1) Fitting the Brackets
The brackets can be fitted in two different ways:
When positioning the brackets inside the window recess, make sure to allow for any obstructions such as window handles.
Ensure the outermost brackets are situated 3cm from the ends of the headrail.
Any additional brackets should be distributed evenly across the width of the blind, ensuring they do not obstruct any moving parts inside the headrail.
2) Installing the Blind
Locate the front lip of the headrail into the front of the bracket.
Push the front of the headrail inwards and the back of the headrail in an upwards direction until it locks into the back of the bracket.
4) Child Safety
Breakaway Safety Tassel
A breakaway safety tassel comes pre-fitted to the lift cords, so when a horizontal force is applied to the cords entering the tassel, it will safely break apart thereby eliminating any hazardous loops.
If the safety tassel becomes separated:
Firstly, untwist and untangle the cords.
If the blind features 2 cords: press the tassel together until it is fully closed.
If the blind features 3 cords: Place the loose cord into the opening in one half of the tassel and press the tassel together until it is fully closed.
If you have any doubts that the tassel has not been re-attached correctly, you can test it by placing your arm between the cords and pressing downwards. The tassel should break apart with minimal force.
Cord Safety Cleat
The safety cleat needs to be installed as close as possible to the headrail and in all cases not less than 1500mm from the floor. The cords must be fully wrapped around the safety cleat(s) when the blind is not in use. Refer to the table below to determine the distance required between the cleats to fully accumulate the cords when the blind is completely raised up.
|Drop of Blind||*Distance between cord cleats (center to center)|
|1 - 1000mm||100mm|
|1001 - 2000mm||150mm|
|2001 - 3000mm||300mm|