Originally Posted by aceinspp
Hopefully you did not forget this time to loosen the awning knobs that prevent from lift in the wind. Motor could be getting weak. Later RJD
I know what you mean about if the awning knobs have been tightened down. That wasn't the case. I just tried the awning last night and it worked fine, both out and back in. I'm confused now as to why the day before, it had issues.
I did do some review of the owners manual and will do the following to see if that helps.
Do NOT use strong chemicals or abrasives to clean parts, as their protective surfaces will be damaged.
Clean awning hardware (as needed) with a mild surface cleaner.
Do NOT use silicone sprays near labels. Otherwise, the label’s adhesive bond to product surfaces could weaken.
Apply silicone spray lubricant as needed to keep the fabric roller tube assembly’s moving parts operating smoothly.
Lubricate all sliding surfaces of arm assemblies with silicone spray as needed.