Seitz blinds on Autosleeper Nuevo ES

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    Has anyone replaced a broken centre catch on a Seitz flyscreen/pleated blackout blind?
    I have obtained replacemnt parts but have no instructions as to dismantlinf/fitting.:helpsos:
     
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    We have a couple of broken catches, too. Can I ask where did you get your catch from?
    Lucille
     
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    Seitz blind replacement

    Hi Lucille!
    I obtained parts (replacement kit for one blind/flyscreen £10) from my local independent motorhome specialist:

    Autovan Services Ltd.
    32 Canford Bottom
    Wimborne
    Dorset BH21 2HD Tel: 01202 848414
    e-mail: office@autovan.co.uk www.autovan.co.uk
    a workshop/parts supplier offering excellent service & advice.
    They would no doubt fit the parts as I gather it is not easy, as the tension would need to be addtress upon re-assembly, so I shall look into it. Thanks for the contact and I'll keep you informed.

    Regards

    Ian
     
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    Seitz blind on Autosleeper Nuevo ES

    I have fitted a new centre catch:

    Remove bottom runner from window frame & slide out fly screen.
    Knock out end cap.
    Remove debris from runner and slide new catch & spring onto runner.
    Replace fly screen.

    Check out Seitz/Dometic web site for useful diagrams, etc.:thumb:

    Thanks

    Rudkin
     

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