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Old 09-16-2021, 08:37 AM   #1
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Default Dometic Awning- 2007 Tour Master

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Quick, easy question, I hope. I found the manual for my WeatherPro power awning. It references a Control Box which should be mounted in a cabinet near the door. I've searched all the cabinets and not found the little bugger.

Any ideas where I should be looking?

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Old 09-16-2021, 09:18 AM   #2
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I have a 2008 TM t40c and mine is located in the forward basement bay near the entry door in the top right corner.
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Old 09-16-2021, 09:19 AM   #3
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Thanks,

I'll take another look.

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Old 09-16-2021, 10:31 AM   #4
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My 2007 Tour Master also had the awning control box on the rear wall of the front curbside bay where the freezer slide is located. It is rather high up on the wall to not get bumped by articles in the bay, so you may need to stoop down a bit to spy it...


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It will likely look like this tucked in about as far up as possible...
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Old 09-26-2021, 12:25 PM   #7
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Thanks, everyone.

And because I love to share... here's the manual for anyone else who may be looking for it.

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I have the same model and year and the control is mounted in the cabinet just aft of the wheel on the top right of the back wall. Mine has been bypassed to make the awning work.
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Speaking of which, tree took out my wind sensor Up on the roof for that same system. Does anyone know if the new Dometic Weather Pro wind sensors they sell are a compatible replacement with the wiring up there?
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This is the replacement sensor I put on my coach in Dec of 2018.
https://www.dyersonline.com/dometic-...sor-w-pro.html
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I'm back!

Quick, easy question, I hope. I found the manual for my WeatherPro power awning. It references a Control Box which should be mounted in a cabinet near the door. I've searched all the cabinets and not found the little bugger.

Any ideas where I should be looking?

Thanks,

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Glad you found the manual and control box. Our awning is stuck in closed position with a likely dead motor. Have you figured out how to open it manually in order to get to the motor to replace it? TIA
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A dead wind sensor will also prevent the awning from opening. I recall that there is a way to override the opening lockout that involved the remote control but I don't remember exactly how.
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This is the replacement sensor I put on my coach in Dec of 2018.
https://www.dyersonline.com/dometic-...sor-w-pro.html
Thanks Scott. This one is good to go on my awning but it's the other one on the roof that is out. Thanks though! ~ Phil
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Old 10-16-2021, 07:19 PM   #14
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So, I found the control box right where everyone described it. For some reason, I was thinking of an inside cabinet, not a basement cabinet. It does not have the wind speed setting/LED's described in the Owners Manual. (Picture attached)

Also, I've not found a wind sensor anywhere. Is it integral to the awning or roof-mounted?

Sorry, Abbcarlin... I can't help you with that one. I have power and a working motor. I needed help holding the retract button while I helped turn the tube.

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Also, I've not found a wind sensor anywhere. Is it integral to the awning or roof-mounted?
There are two or at least that's the case with mine. The chrome piece attached to the front end of the awning that has a bell shape. Also, there should be one up on your roof which is a vertical cylinder shape with 4 prongs/wires on top that attach to a cap. Presumably, this type of sensor uses the wires for wind speed. If I find an image (mine is broken), I post it.
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If I find an image (mine is broken), I post it.
Here is the manual that has pictures of the sensors!
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