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I bought an aluminum awning model # 88-1379-6 and when i went to put it up there was no brackets to attach it to the wall. How can i purchase the brackets or where can i buy them?? it is a 12 x 10

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  • Jo-Ann Rhoden
    Jo-Ann Rhoden May 02, 2017

    there's no rail or instructions!!! is there anywhere i can get these?

  • Paul Katynski
    Paul Katynski May 02, 2017

    Obviously you purchased it used. They all pretty much assemble very easily. Is there a manufacturer anywhere stamped or a decal of any kind?

  • Jo-Ann Rhoden
    Jo-Ann Rhoden May 02, 2017

    i bought from Winners and it was'nt used.

  • Paul Katynski
    Paul Katynski May 02, 2017

    http://members.gvasl.com/Pages/FAQs/csm/... You can try here for parts. Hope this helps you.

  • Jo-Ann Rhoden
    Jo-Ann Rhoden May 02, 2017

    TY!!

  • Paul Katynski
    Paul Katynski May 02, 2017

    you are so welcome, good luck!!

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Actually it should have had an entire rail that screws onto the fascia board and then the awning would screw to that.

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