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Frigidaire Recalls Professional Blenders Due to Laceration Hazard

Frigidaire is no longer selling blenders and the recall remedy is no longer available. Updated 1/18/2023.

  • Frigidaire Professional blender
  • Serial plate with model and serial numbers on bottom of unit
Name of Product:
Frigidaire Professional blenders

The blender's blade shaft assembly can break during use, posing a laceration hazard to consumers.

No Remedy Available
Recall Date:
September 19, 2013

About 14,000

Recall Details


This recall involves Frigidaire Professional© brand blender model FPJB56B7MS with a serial number between FFP 49 1203 0001 and FFP 49 1237 00974. The model and serial numbers are located on a serial plate on the underside of the blender's motor base. Frigidaire Professional is printed on the front base of the blenders. The 5-speed blender is brushed aluminum and has black buttons on the front. The blender container is a 56-oz. clear glass jar with a black lid and a black base. 


Frigidaire is no longer selling blenders and the recall remedy is no longer available.


Frigidaire has received eight reports of the blender's blade shaft assembly breaking. No injuries have been reported.

Sold At:
Best Buy, Target and other stores nationwide and online at, and other online retailers from March 2012 through July 2013 for about $130.

Electrolux Home Care Products Inc., of Charlotte, N.C.


Electrolux Home Care Products Inc., of Charlotte, N.C.

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