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Old 12-29-2014, 09:25 PM   #1
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36LA Front Powered Privacy Shade

The front shade on my 36LA has come loose from the left bracket holding it to the overhead. Does anyone know how to reconnect the clip? It seems to snap in some how.


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Old 12-30-2014, 04:35 PM   #2
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If it's like the rest of the shades, it hangs from several plastic clips that are spring loaded. Usually if you start the inner side of shade first and then push up into the clip it will snap in....by inner I mean towards the inside of the coach .

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Kehardman, I had this happen on my power shade on the right side (passenger side). It's a pain but you need to sit on the dash and view from the rear of the shade rail. There are brackets that screw into the ceiling that have bolts attached to them extending down into the shade frame rail. There is a nut in a channel that runs along the top of the rail. This nut has come loose and is in the channel some where. You will need a dental mirror to find it.. You should be able to follow your nose from there as my memory is gone from this point!, Good Luck!
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