If the oven liner is not cut or configured for the exact specifications of the oven and it is placed over any vents or other openings in the oven, carbon monoxide can build up, posing a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning to consumers.
This recall involves Gorilla Commerce heavy duty oven liners. The black fiberglass liners were sold in a set of three. Extra Thick and Gorilla Grip with a gorilla logo is printed on the packaging.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled oven liners. The company has notified all known purchasers. Consumers who have not received their refund should contact Gorilla Commerce.
The firm has received one report of a consumer’s carbon monoxide alarm going off when using their oven with the recalled oven liner. No injuries have been reported.
SJL Company Inc., of Philadelphia, Pa.
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