Frequently asked questions
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How much does it cost to install roller shutters?
Roller shutter prices in Australia depends on shutter size, material, scaffolding requirements, motor type, product longevity, and accessories included. Because there are no standard windows, asking for a "standard" pricing is difficult.
At DHE Group, we manufacture our shutters and that’s why you save a lot of money. It's because you're saving channel partners' profit margins. However, it is critical that you purchase from a reputable roller shutter provider that is recognised for not just providing high-quality windows but also excellent after-sales care. We have over a decade of experience delivering an exceptional service for all your domestic roller shutter needs from quote to completion.
How long does it take to install roller shutters?
The installation procedure takes between an hour or two each window depending on the size, scaffolding requirements and accessories included. If you decide to proceed with us after the measure and quote, we can begin the manufacturing process. Unlike some other competitors, we make our roller shutters in South Australia, which means they're produced with the finest quality materials and are engineered to survive Australian weather.
We'll call you to schedule a time to come out and instal your custom roller shutters when they've been manufactured.
How do you clean Roller Shutters?
Your roller shutters are a wonderful addition to your home, but they may need to be cleaned every now and then. You may need to clean the roller shutter surfaces to remove spider webs, watermarks, and dust.
To be able to clean your shutters you will need:
- Soft cloth
- Small water bucket with warm water
- Washing up liquid
- Soft brush
- Soft cloth
- Garden hose
Step 1. Cleaning the outside of your roller shutters
- Make sure your roller shutters are all the way down, then walk outside and mix some washing up liquid with some warm water in the water bucket.
- Wipe down the roller shutter with a clean sponge to eliminate any dirt or dust particles.
- It's possible that little particles become lodged between the roller shutter's slats.
- Wash away any cleaning solution using a garden hose.
- To assist with the cleaning procedure, you may use a hose and raise the pressure on the hose by nipping the end with your thumb and finger.
- High-pressure washers should not be used on the slats of roller shutters because they may cause damage. Also, make sure you don't hose inside the box, since this might damage the motor's circuitry.
- It's a good idea to dry your roller shutters with a cloth afterwards to eliminate watermarks.
- Make sure the fabric is completely dry before drying the shutter using an up-and-down motion.
- After the shutters have dried, roll them up approximately halfway and begin working on the inside of the shutters.
Step 2. Cleaning the inside of the roller shutter.
- Cleaning behind the roller shutter might be difficult depending on the form and size of the window. If you're having difficulties getting behind the hard-to-reach locations from the inside, a sponge on a stick will assist. These may be found at Bunnings and other home improvement retailers.
- You may either clean the shutter from the inside or halfway down. This is suitable for the shutter's lower half. Then complete the upper half of the interior of the shutter from the inside of the house.
- Cleaning from the outside in helps you to get rid of the worst of the filth or clutter without allowing it to enter the house.
- Unless they've been down for weeks and spiders have taken up residence, the debris inside is usually modest. Some of the home's brickwork may also need to be cleaned.
- When the shutters are halfway down, it's best not to use too much pressure when cleaning from the inside out.
- Remove spider webs with a stick and wind it around to rapidly rid of it with least hassle; be cautious of any spiders that crawl out.
- Apply the same technique to the interior of the shutter as you did to the outside. Clean in an up and down motion with a wet sponge and dishwashing liquid.
- Ensure that all of the soap has been gone before wiping off the area with a dry cloth.
- Once that's done, double-check that the roller shutters work as they should and repeat the process for the rest of your home's roller shutters.
Do roller shutters reduce noise?
A perfectly fitted roller shutter has been shown to minimise incoming noise by as much as 80%.
Roller shutters can relieve your stress levels in addition to providing privacy and light control. With the added benefit of noise reduction. You may enjoy the peace and quiet with roller shutters.
The structure of your home must be properly sealed to guarantee that it is effective. The efficiency of roller shutter noise reduction can be seriously impacted by air gaps. This is why it's critical to have your shutters fitted by a reliable and experienced professional. At Dynamic Home Enhancements, we guarantee that our experts will do a fantastic job installing your shutters. That's why we're Adelaide's go-to company for external window treatments.
Do roller shutters reduce heat?
Another significant advantage of roller shutters is the insulation they give for your home. A quality polyurethane insulation is pumped into each section. During the winter, this will keep your home toasty warm, and during the summer, it will keep your home cool.
