I have these mirrors in my bathrooms. 2 of the 4 of them sit like this. They fall all the way forward and I can't get them to stay how I lean them. Anyone know how to fix this? I've googled but can't find the answer.
There is more than likely a small Allen key hole on the bottom or back of the bar that holds the mirror. Tighten them at your desired angle. If not then look at the bracket, possibly next he mirror rod.
Easy FiX.........Duct Tape.
Can you tighten up the pivot point? you might need to remove one from the wall and see if you can tighten it.
Or you could stick a toilet paper roll behind the bottom.
My Wife wants to know who the manufacturer is.
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It'll be fine once the swelling goes down.
I don't believe you. There is definitely a way, you just haven't discovered it yet.
Did the grommets move? Can you push them/move them to work? Perhaps the mirror itself moves up in the bracket to hold it in place, try picking it up and gently pulling it forward.
I don't know if these help.
More pictures of bracket, might help.
That design is stupid, wrap the rubber in teflon tape to make it wider.
Is there a screw that goes all the way into the mirror from the side?
Teflon tape that **** and call it a day
I'll give it a shot
I think it's from Delta.
so, normally that black rubber friction ring sits inside the bracket and isn't visible when installed? It could be that the brackets on the two that don't function properly are installed a tad too far apart so there isn't proper tension on the pivots.
I think Edward is on to something.
I've heard that the way to fix car visors that don't stay put is to put fine sand in the pivot point. You could try this, but I wouldn't recommend it.
I think using electrical or teflon tape to build up the rubber gland would help. You might even put some tape on the shaft before you pull the gland over it if you like.
If that last sentence doesn't seam your mirrors, I don't know.
.....but, I've got stock in Duct Tape.
Wow. I can't believe I missed it in all that I looked at it. @Trykflyr_1 was right. I just pushed the bushing back on more and now it stays.