LG Electric Range Recalled for Fire Hazard
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with LG Electronics Inc., announced a voluntary recall of the LG Electric Ranges.
LG Electric Range Recall
Information provided by US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC):
- This recall involves about 161,000 units
- The ranges were sold at Best Buy, Home Depot, Sears, and regional appliance retailers nationwide
- The product was sold from January 2006 to June 2010 for between $800 and $1999.
- The recalled items involve models LRE30451, LRE30453, LRE30755, LRE30757, and LRE30955ST.
- The models were sold in black, white and stainless steel, and with a smooth black ceramic glass cooking top.
- A complete list of serial numbers is listed on the recall website.
- The model and serial numbers can be found on a label that can be seen by opening the storage drawer at the base of the unit. The electric ranges are about 47½ inches tall to the top of the backguard, 29 inches wide and 28 inches deep.
Burners Can Fail to Turn Off
- The LG Electric Range were recalled because the burners sometimes do not turn off after the electric range has been switched off.
- In addition, the temperature of the burners can increase during use without warning, causing a burn hazard.
- LG has received 80 reports of incidents related to the LG Electric Range.
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