Our shutters are made of 9mm thick slats, however some of our rivals only utilise 5.7mm.
Premium roller shutters from DHE Group are filled with a specific insulative substance that gives homeowners more control over the temperature inside their home. This means customers may enjoy a more pleasant atmosphere while also lowering their energy expenditures.
How to fix roller shutters?
We chose to detail a few of the most typical concerns experienced by roller shutter owners because of how huge and distinctive the items may be at times. We'll go through the most common problems you can encounter, as well as a quick fix to get you back on track.
- Shutters won’t open or shut: Roller shutters failing to fully open or close is one of the most typical problems. Check to determine if the power supply is indeed switched on as a first step. Look for lights that may indicate this, and then switch it on and off to see if that resolves the problem. If you're still having problems after verifying this, you can hunt for a different solution.
- Overheating: Roller shutters might also cause this problem. If the shutter is used continuously for an extended period of time, it grows heated and might eventually overheat. If you feel this is the source of your troubles, it's a good idea to let your shutters cool off before trying to use them again.
- Shutters are sticking: If your shutters are becoming increasingly sticky or blocked, it might be due to a lack of lubricant. WD40 will be your best buddy in this situation. If you merely use WD40 to line the rails of your system, you may be able to remedy the problem. This method also eliminates any annoying screaming noises your shutters may be creating.
- Shutters only shutting halfway: Automated roller shutters rely on proximity sensors to work, and when these sensors get filthy or uneven, they may only close halfway. To solve this, make sure your sensors are properly aligned, dirt-free, and not structurally damaged. After that, give them a thorough inspection to see whether the problem has been resolved.
- Shutter condition: It's sometimes just the state of your shutters as a whole that's causing you trouble. In a business situation, your shutter may be subjected to knocks and dents from passing automobiles. Minor faults should not affect the door's general performance; however, any significant cracks or dents should be assessed by an expert. Call us now on 1300 343 476 or send us a message.
How to lubricate roller shutters?
Products that are silicone-based or sticky should not be utilised since they collect dirt and dust. Anti-static lubricant sprays should be used to improve fictional equilibrium. Lubricant should be sprayed over the plastic clips at the top of each track as well as in between the guides. This should be done at least once a year to keep them in good operating order and ensure they last a long time.
How to stop roller shutters rattling?
It's critical to maintain your shutter on a regular basis in order to keep it in excellent working condition. Excess dust and filth will be prevented by cleaning your roller shutters. You should wash them every 3 to 4 months if you live in a windy environment.
Regular oil lubrication will keep it from rusting and rattling, but be sure to use an anti-static spray instead of a silicon-based one, as the latter may collect dust and debris. Finally, lubricate the bearings at least once a year to prevent the rolling mechanism from becoming rough or corroded.
How strong and durable are roller shutters provided by DHE Group?
Commercial roller shutters are manufactured with rust-free and marine-grade aluminium, durable enough to withstand extreme weather conditions for a high-end investment.
Who can help with everything regarding roller shutters?
Thanks to our trusted and dedicated customer service team, you will find us approachable for all your concerns.
Are shutters suitable for both commercial and residential properties?
Our best roller shutters are suitable for both residential and commercial properties. They are popular in workplaces as they add security without causing high budget costs.
How can I get my commercial roller shutters installed?
You will have qualified and skilled technicians to install window shutters and controllers in your house.
How much do motorized outdoor blinds cost?
In general, it will depend on the window size and type – dual roller blinds or single roller blinds. Thanks to Dynamic Home Enhancements, all our customers know they’re getting a great price. We guarantee to beat any genuine retailer’s quote by 10% for a comparable product. Through direct relationships with Australian manufacturers, we’re able to offer our customers discounts on outdoor blinds. Send us a message and let’s talk about what you’re after, then we’ll measure the area and come up with an accurate quote based on your preferences.
How much do outdoor blinds cost?
The material choice affects the look, feel, and longevity of your outdoor blinds. However, people still choose low-quality and cheaper options, not realizing the initial cost savings may later be negated by the need to replace prematurely weathered outdoor blinds.
So here are a few factors that will affect the cost of an outdoor blind:
- Material: Canvas, shade cloth, block-out screens, mesh, and PVC.
