2010 Coleman Niagara Screen room install

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  1. Jason Hanline

    Jason Hanline New Member

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    F239740C-AA93-487C-B62A-83695DD6A125.jpeg 6CA286B1-E81B-4B8F-93DC-85B980C266CB.jpeg I need some help getting this screen room installed. The initial setup is pretty obvious using the awning poles and a bit ov Velcro, but when it get to the camper itself I hav no idea how to connect the elastic loops since there are no apparent anchor points. Also, am I supposed to add Velcro directly to the canvas? Doesn’t seem right. Can’t find anything online about this particular model. Any advice and/or help would be greatly appreciated.
     

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    friartuck Well-Known Member

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    You don't have all the parts, either installed or at all. There are (or should be) two Velcro and zipper pieces that zip into the fabric between the bunkends and the main body of the canvas. Unzip the bunkend and zip this piece in between, that give you the attachment point for the sides. The bungee cord is held on by lash hooks, like the ones under the bunkend for the canvas, that screw into the top and underside of the camper body. Then there is a piece that zips onto the bottom edge of the screen room and attaches with Velcro to the edge of the frame, under the body panel, that covers the frame and wheels to keep bugs from getting in that way. There is a manual in screen room setup in the User Manual section at the top of the home page.
    Good luck! And Welcome aboard!
     
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    Jason Hanline New Member

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    Thanks! Good info. Now I just need to figure out if I can buy the missing pieces!
     
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    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    We also had a Coleman screen room ..... a pain in the butt and the skirting on the body a joke.
    Just my 2 cents but I wouldn't spend a lot of money to use this screen room. A stand alone is so much easier.
     
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    16AC19C6-C223-4D83-B7EC-F04EB05B78F3.jpeg 6514ABE2-67E1-42D9-A6EB-098C7F14FFC5.jpeg FCF57D46-A6B5-4DCA-8039-13B940EB9597.jpeg CF164881-E2F2-4685-BA04-B4DF0621568F.jpeg 727F8952-DAF2-42E0-8574-3FA1607CB964.jpeg F9847054-4131-4C59-890A-603393607799.jpeg 6B26BA2C-D076-4ADA-86B6-F5950642B699.jpeg 96094BCF-1252-48AB-A77B-7E7DEF95D2F1.jpeg Took a bit of intuitive improvisation, but we got it to work!
    Next project is rigging some side walls for a bit more shade and privacy.
     
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    bheff Well-Known Member

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    I say the same thing about the awnings.
     

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