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Gulf Stream Coach, Inc., is recalling certain travel trailers which could leak carbon monoxide or liquid petroleum into the living quarters, increasing the risk of injury or death to the trailer’s occupants.
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If you or a loved one was injured, you should contact our law firm immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a Gulf Stream Travel Trailer Lawsuit and we can help. Please click the button below for a Free Confidential Case Evaluation or call us toll-free 24 hrs/day by dialing (866) 588-0600.

What's the Problem?

This recall affects Gulf Stream Enlighten 25BH and 248BH travel trailers from model year 2020, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The lower front trim strip may be missing from the refrigerator on affected travel trailers, NHTSA said. The front strip is required to make the refrigerator cabinet seal complete and provides isolation of the combustion system from the travel trailer interior. Without the front trim strip, carbon monoxide or flammable unburned liquid petroleum gases may migrate into the living quarters of the travel trailer, increasing the risk of fire or carbon monoxide poisoning causing occupant injury.

Gulf Stream is notifying owners and dealers will inspect the trailers and verify that the seal at the bottom of the refrigerator cabinet is installed properly, free of charge.

This recall began on September 23, 2020.

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Zanger vs. Gulf Stream Coach

In July 2005, a lawsuit was filed against Gulf Stream Coach, Inc., by Plaintiff Cory Zanger, who purchased a new 2004 Gulf Stream Endura recreational vehicle from General RV.

After taking possession of the RV, Zanger experienced various problems with both the chassis and the coach of the vehicle. He took the RV in for repairs, and the vehicle was unavailable for a non-consecutive period of 180 days, according to the lawsuit.

Zanger further alleges that Gulf Stream Coach was offered numerous attempts to rectify the situation, but failed to do so. The plaintiff was not satisfied with the repairs that were made and notified the company that he wanted them to buy back the vehicle. Defendants refused to buy back the vehicle, resulting in the lawsuit.

The complaint was based on the alleged breaches of warranty, contract, and violations of state and federal statutes.

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