Grand Design is Recalling Certain RV's Due to Incorrectly Installed 50 amp Breaker May Overheat

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V729000
Manufacturer Grand Design RV, LLC
Potential Number of Units Affected 92
Grand Design RV, LLC (Grand Design) is recalling certain 2019 Grand Design Reflection travel trailers, models 285BHTS, 287RLTS and 297RSTS. The wires to the 50 amp mini-breaker may be installed incorrectly, leaving the circuit unprotected.
Grand Design will notify owners, and dealers will inspect the 50 amp mini-breaker to make sure that it is wired correctly, re-wiring it as necessary, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin November 12, 2018. Owners may contact Grand Design customer service at 1-574-825-9679. Grand Design's number for this recall is 910016.

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