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Old 11-12-2005, 03:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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735 1998, rear window roller blinds

One of the rear small window (quarter window) roller blinds is stuck half way in and is not winding like it was. I would say something internally has become stuck or broken. Does anyone have an idea if they are easily removed from the rear door/window so the roller workings can be looked at? Thanks
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luckily the rear quarter window blinds are extremely easy to remove! You will need a small pocket size flat blade screw driver, look toward the top of the blind on the right hand side there is a small notch, stick the screwdriver in the notch and pull back gentally, the blind should just pop off. To replace place bottom in first and snap into place. Just to let you know, for the most part, it is difficult to repair...mostly a replacement item, but good luck!
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I had the same problem...I replaced mine easily (just as 325isBaby said) and the cost for the quarter-blind was about $115...
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You need to choose the shop where you they offer the cheapest and best one. Blinds depot offers you more choice of blinds, for more info:blinds-depot.co.uk
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