Safari room question...

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  1. Touchwood

    Touchwood Funster

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    Just back from our first weekend away in Rosie, a very nice site at Rosedale Abbey. We had a wonderful time, everything seemed to work as it should, and we are very pleased with our new motorhome. :Smile:

    Inevitably, however, there were a number of issues - I've emailed the previous owner and hopefully he will clear up most of the questions. One question I'd like some advice on though from you lot, as follows: -

    We had a trial set up of the safari room which came with the van. The side panel (parallel with the side of the van) has a "bead" along the top edge which slides into a groove on the Fiama awning rail. This was very stiff, and took a lot of tugging (and swearing) to get into place. Clearly some form of lubrication would help immensely, but I'm not at all sure what to use? Any ideas?
     
  2. Terry

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    Spray on silicon :thumb:
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    You can use a furniture polish that is silicon based not oil based we used this when we had caravan
     
  4. GeraldandAnnie

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    We have an awning tent which operates on the same principle. We've not used lubrication :Blush: but one of us tugs whilst the other feeds, which works much better.

    Gerald
     
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