Keystone Is Recalling Certain RVs Due to Missing Egress Window

NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V118000
Manufacturer Keystone RV Company
Components STRUCTURE
Potential Number of Units Affected 27
Keystone RV Company (Keystone) is recalling certain 2020 Bullet 34RI trailers equipped with overhead cabinets across the rear wall. The trailers may be missing an egress window in the main living area, preventing passenger exit in the event of an emergency.
Keystone will notify owners, and dealers will replace the existing crank open vent window with an egress window, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin April 21, 2020. Owners may contact Keystone customer service at 1-866-425-4369.
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