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I PUT UP A CURVED CURTAIN ROD. IT KEEP CUMMING OFF THE WALL

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These rods need a little more support than a standard rod because of their shape. I'm assuming you used a plastic wall anchor in the gyproc or plaster. If so get rid of it and use a butterfly style anchor. The butterfly provides superior support and will allow to tighten the screws more tightly than with the plastic wall anchor. Good luck with your project and let me know if I can be of any further help.

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I purchased a 48" curved


you will need to buy an anchor kit at a discount store(K-mart, Walt-mart, Magic Mart,etc) or a home improvement/hardware store. The kit comes with anchors,screws and a mason bit. with the help of another person figure out where your anchoring hardware is going to be mounted, mark the holes with a Sharpe,pencil,pen,etc. drill holes,lightly tap in anchors until they are flush, secure mounting hardware and hang rod. hope this helps Tim

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Crescent rod installation into a acrylic walled shower/tub unit. instructions say differant hardware needed but not included,consult contractor or hardware store for installation.


You will need to seal any holes made in your acrylic walls inside your bath unit. When installing the brackets to the wall, try using a piece of rubber (pre-cut for a custom look) between the acrylic wall and the bracket mounting hardware. Be sure to seal everything with a clear latex caulk that is designed to resist mold.

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Adjustable (tension) shower curtain rod too long


Yes you can ! You only have to pull off the rubber end cap and cut it , file off ant burrs. Cut the SMALLER diameter end only, the other end contains the spring !

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My fan belt on my bmw 525 td keeps cumming off nd i dont now haw to put it on and keep it tight eney ansers pleez


The fan/serpentine belt is usually held tight with either spring loaded tension or the pressure put on it by the alternator. If it's the the spring loaded tensioner it has to be pressing against the outside of the belt to keep it tight as it passes around the pulleys.
If it's the alternator that keeps the belt tight, you'll need to find the bolt holding the alternator, usually the top side of the unit. You will notice a curved opening where the bolt passes through, loosen the bolt and keeping the belt tight pull the alternator out away from the engine to put pressure on the belt. Tighten the bolt and check the belt's tension by pressing on it with your finger it should only move slightly, usually less than half an inch. It is important to check the tension after it runs for some time to make certain the belt hasn't slipped or stretched, some stretching is normal as it heats up. If the belt is too tight it can damage the alternator or other parts. A repair manual is also available at the auto parts store to assist you in the procedure average cost 20 to 50 dollars depending on the brand Haynes or Chilton. Hope this helps, good luck

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Screechy shower curtain


what I would try is putting a strip of glue from a glue gun. It is barely noticeable. But us enough to stick.

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Screechy shower curtain


they do make chrome plated, plastic curtain rings.

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How do i install an arc shower curtain rod


you cant you need studs.get the spring loaded rod.

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Polder Duo Shower Curtain Rod Instructions


Cindy,

This might help you out.

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How to Install Shower Curtain


If you are going to use both a shower curtain and a shower liner, you have two options for installation. You can either use one rod and one set of rings, or you can use two rods and two sets of rings. If you used one rod, line up the liner and the curtain so they are facing one another and thread one ring through each of the corresponding grommets on the both the liner and the curtain. The curtain liner will move as one unit. If you use two rods, you need one set of rings for each, and the liner and the curtain will move independently.

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