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Robertshaw Controls Co. and The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in mid-September announced voluntary recall of Robertshaw R110 Series Safety used in water heaters. About 178,000 of the ball were produced in a plant in Mexico. Screws on some water heater could break. If this happens, could leak from the valve, which poses a risk of explosion and fire. No incidents or injuries have been reported. The R110 Series Control being recalled are installed on natural and LP water heaters. The recalled were manufactured between July 25 and Aug. 14 with production date codes 5-31 through and including 5-33, although not all with these date codes are affected. The recalled were installed on water heater brands American Proline, Bradford White, GE, GSW, Hotpoint, Jetglas, John Wood, Lochinvar, Premier Plus, Powerflex, Rheem, Richmond, Ruud, Vanguard, Whirlpool and U.S. Craftmaster. The model and serial number can be found on the manufacturer’s label on the water heater. Electric water heaters are not included. The GS utilize corrosion-resistant, shear-type metering components that are positioned by integral high-torque actuators to assure extended operation in all types of eous fuel service. The Safety are compatible with natural , sour , LP , methane, propane, butane, and hydrogen.

The recall involves a one-inch ball shut-off valve sold as a Watts Series Ball two-piece, Brass Ball Valve used in commercial and residential applications for manufactured natural and liquid propane (LP) piping systems.The White rogers feature a brass ball and stem, teflon seats and packing, brass end piece and a zinc alloy handle. They have a date code of 0511 cast into the body of the valve. Some 0511 body date code were among 1,225 shipped to 43 Watts’ customers’ locations between July 9, 2005 and August 8, 2005. Of these 1,225 valves, all but 9 shipped to 6 commercial customers have been recovered or accounted for.