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SERVICE MANUAL
MANUALLY OPERATED PATIO AWNING
RV
FIESTA, FIESTA LITE, SPIRITFX AND SIMPLICITY AWNINGS
These instructions apply to all models
listed. Details and procedures unique
to a specific model are labeled
appropriately. For optional equipment,
refer to the instructions included with
the option.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Overview .......................................................................................................................... 1 Canopy Replacement .................................................................................................................... 2 Removing the Old Canopy...................................................................................................................... 2 Installing the New Canopy ...................................................................................................................... 3 Spring Replacement ...................................................................................................................... 4 Replacing the Left Spring Assembly ....................................................................................................... 4 Replacing the Right Spring Assembly .................................................................................................... 5 Spring Wind Chart .................................................................................................................................. 6 Remote Lock Replacement (Spirit and Fiesta Only) .................................................................. 6 Standard Maintenance .................................................................................................................. 7 Fabric Care ............................................................................................................................................. 7 Mildew ............................................................................................................................................ 7 Pooling ........................................................................................................................................... 7 Leaking ........................................................................................................................................... 7 Arm Care ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Hardware Maintenance .................................................................................................................. 7 Part Number Listing ...................................................................................................................... 8 Spirit FX & Fiesta Part Number Configuration ........................................................................................ 8 Simplicity Part Number Configuration ..................................................................................................... 9 Part Number/Serial Number Location ..................................................................................................... 9 Spirit FX and Fiesta Illustrated Parts List.............................................................................................. 10 Simplicity Illustrated Parts List .............................................................................................................. 12 Fiesta Lite Illustrated Parts List............................................................................................................. 14 Roller Tube LED ................................................................................................................................... 16 052876-301r3
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PROPRIETARY STATEMENT
The manual Patio Awning is a product of Carefree of Colorado, located in Broomfield, Colorado, USA. The
information contained in or disclosed in this document is considered proprietary to Carefree of Colorado.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented in the document is accurate and
complete. However, Carefree of Colorado assumes no liability for errors or for any damages that result
from the use of this document.
The information contained in this manual pertains to the current configuration of the models listed on the
title page. Earlier model configurations may differ from the information given. Carefree of Colorado
reserves the right to cancel, change, alter or add any parts and assemblies, described in this manual,
without prior notice.
Carefree of Colorado agrees to allow the reproduction of this document for use with Carefree of Colorado
products only. Any other reproduction or translation of this document in whole or part is strictly prohibited
without prior written approval from Carefree of Colorado.
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
A WARNING INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED, COULD RESULT IN
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR MAJOR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
CAUTION
A CAUTION INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION THAT MAY CAUSE MINOR TO MODERATE
PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. IT MAY ALSO BE USED TO ALERT AGAINST UNSAFE PRACTICES.
NOTE: A note indicates further information about a product, part, or step.
Tip:
A tip provides helpful suggestions.
Safety Notes:




Always disconnect battery or power source before working on or around the electrical system.
Always wear appropriate safety equipment (i.e. goggles).
Always use appropriate lifting devices and/or helpers when lifting or holding heavy objects.
When using fasteners, use care to not over tighten. Soft materials such as fiberglass and aluminum
can be "stripped out" and lose the ability to grip and hold.

Use extreme care when working with the roller springs. Springs are under tremendous tension and will
quickly unwind if released. Possible injury and/or damage may occur.
REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS LOCATED @ www.carefreeofcolorado.com:
052876-005
052876-201
052876-301
Patio Awning Installation Manual
Patio Awning Owner's Manual
Patio Awning Service Manual
Awning Accessory Manuals:
052787-003 Thin–Lite Installation & Operation Manual
052796-001 Power Pack Installation (discontinued)
052806-003 Automatic Awning Support
052807-004 Rafter VI Installation & Operation Manual
052959-001 Rafter VII Installation & Operation Manual
Carefree of Colorado
a Scott Fetzer company
2145 W. 6th Avenue Broomfield, CO 80020
303-469-3324 ♦ www.carefreeofcolorado.com
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MANUAL PATIO AWNINGS
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
Carefree’s line of traditional manual awnings provide the RV owner with choices of multiple fabrics and
options while having some of the strongest and longest lasting hardware in the industry.

