The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled ECR International’s hot water boilers due to a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The recall was posted on July 13, 2023.
Why were the boilers recalled?
According to the CPSC, the recalled residential boilers could be missing the flue inspection cover plate. Flue gas is the emitted material produced when fossil fuels such as natural gas may contain pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, mercury, and carbon dioxide. Without the flue inspection cover plate, consumers can be exposed to combustion flue gases and get carbon monoxide poisoning.
Approximately 1,745 units were recalled.
Which models were included in the boiler recall?
The brand names involved in the recall are Dunkirk, Utica Boilers, Utica Heating, Pennco, Green Mountain and Columbia, and consist of the following model and serial numbers.
- 392201652s through 402202738s
- 012302567s and 012302571s
- 402200481s through 402202693s
- 012302268s through 012302566s
- 402201449s through 402202214s
- 392201654s through 402202800s
- 012302274s through 012303099s
- 392202597s through 402202806s
- 012301918s through 012303055s
- 392201653s through 402202686s
- 012301924s through 012301961s
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using the recalled boilers.
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