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I've found a few 12V units to add to existing cord but they are either on (open) or off (closed). Disappointing. I agree that 110V units are a bummer. Would be nice to have soft controls. My new TV is in the way of one side cord and it's getting annoying.
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Can't you make something up out of a cordless drill or something?
All you need is a capstan chucked up in a cheap drill,well 2 really,one on each side.
remote mount the switch somewhere.
Maybe even a cordless ratchet or a right angle drill.
Hmm,Andy,what have you got?
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Hmm,Andy,what have you got?
Andy's all work on WanderPi, you can get the app on iTunes
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I bought some old motors on Ebay when I had one fail. Here is one example Drapery Motor

I found that the two I bought were slightly different from each other and the one I installed had a weird automatic shutoff, so I just swapped out the internal parts that I needed to repair the original one.
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how about something like this?


https://www.ebay.com/itm/Electric-12...9TUUiZ_-4Tin3g


Put a rubber fat tire on the shaft and wrap the string around it about 5 times,that should pull the drapes back and forth.
easy peasy.
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I think I found a solution, 12V and reportedly opens, closes or partially opens. We'll see. Nice and small. I think I just want to fill those blank spaces on the overhead control panel in the bedroom more than anything!
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I think I found a solution, 12V and reportedly opens, closes or partially opens. We'll see. Nice and small. I think I just want to fill those blank spaces on the overhead control panel in the bedroom more than anything!
What is the solution that you found?
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Andy's all work on WanderPi, you can get the app on iTunes
I have one original motor apart to figure this out because I wanted 12v motors, too. All of mine work fine though. I was trying to find a 12v gear reduction motor, but they are harder to find than I expected so I never bought anything. It's backburnered for now.

And I hate Apple.
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I think I found a solution, 12V and reportedly opens, closes or partially opens. We'll see. Nice and small. I think I just want to fill those blank spaces on the overhead control panel in the bedroom more than anything!

Give it up!!
we want to see!!
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