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Robertshaw Controls Co., of Long Beach, California announced the recall of about 178,000 Robertshaw R110 Series heater Robertshaw water installed on the following 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. Craft master propane and natural heaters. Electric heaters are not included in the recall. Reports indicate that screws on some water heater could break. If this happens, could leak from the valve, which poses a risk of explosion and fire. The R110 burner being recalled are installed on natural and liquid propane (LP) water heaters. The recalled were manufactured between July 25, 2005 and August 14, 2005 with production date codes 5-31 through and including 5-33, although not all with these date codes are affected.
Made in Mexico the recalled heater pool have been installed on water heaters by appliance distributors and retailers, including Home Depot and Lowe’s, as well as plumbers and plumbing/heating equipment suppliers. The manual valve was also sold separately through appliance service providers. Water heaters sold or serviced prior to July 25, 2005 are not affected One of the most common ways of protecting your home from leaks is by installing some natural shutoff valve. These include Earthquake Actuated , Excess Flow , Methane Detectors, Hybrid Systems, and Manual shut-off . Each may have its advantages and disadvantages and these are compared in the following tables. Homeowners should consider their individual needs and use the tables select their best personal option.