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August 26, 2004
Whirlpool Recall of Cooking Products
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Whirlpool Corp. of Benton Harbor, Mich. is voluntarily recalling 24,500 Freestanding ranges, double ovens, and oven-microwave combinations. All of the appliances use faulty wiring, which can overheat, melt through the insulation and cause a short circuit. They may pose a shock hazard to consumers if the appliance is not properly grounded.
August 26, 2004
GE Recall of Ranges and Wall Ovens
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), General Electric Appliances Co., of Louisville, Ky. is voluntarily recalling 28,300 General Electric, Hotpoint, Kenmore, and Americana brand freestanding electric ranges and double wall ovens. The ranges and wall ovens have faulty wiring, which can melt and cause the oven to short circuit. The appliance can then stop working and pose a shock hazard to consumers.
July 20, 2004
BSH Home Appliances Corp. Recall to Repair Range Hoods
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), BSH Home Appliances Corp., of Huntington Beach, Calif. is voluntarily recalling about 43 range hoods. These range hoods could have the blower motor installed with a screw that might penetrate the motor housing, posing an electric shock hazard to consumers.
June 8, 2004
CPSC, Dynamic Cooking Systems Announce Recall of Self-Cleaning Wall Ovens
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Dynamic Cooking Systems Inc. of Huntington Beach, Calif., is voluntarily recalling DCS Wall Ovens. When the oven is in the self-cleaning mode, the ovenís exterior door temperature exceeds the allowable surface temperature limits under the industry voluntary standard for household electric ranges. Sustained contact with the door during self-cleaning mode could cause burns.
March 27, 2003
Maytag Corp. Recall to Repair Gas Ranges
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Maytag Corp., of Newton, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling to repair about 23,000 Gemini gas ranges. The range can experience a delayed ignition flashback fire in the upper oven, which poses a fire and burn hazard to consumers.
March 26, 2002
Invensys Climate Controls Recall of TS11 Thermal Safety Control Valve
Invensys Climate Controls - OEM Products Group, of Long Beach Calif., a division of Invensys Control Systems, is recalling 18,200 TS11 Thermal Safety Control Valves, which are installed in commercial ovens, ranges, and warmer trays by OEM manufacturers and service organizations. The affected units were manufactured between June 2001 and August 2001 and have production dates beginning with codes 0124 through and including 0131. The date codes are marked on the backside of the upper housing, below the red button.
February 4, 2002
BSH Home Appliances Corp. Recalls Thermador Gas Ranges
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), BSH Home Appliances Corp., of Huntington Beach, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 2,460 Thermador brand gas ranges. Hot air is vented below the small oven and causes the metal surface on the door of this oven to get too hot, presenting a burn hazard to consumers.
October 18, 2001
Wolf Range and Wolf Appliance Recall of Gas Ranges
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Wolf Range Co. Inc.,of Compton, Calif., and Wolf Appliance Co. LLC, of Fitchburg, Wis., are recalling about 15,000 residential gas ranges forrepair. Wolf Appliance Co. acquired the product line in January 2000. Delayed ignition of gas in the ovens and broilers can putconsumers at risk of burn injuries and fires. The firms are aware of three incidents of delayed ignition involving these ranges,including two reports of consumers getting their eyebrows singed.
October 16, 2001
Whirlpool Recalls Microwave-Hood Combination
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Whirlpool Corp., ofBenton Harbor, Mich., is voluntarily recalling about 1.8 million microwave-hood combinations. These units can overheat andcatch fire.
September 26, 2001
Maytag Amana Gas Range Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Maytag Corp., of Newton, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling to repair about 50,000 Amana Big Oven gas ranges. Maytag acquired Amana Appliances on July 31, 2001. During the broil and self-clean modes, the range can emit high levels of carbon monoxide (CO), presenting the potential for CO poisoning to consumers. Additionally, during the broil and self-clean modes, the temperature of the storage drawer can become extremely high, presenting the riskof burn injuries to consumers. The ranges are safe to use for baking and for cooking on the surface burners.
May 17, 2001
Recall of Activity Rockers and Thermador® Ovens
COMBI International Corp., of Carol Stream, Ill., is voluntarily recalling about 4,100 activity rockers to replace their toy bars. One of the toys, a clear plastic ball can crack and break during use, exposing the small beads inside, posing a choking hazard to young children. BSH Home Appliances Corp., of Los Angeles, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 2,300 Thermador® brand combination thermal/microwave ovens. The oven door may not lock properly when the oven is put into the "self clean" mode.
August 31, 1999
Gas Ranges Recalled by Amana
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Amana Appliances, of Amana, Iowa, is recalling about 5,000 gas-fueled, down-draft ranges. The oven locking mechanism could unlock prematurely during the self-clean cycle, allowing the oven door to be opened. Burn injuries are possible to consumers if they are exposed to high oven temperatures.
February 12, 1998
Ovens Recalled by Appliance Corp. of America
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Appliance Corp. of America(ACA) of Great Neck, N.Y., is implementing a voluntarycorrective action program on more than 100,000 toaster andconvection ovens sold under the WELBILT brand name toreplace their power cords. If the power cords touch the backof the oven, they could melt and expose wires, presenting aserious shock hazard to consumers.
DECEMBER 11, 1997
Gas Ranges Recalled by White Consolidated Industries
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), White ConsolidatedIndustries Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio, is recalling about23,000 gas ranges to repair their oven burner assemblies.The oven burner assemblies could have been damaged duringshipment or delivery. A damaged oven burner assembly canallow gas to flow into the home, which could cause a fire oran explosion.
September 16, 1997
Multifunction Ovens Recalled by Tema Dis Ticaret
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Tema Dis Ticaret of Izmir, Turkey, is voluntarilyrecalling about 3,000 Teba brand multifunction ovens. The heating elementscould accumulate moisture and cause electrical current to leak, presentinga potential shock hazard.
November 15, 1995
Modern Maid Oven Recall by Amana
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Amana Refrigeration Inc.of Amana, Iowa, is announcing a recall to repair certainmodels of Modern Maid brand single gas wall ovens. The ovensmay overheat the floor of surrounding cabinets and cause afire.
April 12, 1984
Microwave Ovens Recalled by Microtronics
June 8, 1973
Tappan Built-In Ovens Warning
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