Sherwood Marketing Recalls Rice Cookers over Fire, Shock Hazard

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Sherwood Marketing is issuing a recall on approximately 175,000 of their 3 Squares rice and slow cookers over a fire and electrical shock hazard.

About the 3 Squares Rice and Slow Cooker Recall

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the wiring inside the recalled rice and slow cookers can cause an electrical shorting. This shorting poses a shock, electrocution, and fire risk.

There have been three reports concerning the recalled products, in which one cooker sparked when turned on and another turned on by itself. The recalled cooker is linked to one shock injury as well.

Consumers are advised to stop using the product immediately. Owners can visit the 3 Squares website and follow their procedures for receiving a new rice cooker, free of charge.

Description of the 3 Squares Recalled Rice and Slow Cookers

The recall involves several 3 Squares-brand rice and slow cooker products. The Tim3 Machin3 and Mini Tim3 Machin3

The following products are subject to the recall:

  • Tim3 Machin3
    • Model: 3RC-2020S
  • Tim3 Machin3
    • Model: 3RC-3010S & 3RC-9010S
  • Tim3 Machin3 Two
    • Model: 3RC-5020
  • Mini Tim3 Machin3
    • Model: 3RC-3434

The model number is listed on the silver rating label sticker on the side of the machine. These recalled products were sold at home, hardware, and mass merchandisers across the country. In addition, the rice cookers were sold online at Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, Costco, Get3Squares, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Target, Wayfair, and other websites.

Products were sold between December 15, 2015, and July 2016.

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