Highland Ridge RV is recalling 2017 Open Range, Mesa Ridge and Roamer fifth wheels for gas that may enter the cabin.

Highland Ridge RV (Highland) is recalling certain 2017 Open Range, Mesa Ridge and Roamer fifth wheels and travel trailers. These vehicles are equipped with an outside range that can be stored with the gas valve left open, allowing gas to enter and buildup within the vehicle.
Highland Ridge will notify owners and dealers will install a larger gas valve handle, inspect that the drawer guide rail is in its proper location, repairing it as required, and place a warning label on the range stating the gas valve must be turned off prior to storing the range in the unit. The recall began on March 8, 2017. Owners may contact Highland customer service at 1-260-768-7771. Highland's number for this recall is 9904341.

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