Carrier Corp. is recalling nearly 4,000 auxiliary power units as a result of a faulty power supply harness, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documents.
Recall documents show that certain Carrier ComfortPro 210STA and PC6112 are affected by the recall. The APUs use a second power supply harness that is not protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) connector, according to NHTSA. Without that connector, an electrical short can increase the risk of injury.
Carrier will notify owners of affected APUs and have dealers install a GFCI connector for free. The recall is scheduled to begin sometime in March. For questions, call Carrier customer service at 800-448-1661 with recall number R-964. NHTSA’s number for this recall is 19E-006.
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