Various news outlets revealed that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled over 13,000 units of Navien Instantaneous or Tankless Water Heaters imported by Navien America Inc, a company from Irvine, California. In cooperation with the firm, the federal agency recalled the item due to a possible unstable connection in the water heater vent collar. This issue poses a risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning to Consumers. Readers are strongly advised to stop using the recalled product and contact Navien as soon as they learn about the recall to schedule a visit and free repair.
To stay on top of recall news should be a priority to all consumers. Certain recalled products can cause severe damage to your property and a major health risk to consumers.
, I urge readers to respond to this recall in a timely manner. Consumers can return the tankless water heaters to the store where they were purchased or contact the company for a refund. I’m glad that the company was able to address this issue before it got out of hand.
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