Winnebago Aspect Recall, Fire Danger

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Manufacturer: Winnebago Industries Inc.Report Receipt Date: DEC 10, 2012
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12V575000NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected: 1
  Winnebago is recalling one model year 2008 Aspect motorhome manufactured on September 12, 2007. The motorhome is equipped with a Ricon manufactured wheelchair lift which has an optional armored pendant cable. The cable may have been installed such that it doesn't clear the wheelchair lift and without a protective cover, or a misinstalled protective cover.
  The cable may contact the power lug at the base of the wheel chair lift causing a short circuit that could result in a fire.
Winnebago Recalls Aspect Rv Model, Fire Danger
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