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CE North America Recalls Fan Heaters

KUL Fan Heater
KUL Fan Heater Model Label
KUL Fan Heater

KUL Fan Heater

KUL Fan Heater Model Label

KUL Fan Heater Model Label

Name of Product:
KUL Fan Heaters
The fan heaters can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
Recall Date:
February 04, 2016
About 28,000 in the United States (in addition, about 260 were sold in Canada)
Consumer Contact

CE North America toll-free at 844-645-3208 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email at or online at and click on the "Product Recall" link at the bottom of the page for more information. 

Recall Details


This recall involves KUL small, black portable fan heaters.  The KUL logo is printed on the front bottom of the heaters next to the power dial. The fan heater measures about 9 inches long by 5 inches wide by 10.5 inches tall. The fans weigh about two pounds. An adhesive label is on the bottom of the heater with model number "KU39229" and "Date: 0515" in the lower right-hand corner. 


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled fan heaters and contact CE North America for instructions on returning the recalled heaters with a prepaid shipping label. The firm will issue a refund check upon receipt of the returned fan heaters.  


CE North America has received four reports of the fan heaters overheating and catching on fire. No injuries have been reported.  

Sold Exclusively At

Bed, Bath & Beyond stores nationwide and online at  from August 2015 through October 2015 for about $20.  

Manufactured In:

CE North America LLC, of Miami, Fla. 

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