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Old 04-22-2020, 02:46 PM   #1
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Has any one seen the manual version of The Dometic 9500

Has any one seen the manual version of The Dometic 9500E




I never seen one but domestic says on there web site its available



https://www.dometic.com/en-us/us/pro...specifications
they say Available in 12-volt power or easy manual crank-out operation


that got me doing a search and i found this video that mentions there is a manual version

But i cant seem to find anyplace that sell them. I starting to think there website is wrong .
Any one ever see one? wow this might make a great option for escape to offer.

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Old 04-22-2020, 03:45 PM   #2
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No, but a quick search led me to this:
https://pantherrvproducts.com/dometi...op-8-ft-white/

May not be the exact one that would fit Escapes but I agree. One like this could be a good alternative for a manual one. -Bea
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For some reason I thought Escape offered a manual box awning for awhile, but discontinued it.
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Is this it? (Albeit short for a 19 which needs a 12’ width. This 10’ width would be appropriate for a 17)
https://www.campervan-hq.com/product...14519630200884

Drop the “E” off 9500E for the manual version search.

The manual awning that Jim is referring to that Escape was offering for a short while when the newer molds were just introduced was a Carefree Freedom WM. They were never available on the 5.0 and they were quickly nixed on the 21. I only saw pictures of a few on 17’s. The issue was the crank was placed such that the recessed position was causing some interference with the shell when operating. They are really meant to be mounted on a flat surface, not in a deep recess.
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Thanks Dave.....for the additional follow up info.
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Is this it? (Albeit short for a 19 which needs a 12’ width. This 10’ width would be appropriate for a 17)
https://www.campervan-hq.com/product...14519630200884

Drop the “E” off 9500E for the manual version search.

The manual awning that Jim is referring to that Escape was offering for a short while when the newer molds were just introduced was a Carefree Freedom WM. They were never available on the 5.0 and they were quickly nixed on the 21. I only saw pictures of a few on 17’s. The issue was the crank was placed such that the recessed position was causing some interference with the shell when operating. They are really meant to be mounted on a flat surface, not in a deep recess.

Thanks that clears things up.
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