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Robertshaw R110 Series Gas Control Valves Recall

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Robertshaw R110 Recall


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All recalled R110 gas valves have a date code of 0531, 0532 or 0533. However, not all valves with these date codes are included in the recall. If your water heater's serial number does not appear in the list of potentially affected units above, your valve is not included in the recall. Moreover, unaffected valves with date codes of 0531, 0532 or 0533 will be marked as illustrated below.

Unaffected valves on American ProLine, General Electric (GE), Hotpoint, PowerFlex, Premier Plus, Rheem, Richmond, Ruud, Vanguard, Whirlpool and U.S. Craftmaster water heaters can be identified by a green circle around the date code and a label that reads 05-NS35. (See picture below.)



Unaffected valves on GSW and John Wood water heaters can be identified by a green line through the date code and a label that reads, "05-NS35." (See picture below.)



Unaffected valves on Bradford White, Jetglas and Lochinvar water heaters can be identified by a blue mark at the date code and through the UPC symbol. (See picture below.)



Valves that have been serviced in the field can be identified by a label that reads "05-NS35".



If your gas valve has a date code of 0531, 0532 or 0533 and does NOT have the markings shown above, immediately turn off the gas supply to your water heater at the manual shutoff on the supply pipe to the water heater and contact Robertshaw at 888-225-1071.

Safety Precautions: As with any gas appliance, if you smell gas near your water heater or in the building, immediately leave the area and call your gas company or a certified gas technician to investigate the cause.