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Levelor cellular blinds: How to un-stick pushbutton?
Old 07-23-2012, 07:03 AM   #1
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Levelor cellular blinds: How to un-stick pushbutton?

Any ideas on how to unstick the pushbutton cellular Levelor blinds This seems to happen about 3 times a year--and I'm careful to raise them up straight--and, after talking to a tech who installs them, seems to be a common complaint.

I did write the Levelor company, but seems you have to go thru alot just to get an answer there.

They are such a total pain that I would suggest nobody purchase them! Spend the money and get the corded ones instead that raise like old fashioned window blinds. These pushbutton ones are definitely not worth the hassle from my experience and are forever sticking no matter how carefully you raise them up.

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Old 07-23-2012, 08:00 AM   #2
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Mine occasionally stick and if I fiddle with the button a bit it springs back out the way it should. Perhaps a very short squirt of silicone spray?
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