Fiesta – The adjustable arms allow the user to adjust the pitch of the awning or can be placed in the
carport position when desired. Additional refinements include a remote lock, storage travel locks and
canopy clamps to help tension the fabric.

Fiesta Lite – The adjustable arms allow the user to adjust the pitch of the awning or can be placed in
the carport position when desired. Additional refinements include a remote lock and storage travel
straps and canopy clamps to help tension the fabric. The Fiesta Lite has 16% less weight than the
Fiesta (weight comparison based on 14' model, other sizes may vary).
Additional fabrics with Weatherguard or Alumaguard (Fiesta Only) are available.
NOTE: The Simplicity and Spirit FX Models have been discontinued as of January, 2013. These
products are no longer available for new product installation. References to the Spirit and Simplicity are
for service only.
FEATURES
AVAILABLE
LENGTHS
EXTENSION 1
BRAKE LEVER
RELEASE
ARM TRAVEL LOCK
METHOD
ROLL BAR SERIES
CANOPY
CLAMP
Fiesta
8' 1
8' to 25'
Remote Lock Storage Lock
3.5" (4-slot)
Standard
Fiesta Lite
8'
10' to 21'
Remote Lock
Arm Strap
3.5" (4-slot)
n/a
HARDWARE COLOR:
White w/ White Castings; Black w/ Black Castings; Satin w/ Black Castings (Fiesta Only)
FABRIC OPTIONS 2
ACRYLIC W/ ALUMAGUARD
VINYL W/ ALUMAGUARD
VINYL W/ WEATHERGUARD
(FIESTA ONLY)
(FIESTA ONLY)
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ADDITIONAL OPTIONS
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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LED LIGHTING
TIE DOWN STRAPS
CURVED HARDWARE 5
CENTER RAFTER 3, 4
ADD-A-ROOM 3, 4
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Optional Hi-Lo Awnings have an extension of 6’ 6".
Some options may not be available through Original Equipment Manufacturer Installations.
Consult the sales and order information for specific application availability.
Options are ordered separately.
Curved Hardware is not available for Simplicity or Fiesta Lite. Limited styles for Spirit/Fiesta see
page Error! Bookmark not defined..
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CANOPY REPLACEMENT
WARNING
THIS PROCEDURE REQUIRES WORKING WITH THE ROLLER SPRINGS. OBSERVE ALL CAUTIONS. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE.
Trim Polycord
1” From Fabric
Fabric
Retaining Screw
Subtract
Winds
Add
ViceGrips
Upper Mounting
Bracket
Fabric Retaining Screw
Feeder
1-Piece Fabric
Trim Polycord
1” From Fabric
End
Plug
Feeder
Standard Utility
Roll Bar Roll Bar
2-Piece Fabric
SF015
Figure 1. Canopy Replacement.
REMOVING THE OLD CANOPY
1. Remove the fabric retaining screws located in the rollbar and the awning rail (4 in total). Set screws aside.
2. Extend the awning out completely.
3. On the right side, lift and lock the upper brace in position. As a precaution, tape the roller lock in the
open position.
4. On the left side of the awning, remove the upper mounting bracket from the coach wall. Allow the brace
to pivot out of the way.
5. On the left arm, grasp the end plug firmly with vice grips. Pad the grip teeth to prevent damage or
marring on the end plug.
CAUTION
WHEN REMOVED FROM THE ARM, THE SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION AND WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP
HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS! DO NOT TRY TO HOLD BY HAND.
6. Remove the attaching screw and remove the end plug from the arm while firmly holding onto the vice grips.
 It will be necessary to hold onto the arm and move it out of the way when the end plug is removed.
 It will be necessary to support the roll bar.
7. Carefully count the number of turns while unwinding the spring. To unwind, rotate the end plug over the
top and towards the coach.
