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Old 04-10-2011, 03:10 PM   #1
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A&E Power Awning

I have the A@E 9100 patio awning and it seems to function correctly. But when going down the highway I often hear a rattle from that side of the RV and I think it is the support arm that extends and supports the awning when it is out. When retracted this arm may be rattling against the brace that bolts to the wall. I've searched and don't find that anyone else has had or is having that rattle. I could put a piece of foam or similar material to absorb the vibration but does anyone else have a better solution?
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Mine has a small piece of Velcro under the arm holding it to the frame.
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My spouse added a piece of Velcro near the bottom of the arm - I drove the RV about 80 miles today and the rattle is gone. Thanks for the good suggestion. Now if I can get rid of the squeak I now hear from that area it'll be great!
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