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Royal Gourmet has recalled about 1,100 gas grills because the grill's gas regulator hose can melt, posing a fire hazard. Royal Gourmet has received six reports of the grill catching fire, but no reports of injuries, according to the release from the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Details of the Gas Grill Recall
The recall: About 1,100 Royal Gourmet gas grills. The recall involves three models of two-burner grills, but only specific colors and date codes for each of the three models. The model numbers of the recalled units are GG2004, GG2005, and GG2006 with date codes EBA20170525D-1, EBA20170525D-2, and EBA20170525D-3. The recalled gas grills include Model Number GG2004 in red color, GG2005 in black color and GG2006 in silver color. The model numbers can be found on the rear base of the gas grills, at the bottom of the frame.
The risk: The grill's plastic regulator hose can melt, potentially starting a fire.
Incidents/injuries: Royal Gourmet has received six reports of fire, but no reports of injuries.
Where and when sold: Exclusively at Wayfair.com from August, 2017 through November 2019 for about $240.
The remedy: Stop using the recalled grill immediately and contact Royal Gourmet for a free accessory repair kit.
Contact information: Call Royal Gourmet at 800-618-6798; email email@example.com; or go to Royal Gourmet's website, at royalgourmetusa.com, and click on Recall.
Report a defective product: Call the CPSC hotline at 800-638-2772 or go to saferproducts.gov.
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