Looks like a Fiamma F45. Aside from Fiamma, gowesty.com carries parts and for me faster shipping at lower price.
you should have a crank which fits in a loop at the front end, turning counter clockwise the awning will start to come out. a 2nd person to support it as it comes out is handy.
once it is somewhat clear of the van there are articulating legs hinged at each end clipped into the outter frame, pull these out and extend to ground ( some of these need to be collapsed slightly to release from the stow clip).
The legs can go to the ground or clip into the van ( where you will walk into them)
there should be a horizontal brace for the middle of the awning stowed somewhere in your van
wind is your enemy, crank it in it the breeze comes up or when leaving the van.
my Pal lost his awning 2nd trip, walking to van saw a dust devil grab the awning tear it off ( holing his roof) and damaged another camper, busted a window, dents.
when cranking it in, the 2 red plastic clips lock it into position
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