More great news for CFM.... The Mississauga News Jun 29, 2006 A Mississauga company has voluntarily agreed to recall about 1,300 wood-burning fireplaces in the United States as requested by the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Three models of Sequoia Fireplaces, manufactured by CFM Corporation, are being recalled because of a potential fire hazard. Because of insufficient insulation or a missing weld, some of the units could pose a hazard. No injuries have been reported involving any of the products, the U.S. agency said. Only models EWF30, EWF36 and EWF36A are affected by the recall in the CFM fireplace line. They were sold for between $2,200 and $3,000 a unit in Canada and the U.S. by Vermont Castings dealers between Jan. 1 2003 and mid-April this year. Consumers are advised to stop using the product immediately. CFM has agreed to go to homes to repair every affected fireplace. Photographs of the models being recalled can be viewed by visiting www.cpsc.gov.