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Old 02-12-2015, 07:17 PM   #1
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Can't Believe it

I re leveled my MH,when i brought in the slide everything went well,Then after leveling i put the slide back out,The problem is something went wrong with the slide awning would not release i guess ,and bent the brackets on the slide that holds the awning,it would not roll out,ever hear of this.Did i do something wrong
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Frozen? Are you in Canada?
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Old 02-12-2015, 09:02 PM   #3
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Is it possible that there is a lock mechanism that needs to be released or is just stuck.
There may be something on there to keep the awning from billowing out in high winds while driving.
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Can't Believe it

You can post your year, manufacturer, and model type in your profile. That would be helpful in guessing what your problem is since you didn't mention these.

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I had a similar incident. The lock that keeps the slide awning from unfurling locked up accidentally and bent the awning support. The spring in the lock mechanism had gotten loose over the years. I used needle-nose pliers to bend the spring back to the proper tension. I had to remove the support arm and take it to a machine shop to bend it back straight.
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