Shades are simple enough to fix yourself so this guide will show you how.When the afternoon sun is beating down on your recreational vehicle, a day shade blocks out the harmful ultraviolet rays, providing a relaxing, comfortable place to spend your day. At night the same shade works to keep your unit safe by not allowing people to see inside. Over time, even the best-quality night and day shades can break. One of the most common problems is a hole in the shades or the cord snaps.
Remove the screws from each end of the blind. Use caution so you don't break the clip in the middle of the blind.Remove the blind from the top of the window. Take off the spools from the cord. Lay the shade down.
Fold 10 yards of cording in half and loop it around the spring. Tape the spring to the center of the shade. Lay the cord down the center.
Pull the cord tight so the night shade is closed. At the bottom of the day shade, cross the cords again. Slide bar back on and replace the end caps.
Measure the cord going down the sides of the window. Be sure there is enough cord to wrap spool at least three times. Cut off extra cord. Reattach the spools to the cord. Screw in the spools.