- Step 1 – Measure the blind.
- Step 2 – Remove the headrail by pushing up on the bracket tabs on the backside of the blind.
- Step 3 – Use the lighter to melt an end of the new cord to the old cord.
- Step 4 – Tie a knot at the end of the new cord so it won’t pull through the blind.
Keeping this in consideration, how do you fix a vertical blind cord?
How to Repair the Pull String for Vertical Blinds
- Locate the break in the string inside the head rail.
- Remove the head rail cover from the head rail.
- Thread the string up through the hole in the bottom of the head rail if the string fell out.
- Loop the two ends of the broken string together to form a small knot.
Subsequently, question is, how do you adjust the cord on a vertical blind?
- Look inside the headrail and find the vane carrier where the cord ends in a knot.
- Hold that vane carrier and pull out the excess cord until the cord safety device reaches the desired height.
- Tie a knot in the cord at that position.
Also asked, how do you replace vertical blinds?
How to Replace Vertical Blinds
- Step 1 – Remove Blinds. To replace any part of the vertical blinds, first move the actual slats to the open position.
- Step 2 – Replace the Blind. Once the old blind or slat has been removed, slide your new slat back onto the hook or track.
- Step 3 – Clips.
- Step 4 – Head Rail.
- Step 5 – Chain/Rope.
Can vertical blinds be repaired?
Vertical blinds break far too easily. Fortunately, there’s a cure: Weblog WonderHowTo points out that you can use a paper clip and some tape to fix a broken slat. When a vertical slat breaks, most often it’s merely a tiny piece of plastic that snaps off at the hole in the top.