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  • outdoor roller blindsWW 9627 INSTALLATION GUIDE ONLY

    Custom made Awnings

    and Blinds

  • a)strap lockdown b)clip lockdown c)stainless steel wire guide d)100mm side channel and slide lock bottom rail

    The tensioned vertical drop blind is the most versatile product in our range.

    - Choose between our two bottom rails

    ŸThe standard 38mm galvanised in a fabric pocket or upgrade to the premium teardrop that is designed to become a feature of the blind rather than to be

    hidden.

    - Next, choose from the three different lockdowns options

    ŸEither strap and buckles, stainless steel clips or the popular stainless steel wire guide.

    - Another option, which completely encloses an outdoor living area

    ŸIs to choose the heavy-duty 100mm side channels that incorporates our solid bottom rail and stainless steel slide locks.

    ŸHooding can be added to both protect the fabric and improve aesthetics.

    General

    Tools required

    Tape Measure

    Spirit Level

    Drill Power or Battery

    Screwdrivers Flat head Phillips Head

    Allen Keys Size Required depends on fixing option chosen

    Spanner Size Required depends on fixing option chosen

    VERTICAL AWNING

    Before starting you will need;

    An assistant Step Ladder Drill Bits Masonry may be required

    Pencil

    Chalk Line

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    The Outdoor Roller blind is the most versatile product in our range.

    OUTDOOR ROLLER BLINDS Installation Guide only

    General

  • VERTICAL AWNING

    Installation of your Awning

    ŸWhen unpacking your awning, take care to protect the awning from accidental damage or soiling.

    ŸDo not drop or drag the awning on the ground.

    ŸWhen removing the protective wrapping from the awning, do not use a knife or box cutter to the wrapping as you could accidentally slice into your awning

    fabric.

    ŸYour awning has been shipped to you fully assembled but it is important to follow this instruction manual to securely fasten the mounting brackets to your home and

    install the awning.

    ŸPlease read these instructions completely before installing your Vertical awning.

    ŸYou will need an assistant(s) for installation.

    ŸLeft and Right references are as you are facing the house.

    ŸYou have been provided with the proper brackets, gearbox screws, nuts and bolts for pivot pin and plate for mounting the awning, but you will need to provide the

    drill and bits (and additional fixings if required) once determining the fixing

    surface. (See previous page for tools required).

    Step One

    i)

    ii)

    Measure up from the mounting location starting on the left side and make a mark at the desired mounting location, then the right side (Dia 1/i).

    Using a chalk line string, snap a level line the width of the awning.

    mark at each end

    Step Two

    i) mounting position and mark (Dia 2/i) clearly the holes for drilling (work with one bracket at a time).

    ii) Check for level positioning with the spirit level of the brackets, a minor adjustment of the brackets may be required.

    Hold the bracket in the required

    (Dia 1/i)

    (Dia 2/i)

    left to right

    For Strap & Buckle Lockdown or Clip System Lockdown Note: Refer to Wire Guide Installation and Side Channel for Installation instructionsseparate

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    Installation of your Blind • When unpacking your blind, take care to protect the blind from accidental damage or soiling. • Do not drop or drag the blind on the ground. • When removing the protective wrapping from the blind, do not use a knife or box cutter on the wrapping as you could accidentally slice into your blind fabric. • Your blind has been shipped to you fully assembled but it is important to follow this instruction manual to securely fasten the mounting brackets to your home and install the blind. • Please read these instructions completely before installing your Roller Blind. • You will need an assistant(s) for installation. • Left and Right references are as you are facing the house. • You have been provided with the proper brackets, gearbox screws, nuts and bolts for pivot pin and plate for mounting the blind, but you will need to provide the drill and bits (and additional fixings if required) once determining the fixing surface. (See previous page for tools required).

    Using a chalk line string, snap a level line the width of the blind.

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  • VERTICAL AWNING

    Step Three

    i) the awning two turns and insert the square drive end into the gearbox (Dia 3/i).

    ii) Once the end drive is fitted, the pivot pin can now be inserted into the idler and attach to the brackets (Dia 3/ii).

    iii) Secure awning into place (Dia 3/ii).

