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    Stelpro Design Recalls Sonoma Wall Fan Heaters Due to Fire Hazard

  • Apr 02, 2020

    April 2, 2020 – Stelpro Design Recalls Sonoma Wall Fan Heaters Due to Fire Hazard. An internal part of the heater fails to meet flammability performance requirements, posing a fire hazard. This recall involves ASSO and ASSOS Sonoma wall fan heaters. (CPSC Recall number: 20-105)

    Name of product: ASSO and ASSOS Sonoma wall fan heaters

    Hazard: An internal part of the heater fails to meet flammability performance requirements, posing a fire hazard.

    Units: About 3,600

    Description: This recall involves ASSO and ASSOS Sonoma wall fan heaters. The heaters are white, with the Stelpro name on the front. Only heaters with version or production codes 47-19 or prior are affected by this recall. The model number and version or production code is located on the product nameplate that is on the underside of the front cover. These model numbers are included in the recall.

    Model Numbers

    ASSO1501T2TW

    ASSOS1501MW

    ASSO1501T2TWBBW

    ASSOS1501MWBBW

    ASSO1501T2W

    ASSOS1501W

    ASSO1501T2WBBW

    ASSOS1501WBBW

    ASSO1501WCW

    ASSOS1501WCW

    ASSO1501WCWBBW

    ASSOS1501WCWBBW

    ASSO1502T2TW

    ASSOS1502WCW

    ASSO1502T2TWBBW

    ASSOS1502WCWBBW

    ASSO1502T2W

    ASSOS2002MW

    ASSO1502T2WBBW

    ASSOS2002MWBBW

    ASSO1502WCW

    ASSOS2002W

    ASSO1502WCWBBW

    ASSOS2002WBBW

    ASSO2002T2TW

    ASSOS2002WCW

    ASSO2002T2TWBBW

    ASSOS2002WCWBBW

    ASSO2002T2W

    ASSOS2008MW

    ASSO2002T2WBBW

    ASSOS2008MWBBW

    ASSO2002WCW

    ASSOS2008W

    ASSO2002WCWBBW

    ASSOS2008WBBW

    ASSO2008T2TW

    ASSOS2008WCW

    ASSO2008T2TWBBW

    ASSOS2008WCWBBW

    ASSO2008T2W

     

    ASSO2008T2WBBW

     

    ASSO2008WCW

     

    ASSO2008WCWBBW

     


    Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled heaters and contact Stelpro for information on receiving a free replacement wall fan heater.

    Incidents/Injuries: Stelpro has received five reports of overheating. There are no reports of injuries.

    Sold At: Electrical distributors nationwide from March 2018 through December 2019 for between $140 to $370.

    Manufacturer(s): Stelpro Design Inc., of Quebec, Canada

    Manufactured In: Canada

    Recall number: 20-105

    The CPSC Recall is posted at: https://cpsc.gov/Recalls/2020/Stelpro-Design-Recalls-Sonoma-Wall-Fan-Hea...

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