Defective wiring in the food dehydrators can cause a build-up of heat, posing a fire hazard.
Cabela’s at 800-237-4444 anytime, or online at www.cabelas.com for more information.
This recall involves Cabela’s commercial grade 80-liter and 160-liter food dehydrators. The stainless steel dehydrators have model numbers 541549 on the 80 liter, and 541650 on the 160 liters. Model numbers are located on the back panel of the dehydrator.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled dehydrators and contact Cabela’s to receive a replacement product or a refund.
The firm has received nine reports of the product malfunctioning due to defective wiring. No injuries have been reported.
Cabela’s Inc., of Sidney, Neb.
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