Originally Posted by donanddona
Not sure if you have the same as mine. Page seven of the 9100-Power-Awning shows an electrical connector in Fig. seven (mine was not supplied). Of course if the motor is not burnt. It might help the trouble shooting process. If it is the same.
Yes, there is a rubber connector with an exposed metal lug and a rubber enclosed socket.
You may be able to find a suitable mate to hook to your battery wires without cutting off one or the other end to strip wires to connect your battery. Damaging the existing wiring on a warranted camper seems extreme.
You will not be able to "hold" the wires in place during extension or retraction, due to the movement of the arms. Additionally, the wires would need to be reversed at the battery for opposite movement.
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