Not all of my vertical louvres are rotating to the closed position.

Not all of my vertical louvres are rotating to the closed position.

Our vertical blinds are designed to realign, all you have to do is rotate them into the closed position with the beaded cord. When closed pull harder on the cord there will be resistance, don't worry it will make a clicking noise, continue until they are all in the closed position. This sometimes occurs if the louvre is catching on something.

Help

When I pull on the beaded cord my louvres are not tilting or are not inline with the other louvres.

If you need to realign the carriers, draw the louvers along the window and close them. Continue to rotate the beaded cord past the closed position and you will hear a clicking sound - this will automatically realign all the louvres.

If you are still experiencing a problem ?

Please find two [Images ] below to help sort out the realignment problem if we can try this in the same order as described below please.

First remove all your louvres and put them to one side.

    Check all the pins, are they all pulled down and are at the same level.  if not get a pair of pliers and gently pull the pin down to match the rest).
    Check all the pins are ALL pointing in the same direction, it’s not important which way they face as long as all facing to the right or all to the left. (if not rotate the beaded cord (D) to realign)  by closing until cord has resistance then pull harder you will hear a ratchet sound and will realign all pins, keep pulling until all pins are in the same direction).
    Get the louvres make sure all the hems are pointing in the same direction X, mount onto the rail with pins ALL set in the open position / direction see (C).
    Now draw the blind across the window with the plain nylon cord, then close with the beaded cord.

Hopefully one of these operations will have sorted out your problem, if the louvres are mounted in different directions then they will be trying to open and close against one another and cause the rotation to jam. 

Image title Vertical realignment problem.

Image title Vertical realignment problem.