Jayco, Inc. (Jayco) is recalling its 2016 Eagle Half Ton fifth wheels and Eagle travel trailers because the battery positive cable may short

Jayco, Inc. (Jayco) is recalling certain model year 2016 Eagle Half Ton fifth wheels and Eagle travel trailers manufactured April 8, 2015, to February 19, 2016. In the affected trailers, the positive cable (B+) connecting the battery box to the roof-mounted solar panel preparation package may not be protected by a circuit breaker.
Without circuit protection, the wire may short circuit, increasing the risk of a fire.
Jayco will notify owners, and dealers will tie the unprotected circuit into a 30amp circuit breaker, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin in March 2016. Owners may contact Jayco customer service at 1-800-283-8267. Jayco's number for this recall is 9901286.


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