Electric Ranges Recalled by Arçelik A.S. Due to Shock and Electrocution Hazards

Untitled-1Arçelik A.S. has recalled Blomberg and Summit electric ranges as they can become energized, posing electric shock and electrocution hazards to a consumer who touches the range. The voluntary recall consists of approximately 6,300 Blomberg and Summit brand freestanding electric ranges. The electric ranges can become energized because a screw was not installed to secure the grounding strap during manufacturing, posing electric shock and electrocution hazards.

This recall involves Blomberg BERU 24200 SS, BERU 24100 SS and Summit CLRE24 24-inch wide freestanding glass top electric ranges. The ranges were sold in stainless steel and black. A label on the lower frame of the range inside the oven door has the brand name “Blomberg” or “Summit,” the model name and number BERU 24200 SS, BERU 24100 SS or CLRE24 and a 10-digit serial number.

In August 2016, a 52-year-old professional plumber from Portsmouth, New Hampshire died from electrocution when he came in contact with an energized range and a grounded object.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled ranges, and avoid all direct contact with the product until the electricity supply is shut off. Consumers should contact Arçelik A.S. to schedule a free on-site inspection and repair.

Reference: CPSC

2 Responses

  1. Emilio

    Hi. I have Bloomberg Electric ovens and I noticed you have recalls on them due to manufacturing issues causing electric shock or electrocution causing death. I have model # BERU 24100 SS. What can be done about this recall issue? I’m located in NYC. Recall date was issued may 24,2017


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