February 27, 2024

BlendJet 2 Portable Blenders Recalled For Fire and Laceration

BlendJet 2 Portable Blenders are being recalled because they pose a fire and laceration hazard. The blenders can overheat and catch fire, and the blades can break off, posing a laceration hazard. The recalling firm is BlendJet Inc. of Benicia, California. The blenders were manufactured in China. The recalled product is BlendJet 2 Portable Blenders that were sold in a variety of colors and designs. About 4.8 million of these blenders were sold in the United States, and about 117,000 were sold in Canada. The company has received about 329 reports of the blades breaking while in use, and an additional 17 reports of overheating or fires resulting in property damage claims of about $150,000. And there are 49 reports of minor burns and one report of a laceration injury. You can find … [Read more...]

Traeger Flat Top Propane Grills Recalled For Fire Hazard

Traeger Flat Top Propane Grills are being recalled for a fire hazard. The burner control knob can be incorrectly labeled, which can result in the grill being unintentionally left on, posing a fire hazard. The firm has received 57 reports of the flame adjustment knobs being incorrectly labeled. No fires or injuries have been reported to the company to date in connection with this issue. The recalling firm is Tragaer Pellet Grills. The grills were manufactured in Vietnam. The recall is for Traeger Flatrock Flat Top Grills that are powered with propane. The grill is black, with a closeable lid that has a silver handle. The name "Traeger" is printed on the handle with the company's logo. The grill is about 74 inches long by 27 inches wide by 36 inches tall. It weighs about 189 pounds. … [Read more...]

Frigidaire Gas Cooktops Recalled For Risk of Gas Leak, Fire

Frigidaire Gas Cooktops are being recalled because they pose a risk of a gas leak and a fire hazard. The company has received 63 reports of the control knobs cracking or breaking. There is a report of one minor injury from a gas leak and one report of a fire. These cooktops were manufactured in China and Thailand. The recalling firm is Electrolux Home Products of Charlotte, North Carolina. The recalled products are Frigidaire Gas Cooktops that are made of stainless steel. The product include a 30-inches wide cooktop with four burners, and a 36 inches wide cooktop with five burners. You can see pictures of the recalled products at the Consumer Product Safety Commission web site. The problem is that the plastic control knobs that are installed on the cooktop can crack or break … [Read more...]

Boost the Mood Ceramic Mugs Recalled For Fire Hazard

Boost the Mood Ceramic Mugs are being recalled because they can pose a fire hazard. The metallic print on the mug can spark when the mug is heated in the microwave, posing a fire hazard. These mugs are labeled as microwave safe, but they are not. The mugs were manufactured in China. The importer is Michael Giordano International Inc. of Miami, Florida. About 26,400 of these mugs were sold in the United States. The recalled product is 10-ounce ceramic mugs in navy blue with a gold metallic handle and  "Boost the Mood" that is printed on the mug front in gold lettering. A white, round label on the bottom of the mug says, "Microwave Safe." The recalled mugs were sold as part of a promotional set including socks, hand cream, and food cream. Only the mug is affected by this … [Read more...]

Sahara Folding Food Dehydrators Recalled For Fire Hazard

Sahara Folding Food Dehydrators are being recalled because they pose a possible fire hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The heater fan can fail and make the components overheat, which may catch on fire. The recalling firm is Berkshire Innovations Inc. of Williamstown, Massachusetts. About 990 units of this product were sold in the United States, and about 29 were sold in Canada. The recalled item is Sahara Folding Food Dehydrators that has seven shelves, two front glass doors, and folds to one third of its size for storage as seen in the photo. The back panel of each dehydrator has the model number DR710, the production code CCAE and its individual serial number. The recalled dehydrators have serial numbers between 12139055 and 12140194. The company has … [Read more...]

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