8. Remove the screws attaching the end cap to the roll bar.
9. Remove the spring from the roll bar and set aside.
10. Mark the slots that the canopy is mounted in then slide the old canopy out from the roll bar and awning rail.
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INSTALLING THE NEW CANOPY
1. Clean and deburr the roll bar slots and awning rail as required. If not previously done, spread open the
awning rail track to facilitate inserting the new fabric.
Tip:
Lightly spraying the slots with a dry silicone lubricant will help the fabric slide into the slot without
staining the material.
2. Position the fabric feeders on the roll bar. Be sure to use the same slots as the old canopy.
3. Slide the new canopy into the awning rail and roll bar simultaneously. Center on the roll bar.
 For a one piece canopy it will be necessary to slide the canopy and valance at the same time.
 For two piece replacements, slide the canopy in first then slide the valance into the second slot.
4. Remove the feeders.
5. Slide the spring into the roll bar. Align the end cap on the roll bar then press onto the roll bar
completely. The roll bar should bottom out inside the cap.
6. Attach the end cap to the roll bar with the screws removed previously.
7. Grasp the end plug with vice grips and turn the spring to add winds. To wind, rotate the end plug over
the top and away from the coach. The number of turns must equal the same as the number removed
previously.
CAUTION
THE SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION; WHEN THE END PLUG IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ARM CHANNEL THE
SPRING WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS!
DO NOT TRY TO HOLD THE END PLUG BY HAND.
8. Place the end plug over the arm channel and attach using the screw removed previously. Remove the
vice grips.
9. Loosely attach the upper mounting bracket to the coach.
10. Inspect the awning. Adjust the canopy position to remove wrinkles with the canopy square to the roll
bar.
11. Release the upper brace on the right side of the awning and remove the tape from the locking lever.
12. SLOWLY roll up the awning while watching the left arm and brace. Use the slots in the upper mounting
bracket to adjust the brace position so that the brace and arm nestle together properly.
13. Tighten the upper mounting bracket screws.
14. Extend and retract the awning several times to confirm that the canopy is rolling up straight. Then
secure the fabric using the fabric retaining screws removed previously.

The upper screws go through the awning rail, fabric and polycord approximately 1" in from the edge
of the fabric.

The roll bar screws go into the slot and through the polycord on the outside edge of the fabric.
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SPRING REPLACEMENT
WARNING
THESE PROCEDURES REQUIRE WORKING WITH THE ROLLER SPRINGS. OBSERVE ALL CAUTIONS. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE.
REPLACING THE LEFT SPRING ASSEMBLY
1. Extend the awning out completely.
2. On the right side, lift and lock the upper brace in position. Tape the roller lock in the OPEN position.
3. On the left arm, grasp the end plug firmly with vice grips. Pad the grip teeth to prevent damage or
marring on the end plug.
CAUTION
WHEN REMOVED FROM THE ARM, THE SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION AND WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP
HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS! DO NOT TRY TO HOLD BY HAND.
4. Remove the attaching screw and remove the end plug from the arm
while firmly holding onto the vice grips.
 It will be necessary to hold onto the arm and move it out of
ViceGrips
the way when the end plug is removed.
Subtract
 It will be necessary to support or hold the roll bar during the Winds
rest of the procedures.
5. Unwind the spring. To unwind, rotate the end plug over the top
and towards the coach.
CAUTION
Add
End
Plug
A BROKEN SPRING CAN STILL RETAIN WINDS UNDER TENSION.
6. Remove the screws attaching the end cap to the roll bar. Set
screws aside.
7. Remove the spring from the roll bar and set aside.
8. Slide the new spring into the roll bar. Align the end cap on the
roll bar then press onto the roll bar completely. The roll bar
should bottom out inside the cap.
9. Attach the end cap to the roll bar with the screws removed
previously.
10. Grasp the end plug with vice grips and turn the spring to add
winds. To wind, rotate the end plug over the top and away from
the coach. One complete turn equals one wind. Use the spring
wind chart on page 6 for the correct number of winds.
Detail A
Spring
Lock Pin
Detail B
SF017
Figure 2. LH Spring.
CAUTION
WHILE THE END PLUG IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ARM CHANNEL, THE WOUND SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION
AND WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS!
