Recalls: Propane

February 27, 2019 Harbor Freight Tools Recalls Propane Torches Due to Burn Hazard

This recall involves two models of the Greenwood-branded propane torches. The torches with no igniter have SKU number 61589 and the torches with a push button igniter have SKU number 61595. The torches have a steel nozzle, a flow valve, a blue grip and a black or orange hose. The SKU number is printed on a sticker located on the pipe that leads to the nozzle on the product packaging and on the manual. Only propane torches that do not have markings on the handles or brass knobs are included in this recall. Read more.

July 13, 2017 YSN Imports Recalls Refillable Propane Cylinders Due to Fire, Explosion Hazards

This recall involves Flame King, Little Kamper and U-Haul refillable propane cylinders used with outdoor appliances. The serial numbers are printed on the foot ring of the cylinder. The brand logo and size is printed on the front of the cylinder. Brand Size Color Serial Number Range Flame King 14.1 oz. blue 000001 through 004700 Flame King 16.4 oz. green 000001 through 020800 Little Kamper 16 oz. green 000001 through 020800 U-Haul 1 lb. blue 000001 through 004700 U-Haul 1 lb. green 000001 through 020800 Read more.

February 12, 2016 Crescent Point Energy Recalls To Inspect Propane Gas Due to Fire and Burn Hazard

This recall involves under-odorized propane gas (LP) delivered to consumers for use in storage tanks or sold at retail locations for use in portable refillable tanks (for use in recreational vehicles, barbeques, stoves and other appliances). LP was also sold to businesses for commercial and industrial use. Read more.

April 9, 2013 Manchester Tank & Equipment Company Recalls Propane Cylinders Due to Fire Hazard

The recalled Manchester Tank & Equipment Company cylinders included in the recall were manufactured January through September 2012. The date of manufacture is printed on the collar by month and year, so "6 * 12" represents June 2012. The name Manchester and the water capacity "WC238#" are also pressed into the collar. These gray 100-pound DOT propane cylinders measure about 41" high and about 15" in diameter. Manchester 100-pound propane cylinders with a green dot on the hand-wheel on the top of the cylinder are not included in the recall.

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