Massive Dometic Rv Refrigerator Recalls

Dometic makes thousands of refrigerators that most motorhome manufacturers use in their Rv's. Now they're recalling thousands of them.

The 2 door refrigerator made by the Dometic Corporation is reported to have a defect in the "boiler tube." Pressurized coolant solution there can be released into an area of the unit where an ignition source exists, they say. Plain English? There's a gas flame there and is the solution leaks, then fire can erupt. That's not good in any vehicle and it can be deadly in an Rv.

Thousands of motorhomes are equipped with the Dometic 2-door fridge and if your's is one of them, call your nearest dealer right away and find out if your motorhome is on the recall list.

This is a deadly defect so don't take a chance. If you've got a lemon and you can't get your dealer or the builder to take care of you, then call 1-888-331-6422 Toll Free or email us right now. Squashing lemon Rv's is what we do. Everyday.

Burdge Law Office
Because life is too short to put up with a bad Rv.

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