DO NOT TRY TO HOLD THE END PLUG BY HAND.
11. Temporarily insert a cotter pin through the cap and spring (refer to Detail B).
12. Slide the end plug over arm channel. Align the holes and secure using one (1) 1/4-20 x 7/16 Quadrex
Drive screw.
13. Remove the cotter pin and tape from the roller lock then release the upper brace.
14. Slowly roll up the awning and observe that the braces and arms nestle together correctly. If necessary,
loosen the screws holding the upper mounting bracket then use the slots in the bracket to adjust the
brace position so that the brace and arm nestle together properly.
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REPLACING THE RIGHT SPRING ASSEMBLY
1. Extend the awning out completely.
2. On the left side, lift and lock the upper brace in position. Insert a cotter pin through the cap and spring (refer to
Detail A).
3. On the right arm, grasp the end plug firmly with vice grips. Pad the grip teeth to prevent damage or
marring on the end plug.
CAUTION
WHEN REMOVED FROM THE ARM, THE SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION AND WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP
HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS! DO NOT TRY TO HOLDTHE END PLUG BY
HAND.
4. Remove the attaching screw and remove the end plug from
the arm while firmly holding onto the vice grips.
 It will be necessary to hold onto the arm and move it
out of the way when the end plug is removed.
 It will be necessary to support or hold the roll bar
Spring
during the rest of the procedures.
Lock Pin
Detail A
5. Place the roller lock in the CLOSE position then unwind
the spring. To unwind, rotate the end plug over the top
and towards the coach.
CAUTION
A BROKEN SPRING CAN STILL RETAIN WINDS UNDER TENSION.
6. Remove the screws attaching the end cap to the roll
bar. Set screws aside.
7. Remove the spring from the roll bar and set aside.
8. Slide the new spring into the roll bar. Align the end cap
on the roll bar then press onto the roll bar completely.
The roll bar should bottom out inside the cap.
9. Attach the end cap to the roll bar with the screws removed
previously.
ViceGrips
Subtract
Winds
Add
End
Plug
Remote Lock
(Spirit & Fiesta Only)
Detail B
Figure 3. RH Spring.
SF018
10. Place the roller lock in the OPEN position then grasp the end plug with vice grips and turn the spring to add
winds. To wind, rotate the end plug over the top and away from the coach. One complete turn equals one
wind. Use the chart on page 6 for the correct number of winds.
CAUTION
WHILE THE END PLUG IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ARM CHANNEL, THE WOUND SPRING IS UNDER EXTREME TENSION
AND WILL UNWIND QUICKLY. KEEP HANDS AND CLOTHING CLEAR WHILE FIRMLY HOLDING THE VICE GRIPS! DO
NOT TRY TO HOLD THE END PLUG BY HAND.
1. For Simplicity Slide the end plug over arm channel. Align the holes and secure using one (1) 1/4-20 x
7/16 Quadrex Drive screw.
2. For Spirit and Fiesta: Hook the remote lock over the brake lever while sliding the end plug over the arm. Align
the holes in the arm and end plug and secure using one (1) 1/4-20 x 7/16 Quadrex Drive screw.
Tip: Slide the remote lock up until it protrudes over the arm. Hook the remote over the brake lever.
Allow the remote lock to slide back into the channel while sliding the end plug over the arm channel.
11. Slowly roll up the awning and observe that the braces and arms nestle together correctly. If necessary,
loosen the screws holding the upper mounting bracket then use the slots in the bracket to adjust the
brace position so that the brace and arm nestle together properly.
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SPRING WIND CHART
Length of Awning
Winds w/ Awning Closed Winds w/ Awning Open
7' 11" or less
6
14
8' – 12'
5
13
12' 1" – 18'
7
15
18' 1" and longer
8
16
 To wind, rotate the end plug over the top and away from the coach.
 To unwind, rotate the end plug over the top and towards the coach.
REMOTE LOCK REPLACEMENT (SPIRIT AND FIESTA ONLY)
1. Open the awning. On the left arm, raise and lock the upper brace in position. Do not forget to tighten
the black lock knob.
