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Tank top propane heaters are being recalled by Harbor Freight Tools due to burn hazard

Tank Top Propane Heaters Recalled Due to Burn HazardHarbor Freight Tools is recalling about 350,000 One Stop Gardens 15,000 and 30,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heaters.

In windy weather, the flame can be directed to the back of the heater, which can melt the “tip switch” safety shut off feature at the back of the heater. This poses a risk that the heater won’t turn off if it tips over and poses a burn hazard to consumers.

The firm has received reports of nine incidents of flame redirection to the back of the heater and/or the tip switch safety feature melting. Three of these incidents resulted in minor burns when the consumers attempted to turn off the heater.

This recall involves the One Stop Gardens 15,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heater, Item #63073, and the One Stop Gardens 30,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heater, Item #63072.

The heaters are designed to mount on top of a standard 20 lb. propane tank. They have an “easy start” with variable heat control valve, high efficiency heat reflector, and safety shutoff.



Item #63073

One Stop Gardens 15,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heater

Item #63072

One Stop Gardens 30,000 BTU Tank Top Propane Heater

The heaters were sold at Harbor Freight Tools stores nationwide and online at from December 2015 through April 2021. The price was about $45 for the 15,000 BTU model and about $75 for the 30,000 BTU model.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled tank top propane heaters and return them to their local Harbor Freight Tools store for a refund of the purchase price, plus tax, as a Harbor Freight Tools gift card, the company and U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission advise. The company is contacting all known purchasers directly.

For more information, call Harbor Freight Tools at 800-444-3353 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PT Monday through Friday, email, or visit and click on “Recall Safety Information” at the bottom of the page. 

For details on other recalls, see


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