How Do Venetian Blinds Work?


On the venetian blinds the looped strings on the side controls all of the blinds and the left one closes the blinds and gives you shade. While the right string opens the shades and allows for sunlight to come into your house. The blinds work on a friction clutch and if you want to release them you pull the strings towards yourself. Holding the cords means you do both sides at once. When the blinds are in the correct spot just pull the strings and release them and they blinds will be were you want them.
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How Do Venetian Blinds Work?
In contrast to Roman blinds or Austrian blinds, the mechanism of a Venetian blind is hidden behind metal, plastic or aluminum casings, and is therefore difficult to visualize. However, the basic physics are the same as those of other cord-and-pulley... More »
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1. Take the blinds down from the metal brackets on the wall by lifting them out. Use a flat screwdriver to pry them from the brackets if they are not easy to get out. 2. Set the blinds
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1 Before cleaning with either of the two suggested light cleaning methods, check for problem spots. Wipe off any splats, stains, sticky areas etc. - window spray cleaner is helpful.
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