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Learn How to Install Roman Shade Bead Chain Part 2
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Once you have all of your items in front of you we will start with assembling your clutch units so let’s get started. This is your soft shade clutch unit, you are going to receive in a bag just like this let’s go ahead and open it for the items out here in front of you. You should have four metal spheres around this and then the actual unit itself along with two little screws and two number six screws for installation. First you are going to take your metal spheres and you are going to insert them into this slots right here on your clutch unit, there are four slots and four spheres and when you go to slide it, clicks right in. We will repeat this four times around your units okay so here is all force spheres insert it into the unit. Next we are going to take this flat disc here and you are going to take the end of your fiber glass rod insert it into the round opening here. At this point you should have your rod already cut six inches less than the width of your roman shade, I know that may not seem correct but you don’t want your rod to be the same with as the board you want it six inches less than that. Take any of your rod and insert it into this disc and its’ going to a tight insertion okay and once it’s inserted you can then secure the union and I’m going to put this around there okay. You have two holes here for this little screws as you receive and each one of this will go into here, okay and you can take your screw driver and put those on there now act those make this union a little tighter and little more stronger okay. So go ahead and insert those to those screws then I will show what’s next. Okay, next you are going to slide this disc onto these four spheres. Now put this around okay so the rod is pumpkin away from the unit and these small five discs has four thin little slots for this spheres to slide through. Okay so you just online them up here and slide them through. Okay, and then finally they’re going to add this round in here, you are going to slide it from the end or your rod all the way over and this also has the same groves as the unit had over here so once this is slit over your rod to this hole put the solid piece facing upwards your spheres is going to click right into this groves. This is tight as piece over and each of the spheres is going to insert into the groves on this piece here just like they inserted it into the unit over here on this screws. The good tip is to try to not do one at the time but we’re going to try to do all four out of time by deciding just the ends into the beginning part of the group and then one they’re all kind of end there a little bit end pushes piece together so they click. Each sphere should put into place and it’s a very tight union and you will know that is done properly because you won’t be on do it. Okay so get that all put in there and then I will show you what’s next. And here is the unit with this piece clip into place, next we’re going to install the B chain into the clutch units, this is the well that the B chain will go onto, it’s easier to work with the tip right now on your workspace and having this open area here point to up toward you. You are going to take your B chain and then we are going to lay it right on the grills that up here at the top and then you are going to push your will to turn it and it’s going to feel actually a little stiffs when you go to turn it. Many times the reason it feels that ways because you hold this piece here which actually needs the rotate when you push this wills. So just trying to hold on to this piece because they actually find it against to yourself so hold it up here and rotate this will and as you doing so you will have another space there for that bid and pop that bid down and push it again okay and lay that down. Okay so it’s very simple, once you get the fill found how much too put pressure on this will okay. And you keep rotating around and to get all bids onto the wheel, this clutch that’s already been installed with the bid chain in it and I’m showing this so that you can see how the bid chain is suppose to look, bid change in is grows and it is now behind this plastic piece right here okay. So after you got it your bids into the will bring your bid chain through this opening right here so that it’s behind sphere.