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Description: This recall involves air exchangers with and without heat recovery sold under different brands that are used to circulate air in and out of the home. The metal air exchangers are painted blue or grey. Air exchangers with heat recovery included in this recall were manufactured from January 2002 through May 2008 and have brand and model information written on a silver or black label on the outside panel. Air exchangers without heat recovery included in this recall were manufactured from January 2002 through July 2009 and have brand and model information printed on the unit's rating plate or imprinted on the side of the unit. The following brand names and model numbers are included in the recall: Brand Model Number The "X" can be either a letter or a number. Bryant Carrier Day and Night Payne ERVBBLHAXXXX ERVBBLHUXXXX ERVCCLHAXXXX ERVCCLHUXXXX HRVBBLHAXXXX HRVBBLHUXXXX HRVBBLVUXXXX HRVBBSVUXXXX HRVCCLHAXXXX HRVCCLHUXXXX, HRVCCLVUXXXX HRVCCSVUXXXX VA3AAXXXX VB5AAXXXX VC5AAXXXX VL3AAA0XX Conformax Flair Guardian by Broan NuTone Venmar Venmar AVS Venmar Klima 0XX 100X 160XXXX 1.X 1XX 2.X 3XX 40X 4XXXX 30 30XX 30XXX 55 55XX 85115 AE 60 AEXX C32042 CH 30110 EA-109 EA-20XXX EARC ER-40XXX ERVX00HC HRVX00H IVL XXX NUTR 130 PRO XXX RC-120 VA-80 VA-30000 VE-25 Frigidaire Maytag Partners Choice Tappan Westinghouse 91871X Heil HRV XX5 XRC Husch vänEE 10 100X 1XX 160XXXX 20 20XX, 30XX 43XXX 45XXX 48405 90 Protech Rheem Rudd Weatherking 84-XRVX00 Sears Optimum York 5263554X000 [Source]

Air exchangers
Venmar Ventilation Expands Recall of Air Exchangers Due to Fire Hazard

Recalled Venmar air exchanger, model 45400

About 108,000 in the United States (an additional 77,500 previously recalled in March 2007, December 2007 and June 2011) and about 207,000 in Canada. units were affected by this recall.

Air exchangers Recall Information

Country of OriginCanada
Recall Date11/13/2014
Recall ID1859
Recall Number15025
Product TypeAir Purifiers
HazardThe motor in the air exchangers can overheat, posing a fire hazard to consumers.
InjuriesVenmar Ventilation has received four new reports in relation to this recall expansion. In the previous recalls, Venmar Ventilation reported 26 incidents, for a total of 30. Out of these 30 incidents, five took place in the U.S. and 25 took place in Canada. All incidents resulted in fires and more than $1.1 million in property damages. No injuries have been reported.
RemedyConsumers should immediately turn off and stop using their air exchangers. Consumers should contact Venmar Ventilation to request a free inspection and repair by a Venmar field technician.
Remedy OptionRepair
ContactVenmar Ventilation toll-free at (866) 441-4645 anytime or online at and click on the Safety Upgrade Program link for more information.
Last Updated01/06/2015
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