Lance Camper Manufacturing is recalling 2015 Slide in Campers and Travel Trailers due to awning mounting brackets may crack.

Lance Camper Manufacturing Corp. (Lance) is recalling certain model year 2015 Slide-In Campers and Travel Trailers manufactured August 1, 2014, to October 27, 2014, and equipped with certain Latitude awnings manufactured by Carefree of Colorado. The mounting brackets of the affected awnings may crack, and the awnings may fall.
If an awning falls, there is an increased risk of injury to anyone under the awning.
Lance will notify owners, and dealers will remove and replace all the mounting brackets, free of charge. The began November 26, 2014. Owners may contact Lance customer service at 1-661-949-3322.

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