Calorlite Recall

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  1. GJH

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    Just seen elsewhere:
    Details Here.
     
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  2. bungy

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    Just checked ours...ill be trundling off to change it on monday!!
     
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    Good spot Graham

    Calor say

    Urgent recall, return immediately, but not before next Wednesday!!!!
     
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    nice one.. I have an empty.. free refill can't be bad (y)
     
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    Maybe this explains why the "lites" have been in short supply recently? I wonder if Calor have been quietly collecting them up over the summer :)
     
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  6. tonka

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    Another benefit is being part of forums and groups... This info has spread very quickly..(y)
     
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  7. golly

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    Thanks for that Graham, just checked and I have two out in the garage.
     
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  8. bungy

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    Youve just given me a great idea...gawd knows why i didnt think of it....going to swap the gas bottles in the van over now...fridge wont use much overnight so might have to leave the water heater on and have loads of brews thus evening
     
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    You have just saved me more than the cost of my FUN subscription - THANK YOU (y)
     
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    Thanks for the warning Graham, I have 3 so will check them in the morning. Pete
     
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    ...THIS WAS A SEPARATE THREAD NOW MERGED WITH THIS Jim


    Just seen this, and thought I would post just in case Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     

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    Empty calorlite cyls just went up in value but if its full would you use most of it first!!!!!!

    David
     
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    Not for a few quids worth of gas, safety comes first mate Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    Typical, my empty one is 2014 and the full one is 2010.... Better use some gas tomorrow :)
     
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    DAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I just changed both my empty ones have to check them but they are full
     
  17. Bertie Bassett

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    Thanks flat pack, I've got two 2011's and had heard nothing about it.
     
  18. Bertie Bassett

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    Now I've read the detail is says that even empty bottles will be replaced by FULL bottles. Flat pack it's a beer or three when we meet!(y)(y)
     
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    There's another thread running this too. The small print says that whatever fill the return bottles have they will be replaced by a FREE FULL lite. As a welshman I'm over the moon!:D
     
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    Thks for that graham am in France and and second bottle just run out this morning, home tomorrow so Monday 2 new full bottles for me help pay for some of the shopping at citeurope today
     
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