Two Questions - awning & bunk end covers
When we opened up our awning for the first time this season (electric), the back arm didn't want to come out. We had to help it along for a foot or so before it started moving along with the other arm. When I put it out last night to install the awning lights, the same problem occured. Any ideas on what might cause this, whether it might be a quick fix? My dealer is awesome and it's no problem to go over and have them take a look - I just didn't want to deal with lugging it over there if we can take care of it at home.
Also - completely unrelated - this one is for anyone with a hybrid that uses bunk end covers. We got our new super high wind covers last week and I can't figure out how the heck to attach them underneath. The surface under the bunk is smooth, not like the popup that had a lip around the edge. All I can figure is to attach the bungees to one another on the opposite side, but it seems like that would cause it to slide down from the roof. Thoughts?
Got our first trip of the season on Friday - can't wait to get out there!
All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost.
Karen, Scott, our daughers (6 and 9), and Finley (Finn) the wonder lab.
2013 Jayco Jayfeather X23B
2001 Viking 2485ST pop up