Originally Posted by gljurczyk
Herk then he shouldn't have posted this below.Literally the hardest part is removing the wall side rail screws and then tacking the material back in place correctly centered so it runs in and out without binding the arms. They did not remove any rail screws, they just removed 2 screws that go's through the fabric into the rail, but the rail stayed in place and was never removed.
It was said correctly; you interpreted it incorrectly.
The awning material has two "rail screws" that go into the top of the rail to keep it from sliding; similar to the pop rivets some folks put in the roller.
And yes, the pop rivets need to be drilled out and replaced on assembly.
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