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  • PetSmart Recalls Top Fin Plastic Aquarium Heaters - WindsorFire.com
    Basement Flood Handbook Preparing for Tornadoes Thunderstorms Be Ready for Winter Weather Public Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles PetSmart Recalls Top Fin Plastic Aquarium Heaters in Safety Alerts 23 Jun 2015 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Product Description This recall involves 50W 100W 150W 200W and 250W Top Fin brand plastic aquarium heaters The black cylindrical shaped heaters are about 4 centimeters in diameter and about 33 centimeters in length Heaters with the following model numbers are included in this recall Model Number UPC Description Certification authorization number HT50 73725745804 Top Fin plastic aquarium heater 50W UL E230625 HT100 73725745800 Top Fin plastic aquarium heater 100W UL E230625 HT150 73725745801 Top Fin plastic aquarium heater 150W UL E230625 HT200 73725745802 Top Fin plastic aquarium heater 200W UL E230625 HT250 73725745803 Top Fin plastic aquarium heater 250W UL E230625 Model numbers are printed on the side of the heater near the top Hazard Identified The aquarium heaters may overheat or short circuit posing a fire or electrical shock hazard Neither Health Canada nor PetSmart has received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries in Canada related to the use of these aquarium heaters PetSmart Inc has received reports of 13 incidents in the United States including four reports

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/petsmart-recalls-top-fin-plastic-aquarium-heaters/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Viking Range LLC recalls Viking and Brigade brand freestanding gas ranges - WindsorFire.com
    2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles Viking Range LLC recalls Viking and Brigade brand freestanding gas ranges in Safety Alerts 8 Jun 2015 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Product Description This recall involves Viking and Brigade brand freestanding gas ranges The recalled ranges come in widths of 30 inches 76 centimeters 36 inches 91 centimeters 48 inches 122 centimeters and 60 inches 152 centimeters They were sold in stainless steel as well as a variety of other colours and various surface burner configurations Model numbers and serial numbers that begin with the following characters are included in this recall Model numbers starting with Serial numbers starting with date codes VGIC306 All VGIC308 All VGIC366 All VGIC368 All VGIC486 All VGIC488 All VGIC530 and CVGIC530 All VGIC536 and CVGIC536 All VGCC530 and CVGCC530 040108 through 010313 VGCC536 and CVGCC536 110108 through 010913 VGCC548 and CVGCC548 020109 through 010913 VGCC560 and CVGCC560 050111 through 010313 VGSC530 and CVGSC530 063008 through 063014 VGSC536 and CVGSC536 113008 through 063014 VGSC548 and CVGSC548 030109 through 063014 The model and serial numbers can be found on a label in one of three locations On the bottom of the control panel above the door on the front of the oven cavity below the control panel or on the inside of the left side panel which can be seen by removing the left front grate and burner bowl The first six numbers in the serial number are the manufacture date MM DD YY format Model numbers will have additional characters at the end depending on the top configuration and product finish For example a CVGIC530 with 4 burners in stainless steel will be CVGIC530 4B SS Hazard Identified The

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/viking-range-llc-recalls-viking-and-brigade-brand-freestanding-gas-ranges/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Holiday Luggage Inc. recalls Austin House immersion travel water heater - WindsorFire.com
    Alert Response Plan Earthquakes Earthquake Guide What to do During After Emergency Management Civil Protection Act Emergency Management Ontario History of Canadian Disasters Severe Weather Power Outage Safety Tips Preparing for a Flood Basement Flood Handbook Preparing for Tornadoes Thunderstorms Be Ready for Winter Weather Public Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles Holiday Luggage Inc recalls Austin House immersion travel water heater in Safety Alerts 8 Jun 2015 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Product Description This recall involves the Austin House immersion travel water heater model CH101 The recalled immersion water heaters are used to heat liquids during travel The product consists of a heating element and a three foot white or black power cord with a non grounded polarized plug The style numbers below are included in the recall Style Number UPC Certification Authorization Number AH19WH01 063627011378 UL E89413 12007HG15 067012925240 UL E89413 Hazard Identified A voltage surge can occur when the immersion water heater is immersed in liquid which poses an electric shock hazard In Canada an incident of electric shock was reported to Health Canada in relation to the use of this product Share You may also like Sure Signal Products Recalls Heat Activated Fire Alarms 30 Nov 2015 Toshiba of Canada Limited recalls Panasonic

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/holiday-luggage-inc-recalls-austin-house-immersion-travel-water-heater/ (2016-04-24)
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  • United Unlimited recalls EZ Grill Disposable Grill - WindsorFire.com
    Older Adults from Extreme Heat Windsor Essex Heat Alert Response Plan Earthquakes Earthquake Guide What to do During After Emergency Management Civil Protection Act Emergency Management Ontario History of Canadian Disasters Severe Weather Power Outage Safety Tips Preparing for a Flood Basement Flood Handbook Preparing for Tornadoes Thunderstorms Be Ready for Winter Weather Public Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles United Unlimited recalls EZ Grill Disposable Grill in Safety Alerts 8 Jun 2015 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Product Description This recall involves EZ Grill Ready to Use Disposable Grill a shrink wrapped aluminum pan containing charcoal and a grill UPC 899521002019 Hazard Identified Health Canada s sampling and evaluation project has revealed that the EZ Grill does not meet the warning label requirements under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act CCPSA Charcoal produces carbon monoxide This can be toxic if it is burned inside or in an area without proper ventilation Warning labels help to protect the public by telling them about this hazard Neither United Unlimited nor Health Canada has received any reports of consumer incidents or injuries to Canadians related to the use of this product Share You may also like Check Your Home for These Winter Weather Related Recalled Products 9 Jan 2012 PetSmart

