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Mrs. Black shutter closing clips had begun to loosen, often her shutter were opened after she had closed them. She wanted the problem solved.
This post shows the five steps to tightened shutter parts.
Step 1: Fig.1 above shows the shutter closed against the window.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows two screwdrivers, one flat-tip and the other gold handle is the Phillip tip.
Fig.2 Flat and Phillip drivers
|Fig.3 Frame Hook|
|Fig.4 Shutter hook|
|Fig.5 Plastic hook|
|Fig.6 Finished Shutter|
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