Jayco Flight Bungalow Recall, Jay Flight Destination Recall, Jay flight Recall, Eagle Recall Eagle Premier Recall, Fire Danger

Report Receipt Date: MAR 01, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V070000 
Potential Number of Units Affected: 66

Manufacturer: Jayco, Inc.
Jayco Flight Travel Trailer Recall, Electrical Short, Fire Risk
Jayco is recalling certain model year 2013 Jay Flight Bungalow, Jay Flight Destination, Jay Flight and Eagle travel trailers; and model year 2013 Eagle and Eagle Premier Fifth-Wheels. The vehicles were manufactured January 24, 2013, through February 27, 2013 and equipped with a power converter supplied by Progressive Dynamics, Inc. The affected power converters, used in recreational vehicles to supply A/C power, have internal components that may short circuit.
An electrical short may lead to a vehicle fire.

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