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WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- LG Electronics is recalling about 161,000 of its electric ranges over fire and burn concerns.
Safety officials say burners
on the electric ranges can fail to turn off after being switched off
and the temperature setting can increase unexpectedly during use, posing
burn and fire hazards to consumers.
LG has received 80 reports of
incidents involving burners failing to turn off or the temperature
setting increasing unexpectedly during use. No fires or injuries have
Click here to see the models involved in this recall.
The ranges were sold at Best Buy, Home Depot, Sears, and regional appliance retailers nationwide from January 2006 to June 2010.
If you own a recalled range, immediately contact LG to schedule a free in-home repair. Consumers
whose burner heat setting cannot be regulated by using the controls or
who experience problems with a cooktop burner remaining on, should
immediately stop using the recalled electric range until it is repaired. For more information, contact LG by phone at 1-855-400-4638 or visit their website.
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