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Enesco Recalls Shelly's Diner Collectible Due to Fire Hazard

  • Shelly’s Diner Collectible
  • Power Adapter
  • Stamp on the bottom of the ceramic product
  • Stamp on the bottom of the ceramic product
Name of Product:
Shelly's Diner® Collectible Ceramic
Hazard:
The diner's power adapter can overheat and melt the adapter's plastic housing, posing a fire hazard.
Remedy:
Refund
Replace
Recall Date:
December 13, 2012
Units:
About 1,600
Consumer Contact

Enesco, LLC at (800) 436-3726 from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday CT or online at www.department56.com/recall for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

The recalled product is part of the Department 56 Original Snow Village collection of lighted buildings and comes with a traditional power cord that lights the interior and a separate power adapter that lights the exterior.  The collectible is a ceramic building shaped like a diner and is approximately 10 ? inches long by 6 ? inches high and 4 ? inches deep. This recall includes diners with date codes 03 12 JP01 or 05 12 JP01 stamped on the bottom of the diner.

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the diner's power adapter and contact Enesco for a free replacement adapter or a full refund.

Incidents/Injuries:

Enesco has received two reports of power adapters partially melting due to overheating.  No injuries or property damage were reported.

Sold At
Holiday stores and gift shops nationwide and online at amazon.com from July 2012 through September 2012 for about $120.
Manufactured In:
China
Recall number:
13-067
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