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Electric Baseboard and Electric Fan Heater Thermostats by Honeywell International Inc.
- Starting date:
- July 28, 2011
- Posting date:
- July 28, 2011
- Type of communication:
- Consumer Product Recall
- Household Items
- Source of recall:
- Health Canada
- General Public (GP)
- Identification number:
Electric Baseboard and Electric Fan Heater Thermostats
This recall involves Honeywell thermostats that can be identified by their overall rectangular shape. The models included in the recall are thermostats for controlling electric baseboard heating or electric fan heating at 240Vac. "Honeywell" or "Cadet" is printed on the front of the thermostats that come in various sizes. The model number and four-digit date code are printed on a label inside the front cover of the thermostat.
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T4700: the date code (date manufactured) for this model is printed on a small label located on the front of the thermostat. The label displays the date code by year and week of manufacturer. For example, a date code of "0042" represents a manufacture date of week 42 of the year 2000. To determine the date code for your T4700 thermostat (1) flip down the door located on the bottom half of the thermostat, (2) look for a small label bearing a series of numbers in the format described above. The date code will be the last four digits on the far right side of the label.
CT1950 and CT1957: the date code (date manufactured) for these models is printed on a small label located on the front of the thermostat. The label displays the date code by year and week of manufacturer. For example, a date code of "0042" represents a manufacture date of week 42 of the year 2000. To determine the date code for your CT1950 or CT1957 thermostat (1) Pop off the faceplate of the thermostat, (2) look for a small label bearing a series of numbers in the format described above. The date code will be the last four digits on the far right side of the label.
No other date codes are included in this program.
The thermostat contains a line voltage relay which is used to switch the power to the electric baseboard heater or electric fan heater. The line voltage relay may not function properly and cause the plastic to overheat.
Health Canada has not received any reports of incidents or injuries related to the use of these thermostats.
Approximately 240,837 units of the affected products were sold at various retail and trade outlets across Canada.
Time period sold
The affected products were sold from 2000 to 2007.
Place of origin
Manufactured in Singapore.
Honeywell International Inc.
- In-Tec Global Pte Ltd.
What you should do
Consumers should immediately stop using the affected products and contact Honeywell for information on how to receive a free replacement thermostat for the T4700, CT1950 or CT1957 models.
For more information, consumers may contact Honeywell's Consumer Hotline toll-free at 1-888-235-7363 or visit yourhome.honeywell.com/T4700.
Consumers may also view the recall notice on the Electrical Safety Authority's website.
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