Jpberks, the roof catching on the roll hoops and dislodging one or both plastic trims seems to be a common problem.
It happened to me a couple of years ago. The dealer just replaced the trim (under warranty) though I didn't think there was much wrong with the 'damaged' original - I've still got it. Apparently there's hardly any tolerance built in to these roofs
Try gluing it in place. I'd just live with it. If the roof takes off the trim it'll just deposit it in the bowels of the roof storage area. It's easily retrievable if you put the roof half up - just fish it out. It'll probably be a little pitted in places but perfectly serviceable. Just glue it back on
If that's the only problem you've got with the roof you're lucky!
I've just missed out on using my roof on what has been a glorious weekend of weather
The thing refused to open at all, despite trying it about 20 times. Bloody thing
This morning was grey, no sun, but I thought I'd just give the roof a try, and lo and behold, the thing opened and closed without incident
I honestly believe it has a mind of its own.
I'm sure the next time it's sunny and I want to use it it'll refuse.
I too cannot afford to just keep throwing money at it.
I'm going to start asking around and see if I can find a local indie who knows about this contraption.
The main dealers may as well be running a circus for what use they are.