The Dometic 9100 Power Awning is a great addition to your RV. This unit can be used in your camper or motorhome and gives you all the extra space you need for all of your belongings.
The Dometic 9100 Power Awning is made from heavy-duty vinyl that has been treated with UV protection. It features brackets, arms, roller wheels, and more so that it will stay put when you are setting up camp. The fabric is also easy to clean and maintain so that it will look great for years to come!
Dometic 9100 Power Awning Parts Diagram
Dometic 9100 Power Awning Parts Explained
LED Light Strip
This is not included with the awning and can be purchased as a separate part. The LED strip is available in white or black, and can illuminate the fabric at night for security or to help you find your way around camp at night.
It’s a great feature to have, but keep in mind that it requires batteries and there is an extra cost involved. The LED strip can also be used with the LED light kit to make your home more festive during the holidays.
The brackets are used to attach the awning arms to the awning frame. They are available in various sizes and made of plastic, so they do not require any maintenance. The brackets can be purchased as a kit or individually.
The awning arm is an important part of your Dometic 9100 Power Awning and its purpose is to provide support for the awning frame. It’s also used to mount the motor assembly, which allows you to control your power awning from inside or outside your RV.
The arm itself consists of two parts: the bottom bracket and the upper bracket. These components are mounted together with screws into holes in both frames or rails (if applicable). If you have an aluminum version with no rails installed, then these brackets can be screwed directly into aluminum railings.
However, if there are rails installed on top of them then those need additional mounting holes drilled into them first before using this method as well as using longer bolts since they will reach further down than normal ones would normally allow access too
The roller is the part of your awning that attaches to the motor, which in turn makes it move up and down as you walk through your tent. The roller is made of metal and fastened to its arms by brackets, which hold it in place when you’re not using them (though they can be removed if necessary).
The roller sits on top of your motor’s shafts, so if something goes wrong with either piece then there may be problems with both pieces of hardware—this includes damaged brackets or wear-and-tear damage over time from constant use!
Fabric is the name of the durable material that covers your awning. It’s also what gives you your color choices when it comes to fabrics. The fabric can be made from cotton, nylon, or polyester and come in a variety of colors
The motor is the heart of any power awning system. This is what makes it go up and down, and if you have a problem with it, then your entire system will be affected.
You will need to wire your awning motor and lights, as well as the switch, control panel, and controls. If you have an electric shore power system (ESP), it will be necessary to hook up wires to the ESP.
Power Awning Motor and Main Gear Assembly
The power awning motor and main gear assembly are for use with Dometic 9100 power awnings. It includes the motor, main gear, and mounting hardware.
Power Awning Hardware
You will need to replace the hardware if you want to move your awning. There are several different types of hardware that come with your Dometic 9100 Power Awning and they all have different shapes, sizes, and finishes.
There are also different types of nuts & bolts available for each type of installation so make sure you get the right size as well as material for your needs!
Dometic 9100 Power Awnings are equipped with a heavy-duty, commercial-grade mechanical gear drive system that provides the strength and durability you need.
The drive system consists of an aluminum housing and steel gears that rotate in unison to move your awning up and down. This allows you to raise or lower your Dometic 9100 Power Awning quickly without using tools or having to manually crank anything like other models do.
Awning rafters are the metal crossbars that hold the fabric taut. They usually have two or four bars and are made of aluminum or stainless steel. These pieces can be secured to your awning with screws, which may be included in their package or you might need to purchase them separately depending on the model you have.
A gear drive is used to transfer power from the motor to the awning arms. They are made of plastic and metal, and they are connected to the motor with a single bolt.
The gear drives can be found on both sides of your power awning: one in front, which connects to the arm that controls wind speed; another at the back of your van, which controls direction (reverse or forward). The different positions give you two different types of control over how much wind is coming into your vehicle when driving through high winds!
It’s clear that there are a lot of options available when it comes to replacing your Dometic 9100 power awning parts. It is important that you know what they are and how they work before you get started, so make sure that you understand the steps listed above.
If after reading through all the information above, still have questions about some aspect of the process then feel free to contact us directly at any time with more specific inquiries!