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Old 06-11-2013, 09:32 AM   #1
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The Lite Cylinder Company - LP Tank Recall

Emergency Recall Order by United States Department of Transportation: No. 2013-002

Mandated recall of all cylinders manufactured by The Lite Cylinder Company, Inc..

http://www.phmsa.dot.gov/staticfiles...ompany_Inc.pdf

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Old 06-12-2013, 02:15 PM   #2
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On May 24, 2013, The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration issued Emergency Order Number 2013-002 mandating a recall of all cylinders manufactured by The Lite Cylinder Company, Inc. (Lite Cylinder), Franklin, Tennessee, and marked as authorized under DOT-SP 14562 (and DOT-SP-13957 as authorized therein), DOT-SP 13105; any cylinder requalified under H706, and any cylinders manufactured under M5729. This recall order also applies to any person who is in possession of an affected packaging that is subject to this order.

The emergency order is based on an investigation of Lite Cylinder's operations and production history that revealed probable violations and unsafe conditions and practices that PHMSA determined present an imminent hazard to the public safety. In effect, this action immediately orders the removal from service of more than 55,000 two-piece fully wrapped fiber composite cylinders. These cylinders are largely in liquefied petroleum gas service.

PHMSA also terminated the above special permits and approvals for cylinder requalification, and manufacturer's Registration Numbers.

To effectively comply with this recall, cylinder owners must:

1. Take proper safeguards in identifying and handling the affected cylinders identified in this order.

2. Cease use of all specified cylinders until notified of DOT response to Petition for Review.

3. Arrange to have all propane gas removed from cylinder. This should only be done by qualified persons, trained in handling cylinders in accordance with Federal regulations. (Note: All propane dispensing agents should meet this criteria.) This person must discharge all gas, purge, and remove the valve per the recall.

Please be advised that The Lite Cylinder Company is no longer in business and is currently evaluating its legal options. The company's facility is now closed and unable to receive cylinders returned per the instructions detailed in US DOT – PHMSA Emergency Order No. 2013-002. Furthermore, the company is financially insolvent and will not be able to recompense cylinder owners, dealers and distributors for the expenses incurred in complying with this Emergency Recall Order.

If you have any questions concerning the Emergency Recall Order you should contact John Heneghan, Regional Director, at (404) 832-1140, john.heneghan@dot.gov, or Aaron Mitchell, Director Field Services Support, at (202) 366-4455, aaron.mitchell@dot.gov.
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:46 PM   #3
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O.K., for a newbie like myself, how do we know if we have the cylinders that are being recalled? Was there any specific Jayco models using these??
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Have you heard what models as we just purchased a pinnacle?????
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Old 01-16-2014, 09:44 PM   #5
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the order says fiber composite cylinders so if you have steel cylinders as most rv's no problem as I read it.
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O.K., for a newbie like myself, how do we know if we have the cylinders that are being recalled? Was there any specific Jayco models using these??
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