Aldi is recalling its “CROFTON” Chef’s Collection saucepan 6L Pressure Cooker over concerns that a potentially defective lid may cause users severe burn and scald injuries.
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What’s the Problem?
August 7, 2017 – Pressure cookers affected by the recall may have a defective locking mechanism which causes the lid to detach while cooking, according to Aldi.
“If this happens, there is a risk of scalding to the user,” the company said. “ALDI takes product quality and safety very seriously, and wish to advise all customers of a recall.”
Recalled Crofton pressure cookers can be identified by the year “2017” printed on the base plate. No other pressure cooker models are affected by this recall, according to Aldi.
The cookers were supplied by H&H Asia Ltd, and sold in Aldi stores across the U.S. and overseas between June 28 and July 21, 2017. If you purchased one, stop using it and return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
To date, no burn injuries or other incidents have been reported, Aldi said.
Do I Have a Crofton Pressure Cooker Recall Lawsuit?
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