CPSC – Char-Broil Recalls Patio Bistro Gas Grills Due to Burn Hazard

The electronic ignition on the grill can ignite unexpectedly, posing a burn hazard. This recall involves two Char-Broil Gas Patio Bistro Grills: the model 240 Full Size grill and the model 180 Table Top grill. Both are single-burner propane gas grills equipped with a battery-operated integrated electronic ignition and intended only for outdoor use. The recalled grills have round black bodies with silver/aluminum trim. The words Char-Broil and Patio Bistro are printed near the thermometer on the grills lid and near the control knob on the front of the grill. The grills have a rating label on the bottom support on the back of the unit that states Char-Broil, LLC, the model number and other information. The recalled Patio Bistro grills were sold with the following model numbers: 11601558, 11601558-A1, 12601558, 12601558-A2, and 12601713. The Char-Broil grills affected by this recall were sold at hardware stores and other retailers nationwide, including Ace Hardware, Home Depot, Sears, Target, True Value and online from Amazon.com from September 2010 to June 2013. Consumers should immediately stop using the grills and contact Char-Broil for instructions on how to order and install a free repair kit. For more information on this recall, contact Char-Broil toll free at 866-671-7988, or visit the companys website and click on Recalls at the bottom of the page. Posted: Thursday, August 15, 2013
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Federal safety officials announced the recall on Thursday. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the recall involves 69,300 Char-Broil Gas Patio Bistro Grills. Two models are included in the recall: the model 240 Full Size grill (11601558, 11601558-A1, 12601558 and 12601558-A2) and the model 180 Table Top grill (12601713). Quick Clicks Texans WR Hopkins leaves game with head injury Officials said the electronic ignition on the grill can ignite unexpectedly. Char-Broil has had more than two dozen reports of the flame going out and unexpectedly reigniting when the control knob was turned off. Officials said of the 26 reports, there were four reports of burns, including one with burns to the nose, chin and hair, and seven other reports of burned or singed hair. The grills were sold nationwide at Ace Hardware, Home Depot, Sears, Target, True Value and online from Amazon.com from September 2010 to June 2013. Consumers with one of the two recalled models should immediately stop using the grills and contact Char-Broil for a free repair kit. Call the company at 1-866-671-7988 or click here for more information . Copyright 2013 by Click2Houston.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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ET Saturday, or online at http://www.charbroil.com and click on Recalls at the bottom of the page. About 69,300 in the U.S. and 1,900 in Canada Description The recall involves two Char-Broil Gas Patio Bistro Grills: the model 240 Full Size grill and the model 180 Table Top grill. Both are single-burner propane gas grills equipped with a battery-operated integrated electronic ignition and intended only for outdoor use. The grills have round black bodies with silver/aluminum trim. The words Char-Broil and Patio Bistro are printed near the thermometer on the grills lid and near the control knob on the front of the grill. The grills have a rating label on the bottom support on the back of the unit that states Char-Broil, LLC, the model number and other information. The grills were sold with the following model numbers: Char-Broil Gas Patio Bistro 240 Full Size 11601558, 11601558-A1, Char-Broil Gas Patio Bistro 180 Table Top 12601713 Incidents/Injuries Char-Broil has received 26 reports of the burner flame going out and then unexpectedly reigniting when the consumer turned the control knob to OFF. The 26 reports include four reports of burns, including one with burns to the nose, chin and hair, and seven other reports of burned or singed hair. Remedy Consumers should immediately stop using the grills and contact Char-Broil for instructions on how to order and install a free repair kit. Sold at Hardware stores and other retailers nationwide, including Ace Hardware, Home Depot, Sears, Target, True Value and online from Amazon.com from September 2010 to June 2013 for about for about $175 for the full size grill and $135 for the table top grill. Importer Char-Broil, LLC, of Columbus, Ga. Manufactured in China The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is still interested in receiving incident or injury reports that are either directly related to this product recall or involve a different hazard with the same product. Please tell us about your experience with the product on SaferProducts.gov CPSC is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated with the use of the thousands of consumer products under the agency’s jurisdiction. Deaths, injuries and property damage from consumer product incidents cost the nation more than $900 billion annually.
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