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WilliamsRDM Recalls StoveTop FireStop Microhood

  • StoveTop FireStop Microhood Model 677-1 (black)
  • StoveTop FireStop Microhood Model 677-2 (white)
  • StoveTop FireStop Microhood “Replace Before” date location
Name of Product:
The StoveTop FireStop® Microhood™ Fire Suppressors
Hazard:
The Microhood front canister can fall from the unit and fail to suppress the fire.
Remedy:
Repair
Recall Date:
August 21, 2014
Units:
About 103,000
Consumer Contact

WilliamsRDM toll-free at (888) 616-7976 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST Monday through Friday or online at www.stovetopfirestop.com and click on "StoveTop FireStop Microhood Safety Notice" at the bottom of the page for more information.

Recall Details

Description:

The recalled product is the StoveTop FireStop Microhood. It is a flame activated, dry chemical powder, fire suppression device that mounts over a residential cooktop stove, underneath a microwave oven. The Microhood units are plastic/metal and come in black and white. They are about 14 inches long and 4 inches wide and 3 inches high. The recalled model numbers are 677-1 (black) and 677-2 (white) with a "Replace Before" date of June 2014 thru August 2019.  This date is located on the bottom of each unit.

Remedy:

Contact WilliamsRDM for a free inspection kit which includes instructions and a tool for performing an on-site inspection and repair of the units. Alternately, units can be shipped back to WilliamsRDM for a free inspection/repair. Firm is contacting consumers directly.

Incidents/Injuries:

None reported

Sold At

HD Supply,Wilmar Industries, Louisville Fire & Safety and other contractor supply companies from June 2009 to August 2014 for about $80.

Importer:

WilliamsRDM, Inc., of Ft. Worth, Texas

Manufacturer

WilliamsRDM, Inc., of Ft. Worth, Texas

Manufactured In:
USA
Recall number:
14-745
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