I need some help with the blinds I bought from Bunnings last week. Included with the blinds were two brackets and a little cord. I tried to put it together, but for me it seems like something is missing. There's no manual with it and on the bag it says it should be an easy installation. Attached a photo of what's included.
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I'm sure community members will be happy to provide some tips for installing your new blind, but in the meantime I hope you find this resource helpful - How to install indoor roller blinds. I will also attach the video below.
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It looks like you have everything you need there @mez.
What are you having trouble with?
The brackets look the same, normally there is a left and right, but it might just be the picture. They go to the inside, top of your window frame at the width of your blind, the end of the blind that has the flat pin, slides into the slot on the bracket and normally the round pin goes into the round hole in the bracket . The string and tag screws into the bottom rail of the blind when it is open, something to grab when putting it up and down. The video is a different type of blind
Hi @mez , @gcdoc is correct, except that all of those blinds come with the screw fixings as well. Did you not show them in the photo, or have you accidentally bought a previous opened/returned blind (that happens a lot)? Looking at the pics, it looks like you’re missing the fixings.
Have you still got the label from the packaging? If you have, take a photo (of all of it) and post, I’ll be able to help you, cheers Deb
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