[7] Wiring for powered shades can be tucked inside the valance.
[8] An Allen wrench is used to loosen the bracket setscrew. [9] The brackets slide off the mounting track. Two screws hold the motors to the bracket. [10] A white-bodied motor is standard in new American Roller Shades, and features low-voltage protection that eliminates the chance of losing its programming.
[13] Programming buttons and batteries can be found by removing the front cover on the remote. [14] The manual shade adjustments are in the center of the brackets. The gray color shows this is the AutoStop adjustment.


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