Boiler Recall

For those of you that live in climates where you can’t go to the beach tomorrow in your bathing suit…

Crown Boiler Co. Recalls Boilers Due to Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Hazard

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in
cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary
recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using
recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Name of Product: Bermuda BSI and Cayman CWI Series Gas Boilers

Units: About 400

Manufacturer: Crown Boiler Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.

Hazard: The boilers can generate excessive levels of carbon monoxide
(CO) in the flue gases, posing a risk of CO poisoning.

Incidents/Injuries: Crown Boiler has received one report of high levels
of carbon monoxide from these boilers. No injuries have been reported.

Description: The recall involvesBermuda BSI and Cayman CWI Series
gas-fired boilers designed for indoor installation. Model and serial
numbers included in this recall are listed below and are located on the
rating plate. The boilers have a two-tone, red and gray jacket enclosure
with the controls and piping on the right side of the unit. The rating
plate is a silver label located in the upper left hand corner of the
right side panel.

Model Numbers Serial Numbers
BSI069SN CROWNB000304258




Sold by: Plumbing and heating wholesale distributors to plumbers and
contractors nationwide from October 2002 through October 2006 for
between $800 and $2,100.

Manufactured in: United States

Remedy: Consumers who have not already been contacted by their
contractor should immediately contact their installer or Crown Boiler
Co. to arrange for a free repair. Consumers are reminded to install a CO
alarm outside all sleeping areas, or make sure their current CO alarms
have working batteries.

Consumer Contact: For more information, contact Crown Boiler Co
toll-free at (877) 597-3321 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through
Friday, or visit the firm’s Web site at

Isn’t that what I just posted?


But you didnt incude the CPSC link that was so kindly added to include the photo. Thanks George & Blaine. I get emails directly from the CPSC & would advise all inspectors to do so.


If you don’t know how to do this, or don’t understand how to use the CPSC web site to do searches on recalls and safety concerns, [download this PowerPoint file]( Product Safety Commission.ppt) and follow its instructions. This PowerPoint presentation is part of my [Interactive Report System]( for NACHI members.pdf) that the buyer, buyer’s agent, and seller/seller’s agent get.