- Size: The width and drop of your blind may significantly influence the total price you pay.
- Mechanism: It will be cheaper to use a rope and pulley or crank than a track system or motorized version.
At Dynamic Home Enhancements, we use PVC-coated polyester mesh which will block and reflect up to 95% of solar energy while still allowing air to pass through, helping to create a cooler, more comfortable environment naturally.
Features & Benefits
- 28 colour options
- UV treated
- Microban antimicrobial treated
- Fire retardant – (AS 1530.2-1993 & AS/NZS 1530.3-1999)
- Printable – Solvent & UV
- Made with ecolibrium bio-based plasticisers
- Greenguard certified
- Low chemical emitting product
- Reduces solar heat gain
- Allows airflow
- Easy to clean
- 10-year warranty
How to clean mould off outdoor blinds?
With proper maintenance, you can extend the life of your blinds. You can maintain the beauty of your blinds by keeping them clean. Outdoor fabrics will be subject to general markings and mould, but prompt attention to the affected areas will minimize staining and fabric degradation. The following are 5 tips for maximizing the life of your outdoor awnings and blinds:
- To remove any debris from within the fabric weave of on-screen mesh blinds, brush the blinds gently with a soft bristle brush in addition to hosing them.
- You should not use cleaning fluids, detergents, or insecticides. They can damage the fabric and void the warranty.
- Fuels, oils, solvents, kerosene, and similar liquids should be kept away from the fabric.
- The fabrics of your blinds or awnings should not be in contact with bird droppings, soil, sand, and vegetable matter because these can stain them.
- Blinds should not be stored or rolled up when wet but should be let dry after wet weather.
How to fix outdoor roller blinds?
Most people are unaware of how easy it is to troubleshoot and repair roll-up outdoor shades. 99% of the time, you won’t need to spend a cent to fix your roll-up shades. Following are a few of the more basic problems you might encounter, as well as options for solving them.
Step 1 – Rolling Tension Too Tight
If the tension on your shades feels too tight, it’s probably time to adjust the spring within. The tension is controlled by a coiled spring within that is raised and lowered. Lift your shades out of their brackets, manually unroll them about halfway, and replace them in the brackets to relieve spring stress. To test the tension, roll and unroll it on the brackets, then repeat if the tension is still too tight. If your shades won’t roll down all the way, this is a common solution. It indicates the spring is too tight to tighten any further and needs to be adjusted.
Step 2 – Rolling Tension Too Loose
When your shades are so loose that they pull themselves up when you let go, it’s likely because the spring isn’t being tensioned enough. The answer is the total opposite of the previous one. Pull the shade down halfway, remove it from its brackets, and roll it back up manually. Test the tension by putting it back on the brackets. If it’s still not as tight as you’d like, repeat the process. As force is repeatedly applied to springs, they will lose their tension over time. Don’t be shocked if you need to do this in the future to enhance the tension.
Step 3 – Shades Won’t Roll Up At All
This can happen when spring tension is too loose, and if this is the case, you can fix it by doing Step 2. The spring inside must be completely uncoiled if it doesn’t work. This can be fixed by removing the roller from the brackets and manually unrolling it halfway. Turn the stationary pin inwards with pliers until some tension is felt. Turn the ratchet just enough to connect the pawl to the ratchet once it has been turned the other way. This latch prevents the pawl from moving in a different direction.
If necessary, follow steps 1 or 2 to tighten or loosen the spring tension.
Step 4 – Wobbly Shades
A bent stationary pin is a common cause of this problem. You can fix this by pulling out the shades’ brackets, pulling out the pin, and using pliers to straighten it.
Step 5 – More Extensive Problems
If the problem is more extensive, we would be happy to help out. You can send us a message or call us on 1300 343 476. Inspect the problem yourself to see if you can find and fix it, but be aware that you may cause further damage and need to buy new outdoor shades.
What are the best outdoor blinds?
To create the ideal outdoor space, the DHE group offer a selection of PVC and Mesh outdoor blinds. Outdoor blinds are sometimes called Café blinds, Alfresco blinds or Patio blinds, but they are all basically the same thing. The DHE group offer track guided blinds to give great shade and weather protection without the need for ropes or pulleys to enhance the look and feel of your outdoor space. With a choice of PVC or premium hi-tech fabrics (mesh), our outdoor blinds are built from quality materials, and UV stabilised fabrics to withstand the harsh Australian climate to give you comfort, style and year-round use of your outdoor areas.