NOTE: As an additional safety, align the cotter pin holes in the LH cap and spring and temporarily
insert a lock pin through the hole (reference Detail A in Figure 3 on page 5). This will
prevent the awning from closing if the upper brace is not adequately tightened.
2. On the right side, tape the roller lock lever in the OPEN position.
CAUTION
THE ROLLER LOCK MUST STAY IN THE OPEN POSITION. IF THE LEVER IS PUSHED TO THE CLOSE POSITION WHILE
THE END PLUG IS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ARM CHANNEL, THE WOUND SPRING WILL UNWIND QUICKLY WITH
SIGNIFICANT FORCE. PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE COULD OCCUR.
3. (Detail A) Detach the end plug and lift off of the
arm channel. Unhook the old remote lock stirrup
from the lock lever while lifting the roll bar.
 It will be necessary to hold onto the arm
when the end plug is removed.
 It will be necessary to support or hold the Roller Lock
Lever
roll bar during the next two steps.
Remote Lock
Round Groove
4. Slide the old remote lock out of the round
groove of the right arm.
5. Clean the groove then slide the new remote
lock in. Allow the lock to protrude over the
arm channel.
DETAIL A
Right Arm Assy
DETAIL B
Remote Lock
SF020
Figure 4. Remote Lock Installation.
6. Lift the roll bar over the arm channel and hook the remote lock stirrup over the lever. Slide the remote
lock into the channel while sliding the end plug onto the arm.
7. Align the holes and secure the end plug with the screw removed previously.
8. Remove cotter pin (if installed) and the tape used to hold the lock lever in place.
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STANDARD MAINTENANCE
Maintaining the Carefree Manual Patio Awning is easy. Just follow these basic steps:
 Always operate the awning according to the instructions.
 Periodically check that the fasteners are tight. Tighten if necessary.
 Keep the awning fabric and arms clean.
FABRIC CARE
CAUTION DO
NOT USE OIL BASED CLEANERS OR ANY CAUSTIC, GRANULATED, OR ABRASIVE TYPE
CLEANERS ON YOUR CAREFREE PRODUCT.
1. One of the best ways to keep the fabric looking good and to delay the need for deep or vigorous
cleanings is to hose fabrics off on a monthly basis with clear water. This practice will help prevent dirt
from becoming deeply imbedded in the fabric. In most environments, a thorough cleaning will be
needed every two to three years.
2. When it’s time for a thorough cleaning, the fabric can be cleaned while still on an awning frame.
 For Vinyl Fabric – Use a soft brush and warm water with soap.
 For Acrylic Fabric – Use a stiff brush and warm water with soap.
3. When cleaning the fabric, it is important to observe the following:
 Always use a natural soap, never detergent.
 Water should be cold to lukewarm, never more than 100F.
 Air-dry only. Never apply heat to the fabric.
 Always allow the fabric to dry thoroughly before rolling up the awning.
Mildew
Mildew is a fungus growth that looks like dirt. Vinyl coated polyester fabrics are mildew resistant because
of a chemical biocide in the vinyl coating. Under ordinary conditions, mildew will not appear. However, in
areas where high temperature and humidity are common, mildew can be a problem and required the
material to be washed more frequently. Thoroughly rinse the fabric with clean water and allow to air dry
completely before rolling up the awning.
Pooling
When water collects on the top of the fabric, this is known as "pooling". This can occur during inclement
weather or if a running air conditioner discharges over the awning. The water is dumped when the awning
is retracted. It is recommended that if water accumulates on the top, briefly retract the awning to dump the
water. This will help prevent the fabric from stretching or distorting.
Leaking
On vinyl canopies, side hems and poly cords are stitched in with a sewing machine. On occasion, this stitching may
allow water to seep or leak through the stitches. This is normal and not a defect covered by warranty. Treat the
seams with a quality seam sealer.
ARM CARE
The best method of keeping the arms and braces operating smoothly is to clean them. Dirt and debris can
cause the channels not to slide easily.
