April 22, 2004
- Hamilton Beach Recall of Espresso/Cappuccino Makers
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Hamilton Beach/Proctor-Silex, Inc., of Glen Allen, Virginia, is voluntarily recalling 20,160 Hamilton Beach Cappuccino Plus Espresso and Cappuccino Makers. The steam tube inside the espresso/cappuccino maker can burst under pressure, presenting a risk of injury to consumers. This can occur if the frothing nozzle becomes clogged and the espresso button is pushed while attempting to froth milk.
March 6, 1997
- Mr. Coffee Espresso/Cappuccino Makers Filter Repair
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product SafetyCommission (CPSC), Health o meter Inc. of Bedford Heights, Ohio, isvoluntarily recalling about 50,000 Mr. Coffee espresso/cappuccino makersto replace their filter holders and filter baskets. The construction ofthe filter holder could make it difficult for consumers to rotate theholder securely into position. If the filter holder is not rotatedsecurely into position, it can dislodge under pressure. As a result, itcan break the glass carafe and consumers can be cut by broken glass orburned by escaping steam, coffee, or coffee grounds.
January 2, 1996
- E20/E25 Espresso/Cappuccino Makers Recalled by Braun
December 21, 1994
- Espresso Makers Action by Krups
August 17, 1992
- Espresso Master Warning by Braun
April 10, 1987; Revised March 24, 2004
- Coffee/Expresso/Cappuccino Maker Recalled by Salton
September 29, 1982
- Pronto Caffe Espresso/Cappuccino Machines Recalled by Continental Gourmet