So what exactly is it that I look for in this picture to know if this service has been completed?
I just bought this trailer and I would like to find out before I schedule an appt. with a service center if this has been done.
If you have the sheet metal that is indicated in the pictures with the captions which includes the wrap around the back, the tray on the bottom, and the shield in the front, then the recall has been performed. If all the sheet metal is missing then it has not been performed and you should schedule the appointment to get it done. There should be no cost to you except fuel to get your trailer to the dealer.
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Yes-when you open lower exterior access/vent panle you should be greeted with large piece of flat sheet metal in front of burner & flue (shown in second pic) if recall performed.
If the burner and flue exposed (like 1st pic) probably hasnt been done (or someones removed front containment panle).
Looking behind it you should be able to see at least the added thermal button on flue (large round pipe). If your not clear whether or not recall performed by looking at it I would swing by and let serviceman look at it. I would think most any service place would at least look at it to identify, take all of 5 minuets to inspect.
Im surprised falconman515 that your refer is on the list as its a '96. Good catch.