Low Water Cut-Off Control Units Recalled Due to Assembly Errors

Low Water Cut-Off Control Units Recalled Due to Assembly Errors | In Compliance Magazine

Fluid Handling LLC. has recalled approximately 1,700 McDonnell & Miller Low Water Cut-Off control units because the ground wire and probe wires could be installed incorrectly posing fire and explosion hazards. The low water cut-off control units are used on hot water or steam boilers as a primary or secondary safety control in the event of low water conditions.

The McDonnell & Miller series 750 control units are mounted on the outside of the boiler, close to the boiler’s main electrical panel. They are black boxes with a green LED “On” light, a red LED “Low Water” light, and other buttons on the top. The company is providing free inspection, repair, or replacement of recalled units.

Check to see the specific model numbers included in the recall of McDonnell & Miller Low Water Cut-off control units.

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