Periodically wash out the channels with running water (i.e. a hose) to keep them clean. If the channels still
do not slide easily, lightly spray the inside of the channels with a dry silicone lubricant, after the arms have
been cleaned and dried thoroughly.
Hardware Maintenance



Replace any parts that become damaged.
Periodically check all mounting hardware, screws, lags, etc., and re-tighten when necessary.
Locking knobs should be periodically loosened and removed then sprayed with a dry lubricant to
prevent binding and locking.
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PART NUMBER LISTING
SPIRIT FX & FIESTA PART NUMBER CONFIGURATION
Example: Part Number: 2 5 1 8 7 9 7 9
STYLE CODE
SIZE
CANOPY COLOR
FABRIC WRAP TYPE/COLOR
25
SPIRIT FX Vinyl w/ Black Castings
18
18’ Length
8’
9’
10’
11’
12’
13’
14’
15’
16’
17’
18’
19’
20’
21’
22’
23’
24’
25’
79
Ocean Blue Vinyl
79
Ocean Blue/Cream Weatherguard
SPIRIT FX
25 = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Black Castings
DV = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ White Castings
26 = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
w/ Black Castings
DW = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
w/ White Castings
FIESTA
86 = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Black Castings Up To 21’
EP = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Black Castings Over 21’
EA = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ White Castings Up To 21’
ER = Vinyl or Polyweave w/
White Castings Over 21’
SA = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Alumaguard
w/ Black Castings Up To 21’
SB = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Alumaguard
w/ Black Castings Over 21’
SE = Vinyl or Polyweave
w/ Alumaguard
w/ White Castings Up To 21’
SF = Vinyl or Polyweave. With
Alumaguard
/White Castings Over 21’
AB = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
W /Black Castings Up To 21’
ET = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
w/ Black Castings Over 21’
EB = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
w/ White Castings Up To 21’
EU = Acrylic w/ Alumaguard Ltd
w/ White Castings Over 21’
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VINYL
VINYL
Refer to Sales and Order
Information for Color Availability
and Color Codes
Refer to Sales and Order Information for Color
Availability and Color Codes
CUSTOM GRAPHICS
Refer to Sales and Order Information for Color
Availability and Color Codes
Refer to Sales and Order
Information for Color Availability
and Color Codes
ALUMAGUARD
ACRYLIC
Refer to Sales and Order
Information for Color Availability
and Color Codes
AVAILABLE IN HORIZONTAL
OR VERTICAL STRIPE OR
SOLID.
CUSTOM ACRYLIC
140 custom colors are available
Refer to Sales and Order
Information for Color Availability
and Color Codes
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SIMPLICITY PART NUMBER CONFIGURATION
Example: Part Number: 77217900
STYLE CODE
SIZE
77
21
Simplicity Awning
21' Length
77 =
Simplicity Awning - All
8’
9’
10’
11’
12’
13’
14’
15’
16’
17’
18’
19’
20’
21’
CANOPY COLOR
79
Ocean Blue
FABRIC WRAP TYPE/COLOR
00
White Weatherguard
VINYL
VINYL
Refer to Sales and Order
Information for specific color
availability and color codes
00
(xx)
= WHITE
= MATCHING COLOR
PART NUMBER/SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
Left Arm
Right Arm
SF014

The arm part numbers/serial numbers are located on the inside of the lower arm channel.

The roll bar part numbers/serial numbers are located on the roller tube and the valance care label.
