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Old 09-13-2016, 02:34 PM   #11
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I use these. They can be unzipped quickly and awning can be retracted if needed (bad weather ect.) They are made by carefree so they have no issues when you roll the started piece up in the awning.

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It looks good, but it states it's specifically for manual awnings, ours will have electric awnings. Does anyone have a recommendation for one like that but for electric awnings? I looked around, and most use the slot hooks. I'd love to find one that rolls up with the awning, that would be a Good Thing to have.
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It looks good, but it states it's specifically for manual awnings, ours will have electric awnings. Does anyone have a recommendation for one like that but for electric awnings? I looked around, and most use the slot hooks. I'd love to find one that rolls up with the awning, that would be a Good Thing to have.
I don't see where it says specifically for manual awnings? Where did I miss that at?

I do see where it says for 12v awnings though.

And I'll just throw this out there concerning electric awnings. I may be in the minority, but I have had no different experiences with electric awnings as opposed the old style manual awnings. To me, they hold up and preform just as well, and I've had an electric awning for the past 5yrs. Ive done nothing different with my electric vs the manuals ive had. Again, maybe it's just me...

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The installation manual on the Carefree site specifically gives instructions for both manual and electric awnings.
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I was looking at the one on Ebay posted on the previous page.
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The installation manual on the Carefree site specifically gives instructions for both manual and electric awnings.
OK, I looked at the Carefree one. I'll see what brand awning we have when we do our PDI Friday morning. Thanks for the link!!
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The installation manual on the Carefree site specifically gives instructions for both manual and electric awnings.
Couldn't find that. Do you have a link?
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Couldn't find that. Do you have a link?
When you open the link above, and go to tech specs, there's a PDF for the install. This is the link that opened up there:

http://www.e-carefree.com/documentat...stallation.pdf

Might have to check this out, but have already had one of the two awnings on our 377 fail, so am a bit concerned about weight out on those arms!
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