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Old 04-19-2016, 06:32 PM   #11
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You can also use moulding tape found at auto parts stores....the negitive of using tape is when the light string burns out and you want'a replace it.....cleaning the old stuff off is a real pia..
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Old 04-19-2016, 08:02 PM   #12
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3M Super Strength Molding Tape

Advance Auto (and I suspect most others too), carries it.
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You can also use moulding tape found at auto parts stores....the negitive of using tape is when the light string burns out and you want'a replace it.....cleaning the old stuff off is a real pia..
I've used WD-40 successfully.
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Thank you all for the replies! Yes I do have the power awning and aluminum sides. I plan on doing this soon and will take and post as many pics as I can. Thanks again!
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Scotch bright pad and alcohol to get it to stick. Our power awning has a plastic cover to cover the wiring. Pulled the cover ran the wiring down and drilled through to the front storage area and taped into the light power.
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Scotch bright pad and alcohol to get it to stick. Our power awning has a plastic cover to cover the wiring. Pulled the cover ran the wiring down and drilled through to the front storage area and taped into the light power.
If you'd followed the wiring a little further, the wiring runs thru a hole already there....
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