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Home Heating Boilers Recalled for Carbon Monoxide Hazard

New York Boiler and U.S. Boiler are recalling several models of their home heating boilers due to the air pressure switch failing to turn off the burners when there is a blockage in the venting system. When the air pressure switch fails, excessive amounts of carbon monoxide can be released and pose a CO poisoning hazard.

New Yorker Boiler is recalling model PVCGA cast iron hot water boilers that utilize natural gas or liquid petroleum to heat water for residential space heating. These recalled boilers were manufactured between May 2012 and February 2013.

Click here to check if your New York hot water boiler is included in the recall.

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U.S. Boiler has issued a recall for its model ESC, PVG and SCG cast iron hot water boilers that use natural gas or liquid petroleum to heat water.  The boilers are light blue in color with black trim and the front cover is vented. The recalled models were manufactured between December 2005 and February 2013.

Read more to verify if your U.S. Boiler is one of the models included in the recall. 

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