Char-Broil Recalling Patio Bistro Gas Grills
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a release stating that Char-Broil is recalling 69,300 units of two models of their Patio Bistro Gas Grills.
About the Char-Broil Grill Recalls
- According to the CPSC release, there have been 26 reports of the grills igniting unexpectedly.
- Several of the incidents have resulted in burns.
- The grills were sold at hardware shops including Home Depot, Target, Ace Hardware, and Sears between September 2010 and June 2013.
- The CPSC recommends consumers stop using the grill and contact the manufacturer.
Details on the Char-Broil Grills and Patio Bistro Gas Grills
The recall concerns two models produced by Char-Broil:
The model 240 Full Size Grill
- Model Numbers (11601558, 11601558-A1, 12601558, 12601558-A2)
- Sold for approximately $175
The model 180 Table Top Grill
- Model Number (12601713)
- Sold for approximately $135
- The model 240 Full Size Grill
- The products are single burner propane grills with a battery operated electronic ignition.
- The products are black with round bodies and an aluminum trim.
- “Char Broil” and “Patio Bistro” can be found printed near the thermometer and on the near the control knob on the front of the grill.
- The model number is on a label located on the bottom support on the back of the unit.
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