The burner control knob can be incorrectly labeled, which can result in the grill being unintentionally left on, posing a fire hazard.
This recall involves the Traeger Flatrock Flat Top Grills powered by propane. The product is black in color and has a closeable lid with a silver handle and the name “Traeger” written on it in black with the Traeger logo. The product is approximately 74 inches long by 27 inches wide by 36 inches tall and weighs about 189 lbs. The grills have a silver color label located on the rear with SKU Number as 1DFL42LLA.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Traeger Flatrock Flat Top Grills and contact Traeger for inspection instructions and, if the burner control knobs are incorrectly labeled, consumers will receive a free repair kit.
The firm has received 57 reports of flame adjustment knobs being incorrectly labeled. No fires or injuries have been reported.
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