Forest River is Recalling Certain 2018 Georgetown RV's Due to Wiring Gauge Insufficient for Amp Draw

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V080000
Manufacturer Forest River, Inc.
Potential Number of Units Affected 5
Forest River, Inc. (Forest River) is recalling certain 2018 Georgetown recreational vehicles, models GTA36D7 and GTA34P7. These vehicles have 18 gauge wires connected to a 30 amp circuit breaker.
Forest River will notify owners, and dealers will connect the 18 gauge wiring to an additional circuit breaker that will be installed, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 28, 2018. Owners may contact Forest River customer service at 1-574-206-7600. Forest River's number for this recall is 68-0623.

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