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Old 08-14-2005, 06:19 PM   #1
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While camping at the lake a couple of wks ago, we left to go get some supplies. It came a flash flood while we were gone, and the water crimpt the roller tube. I can't find one online. Is there any way to repair it? Had to get some friends to help roll it up. The rest of it appears OK. Should I just let my insurance replace it? Is it covered under insurance?
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While camping at the lake a couple of wks ago, we left to go get some supplies. It came a flash flood while we were gone, and the water crimpt the roller tube. I can't find one online. Is there any way to repair it? Had to get some friends to help roll it up. The rest of it appears OK. Should I just let my insurance replace it? Is it covered under insurance?
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Turn it in to your insurance company, the awning fabric is probably stretched also. Good luck!!
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Old 08-17-2005, 07:38 AM   #4
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Just had ours replaced a month ago. Same problem. The insurance company covered everything except the deductable.

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