Gas boilers recalled in Canada for CO2 poisoning risk
- April 3, 2007 3:49 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
Over 3,000 gas boilers are being recalled in Canada because they pose a potential carbon dioxide poisoning danger, the safety agency CSA International said Tuesday.
The recall involves the Ti Series Trinity boilers with the following model numbers: Ti100, Ti150, Ti150C, Ti200 and Ti200C. The recall only applies to units manufactured between November 2005 and Jan. 8, 2007. For the Ti400 model, the recall involves all units made before Jan. 8, 2007.
The company said in rare instances, drains on the units may deteriorate and fail, creating a CO2 poisoning risk. One incident of a unit triggering a CO2 alarm has been reported to the company
Consumers with one of the recalled boilers should contact the manufacturer, NY Thermal Inc., to schedule a free repair by calling (800) 688-2575.
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