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Old 02-18-2018, 01:19 PM   #1
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Dometic 9100 series awning fabric replacement

Has anyone replaced the fabric on a Dometic 9100 series power awning? I've been searching the web and have not been able to find any comp!ete good instructions for a power awning. Everything I find seems to be for manual awnings. I have read a few mentioning to pin the left side end cap before removal but not a complete list of all the steps. Thanks.
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Old 02-21-2018, 11:18 AM   #2
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after looking at my awning and some web searching it has cleared up for me. After pinning the left end I do not need to remove the end cap from the left end of the tube but the entire assembly from the arm. The end cap gets removed from the right/drive end. Think I got it.
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Old 05-20-2018, 07:15 PM   #3
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after looking at my awning and some web searching it has cleared up for me. After pinning the left end I do not need to remove the end cap from the left end of the tube but the entire assembly from the arm. The end cap gets removed from the right/drive end. Think I got it.
I have the book for the replacement. I will attach it in another post. It's on the desktop and I'm on the Android. Be back.
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I have a new awning fabric I haven't put on yet. The manual seems to want you to take the entire assembly off of the trailer. I'd rather just remove the roller tube after pinning the left side and unhooking the power to the motor on the right. I already have the specialty tools to make unwinding the torsion spring safer. Good Luck!
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I was able to get me done. I pinned the none motorized end and was able to remove the tube from the arms. Then drilled out the rivets on the cap off the motor end. Then was able to remove the old fabric and install the new. I'd send pics but we have since sold the Wildcat and have purchased an Alpine
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