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Old 09-20-2013, 12:34 PM   #1
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The strap came off of my awning can anyone tell me how to put it back on? Sorry I am a new camper but enjoying it

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I'm assuming you mean the pull strap. It slides into the end of the awning tube into the groove. Unless (most likely) the strap just broke off. Then you'll need a new one.

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The strap came off of my awning can anyone tell me how to put it back on? Sorry I am a new camper but enjoying it
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It slides on from the end of the awning into the channel provided for it. You may need a new strap if the end that slides into the channel is damaged, or you may have a damaged area of the channel. If the area of the channel is damaged (wider than it should be) it may be able to be fixed with some ingenuity.
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