How Do You Fix A Roller Shade?
Roller shades make practical window treatments, providing you with privacy as well as light filtering options. Inside of the roller shade you will find a coiled spring. Other roller shade parts include a ratchet, a flat pin and a stationary round pin. When you pull on the shade, you place tension on the spring. When you stop pulling, a hinged device called a pawl fastens onto the ratchet, holding the tension and allowing forward movement only. The round pin moves around freely on the other roller end. Fixing your roller shade usually requires taking a few minutes to adjust these parts. Adjust the Spring Tension Step 1 Pull the shade down halfway. Remove the shade from the brackets and roll it up by hand. This tightens the spring tension. Step 2 Place the rolled up shade back onto the brackets. Test the tension and repeat until it works correctly. Step 3 Roll up the shade and remove the roller shade from the brackets if the spring tension is too strong. Step 4 Unroll the shade a few tim