Airstream Recalls Recreational Vehicles at Risk of Fire, Explosion
Airstream, Inc. is recalling 2013-2014 Airstream Interstate recreational vehicles that were manufactured from August 2012 through October 2013.
In the affected vehicles, the installation of the propane tank and the regulator may damage the regulator, allowing propane to escape out of the safety release vent if it experiences an over pressurized condition.
If the RV is parked in an enclosed storage area, in the presence of an ignition source, the escaping propane can collect and potentially cause a fire and/or explosion to occur.
Airstream will notify the owners of all recalled vehicles, and Airstream dealers will replace the regulator on the propane tank, free of charge.
For additional information on this recall, contact the Airstream Warranty/Service Department by phone at 937-596-6111.
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