How to install outdoor blinds?
Where can I buy outdoor blinds?
At DHE Group we have the full range of outdoor blinds, café blinds, zipscreen blinds and we custom make your outdoor blinds to your exact measurements for the perfect fit. Suitable for your alfresco area, veranda, patio or balcony we can help you create your ideal area to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle. With Dynamic Home Enhancements you get the benefit of a company that has been founded in 2010, with a highly experienced team that has been reviewed many times on the highly recognised website productreview.com.au
Are outdoor blinds waterproof?
An outdoor blind with our material is weatherproof and provides exceptional shade and sun protection. If any outside furniture is at least a metre away, even with extreme wind, the rain will end up as very fine mist as it travels through the fine woven mesh fabric.
What is a track guided blind?
Track-guided blinds are held in place on either side of the opening with a track (frame). The track guides the blinds up and down for the ultimate in easy operation while allowing you to stop at any height. The track holds the blinds firmly in place and helps prevent any noisy flapping in the wind. The system is spring loaded (or automated options available) for easy operation and there are no dangling cords, cleat hooks or tie downs required, offering the sophistication of clean lines, neat styling and a smooth draw operation.
What is the best material to select for an outdoor blind – PVC or Mesh?
All outdoor blinds offer shade and protection from wind, rain and insects. The best choice for you depends on many factors including how much shade protection or privacy you want to create. Our expert consultants will guide and advise you on how to select the right blinds for your needs.
PVC Outdoor Blinds PVC blinds offer maximum weather protection providing a full physical barrier against wind, rain and insects. They are great for year-round use keeping the winds out in the cooler months and offer great shade protection throughout summer. They offer full visibility and can be tinted for added privacy.
Mesh Outdoor Blinds
Mesh blinds offer fantastic protection from the elements protecting against wind, rain and insects while allowing some airflow which provides the relief of a cooling breeze through the summer months. Made from hi-tech mesh they contain a high strength polymer that gives the blind extraordinary tensile strength and durability to withstand the harsh Australian climate without compromising your view.
Mesh outdoor blinds come in a fabulous selection of colours to compliment your exterior décor and we offer a choice of different weaves – the closer the weave of the fabric, the greater the shade protection and privacy. Our friendly consultants will bring plenty of sample PVC and mesh fabrics for you to touch and view to help you make your decision.
Do you offer motorised outdoor blinds?
The DHE group prides itself on offering a wide choice of premium blinds, fabrics, colours and control options. Our standard blinds are spring loaded for easy operation, but for the ultimate in ease and convenience, your blinds can be fully automated. Outdoor blinds can be battery powered, or mains connected and are deployed via wall mounted switch or remote control for effortless operation.
How long does it take to measure up for outdoor blinds?
Please allow between 30 minutes to an hour for our consultants to guide you through your choices and measure up for the perfect custom made blind. Professional and knowledgeable our consultants can help and advise you on the best blinds for your outdoor area and can even recommend the best colours to match your existing décor.
Can outdoor blinds be used on a balcony?
Outdoor blinds are a great solution for a balcony. They offer fantastic shade protection to ensure that you can comfortably use your balcony at any time of the day and are ideal for filtering the harsh afternoon sun.
What is the maximum width of an outdoor blind?
Our superb range of outdoor blinds is suitable for small or large entertaining areas. Our blind widths span openings of up to 5 meters wide. For openings of more than 5 meters, we can add additional pillars or posts to divide the area into suitable dimensions for blinds.
Can I have made to measure outdoor blinds if my pergola is not 100% square?
There are many outdoor buildings such as pergolas, patios and verandas that for various reasons don’t sit 100% square. All of our outdoor blinds come with a weather seal at the base as standard, this not only helps to seal the area but can also help hide any height differences that run across the patio slab or pavers. Even if your outdoor building is not 100% square, your blind will always be fitted 100% straight, and if any gaps are remaining at the top of the blind, these can be easily covered with flashing.
Can I hide my outdoor blinds from view when they are not in use?
