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  1. Two of these on the same frame pulled out like this. I put #10 screws instead of #8 (the #10 heads fit just fine) but there's nothing preventing the same thing happening with those
  2. Also, important safety tip: when "bumping" the shade back onto the clips make sure none of your fingers is behind the frame. It's a rather painful experience!
  3. Thanks for the thoughts, John, I'll snap some pics later today. I don't know if it's an "ongoing" problem, I saw the first post about the whole window shade thing in 2018 and ours is a 2018
  4. Thank you for the link. I've gotten up enough guts to tug the shades off the windows and flip them around. BUT, when I did that, I found several of the screws loose (I'm sure I saw somewhere what someone else did to address this!), it seems as tho the holes for the screws that are loose are actually stripped. So, exact opposite of the holes being too small: one of the screws pulled all the way out of the window frame with the clip still embedded in the shade frame. Should I just go hunt down some bigger screws?
  5. As I said, I did search the forum and did try to bump the frame with the heel of my hand.
  6. for those who have done this "shade flipping" thing, brilliant, I love it and want to do it. What brought me to this thread is that one of our window shades on our new to us 18 LEII popped loose and I wondered how to get it re attached. Only one of the clips is loose, so it's not horrible, but I'd like to know how to fix it AND then turn all of our shades upside down. I was not able to "smack the frame back into place with the palm of my hand" and I'm a "never force things, it won't end well" person, so maybe I didn't smack hard enough. Anyway, I'm trying to figure out how to pull that
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