Starcraft is recalling its Launch Ultra Lite Travel Trailers for the Happy Jack Bed which Can Break and Fall.

Starcraft RV (Starcraft) is recalling certain model year 2014-2016 Launch Ultra Lite travel trailers, model 28BHS JU, manufactured from October 31, 2013, through October 1, 2015. The affected trailers are equipped with a Happy Jack bed that will try to lift up too far, damaging the bed's brackets and motor.
Damage to the bed's brackets and motor may cause the bed to break and possibly fall onto anyone that may be under it, increasing their risk of injury.
Starcraft will notify owners, and dealers will reposition the bed's brackets so that it will not lift up too far, free of charge. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact Starcraft customer service at 1-800-945-4787. Starcraft's recall campaign number is 9902267.


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