up the brackets
should be marked left and right (“L” & “R”).
You will need raw plugs suitable for the wall and screw size.
The screws should be provided. You will normally need two
screws per bracket and it is necessary to ensure they are
the correct size.
you have more than two brackets, ensure that the brackets
are spaced evenly and are level. Place the bracket on the
wall next to the markings unless told otherwise. Mark the
holes with a pencil. It is usually better to drill one hole
first, put the first screw in partially and then mark the
2nd hole to ensure it is accurate. Do the same with all of
the other brackets. Finish putting in all of the screws and
tighten well. N.B. When drilling the holes, a suggestion is
to hold a dustpan underneath as you are drilling to catch
the dust created.
will usually need to attach a valance clip before you install
your blinds. Attach the valance clip(s) to the front lip of
the headrail. The valance clip is the little accessory that
looks like a seahorse skeleton and holds the valance in place.
the valance clips are attached, you're ready to insert the
headrail into the end brackets. The hinged swivel plates on
the brackets need to be open. After the headrail is in place,
press the bracket cover plates down until they snap into place.
the blind is fitting either too tightly or too loosely, pull
the headrail back out and tinker with the tabs on its ends
to adjust. Press them in or pull them out a bit as necessary.
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