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Does anyone know how to remove these for cleaning, it looks like you
have to pop open some clips at the bottom, but I'm unsure.



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Does anyone know how to remove these for cleaning, it looks like you
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Can I remove my blinds?

Yes. The manual blinds can be removed but we would strongly advise not to
remove the electric blinds. Should you wish to do this we have a full
Lasting Care service where our engineers will remove your blinds to clean
the dust and debris from them


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Does anyone know how to remove these for cleaning, it looks like you
have to pop open some clips at the bottom, but I'm unsure.



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From
http://www.thomas-sanderson.co.uk/Co...linds/FAQ.aspx


Can I remove my blinds?

Yes. The manual blinds can be removed but we would strongly advise not to
remove the electric blinds. Should you wish to do this we have a full
Lasting Care service where our engineers will remove your blinds to clean
the dust and debris from them


Baz


How expensive is the lasting care service ?

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replying to Baz, Lomax wrote:
Thats not true ive had my blinds a long time, just called sandersons and they
said they Have change how the motorised blinds now work and now cant come out
and fix them, or even help
These blinds cost over £14k


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On 10/07/2019 14:44, Lomax wrote:
replying to Baz, Lomax wrote:
Thats not true ive had my blinds a long time, just called sandersons and
they
said they Have change how the motorised blinds now work and now cant
come out
and fix them, or even help
These blinds cost over £14k

You're replying to a post made in **2010**.

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replying to Baz, Lynton Tremayne wrote:
Just tried to get my blinds serviced but Sandersons said they have changed
systems and don't support my blinds any more. Not my idea of lasting service!
Any ideas about how I could get someone to look at them Bardsey area, Leeds.

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I am based in Southampton and have a similar experience,did you resolve the problem? Katherine

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They must be real good as the original post is ten years ago.
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Hello Katherine,
I too have a similar problem as both you and Lynton, were you successful in tracking someone to repair your blinds?
When l called Sanderson, knowing the blinds were out of warranty l was expecting to pay for a hefty repair bill. Instead they told me we dont repair out of warranty. Just where folk go to get a specialist item fixed Sanderson do not care, they didnt say anything of this nature when you pass your hard earn cash over to them. The CEO of the Company is to blame, l bet he can get his fixed! and for FREE.
Thank you in anticipation of your answer.

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On 13/06/2021 16:02, Jill wrote:
Hello Katherine,
I too have a similar problem as both you and Lynton, were you successful
in tracking someone to repair your blinds?
When l called Sanderson, knowing the blinds were out of warranty l was
expecting to pay for a hefty repair bill. Instead they told me we dont
repair out of warranty. Just where folk go to get a specialist item
fixed Sanderson do not care, they didnt say anything of this nature
when you pass your hard earn cash over to them. The CEO of the Company
is to blame, l bet he can get his fixed! and for FREE.
Thank you in anticipation of your answer.


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