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CPSC, J√łtul North America Announce Recall to Repair Liquid Propane Fueled Stoves

Jun 14, 2005 | www.cpsc.gov

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

Name of Product: Jøtul Gas-Fired Stoves

Units: About 3,200

Manufacturer: Jøtul North America, of Portland, Maine

Hazard: Movement or misplacement of the stove’s burner can allow propane gas to settle in the heater, resulting in delayed ignition. The delayed ignition could shatter the door glass and pose a laceration hazard to consumers.

Incidents/Injuries: Jøtul has received six reports of delayed ignition resulting in glass breakage. One laceration injury has been reported.

Description: The recall involves two Jøtul models of gas-fired stoves - the GF 100 DV II Nordic QT and the GF 200 DV II Lillehammer. The stoves are fueled with liquid propane (LP) gas. The model number (either GF 100 DV II or GF 200 DV II) can be found on the metal rating plate attached to the back of the stove.

Sold at: Dealers and distributors of Jøtul products nationwide sold the GF 100 DV II Nordic QT model for about $1,100 and the GF 200 DV II Lillehammer model for about $1,300 from June 2004 through early April 2005.

Assembled in: Portland, Maine

Manufactured in: Norway (cast iron components)

Remedy: Consumers should stop using their LP fueled stoves immediately, shut off the gas supply and contact their Jøtul dealers to make arrangements for a free repair. Consumers with recalled units are being personally contacted by dealers who sold the products. Consumers who think that they have recalled units and who have not yet been contacted, should call their dealer for information.


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