After attempting to lift the screen off the wall, I am certain now that it is not an elite screen at all. the screen material appears to be wrapped and then either glued or otherwise attached to a pressboard frame and the outer velvet frame is somehow attached to the that frame. (two piece), in any event my attempts to remove the outer frame was unsuccessful but I was not really trying to hard as my goal was to repair the wrinkle in the lower left hand corner. In looking at it I decided that repairing it by simply removing the screen and re-snapping or re-clipping screen material was not going to work as this screen is not built this way. The wrinkle was not that bad so I decided to go ahead and take a hair dryer to is and see if I could shrink the material a bit...to my surprise (and I am sure yours) it actually worked, I used it on low heat and moved the dryer around a lot, the material seemed to get warm but the wrinkle was still apparent even after 10 minutes of this, I decided to stop thinking it was not going to work but once the material cooled it was tight as a drum again. not sure if I just got lucky or what but the wrinkle for now is 99% gone. Thank you all for your input...does anyone know what type of screen this could be now? Like I said...its definitely a two piece split frame, one that attaches to the wall and has the screen material wrapped around it and the material is attached somehow to the back of the wood frame ( I think glued) then an aluminum velvet wrapped 3.5 inch frame is attached to that wood screen material frame.
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