Cabela's Recalls Dehydrators Due To Fire Hazard
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
Cabela’s, the popular sporting goods and outdoors store, is recalling around 3,000
commercial food dehydrators due to defective wiring. Cabela’s states
that this can cause a build-up of heat and can pose a fire hazard. They
have received nine reports of malfunctions with these units. There are
two units being recalled, the 80 liters and the 160 liters. Consumers
who have bought either of these dehydrators should immediately stop using
the recalled product and contact the company directly to have them replaced
or a given a refund. The dehydrators were sold nationwide at their stores
and online at Cabelas.com.
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