    With the brackets installed, unwind

    (Dia 3/i) (Dia 3/ii)

    Step Four

    i) place, secure the pivot pin into plate by pushing the “R” clip in through the front and back holes in the plate (Dia 4/i).

    With the awning now held in

    (Dia 4/i)

    push the R clip in

    Step Five

    i) the position required for fixing the bottom rail to the ground/wall at each end of the awning and secure clip (or strap and buckle) to base anchor (Dia 5/i).

    END

    Wind the vertical awning down to

    (Dia 5/i)

    As an example, we have shown a round bottom rail with stainless steel clip

    (Dia 4/i)

    (Dia 3/iii)

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    the blind two turns and insert the square drive end into the gearbox (Dia 3/i).

    Secure blind into place (Dia 3/ii).

    With the blind now held in

    Wind the blind down to

    each end of the blind and

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  • VERTICAL AWNING

    Step One to Four

    Follow instructions One to Four of Strap and Buckle Lockdown or Clip Lockdown Systems

    For Wire Guide Lockdown System Note: Refer to Strap and Clip Systems and Side Channel for Installation instructionsseparate

    stainless steel wire guide

    Additional Tools

    Electric Angle Grinder Grinding Discs

    Step Five

    i) Install the Bottom “L” Brackets:

    For L Bracket Installation, ensure that there is enough clearance from the bottom (Dia C5/i).

    NOTE: Align the brackets so that the stainless steel cables hang vertically and parallel to each other.

    If using a masonry drill bit make sure the drill is set to the hammer setting.

    (Dia C5/i)

    Electrical Tape

    Note:

    ŸLevel Mounting is critical for the correct operation of this awning system (always use a spirit level).

    ŸAlways use the correct mounting screws or bolts for mounting to the desired application ie. Gyprock, Timber, Masonry, Steel or Aluminium.

    ŸFor brick or rendered surfaces, make sure drilling is no closer than 25mm from edge of surfaces as the brick or render my chip or break out.

    ŸThe most important procedure installing these awnings, is to be sure that the correct anchorage method has been used so that the mounting area (ie walls or eaves) is able to support the weight of the awning and its operation.

    Pliers

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    The most important procedure installing these blinds, is to be sure that the correct anchorage method has been used so that the mounting area (ie walls or eaves) is able to support the weight of the blind and its operation.

    Level Mounting is critical for the correct operation of this blind system (always use a spirit level).

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  • VERTICAL AWNING

    Step Six

    Cut on an angle

    (Dia C6/i)

    Step Seven

    i) The stainless steel cable is supplied longer than required.

    If trimming of the cable is required, use an angle grinder and small cutting disc. Wrap the area with electrical tape before cutting this will help prevent any fraying of the cable (Dia C6/i).

    Cut the cable at an angle, this gives a leading edge.

    i)

    ii) Measure from the top of the bracket to just below the bottom L bracket (Dia C7/i)

    Determine the length of the cable.

    m ea

    su re

    a s

    sh ow

    n

    (Dia C7/i)

    Step Eight

    Attaching the cable:

    Note: Attach the wire guide cable BEFORE installing the awning into place (as you will need to use the angle grinder to trim excess cable).

    a) Remove the nut, push the cable through t h e t o p a s shown as far into the bush as possible.

    b) Secure bush i n t o t h e L bracket, attach and tighten nut. Then secure bush by t ighten ing with allen key.

    c) Next thread cable through the wire guide ( t h e s e a r e a t t a c h e d t o each end of the bottom rail).

    d) Take off the wire guide top bush with allen key from the top bracket and pull apart, thread the cable through the hole as shown and clip back together matching grooves.

    e) To re-attach to the top bracket use an allen key and secure top bush take care not to tighten too much this is the final process).

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    blind into

    OUTDOOR ROLLER BLINDS Installation Guide only

  • VERTICAL AWNING

    Step Nine

    i) Trim off any excess cable with angle grinder. Leaving 3-4mm cable exposed for final tightening.

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