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SPIRIT FX AND FIESTA ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
22a
18
19
22b
Standard Utility
Roll Bar Roll Bar
24
23
19
21
18
20
4
8
22
9
25
15
16
11
“L”
14
3
7
13
10
8
5
9
12
6
15
16
2
26
5
6
1
10
SF501sm
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Item
Part Number
Description
Notes
R00415-3nn-XX
1/2 Set Hardware
Right
1,3
1
R00416-3nn-XX
1/2 Set Hardware
Left
1,3
2
R00410-3nn-XX
Upper Main Arm (includes items 8, 9)
Right
1,3
3
R00411-3nn-XX
Upper Main Arm (includes items 8, 9)
Left
1,3
4
R00412-3nn-XX
Lower Main Arm (includes Item 6)
1,3
5
901020
Carport Foot
Black
6
901020W
Carport Foot
White
R012803-005
Remote Lock, White
L = 38.5"
Universal
7
R012803-006
Remote Lock, Black
L = 38.5"
Universal
R012803-105
Remote Lock, White
L = 25.4"
Hi-Lo
R012803-106
Remote Lock, Black
L = 25.4"
Hi-Lo
R012803-405
Remote Lock, White
L = 41.5"
Monaco
R012803-406
Remote Lock, Black
L = 41.5"
Monaco
R012803-505
Remote Lock, White
L = 51.8"
Teton
R012803-506
Remote Lock, Black
L = 51.8"
Teton
R012803-205
Remote Lock, White
L = 34.4"
Short
R012803-206
Remote Lock, Black
L = 34.4"
Short
901017
Travel Lock, Black
8
901017W
Travel Lock, White
901015W
Handle, White
9
901015
Handle, Black
R00414-3nn-XX
Lower Brace (includes item 12)
1,3
10
R00413-3nn-XX
Upper Brace (includes items 13, 14, 18)
1,3
11
R00405
Brace Slider
12
R00405-2
Brace Slider, Curved Hardware
R00549
Brace Slider
Pre 1997
901022
Locking Knob
13
902801W
Canopy Clamp, White
14
902801
Canopy Clamp, Black
901019W
Bottom Bracket, White
15
901019
Bottom Bracket, Black
R00716
Bottom Bracket, Shim, Optional
pkg of 2
16
169037
Bottom Bracket Stand-Off, Optional
Airstream
17
901018W
Top Bracket, White
18
901018
Top Bracket, Black
249153
Top Bracket Stand-Off
Optional
19
R00926XXX-A
Spring Assy, RH
7' 11" or less 2,4,5
20
R00925XXX-A
Spring Assy, RH
8’-18’ 2,4,5
R00926XXX-A
Spring Assy, RH
18' 1" and longer 2,4,5
R00923XXX-A
Spring Assy, LH
8'-18' Width 2,4,5
21
R00924XXX-A
Spring Assy, LH
18' 1" and longer 2,4,5
R098226-005
Idler End Cap, White (Does Not Include a Spring)
7' 11" or less
2
R098226-006
Idler End Cap, Black (Does Not Include a Spring)
7' 11" or less
2
Roller Tube, 4-slot
3 1/2" Dia
22a 19xx00
Roller Tube, w/ Utility Slot
3 1/2" Dia
22b 15xx00A
Canopy Only
Refer to Canopy Order Form
23
20xx36XXX
Alumaguard Only
24
901011
Pull Strap
25
901035
Pull Wand
43"
26
901035XL
Pull Wand
61"
The following items are not shown
R012479-006
Hardware Pack
Black Castings
R012479-005
Hardware Pack
White Arms w/ White Castings
030573
Slider Set Screw
Notes: 1. XX = Color -06 = Satin w/ Black Castings -55 = White w/ White Castings
2. Awnings 7'11" and shorter use only one RH spring, no left hand spring.
3. nn = Arm style.
