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Old 08-21-2014, 05:16 PM   #1
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Angry Need Awning repair advice

I broke the end cap and the torsion bar at the left end of my A&E Dometic manual awning by driving too close to the side of a RV "car" port.
The 16 foot wide fabric in my 2006 ROO 23SS is in good condition, and the manual extension and retraction had been working fine.

Do I need to buy a new awning, or is it practical to replace the broken hardware? Are there any recommended awning repair shops in East Central Florida?

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Old 08-21-2014, 05:48 PM   #2
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I broke the end cap and the torsion bar at the left end of my A&E Dometic manual awning by driving too close to the side of a RV "car" port.
The 16 foot wide fabric in my 2006 ROO 23SS is in good condition, and the manual extension and retraction had been working fine.

Do I need to buy a new awning, or is it practical to replace the broken hardware? Are there any recommended awning repair shops in East Central Florida?

Where are you located in FL? I have a spare BLACK torsion spring and endcap and we will be in the Davenport/Orlando/Kissimmee area right after Thanksgiving. PM me.
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