Newmar Bay Star Sport Recall, Newmar Ventana Recall, Newmar Dutch Star Recall, Awning Danger

Newmar Recalls Bay Star and other Rv's
for Awning Furl Out Danger
Report Receipt Date: MAY 01, 2013 
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V169000 
Component(s): EQUIPMENT 
Potential Number of Units Affected: 111 

Manufacturer: Newmar Corporation
Newmar Corporation is recalling certain model year 2013 Bay Star Sport, Ventana and Ventana LE and model year 2013-2014 Bay Star, Canyon Star and Dutch Star motorhomes. If the awning installation sequence was not completely followed, the awning motor may unknowingly become damaged.
If motor damage occurs, it is possible that the awning can unfurl unexpectedly, either while the motorhome is at rest or while in transit, increasing the risk of personal injury or a vehicle crash.

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