4. For springs used with a utility slot roller tube, add a "U" at the end of the part number.
5. XXX = Color BLK=Black; WHT=White
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SIMPLICITY ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
15
16
20
16
18
15
17
3
9
6
19
7
21
12
8
3
11
13
6
4
7
10
5
2
12
1
22
13
4
5
1
12
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Item
Part Number
Description
Notes
R00415-4nn-XX
Arm Assy, 1/2 Set
Right
1,2
1
R00416-4nn-XX
Arm Assy, 1/2 Set
Left
1,2
2
R00410-4nn-XX
Upper Main Arm (includes items 6, 7)
1,2
3
R00412-4nn-XX
Lower Main Arm (includes Item 5)
1,2
4
249104UP
Carport Foot
Unpainted
5
R00532
Travel Strap
6
901015W
Handle, White
7
901015
Handle, Black
R00414-4nn-XX
Lower Brace (includes item 10)
1,2
8
R00413-4nn-XX
Upper Brace (includes items 11, 15)
1,2
9
R00405
Brace Slider
10
R00549
Brace Slider
Pre1997
901022
Locking Knob
11
R00935
Bottom Bracket
pkg of 2
12
R00716
Bottom Bracket, Shim
pkg of 2
13
249162UP
Top Bracket
15
249153
Top Bracket Stand-Off
pkg of 2
16
R00925MIL-A
Spring Assy, RH
8’-18’
17
R00926MIL-A
Spring Assy, RH
18' 1" and longer
R00923MIL-A
Spring Assy, LH
8'-18' Width
18
R00924MIL-A
Spring Assy, LH
18' 1" and longer
19xx00
Roller Tube, 4-slot
3 1/2" Dia
19
Canopy Only
Refer to Canopy Order Form
20
901011
Pull Strap
21
901035
Pull Wand
43"
22
901035XL
Pull Wand
61"
The following items are not shown
R012804-002
Hardware Pack
Notes: 1. XX = Color -00 = Satin w/ unpainted Castings
-50 = White w/ unpainted Castings
2. nn = Arm style.
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FIESTA LITE ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
12
19
18
10
12
9
14
11
10
17
8
7
13
20
11
4
3
6
15
7
5
2
4
3
6
16
5
1
14
15
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MANUAL PATIO AWNINGS
Item
Part Number
Description
Notes
R001701-1XX-xx
1/2 Set Hardware
Right
1,3,4
1
R001702-1XX-xx
1/2 Set Hardware
Left
1,3
2
R001774-XXX
Upper Main Arm, (includes item 4)
1
3
901071
Handle Assy
Black
4
901071WHT
Handle Assy
White
R001668-XXX
Lower Main Arm, (includes Item 6)
1
5
901068
Carport Foot
Black
6
901068WHT
Carport Foot
White
R00532
Travel Strap
7
R001669-XXX
Lower Brace, RH
1,2
8
R001671-XXX
Lower Brace, LH
1,2
9
R001673-XXX
Upper Brace, (includes items 11, 12)
1
10
R001674
Locking Knob
11
901069
Top Bracket
Black
12
901069WHT
Top Bracket
White
R001703WHT-A
Spring, RH, White
Used with awning length 16' or less
13
R001703BLK-A
Spring, RH, Black
Used with awning length 16' or less
R001704WHT-A
Spring, RH, White
Used with awning length 16'1" or Longer
R001704BLK-A
Spring, RH, Black
Used with awning length 16'1" or Longer
R001705WHT
Idler Assy, No Spring, White
Used with awning length 16' or less
14
R001705BLK
Idler Assy, No Spring, Black
Used with awning length 16' or less
R001706WHT-A
Idler Assy, w/ Spring, White
Used with awning length 16'1" or Longer
R001706BLK-A
Idler Assy, w/ Spring, Black
Used with awning length 16'1" or Longer
901070
Bottom Bracket
Black
15
901070WHT
Bottom Bracket
White
901035
Pull Cane
43"
16
901035XL
Pull Cane
61"
19xx00
Roller Tube, 4-slot
3.5" Dia
17
Canopy Only
Refer to Canopy Order Form
18
Awning Rail
See Hardware and Accessories
19
901011
Pull Strap
20
The following items are not shown
R019358-XXX
Hardware Pack
not shown
Notes: 1. XXX = Color:-005 = White; -006 = Black
2. Lower brace (items 8, 9) includes brace slider. Brace slider not available separately.
3. Arms available in universal only.
4. New front (right) arm assembly is identified with an "F".
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ROLLER TUBE LED
4
3
ON
1
OFF
5
Item
1
Part Number
Description
R060732-001
LED Strip, White
R060732-002
LED Strip, White
SR0101
Switch Kit (includes item 3)
2
R019493-001
Fuse Kit (includes in-line fuse holder and 2A fuse)
3
R060718-001
Harness
4
R001716
Slot Cover, 12"
5
Notes: 1. LED strip (item 1) is sent on a roll and cut to length during installation.
16
2
LED501
8" Lead
26" Lead
Notes
1
1
22' Length
pkg of 2
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