• Randy
    1
    Does anybody have a quick fix for an awning pulling away from its track at one end?
  • Ray
    433
    Can you by chance upload a picture of the failure?
  • Randy
    1
    Yes I have a photo, I need a little help on the upload procedures. Can you spell it for me. Thanks
  • Ray
    433
    Here is a video I did outlining the ways to do it.



    Let me know if you need any more direction. Cheers!
  • Randy
    1
    Here is my photo of my awning problem75tpqjtkpzjzeet3.jpg
  • Sean
    7
    Looks like the rubber cord that is sewn in the end of the awning isn't running all the way to the end. What does the other end look like?
  • Ray
    433
    On most awnings, the fabric has a cord sewn into the end of it. This cord slides into a channel to hold the awning in place. This is done at install by starting at one end and sliding it all the way along the channel.
    Looks like something has happened to the cord or the channel has opened up an is allowing the fabric to come free.
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