From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
RV awnings can be one of the most useful accessories out there when it comes to recreational vehicles; they can provide shelter from the rain or wind, and they often work as a lifesaver when you’re in need of a break from the overbearing sun.
Keeping your RV awning maintained is crucial to preserving its lifespan, but as with most attachments, eventually it might just need to be replaced.
So, how do you know it’s time to swap your old awning for a new one? To help you decide, here are five warning signs that it’s time replace the one you currently have:
If you cannot get the awning to close with the hand crank or normal closing procedures, then this is a good sign that your awning needs to be replaced. RV awnings that are in top condition should open and close smoothly and easily, so look into a new one if you’re having to aggressively shove your awning into place
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