According to the information found in a series of news articles recently released in the media, certain models of stoves manufactured by Frigidaire, of Charlotte, N.C. are being recalled over a possible fire hazard.
The recall announcement was first issued by the company along the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission at the federal agency’s website and according to the statement, the Frigidaire Self-Clean Gas Range sold exclusively at Lowe’s stores between February 2012 and March 2012 were equipped with a system that could fail, prompting a delayed ignition on the bake/broil features of the device that could eventually pose a serious fire hazard to users.
According to the company and the federal agency, these stoves can be identified by the serial numbers that range from VF20457216 to VF20457555. Consumers with this product in their home should contact the manufacturer at once. The federal agency has claimed that all affected consumers would be entitled to receive a free in-home repair service as soon as possible.
Questions or concerns related to these defective stoves and how such issues could affect you and your loved ones should be entirely addressed to the company. The federal agency has urged consumers who are aware of this recall to avoid delaying to respond so incidents can be prevented. If you’re not sure if your stove is listed under this recall, verify the device’s serial number or contact the firm for more info.