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Old 05-12-2009, 09:06 AM   #1
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Does anyone have the instructions on the "Original Add-A-Room"?
I found the "Original" one NEW from 1978 with no instructions. I don't have it yet, but I will in a couple weeks. Please let me know. It is'nt a "Flat" style awning. It has a pitch to it like a roof on a house.

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Old 05-12-2009, 05:45 PM   #2
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Calling on all Trillium Owners only,
Does anyone have the instructions on the "Original Add-A-Room"?
I found the "Original" one NEW from 1978 with no instructions. I don't have it yet, but I will in a couple weeks. Please let me know. It is'nt a "Flat" style awning. It has a pitch to it like a roof on a house.

Thanks,

Dave
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My son - in-law has a add a room on his Jayco popup. I think the instructions may go like this.
Put up awning( with some swearing) connect add a room walls. ( with lots of swearing and maybe a Manhatten or two) Job complete, enjoy add a room for two days then take it down ( with some swearing) and store it someplace.

I just got a screen room from Walmart to set beside the trailer. ( only minimal swearing involved and Manhatten afterwords)

Camping is great isn't it?
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Old 05-12-2009, 07:50 PM   #3
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My son - in-law has a add a room on his Jayco popup. I think the instructions may go like this.
Put up awning( with some swearing) connect add a room walls. ( with lots of swearing and maybe a Manhatten or two) Job complete, enjoy add a room for two days then take it down ( with some swearing) and store it someplace.

I just got a screen room from Walmart to set beside the trailer. ( only minimal swearing involved and Manhatten afterwords)

Camping is great isn't it?
Hi: I'd like to know what brand name/model # screen room you bought from Walmart and if there are any pictures on the packaging, please. Thanks,-Mary Lynn K.
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Old 05-12-2009, 09:15 PM   #4
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Does anyone have the instructions on the "Original Add-A-Room"?
I found the "Original" one NEW from 1978 with no instructions. I don't have it yet, but I will in a couple weeks. Please let me know. It is'nt a "Flat" style awning. It has a pitch to it like a roof on a house.
Hi Dave,

I have an original canvas awning with the screened sides. Is that what you're looking for? Mine has a rope-type edge that just slides into the C-shaped rail above the door side of the trailer, and the other two corners are held up by extensible poles and guy lines. Then you just attach the walls to the awning and peg them down. It's pretty straightforward, so I doubt it even came with instructions. But then again, maybe you're talking about something completely different?
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