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Vactor Recalls 115 Sewer Cleaner Trucks

October 07, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. --- Vactor Manufacturing is recalling 115 Vactor 2100 and Vactor Jetter sewer cleaner trucks. 

The recalled vehicles were either supplied with or refitted with defective hose fittings that could fail under heavy operating conditions, the NHTSA said. 

If the fittings fail, there is an increased risk of injury or property damage. 

Vactor will notify vehicle owners and repair the trucks free of charge. Vactor can be reached at (877) 342-5374.

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