Lochinvar Condensing Boilers Recall Lawsuit

Lochinvar condensing boilers have been recalled due to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The lawyers at Johnson//Becker, PLLC are currently accepting new boiler lawsuits. Learn more below.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Lochinvar, A.O. Smith, and State Industries’ condensing residential boilers due to a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The recall was posted on Nov. 2, 2023.

According to the CPSC, the boiler’s flue collector can crack upon impact, allowing carbon monoxide gases to escape from the boiler’s burner chamber.

Lochinvar has received nine reports of broken flue collectors.

Carbon monoxide poisoning is a serious condition. Anyone exposed to carbon monoxide must be taken into fresh air and seek medical care immediately.

Approximately 17,370 units were recalled, with an additional 782 units sold in Canada.

What boiler models are recalled?

The recall includes models sold by Lochinvar, A.O. Smith, and State Industries. Recalled models were sold from August 2021 through August 2023 and have serial numbers ranging from 125325485 to 134830284.

Model and serial numbers are on the data plate on the boiler’s rating plate, which may be located inside or outside the boiler.

The recall includes the following model numbers for each brand.

Lochinvar Brand

  • NCF110LLochinvar residential boiler
  • NCF110N
  • NCF150L
  • NCF150N
  • NCF199L
  • NCF199N
  • NKB080L
  • NKB080N
  • NKB110L
  • NKB110N
  • NKB150L
  • NKB150N
  • NKB199L
  • NKB199N
  • NKC110L
  • NKC110N
  • NKC150L
  • NKC150N
  • NKC199L
  • NKC199N

A.O. Smith Brand

  • ACB 110H-N
  • ACB 110H-P
  • ACB 110S-N
  • ACB 110S-P
  • ACB 150H-N
  • ACB 150H-P
  • ACB 150S-N
  • ACB 150S-P
  • ACB 199H-N
  • ACB 199H-P
  • ACB 199S-N
  • ACB 199S-P

State Industries Brand

  • SCB 110H-N
  • SCB 110H-P
  • SCB 110S-N
  • SCB 110S-P
  • SCB 150H-N
  • SCB 150H-P
  • SCB 150S-N
  • SCB 150S-P
  • SCB 199H-N
  • SCB 199H-P
  • SCB 199S-N
  • SCB 199S-P

The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled boilers immediately and have carbon monoxide detectors working outside of sleeping areas and on each floor of their homes.

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