Cove Appliance Recalls Dishwashers Due to Fire Hazard – About 42,000 sold
On June 16, 2021, Cove Appliance has recalled their 24-inch built-in dishwashers due to fire hazards. The heating element in the dishwasher can fail to properly shut off and can overheat.
42,000 units of these dishwashers were sold at home appliance stores nationwide from February 2018 through May 2021 for between $2,400 and $2,500.
There have been five reports of burning smells, flames and smoking inside the dishwashers. No injuries have been reported yet.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled dishwashers, unplug them from their power source, and contact Cove Appliance to schedule a free repair. Cove Appliance will install a second thermal protection device and replace the dishwasher’s heating element.
Consumers can contact Cove Appliance toll-free at 888-651-9376 from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, e-mail at [email protected] or online at coveappliance.com/recall or at www.coveappliance.com and click “learn more” in the safety recall section for more information.
Recall number: 21-151
BRP Recalls All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) Due to Crash Hazard – About 4,600 units sold
This recall involves 44 model year 2021 Can-Am Outlander and Renegade models. The vehicles were sold in various colors. The model name is printed on the side panels of the vehicles. The vehicle identification number (VIN) is printed on the frame under the seat in the middle and on the frame behind the right front wheel. The list of recalled model names can be found at www.cpsc.gov
BRP has received one incident of a detached steering knuckle resulting in the rider losing control and crashing. No injuries were reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled vehicles and contact a Can-Am dealer for a free repair. BRP is contacting all known purchasers directly.
These ATVs were sold at Can-Am dealers nationwide from January 2021 to May 2021 for between $8,500 and $15,000 and manufactured in Mexico.
Recall number: 21-753. Recall date: June 10, 2021.
Non-Contact Voltage Testers Recalled by Klein Tools Due to Shock Hazard – Almost 1.7 million units sold!
This recall involves Klein Tools Non-Contact Voltage Testers with model numbers NCVT1 and date codes ending H7. The product was also sold separately and in kits.
The on/off button can remain depressed during the power on or power off cycle, causing the tester to work improperly. Consumers testing electrical sources could fail to be warned of the presence of live voltage if the tester is not properly operating, posing a shock hazard to the users.
Klein Tools has received two reports of incidents of the voltage tester not working properly, including one shock injury.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled non-contact voltage testers and contact Klein Tools for instructions on receiving a free replacement tool.
The Home Depot stores and industrial distributors, electrical wholesalers and some hardware stores nationwide from January 2020 through March 2021 for about $17 (for units sold separately) and about $40-$68 (for kits).
Recall number: 21-150. Recall date: June 6, 2021.
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