Recall: Carrier Recalls HVAC Units Due to Fire Hazard

Recall: Carrier Recalls HVAC Units Due to Fire Hazard

The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a recall of about 530 Carrier Commercial HVAC systems. It has been reported that the HVAC’s humidifier fan may not shut off, creating a fire hazard.

The products were manufactured by Carrier Mexico and sold via nationwide Carrier distributors from March 2014 to September 2017. Purchasers should contact their carrier dealer immediately to have the device repaired.

What are the Risks?

According to research, air conditioning, fans, or related equipment are involved in as many as 10,000 home structure fires a year. This results in deaths, injuries and hundreds of millions of dollars in direct property damage.

Our firm is an experienced product liability firm that has represented thousands of due to the negligence of others, including product manufacturers. If you have been injured due to a defective product or the negligence of another, contact at us at (877) 277-7336. There is no charge to speak with us or for case evaluations.

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