Rose Awnings (1 Viewer)

Feb 11, 2017
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47,264
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Pilote P740FC
Exp
2008
When trying to wind our Thule Omnistor 6200 out the other day in the middle of France, it got stuck about half way. Eventually, by being a bit heavy-handed, it freed up, but then a broken part appeared to fly out from the winding mechanism! Leaving us a bit anxious what the awning might do next, even though it seemed to work okay...

I posted on here, and various people made a range of suggestions, but nothing seemed to completely match the broken part. So I emailed Rose Awnings, realising that they would probably know immediately what it was, even though I’d not bought the awning from them (it was on our van when we bought it.)

Next working day, a reply arrived, identifying the part and reassuring us it wasn’t going to cause a problem. Excellent helpful service - my only previous dealing with them was repairing an awning on an Autotrail 9 or 10 years ago at Lincoln show
 

Theonlysue

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Sep 14, 2009
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They've always been a great company to deal with. He taught the chap who started hill view awnings.
 
Mar 3, 2013
1,529
6,336
Poole
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24,937
MH
Coachbuilt
Exp
2002
He has fitted both of our awnings and we have great service. Mind you he is about half a mile from our house which helps. :LOL:
 

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