WInnebago is recalling several of its RV's, Travel Trailers, and Fifth Wheels for a possible jam of the deadbolt.

Winnebago of Indiana, LLC (Winnebago) is recalling certain model year 2011-2014 Sunnybrook Bristol Bay, Brookside, Edgewater, Harmony, Raven, Remington, Sunset Creek, and Titan, model year 2012-2013 Winnebago Lite Five and ONE, and model year 2013-2014 Winnebago Ultralite and Minnie trailers and fifth wheels, equipped with Fastec-brand door locks. It may be possible to remove the key from the lock in a way that potentially jams the deadbolt.
If the deadbolt jams, the interior side of the door lock may also jam. A person inside the travel trailer at the time will then be locked in and be unable to exit the vehicle without using the emergency exit, increasing the risk of injury.

2014 Winnebago Sunnybrook Bristol Bay

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