Important
 Safety Notices

Posted: November 2004

Robert Shaw Control Recall

Robertshaw Controls Company, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), is instituting a voluntary recall of products in the Robertshaw 7000 Series. The voluntary recall applies to certain models of 7000 Series valves produced between February 2003 and September 2004, wherever sold, including outside the United States. These products can be identified by date codes 0306 through and including 0436. These valves are used in gas appliances, including residential space heaters, wall heaters, boilers, fire places, pool heaters, infrared heaters and furnaces, and commercial heating applications such as commercial cooking appliances, fryers, commercial water heaters and poultry brooders.

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Posted: September 2007

American Flame Recalls Fireplaces to Replace Gas Valves Due to Fire and Explosion Hazards

This Safety Notice is being sent to all Travis Consumers who own a Fireplace Xtrordinair 36 CFR, 36 CFA, or Fireplace Xtrordinair Model 1080 Clean Face Gas Fireplace. If you have received this notice, our records indicate that you own one of the affected models. Click here for more information...

Posted: January 2012

FIREPLACE GLASS SAFETY

Children, like most of us, are fascinated by fire, and for families with young children, fireplaces pose a potential safety hazard. Take the time to educate young children about the dangers of fire and the hot surface temperatures of glass and metal surrounding the fireplace. If you have an infant or toddler consider installing a fire screen; make sure it’s tall enough so that children can’t climb over it, and that it’s placed far enough away so that reaching arms can’t touch the surfaces of the fireplace. A few precautions such as these will allow everyone in your home to safely enjoy the comfort and warmth of your new gas fireplace.

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