The gas hose can come into contact with the heat shield, melting the hose and igniting the fire table, posing a fire hazard.
About 470 (In addition, about 14 units were sold in Canada)
Ove Decors toll-free at 866-839-2888 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at https://www.ovedecors.com/us/vanessa-firetable-recall or www.ovedecors.com/us/ and click on “Product Recall” for more information.
This recall involves Ove Decors’ Vanessa and Martha Stewart Lily Pond gas fire tables. The dark charcoal-colored round, 50,000 BTU fire tables measure about 42 inches in diameter and 23.5 inches tall; and weighs about 154 lbs. They have a cement base with a pull-out tray for a standard-sized liquid propane (LP) tank and a powder-coated steel fire bowl with a black artificial stone top and reflective glass bead fire bed. The tables operate with push button ignition and have an adjustable flame with a steel burner cover included. Lily Pond models were sold only on www.lowes.com.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled fire tables, make sure the gas tank is OFF, and contact Ove Decors for a free repair kit, including shipping. Consumer will receive a spring hook to keep the hose away from the heat shield and a warning label.
Ove Decors has received one incident report of a gas hose melting causing the table to catch fire. No injuries have been reported.
Ove Decors, of Laval, QC, Canada
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