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/united-unlimited-recalls-ez-grill-disposable-grill/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Toshiba of Canada Limited recalls AC power cords sold with certain notebook computers - WindsorFire.com
    Protecting Older Adults from Extreme Heat Windsor Essex Heat Alert Response Plan Earthquakes Earthquake Guide What to do During After Emergency Management Civil Protection Act Emergency Management Ontario History of Canadian Disasters Severe Weather Power Outage Safety Tips Preparing for a Flood Basement Flood Handbook Preparing for Tornadoes Thunderstorms Be Ready for Winter Weather Public Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles Toshiba of Canada Limited recalls AC power cords sold with certain notebook computers in Safety Alerts 1 Dec 2014 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Product Description This recall involves Toshiba of Canada Limited AC power cords sold with certain notebook computers including the following brands All in One Android AT Chromebook DX Libretto Mini Notebook Netbook Portege Qosmio Satellite Tecra Toshiba and WT The power cords are black in colour and are marked with LS 15 on the portion of the cord that plugs into the power brick Hazard Identified The AC power cord can overheat and pose a potential burn hazard Neither Toshiba of Canada Limited nor Health Canada has received reports of consumer incidents or injuries related to the use of these power cords Share You may also like Sure Signal Products Recalls Heat Activated Fire Alarms 30 Nov 2015 Mahindra USA recalls eMax Compact

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/toshiba-canada-limited-recalls-ac-power-cords-sold-certain-notebook-computers/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Kidde Recalls Residential Smoke Alarms and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms - WindsorFire.com
    Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles Kidde Recalls Residential Smoke Alarms and Combination Smoke CO Alarms in Safety Alerts 12 Sep 2014 Click here for full details on the recall A A A Affected Products This recall involves Kidde branded AC DC powered residential smoke alarms and combination smoke CO alarms models KN COSM IBACA i12010S CO CA and i12010S CA Product Description These alarms are white round and approximately 5 to 6 inches in diameter with an engraved Kidde logo on the front They are AC DC powered and capable of hardwired interconnect Labels indicating the model number and date code are located on the back of the device The date code consists of the year of manufacture the month of manufacture and the day of manufacture in the YYYY Month XX format Hazard Identified Should a power outage occur at the same second that the device is performing a once per minute sensor health check the device may go into a latched mode causing it not to alarm in the presence of smoke and or carbon monoxide An affected device will sound if it receives a signal from an alarm in the same interconnected system Once power is restored a latched device will sound an alarm regardless of the presence of smoke

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/kidde-recalls-residential-smoke-alarms-combination-smokeco-alarms/ (2016-04-24)
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  • iDevices recalls Temperature Probes - WindsorFire.com
    Tips Preparing for a Flood Basement Flood Handbook Preparing for Tornadoes Thunderstorms Be Ready for Winter Weather Public Education General Fire Safety Issues Building Owners When Disaster Strikes Hotel Fire Safety Home Fire Safety Outdoor Fire Safety Youngsters Fire Safety Fire Safety Fall Prevention for Older Adults Smoke Alarm Information Carbon Monoxide Information Sprinklers Translated Materials Firefighters Become a Firefighter In the Line of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles iDevices recalls Temperature Probes in Safety Alerts 4 Sep 2014 Click here for full details A A A Affected Products Cooking thermometer probes Product Description This recall involves all Pro Ambient Temperature Probes and Pro Meat Probes manufactured from May 2014 through June 2014 The probe measures ambient air and meat temperature The probes were sold separately as an accessory for the iGrill iGrill2 grilling thermometers and the Kitchen Thermometer cooking thermometers The meat probe was also sold as a component of the iGrill2 set The probes consist of a curved stainless steel rod attached to a mini connector by a steel braided cable The iDevices logo is stamped into the top of the cord holder Recalled probes have only two indentations or crimps in the base of the probe tube where is attached to the braided cable Hazard identified The plastic insulator located inside the stainless steel probe is not heat resistant and can melt and fall into food posing an ingestion hazard iDevices has received 11 reports of the probe overheating and the plastic insulator melting during normal use in the United States none in Canada No injuries

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/idevices-recalls-temperature-probes/ (2016-04-24)
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  • Safe storage of 9V and other household batteries - WindsorFire.com
    of Duty Padre s Corner Prayers Creeds Thoughts Co op Students Spring 2016 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Spring 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Spring 2011 Co op Photo Gallery WFRS History Apparatus Histories Fire Stations Histories Firefighting Traditions Misc History Articles Safe storage of 9V and other household batteries in Latest News 28 Feb 2014 A A A The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management Ontario OFMEM has recently received several inquiries from fire departments relating to a video that is circulating over the internet The video involves a homeowner explaining how the improper storage of 9V batteries resulted in his home catching on fire The video raises concern that fires can be ignited by a 9V battery if both terminals come into contact with an electrical conductor in the presence of nearby combustibles The OFMEM has previously been made aware of the potential for this scenario based on past media reports on the storage of 9V batteries in junk drawers We believe this to be a legitimate concern as it is possible for a battery to short out and become an ignition source if both terminals come in contact with an electrical conductor i e battery paper clip steel wool etc There is more of a concern with 9V batteries over other household battery types i e AA or AAA types because both terminals are at the same end and can be more easily bridged with conducting material Despite this Health Canada s Consumer Product Safety Directorate indicates that there have been no fire incidents reported in Canada involving 9V batteries directly The OFMEM is also not aware of any such related incidents in Ontario Nevertheless the OFMEM recommends covering the terminals of all batteries with electrical tape when storing or

    Original URL path: http://www.windsorfire.com/safe-storage-of-9v-and-other-household-batteries/ (2016-04-24)
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