Fiamma Awning legs

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  1. ninjayorkies

    ninjayorkies Read Only Funster

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    Now that the weather is improving I've wound my awning out but for some reason the legs won't stay put when I adjust the height and tighten the red bolt/screw thingy ::bigsmile: It worked fine in Austria last year so could something be missing all of a sudden? I wouldn't mind but I keep hitting my head on it :ROFLMAO:
     
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    You may find the washer under the bolt is perished or the threaded part inside the leg has become detaiched in which case you need a new leg but that is unlikely.

    Check the washer first.

    Peter
     
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    Washer? Not seen a washer so where about would that be?
     
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    Failing a quick / easy fix .. extend the leg and wrap gaffer tape around the joint ..:thumb:
     
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    According to my lot underneath the ' the red bolt/screw thingy ::bigsmile:'

    If by chance you are at Newbury, go and pick Darren's brains on our Fiamma/Johns Cross stand

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    Hmmm washers must still be in Salzburg
     
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