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I have stupidly lost the instructions.  Can anyone help with the pressure required in the air tubes?  thank you

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Is there anything on this page that may help?

https://www.questleisure.com/info/downloads/manual-downloads

 

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Ascot Air Porch Awning

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can you  contact the makers?    It's better to under inflate than over.

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Thank you.  No manual unfortunately. I have emailed the makers but no response so far.  Have also emailed the supplier.  Was hoping someone else may have one.

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A quick look  at the link Gordon provided would suggest that the inflator may have  a pressure relive valve built in?

 

If not, pressure is looking like being app 7 psi BUT in all my years of blowing up air beds etc it has always been done by how it looked and how it felt and have never seen any way to check the pressure other than a simple 'hit or miss' gauge.

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1 hour ago, Allan Guest said:

in all my years of blowing up air beds etc it has always been done by how it looked and how it felt

I used to do the same with our inflatable tents. Admittedly the tube size is greater for the awnings but the same principle applies. Our old Igloo tent had rubber tubes about two and a half inches diameter, while the Pero Dome  uses a plastic/silicone tube inside a polyester material outer but in both cases we just pump them until the canvas outer is supported - I'm guessing the pressure for the tubes is around 10 to 15psi.

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Thank you.  I will follow my best guess without pumping too hard!!

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