. Re-engaging the magnets is easy, and this video shows you how to do it.
HOW TO CARE FOR AND USE YOUR BLINDS
Built-in blinds stay dust-free, are safe for children and pets, and are easy to care for and operate. This video shows you how to care for your windows with blinds between the glass and doors with build-in blinds, and how to use them for optimal convenience and enjoyment.
HOW TO EXERCISE THE BLINDS FOR PROPER LOWERING
If the blinds between glass in your window or door have been in a raised position for a long time, the blinds might not lower properly when first lowered. "Exercising" the blinds will correct this issue. This video shows you how to exercise your built-in blinds as needed.
HOW TO LEVEL THE BLINDS
Occasionally when operating blinds between glass, the blind might become out-of-level, with one side of the blind being higher than the other. Adjusting your door or window blinds back to a level position is easy, and this video shows you how to do it.
HOW TO CLEAN THE WINDOW OR DOOR GLASS
Although the enclosed blinds in your window or door never require dusting, the glass itself must be kept clean to ensure easy operation. If operating your blind is taking more force than usual, you might need to clean the glass. This video explains how to clean the glass properly.