March 19, 1999
- Carbon Monoxide Alarms Recalled by Kidde Safety
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Kidde Safety, of Mebane, N.C., is voluntarily recallingabout 1 million carbon monoxide alarms, including 650,000 Nighthawks and350,000 Lifesavers. The Lifesaver models could alarm late or not alarm at all,and the Nighthawk models could alarm late. These alarms are used to detectcarbon monoxide (CO), a colorless, odorless gas, leaking from fuel burningappliances. When they don't work, consumers can be unknowingly exposedto hazardous levels of CO, and suffer injury or death.
August 6, 1996
- Home Gas Sentry Carbon Monoxide Detectors Hazard
January 19, 1996
- CPSC Warns Of Failures With Sinostone Carbon Monoxide Detectors
November 22, 1995
- "Gas Sniffer" Carbon Monoxide Detector Recalled by Revco
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Revco Products Inc., ofHuntington Beach, Calif., is recalling 10,043 Model 840 GasSniffer carbon monoxide detectors. The detector's alarm mayfail at hazardous levels of carbon monoxide and could exposeconsumers to serious injury or death.