Winnebago is Recalling Certain RV's Due to LP Supply Line May Get Damaged and Leak Gas

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V682000
Manufacturer Winnebago Towable
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 1,034
Winnebago Towable (Winnebago) is recalling certain 2017-2019 Winnebago Minnie Drop recreational trailers. The liquid propane (LP) gas supply line may be missing p-clamps, allowing the supply line to contact the burner assembly on the refrigerator.
Winnebago will notify owners, and dealers will inspect the LP supply line for melting, replacing and securing the line as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin November 5, 2018. Owners may contact Winnebago customer service at 1-574-825-5280, extension 5220.

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