Door Blind

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  1. karalal

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    On my autotrail scout the blind on the habitation door goes right to the top but slides down about 6 inches where it locates into 2 holes is there a reason why it will not close all the way
     
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    I think you will find that you have a flyscreen as well. Bring the flyscreen down halfway, and then bring the blind up as well and the two should clip together, then when you push it all the way up the blind should stay. I think that is how it worked on our Autotrail Arapaho.
     
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    If Jims susgestion does not work,it my need tensioning
     
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    I have tried it with the fly screen but it still slips down until it locates in the 2 holes that are in the frame
     
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    Hi do you need destructions on how to tension the blind?
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    If you could it would be most helpful
     
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    Hi first take off the frame to which the blind is attached,turn it over so you can see the blind.At each end the blind is held in place with 2 pozi screws,undo the end with the smallest flat end, pull gently up & down at the same time releasing the end leaving the other in situ.You should now be able to turn the whole blind about 10 turns then replace/screw back on position. :thumb: turn it the opsite way to what you think :Rofl1: I always get it wrong :Rofl1:
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