CPSC, Appliance Corp. of America Announce Recall of Ovens

RELEASE DATE February 12 1998
MANUFACTURER Daysun Industries
BRANDS Welbilt
UNITS About 100,000
HAZARD  If the power cords touch the back of the oven, they could melt and expose wires, presenting a serious shock hazard to consumers.
DESCRIPTION The power cord is white. This oven is also a broiler, rotisserie and griddle.
INCIDENTS/INJURIES There have been no reports of power cords melting.
SOLD AT Department and mass merchandise stores, warehouse clubs, mail order catalogs and television shopping networks nationwide.
SOLD DATES January 1996 through December 1997
REMEDY Consumers should stop using the ovens immediately and discard or destroy them. The firm is out of business, and cannot be contacted.
SOURCE U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission

Recalled Models

Brand NameProduct NameModel NumberSerial Number
WelbiltToaster Oven TBR5 Any
WelbiltConvection Oven GTC1, CVN35 Any
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