Keystone Recalls Fuzion

Keystone RV is recalling 247 Fuzion fifth wheel travel trailers.

The propane hose for the slide room is too long allowing the hose to hang down too close to the tire. The propane line may become damaged as a result of contact with the tire. A propane leak, in the presence of an ignition source, could result in a fire and/or explosion causing property damage and/or personal injury.

Dealers will replace the propane hose with one of shorter length and will also shorten the hose support to move the hose away from the tire. The recall is expected to begin during February 2008. 08V-037.

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