Dutchmen recalls 2012 Voltage Travel Trailers for fuel line defect danger

Do you own one of these potential lemon 2012 Voltage Travel Trailers from Dutchmen Manufacturing, a Thor company?

2012 Voltage Travel Trailer

Dutchmen is recalling 550 model year 2012 Voltage Travel Trailers manufactured from Jan. 3, 2011 through July 8, 2011, which may have fuel supply and fuel return hoses that contain a splice in the fuel line.

Lines that contain a splice may leak fuel, which could result in a potential fire.That can be a deadly defect.

Dealers will inspect the fuel lines between the fuel tank and the generator. If a splice is found, the fuel lines will be replace.

If you've got a lemon Dutchmen travel trailer, and your dealer isn't fixing it right, call us on our toll free line, 1.888.331.6422, or email us right now by clicking here. Getting rid of lemon Rv's and lemon travel trailers is what we have been doing for more than 25 years. And making the manufacturer pay our legal fees too? Well, that's only fair.

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