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I would repair this by fitting a short piece of aluminum, copper or brass tubing over the nubbin of the shaft. This can be glued in place using epoxy. Before installation the end of the tubing can be worked to make a new end to engage the wand. The simplest (working with copper is especially nice) way would be to squeeze the end of the tubing flat. Then trim ...


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The part showing has a gear on the inside of the header. You might have to swap out the whole mechanism if you can get a replacement if you knew the manufacturer and they offered parts. A repair might not be too hard. I would cut off the broken end leaving as much rod as possible. Then attach a u-shaped shackle to the bottom that mates with another u shaped ...


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Adding an update to Peter Mounce's answer from: https://zebbakes.com/2011/06/21/how-to-uninstall-a-velux-black-out-blind/ The Mr McDonald method at the end worked for me in a couple of seconds, and doesn't have the crazy screwdriver involvement. The quote is: spoke with a very helpful chap at Velux (UK) and removed the blind quite easily. Method was ...



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