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CPSC Reannounces York International Gas Furnace Recall due to Fire Concerns

By Blume Donnelly Fried Forte Zerres & Molinari on February 29, 2012

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is reannouncing the November 2004 recall of approximately 223,600 York International gas furnaces for manufactured homes due to continuing concerns over a fire hazard-causing defect. The gas furnace may overheat, causing the heat-exchanger to crack, exposing the flames to the home’s structure and inside finish (e.g., drywall, etc.). This can cause a smoke and/or fire injury hazard to consumers.

Although no injuries have been reported, York has received 393 incident reports, including several involving substantial property damage. 366 of these reports were received after the initial recall in November 2004.

The affected products were sold nationwide as original and replacement equipment in manufactured homes between 1995 and 2000. They include Red T, Coleman Excon, and Coleman brand furnaces. All are silver with white access panels and include the brand name on the middle of the front access panel. The model number may be found on a faceplate behind both front access panels, on the left inside surface behind the lower panel. The recalled model numbers include the following:

  • DGAT070BDD
  • DGAT070BDE
  • DGAT070BDF
  • DGAM075BDD
  • DGAM075BDE
  • DGAM075BDF
  • DLAS075BDD
  • DLAS075BDE
  • DLAS075BDF
  • DGAT075BDD
  • DGAT075BDE
  • DGAT075BDF

Consumers should stop using the recalled furnaces immediately and contact Unitary Products Group (UPG) of York International Corp. to schedule a no-cost inspection and repair of the furnace.

If you or a loved one has suffered injury in New Jersey as the result of an appliance defect, you may have cause for legal action. The knowledgeable defective appliance attorneys in New Jersey at Blume Goldfaden have decades of experience handling complicated product liability claims, and can help you determine whether your potential claim may have merit. Contact us at (973) 635-5400 for a no-cost consultation.

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