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Old 01-11-2021, 12:08 AM   #1
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NHTSA Recall 20E071 Dometic Stoves

Wife noticed a gas smell from the cooktop on out 2019 Jayflight 32RLOK. We were camping in VA for a month (October). Not near any Jayco Dealer. So just shut the gas off after cooking. When we returned home to DE. put the camper in the shop at a local Dealer around 12/1/2020(Not a Jayco dealer). They informed us of the recall on approx. 47,000 stoves. No repair kits are available as of this writing. Several calls to Dometic reply was parts had just been made available and would ship asap. Never arrived at the dealer. Solution is to cap off the gas supply to the stove/oven.
In Correspondence with Dometic I asked why I had never been informed of this recall. Dometic rep said it was Jayco's responsibility to notify.
Has anyone received a notification about this issue?

Here is a link to the recall
https://static.oemdtc.com/Recall/20E...0E071-5848.pdf
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In Correspondence with Dometic I asked why I had never been informed of this recall. Dometic rep said it was Jayco's responsibility to notify.
Has anyone received a notification about this issue?
Did you or your dealer send in the warranty registration card for the stove? It would be DOMETIC's responsibility not JAYCO's since those stoves are in multiple brands and models from every manufacturer.
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I don't think Jayco is real good on recalls of items installed in their rigs. There was a recall for my rig for LED ceiling lights that I stumbled onto. These lights would tend to overheat and possibly become a fire hazard. Why would Jayco bother to inform me of this?
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