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GII Madera Falsa Blinds 

Important Safety Information

Please read all instructions, warning tags and labels provided with your new product. Proper installation and operation are essential to avoid injury. Keep these instructions for future reference

Step 1: Determine mounting type for window: Inside, ceiling or outside

There are several options for hanging: 

1.) Inside mount will allow the blind to fit inside the window frame and still be installed using the bracket's top or side screw holes into the underside of the window frame. 

2.) Ceiling mount will allow the blind to hang in front of the window frame from the ceiling and will use the bracket's top screw holes. 

3.) Outside mount is typically chosen when there is not a traditional window frame. The blind will be installed into the wall above the window casing, using the bracket's back screw holes. This option can also be used when installing above a door's window. If installing on a door it is recommended  to use a spacer block in between the door and bracket. The spacer block is not included with this product. 

Measure the width of your desired hanging option, this blind will fit windows 3/8" (0.95) smaller and 1/2" (1.27cm) wider than its stated size. This actual blind is 1/2" (1.27cm) narrower/smaller than the stated size. 

Step 2 - Place blind in desired location and mark the end corners of the headrail. 

1.) For inside mount, mark the underside of the window frame or the side of the window frame as indicated above in step 1. 

2.) For ceiling mount, use a tape to measure the thickness of the window frame and mark an equal distance from the wall as well as the corners of the headrail on the ceiling. 

3.) For outside mount, use a level to help ensure that the blinds is completely level and mark the corners of the headrail. You can also use a tape measure to make sure the blind is perfectly centered above your window. 

Step 3 - Align brackets and mark screw locations

Align brackets with the end headrail marks from step two. With the bracket's hinged side facing you, mark the appropriate screw holes for desired hanging option from step one. See bracket images below. 

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