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Old 02-23-2014, 07:06 PM   #15
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For me, If you're going to leave and your awning is out, either Retract it back in or tie it down at its' corners with strap/rope and tension spring. Also turn off sensors.
Good point. I was wandering if you could turn the sensors off and then tie the awning down. Is that a standard option on all the electric awnings? Sure wouldn't want it to try to retract while it is tied down.
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Good point. I was wandering if you could turn the sensors off and then tie the awning down. Is that a standard option on all the electric awnings? Sure wouldn't want it to try to retract while it is tied down.
Yes your control box should be in the basement compartment, just aft of the entrance door.

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Thanks Fred. I think I am going to go with the upgrade if it is not to much money.
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