The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Daikin Comfort Technologies’ Amana Packaged Terminal air conditioners and heat pumps due to fire and burn hazards. The recall was issued on Aug. 3, 2023.
According to the CPSC, the module compressor inside the air conditioners and heat pumps can overheat and pose burn and fire hazards.
Daikin Comfort Technologies received 52 incident reports with the module compressor. Ten of these reports resulted in fires.
Approximately 62,100 units were recalled, with an additional 302 in Canada.
What models of air conditioner and heat pump are recalled?
The Aug. 3 recall includes Amana-branded air conditioners and heat pumps. These were assembled with “DigiAir” modules, which are factory-installed make-up air systems.
The recalled products have a model number that begins with PMH or PMC. Model numbers are located on the label below the control board.
The CPSC advises consumers to disable the recalled air conditioner and heat pumps.
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