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Old 05-30-2013, 05:35 PM   #1
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Brustor slide topper

We have an 04 Affinity and would like to relax the tension on the brustor slide topper so we can detach it from the slide out and lay the canvas on the roof while we put eternabond tape on the top of the slide to get rid of a leak and prevent others...don't have and can't find the manual on this, any advice appreciated, thanks.
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Check the end caps and see if they have a slot in them if they do look inside and see if the shaft has a hole drilled in it, should be able to see it looking straight into it. If it there then you can open the slide some and put a pin through the hole then run the slide in there might be some screws that hold the topper in place on the rail remove them to let the topper slide on the rail and then remove the awning itself off the mounts and lay it on the roof.
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Old 06-25-2013, 11:25 AM   #3
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Check the end caps and see if they have a slot in them if they do look inside and see if the shaft has a hole drilled in it, should be able to see it looking straight into it. If it there then you can open the slide some and put a pin through the hole then run the slide in there might be some screws that hold the topper in place on the rail remove them to let the topper slide on the rail and then remove the awning itself off the mounts and lay it on the roof.
There are no holes in the end caps and no screws. There is a screw on the bottom of each side that I have removed, but the cover still will not lift up....thoroughly stumped here...
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Old 06-26-2013, 04:01 PM   #4
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Got the end caps off...held on by silicone. All is good
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