Certain models of Vitodens 200-W and Vitodens 222-F boilers recalled due to carbon monoxide hazard
Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC) and Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc. have issued a joint recall for certain models of Vitodens 200-W and Vitodens 222-F boilers due to a carbon monoxide hazard. These boiler models are used for space or domestic water heating. The product name and model number can be found on the left side of the boiler cover. The serial number can be found on the underside of the boiler.
The following products are affected:
|Product Number||Model||Part Number||Serial Numbers (Affected Range)|
|Vitodens 200-W||B2HB 19||7538092||7538092401003107 to 7538092701038106|
|B2HB 26||7538093||7538093401002107 to 7538093701177109|
|B2HB 35||7538094||7538094401003101 to 7538094701446103|
|Vitodens 222-F||B2TB 19||7542250||7542250401001100 to 7542250401210106|
|B2TB 35||7542251||7542251401001107 to 7542251701257105|
Boilers which have a yellow sticker applied to the boiler rating plate located on the left side of the boiler cover have already undergone a heat exchanger replacement and are not subject to this recall.
Consumers with recalled boilers are advised to contact the installer or the wholesaler/distributor from whom they purchased the boiler or Viessmann Manufacturing immediately in order to schedule a free boiler safety inspection.
For more information, please view the Health Canada alert. Source: https://www.technicalsafetybc.ca/news/certain-models-vitodens-200-w-and-vitodens-222-f-boilers-recalled-due-carbon-monoxide-hazard
Miles Industries Ltd. recalls H5 Series Fireplaces
Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, and Miles Industries Ltd. have issued a joint recall of H5 Series Fireplaces.
This recall involves natural gas and propane H5 Series Fireplace models 1100 and 1150 installed with certain 3 and 4-sided fireplace trim (model numbers 1135, 1140, 1145, 1149 or 1184).
TFT SAFETY RECALL
Natural gas appliances have open flames connected to powerful fuel supplies.
While properly installed and maintained appliances seldom present a danger, regular inspection and maintenance ensures your family’s safety and efficient operation.
What to do if you smell gas
Natural gas is odorless, but a small amount of scent is added to make it easily detectable. If you smell rotten eggs, hear gas hissing or know you have damaged a gas pipe:
- Stop what you’re doing.
- Get all family members out of the house.
- DO NOT use cell phones, light switches, matches, cigarettes or create any other source of ignition.
- As you leave the house, leave the door open.
- Get everyone far from the building until the emergency is contained.
- Call 911 or the natural gas emergency line for your area with a land line (not a cell phone):
- Edmonton and area: 780-420-5585
- Calgary and area: 403-245-7222
- All other areas: 1-800-511-3447