Outdoor blinds are usually installed on the inside of your patio, pergola or verandah. When not in use they are folded neatly out of the way, however for increased durability we recommend installing your blinds in a metal housing. A metal housing not only offers maximum weather protection but neatly hides the blinds when not in use.
Do you offer a guarantee with outdoor blinds?
We use premium parts and raw materials in the manufacture of our blinds and offer a five-year guarantee that covers parts and labour.
When can you install my blinds?
Your blinds can usually be installed within five days of your check measure.
Do I need to do any preparation before installation?
The DHE group pride itself on excellent customer service so we make dealing with us easy and stressfree. Providing we have clear access to your outdoor area, we take care of everything from the initial measure and installation, through to testing and cleaning up, so you can just relax and enjoy your new blinds.
How long does installation take?
Installation times vary depending on the type, number and size of the blinds being fitted. On average it takes between 1 ½ to 2 hours to install and test each blind.
Can I leave my blinds down during high winds and stormy conditions?
Although our outdoor blinds are a great way to break up wind and give you a calmer outdoor area, they are not recommended to be put down during very windy conditions. We dont include wind damage as part of our warranty, as we always recommend our customers to put the outdoor blinds up during these conditions.
How much are plantation shutters?
Plantation shutters are normally priced based on the size of the window and the cost per square metre. It will also be determined by the shutters’ style, material, and installation method. The total cost will vary depending on whether you buy online or at a physical store.
Stores with showrooms and sales employees, as well as those that provide installation services, often incur additional costs. We can eliminate these costs at DHE Group and pass the savings on to you in the advantage of the low plantation shutters. Call us now on 1300 343 476 or send us a message.
Do plantation shutters block out light?
While shutters do not completely block out light, they are one of the finest choices for limiting light in a space. Unlike most blinds and drapes, shutters provide you with complete control over the quantity of light that enters the space while also allowing for enough circulation.
Plantation shutters permit a little luminosity to pass between the louvres and between the panel and the frame. When appropriate, put your shutters inside a Z-frame to help limit light around the frame.
Shutters are significantly more effective than blinds or curtains at controlling light. There are just two options for blinds: open or closed. So there’s either no privacy and no air movement via the window, or there’s no privacy and full air circulation. Similarly, curtains provide only full blockout or a sheer option, which compromises privacy and light control.
Shutters combine the advantages of both worlds. When you desire privacy (or to block out the light), you may half close the louvres or fully open them. In any case, you’ll have decent visibility and air circulation.
How to clean plantation shutters?
Plantation shutters may be a lovely addition to your house, giving it just the style you want. But, as with every object you bring home, the reality comes in that you will have to clean it someday and clean it well. Here are the 5 steps to get your plantation shutters clean as new.
- Clean your plantation shutters of any dirt and dust. The soft brush vacuum attachment is the simplest and fastest way to achieve this. It will absorb all of the dust and dirt, making the following process much simpler.
- Wipe off the area with a dry towel after removing as much dirt as possible with the vacuum. This should get rid of the majority of the dirt and debris that’s left. Pay special attention to the gaps between the shutters and locations that are prone to dust accumulation. The majority of the cleaning should be done at this point.
- The next step is to use water to clean your plantation shutters. Unless you need to remove oil or other “stuck on” concerns, you should avoid using strong chemicals.
- After your plantation shutters have been thoroughly cleaned, they must be well dried. If you leave any water on them, water markings will appear. This is critical because it will assist prevent dust from adhering to any areas you have cleansed. Leave the shutters open if it’s a sunny day. Allow fresh air to ‘blow dry’ the shutters by opening your windows. If the weather isn’t cooperating, use a fan to assist dry the shutters.
- Enjoy your freshly cleaned plantation shutters, knowing that with your careful care and attention, they will endure much longer.
How to install plantation shutters?
Step 1: Installing the frame.
- Hidden Frame (Recess Fit): Mark 30mm in from the front of the window frame in three locations on the height and width for a hidden frame. Along the 30mm line, align the hanging strip with the hinge pointing front. Take your time with this stage; it will help the remainder of the installation go much more smoothly. They should be screwed in place. Each hinge should have at least one screw. Line up the light block piece at the 30mm markers and screw it in place – often one on either end and one in the centre is usually enough.
