Cruiser RV is recalling is 2016 Stryker Toy and Stryker Toy Haulers for an opening slide floor that may expose owners to fumes.

Cruiser RV (Cruiser) is recalling certain model year 2016 Stryker Toy and Stryker Toy Hauler trailers manufactured July 21, 2014, to January 9, 2015, and equipped with an optional slide floor. In the affected trailers, the slide floor can be flipped up to access the storage space underneath. If the floor is flipped up while the trailer is stationary, the trailer occupants may be exposed to exhaust fumes from the generator or fumes from the exterior fueling station.
If the optional slide floor is opened and the occupants are exposed to fumes, there is an increased risk of injury.
Cruiser will notify owners, and dealers will secure the slide floor so that it cannot be opened, completely sealing it from the occupant space, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 16, 2015. Owners may contact Cruiser customer service at 1-866-277-5630.

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