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Old 09-29-2007, 07:55 PM   #1
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Does anybody know where the fuses are for the automatic awning in a 2005 Camelot? The wind is blowing and I don't know where to look.
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Does anybody know where the fuses are for the automatic awning in a 2005 Camelot? The wind is blowing and I don't know where to look.
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Old 09-29-2007, 08:24 PM   #3
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YEOUCH...WAKE UP GUYS... let's get this awning in!!!!



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Old 09-30-2007, 03:25 AM   #4
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Hope it's not too late, but ... 877-466-6226

That's the number for 24/7 Monaco Tech Support. During off-hours, they may not be right there at the phone but guaranteed someone will call you back soon. I've had occasion to use them before, and can say nothing but great things about those folks - they know their stuff and are serious about helping us when in trouble. (I have the number on speed-dial too, just in case)


I'm sure some other Camelot-owners will chime in here soon too.


Let us know how it goes!
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We say first hand Saturday what the wind can do to an awning. We were at the Wahweap campground on Lake Powell and the wind was gusting up to 65 mph and watched the awning on a brand new Phaeton get destroyed. Looked for an outside switch to retract awning but could not find one. Campground office did not have contact info for the owner either. Makes me wonder if displaying my mobile phone number on the coach would be a good idea.
The wind was so bad it was blowing by the roadside slide gasket. We pulled in the slides until the wind let up.
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Old 10-01-2007, 02:15 AM   #6
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Did you find the fuses yet?


That was nice of y'all to try and help fellow campers like that, Sixpack98.

A couple years ago, our campground got hit with a frog-strangler of a rainstorm. After putting up our stuff, I noticed the guy next to me had left one of his bigger windows open. It was too tall to reach directly, so I got my ladder (one of the freestanding A-frame type) and closed it for him.
When I later told him it had rained in case he noticed puddles inside and that I'd closed it for him, he said "Why did you do that? You might have hit my coach and scraped the paint". oh well.
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