GE Range Recalled

So you’re cooking on the holidays with multiple pots and pans on the stove. All is well until…your stove is tipping over?! How is this happening?! 

This isn’t supposed to happen, clearly. However, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall on certain ranges to protect the safety of customers. These ranges have been shown to tip over if heavy objects are placed on an open oven door. Conditions of the recall are the following:

  • 20-inch, 24-inch, and 30-inch free-standingnand slide-in ranges.
  •  Includes multiple brands: GE, GE Profile, Hotpoint, Café, Haier, Crosley, and Conservator.
  • A serial number that starts with “HS” or “LS” and ends with “P”). 
  • Manufactured in May to June 2021.

So far, no injuries have been reported, but it’s best not to take the risk. If you have a range that follows the above conditions, have your anti-tip bracket inspected to ensure it was installed correctly. The anti-tip bracket is the main culprit in this tip-over incident and it’s incredibly important to have it inspected even if your range isn’t part of this recall since range tip-overs is the cause of most appliance incidents according to the CPSC. 

Visit GE’s website here to look up your range’s model or serial number and see if it’s qualified to get a repair man out to you. 

Give us a call at (425) 312-6767 if you have any repairs with your range!

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