Lochinvar has recalled its Condensing Residential Boilers due to a carbon monoxide poison risk. During use, the flue grommet may come loose and allow carbon monoxide into your home. The recall was issued on June 18, 2020.
Carbon monoxide poisoning can be very serious, and severe cases could lead to brain damage or death. Symptoms include headache, weakness, nausea, shortness of breath, loss of consciousness, and more.
How many incidents have occurred?
Over 34,000 units in America have been recalled, and more than 3,600 recalled in Canada. The recall remedy requires a simple unit repair and part replacement but ignoring this recall can be very dangerous.
Lochinvar has a record of 7 incidents where the flue grommet has deteriorated. To date, one instance has resulted in two non-fatal injuries, and two other reports did not result in injuries.
Is My Boiler Affected?
Lochinvar models that may be affected were sold between August 2016 and June 2020. If you have a Lochinvar Condensing Residential Boiler in your home, please check the serial number to ensure your home is safe.
Injured By Lochinvar’s Residential Boiler? Call A Personal Injury Lawyer Today!
If you or a loved one have suffered an injury from carbon monoxide poisoning because of Lochinvar’s Residential Boiler, you deserve compensation. You should not be responsible for paying your medical bills and other expenses associated with the injury. Contact Attorney Blake Bailey today to get the restitution owed to you.