Keystone Manufacturing Co. and QVC Recall Convection Ovens with Rotisserie Due to Fire and Electrical Shock Hazards

RELEASE DATE September 12 2007
MANUFACTURER Keystone Manufacturing Co.
BRANDS Cook's Essentials, Deni 
UNITS About 32,000
HAZARD Wires behind the control panel can overheat, posing fire and electric shock hazards.
DESCRIPTION  This recall involves the Cook's Essentials Multi-Function Convection Oven with Pull-Out Rotisserie (model number 910500), which was also sold as the Deni Convection Oven with Rotisserie (model number 10500). These are countertop ovens and the brand name "Cook's Essentials" or "Deni" is found on the front right panel.
INCIDENTS/INJURIES There have been 49 reports of incidents, including five minor burns, five electrical shocks and 11 incidents of minor property damage to kitchen cabinets and countertops.
SOLD AT The Cook's Essentials brand was sold exclusively through QVC and the Deni brand was sold through various on-line retailers.
SOLD DATES October 2006 through May 2007
MANUFACTURED IN China
REMEDY Consumers should immediately stop using the oven and contact QVC or Keystone to receive a replacement oven or a refund. QVC and Keystone have notified consumers by telephone and by mail to stop using the oven.
CONSUMER CONTACT Contact Phone: (800) 367-9444
SOURCE U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Recalled Models

Brand NameProduct NameModel NumberSerial Number
Cook's EssentialsMulti-Function Convection Oven with Pull-Out Rotisserie 910500 Any
Deni Deni Convection Oven with Rotisserie 10500 Any
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