Dehumidifier recall expands following 450 fires, $19 million in damage

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of millions of dehumidifiers sold under a variety of brand names this week.

Below is the information on this particular recall.

Recalled dehumidifier

Recalled dehumidifier

Gree dehumidifiers – The dehumidifiers can overheat, smoke and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazards to consumers. 450 fires have been reported, causing an estimated $19 million in property damage. About 2.5 million units across several brand names — including Frigidaire and Kenmore — are impacted. Full refunds are available. Click here to see specific model numbers as well as for information on obtaining a full refund.  [NOTE: This is a separate recall from another that had been announced earlier this month]

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2 comments

  • Jay

    This is what you get when you do your manufacturing in China I wonder why Trump wants to bring our jobs back prior to World War II over 50% of the products going around the world came from the USA you can’t get the American dream if you work for a big corporation