Occasionally over time cords get damaged or wear out with any window covering. Follow these easy steps to replace the damaged cord with a new one. Here are some basic steps on how to replace the cord on a damaged continuous cord loop.

Continuous cord loop or rollease is designed to make it easier to lift or raise larger window shades. The larger shades are the heavier they become and the more difficult they are to raise.

Step 1:

Remove the old cord
Hold the clutch by its base. With your other hand push a small loop of cord up to the front from behind the guard.With the hand that is not holding the base, bend the cord sharply against the first pulley tooth. Push or pull the cord hard enough to move the pulley.Use the cord as a handle all the way around until the cord is completely out of the pulley.


Step 2:

Select an appropriate cord length for the shade.
A simple way to do this is to cut the old cord so you can lay it out. Measure the entire length of the cord.

Step 3:

Insert thew new cord into the lift mechanism.
Push a loop up from behind the guard. Firmly push the cord against a tooth edge, until the pulley moves, trapping the cord in the pulley.Use a pencil eraser to rotate the pulley clockwise, one tooth at a time, all the way around to the other side.A loop will remain in front of the guard. Pull the cord from behind the guard until the entire loop falls behind the guard.


Clutch Cover(optional):
A:
Insert the tab of the cover into the cord-guard on the clutch.

B:
Rotate the cover up.

C:
Lock the cover to the clutch. You should hear it click or snap in.
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