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Old 05-12-2016, 07:50 PM   #1
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I have not had the awning out in about 6 months due to the high winds near the Jersey shore and in Cajun country, LA, so when I went to put it out here in UT, I get nothing ! I'm assuming it may be a fuse, but when is it hidden, if not that, then what might cause it not to open ?
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Old 05-12-2016, 08:31 PM   #2
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Do you know what make/model your awning is?

Check all the fuses in your 12 volt distribution panel.

If you have a plug in type connector that feeds power to your awning trying disconnecting and reconnecting. I have to do this with mine on a regular basis. You may have to clean the contacts and apply some dielectric grease.
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I had a problem with mine. I had to climb the ladder. On the right wide top of my awning support rods, inside there is a wired connection plug. Mine came loose when the wind blew the awning up a little once. It just came slightly unplugged. I ended up having to add a little wire, splicing it in. Was a little short right from the factory. Hope that help.
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