Gas-Fired Furnace Recall

For homes that have this horizontal forced-air furnaces in the attics, the attic furnaces could be subject to a manufacturer's recall or class action. If the furnace is attic-mounted and was installed between 1983 and 1994, the furnace could be a major fire hazard. These furnaces catch fire without warning. To our past customers, rest assure Granger's did not install any of these furnaces. The furnace names include:

  • Company Trade Name and Model
  • Addison Products Company Weatherking GHC
  • American Standard THD, THN
  • Amana Refrigeration Amana GSE-DN
  • Arco Comfort Products ACP, Arcoaire, Northrup GHB
  • Bard MFG. Bard HG, ESG
  • Carrier Sunburst HAC/HCC/HBA
  • Coleman Co. Coleman 2505-2509B,2505-2509C
  • Consolidated Industries Consolidated HAC/HCC
  • DMO Industries Duomatic-Olsen Olsen, Airco HCC
  • Goettl Air Conditioning American Best Goetti HCC
  • Goodman Mfg Franklin Electric, GMC, Hamilton Electric, Janitrol, Johnstone, Liberty HAC/HCC/HBA
  • Heat Controller Inc. Century, Comfort Aire GSH
  • ICG/Keeprite Keeprite HAC/HCC
  • MLX Refrigeration and Air Heatmaster HAC/HCC
  • Premier Furance Company Premier, Sun Glow, P.F.C. HAC/HCC/HBA
  • Sears Kenmore 735
  • Square D Company Sundial GH
  • Trane, (XE60, XE70),
  • Westbrook Distributing Heatmaster HAC/HCC

For more information on furnace recalls contact: Consumer Product Safety Commission Hotline at 800 683-2772 or

The above information has been published to provide general guidance on matters of interest to homeowners. Granger's does not have any further information regarding furnace lawsuits. For additional information, please call the phone numbers above or click on the links above.