- Framed Shutter: For a framed shutter, the frames are marked top bottom left and right. To avoid damaging the frame’s face, place it face down on a soft surface such as a carpet, rug, or towel. If necessary, tap the frame together with a hammer very gently.
- Recess Fit Framed Shutter: Line the shutter frame to the front of the window using a straight edge as a guide for a recess fit. The four corners of the frame should be screwed in. Now, for each hinge, add another screw. At least on the four corners and in the centre, screw the top and bottom together.
- Face Fit Framed Shutter: Line up the top of the frame with the top of the architrave for a perfect fit. The centre top is screwed in first, followed by the two corners. Rep the process on the bottom and sides. Note: Face fit frames are typically made the same size as your architrave. For larger frames, please call 1300 343 476 for advice.
Step 2: Installation of Shutter Panels
Take your shutter panel out of the box. When fully closed, the shutter louvres always face upwards (and the hinge faces forwards), hence this is the left shutter because the hinge is on the left. Place the shutter panel in the hinges and secure it with the hinge pin. Open and close the door to see whether it works.
You can adjust the shutter panel if it is contacting the top or bottom of the window frame by releasing the hinge screws slightly and elevating or lowering the panel. After you’ve made your adjustments, screw in the locking screw. Insert the cover strip after removing the double-sided tape.
How to pair plantation shutters with curtains?
- Use Hanging Panel Curtains: Use hanging panel curtains instead of roman shades or roller blinds to gain access to your shutters and let the light in when you wish. You’ll get the lovely aesthetic that curtains (in a well-chosen fabric) can provide to a space, and you’ll be able to open your shutters by simply pushing your curtains to the side. Another advantage of employing hanging panels is that they can be quickly changed out if your room design changes and you want to introduce new colours and patterns.
- Mount the Curtains Upward and Outward: To make curtains work best with plantation shutters, use a curtain rod that is long enough to allow you to pull the curtains all the way to the side and open the shutters. Furthermore, according to design best practices, your curtain rod should be mounted considerably above the window frame. Installing a rod closer to the ceiling can make your windows look taller than they are, giving your space more apparent height.
- Add Tiebacks For A Formal Look: Instead of letting your hanging panels hang straight down, attach tiebacks or holdbacks on either side of the windows for a more fitted effect. Tiebacks are composed of rope, cloth, or another material, and they wrap around the curtain to hold it in place. Holdbacks are installed on the sides of the window frames to keep the curtains from falling out. Hooks are commonly used, however, any item, such as old door knobs, can be used. When the windows are framing an item such as a bay window, bed, or window seat, tiebacks or holdbacks are very commonly utilised.
What is the best material for plantation shutters?
PVC shutters are not only more moisture resistant, but they are also more fire-resistant. Wooden shutters are more expensive, harder to clean and take longer to make. As a result, if you’re upgrading your house on a tight schedule or budget, PVC may be the easiest alternative. Furthermore, many PVC shutters provide further protection since they are designed with more efficient locking points, making them much more difficult for a thief to enter.
Do plantation shutters Adelaide add value to the home?
Yes, the plantation shutters Adelaide brings value to your home. The innovative features and the exquisite look will turn the look of the house. You get total control in letting the light inside your home. In winter, it keeps your home warm at a decent temperature.
How can I install my ordered plantation shutters in the Central Coast location?
Once you have ordered the plantation shutters on the central coast, our team of dedicated professionals will install the shutters at your place. Whether you need an inside or outside mount, we are here to help you at every step.
Do exterior plantation shutters keep out the cold?
Windows are an integral part of our homes. It allows natural light to get in and fresh air into the home. However, windows expose unwanted heat and cold. Here’s where the exterior plantation shutters come to your rescue. Our shutters are specially designed to keep out the cold. Besides, it minimizes the cost of heating.
How quickly can I get my plantation shutters in Perth?
We ship our plantation shutters across Australia with our efficient delivery service. You can get the plantation shutters in Perth on average of 3-4 weeks. We personalize every plantation shutter as per your requirements. Delivery time may vary depending on where you live in Perth.
What kind of exterior plantation shutters should I buy?
Before buying exterior plantation shutters, you can book a call with us and give your requirements. Based on that we suggest you the ones that fit your budget and meet all the demands. From styles, colour, to material – we have got your back. An ideal exterior plantation shutters are the one that keeps cold and heats at bay.
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