Our house has central air, with the air distributed via flex ducts around the house. On the second floor, the diffusers have baffles behind them that can be closed when the system is not in use, but the mechanism on these devices isn't very well built and on some has actually broken.
I'd like to replace them, but I'm not exactly sure what to call all the parts. On the outside is what I would call a diffuser, but that's attached to some sort of plastic collar that (a) houses the baffle and (b) attaches to the flex duct via a long zip tie.
The whole assembly is clamped onto the ceiling via screws that connect to a little plastic "wing" that swings out when everything is tightened.
I'm not sure where to find these assemblies. The local Home Depot carries diffusers, but they don't have anything like the plastic collars with the baffles, and my Googling to date hasn't turned up the right thing.
I suspect part of my problem is that I don't know the nomenclature. I'm hoping you folks can help point me in the right direction.
This is the collar:
This is the diffuser:
The screw holes on the diffuser match up with channels in the collar.