The most reliable way to determine which appliances are involved in an Amana recall is to visit the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's website and search for Amana recalls in the agency's product recall database. The search generates a list of recall announcements that provide specific details of affected products.
Owners of Amana appliances can click on the Recalls link on the top menu of the CPSC website, enter "Amana" in the Search Recalls and News Alerts form field, and sort the results list by clicking the Recent link to see all Amana product recalls organized by date. Clicking on the link to any recall announcement provides all relevant details, such as which models are affected by the recall, the type of hazard involved, and the date range or region of purchase that lets consumers determine whether a specific appliance is covered by the recall.
Amana recalled certain air conditioning and heating units due to burn and fire hazards in August 2014, heating and cooling units due to fire hazard in January 2013 and room air conditioner switches in May 2012. Amana freezers were most recently recalled in May 2012 and dishwashers in June 2010. Another way to identify Amana appliances involved in recent recalls is to visit the company's official website.