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EVAS 20 lb. Propane Exchange Tanks Recalled by Worthington Enterprises Due to Fire Hazard

Name of Product:

EVAS 20 lb. propane exchange cylinders

Hazard:

The recalled propane exchange cylinders could leak gas, posing a fire hazard.

Recall Date:

February 22, 2024

Recall Details

Description:

This recall involves EVAS 20 lb. propane exchange cylinders with model number EVAS – M0859, a serial number beginning with a “W,” and a date code of either “06-23” or “07-23.”  The model number, serial number, and date code are stamped on the collar of the cylinder. While the cylinders were initially sold with an AmeriGas label, consumers could have exchanged these cylinders with other propane distributors who would have then placed their own branded sleeve/label on them.

Remedy:

Consumers should stop using the recalled EVAS 20 lb. propane cylinders immediately, close the top valve completely and return them to any AmeriGas Propane Exchange retail location for a free replacement. Consumers can find exchange retail locations at https://www.amerigas.com/locations/find-propane. Worthington advises consumers to close the valve on top of the cylinder completely when returning them.

Sold At:

AmeriGas’ propane cylinder exchange suppliers in New Hampshire and Eastern Massachusetts (Boston Metropolitan) area from July 2023 through August 2023, or from a propane cylinder exchange supplier thereafter, for between $20 and $80.

Importer(s):

Worthington Enterprises, of Columbus, Ohio

Distributor(s):

AmeriGas, of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

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