2 Million Air Fryers Recalled for Fireplace Danger


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Cosori is recalling greater than 2 million air fryers bought within the U.S., Canada and Mexico as a result of their wire connections can overheat and trigger a fireplace danger.

The U.S. Client Product Security Fee introduced the recall Thursday. The company stated customers ought to cease utilizing the air fryers instantly.

The recall includes a number of mannequin numbers in 3.7-quart and 5.8-quart sizes. The entire items have the Cosori model identify on the entrance.

The air fryers had been bought between June 2018 and December 2022 in Finest Purchase, Goal and Dwelling Depot shops and on-line at Amazon, Walmart and different retailers. They price between $70 and $130.

Shoppers ought to contact Cosori at recall.cosori.com to obtain a free alternative air fryer or one other product. Shoppers should present their contact info and a photograph of their recalled unit. Receipts aren’t wanted.

The Cosori model is owned by Vesync, an organization primarily based in Shenzen, China. Vesync has obtained 205 reviews of air fryers catching fireplace, burning, melting, overheating or smoking. There have been 10 reviews of minor burns and 23 reviews of minor property harm, the company stated.



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