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Hisense USA 因構成衝撞而受傷危害召回冰箱

  • Recalled Hisense 26.6 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator (Model# HRF266N6CSE)
  • Recalled Hisense 26.6 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator (Model# HRF266N6CSE)
  • Serial Number for Recalled Hisense 26.6 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerators
  • Serial Number Location for Recalled Hisense 26.6 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerators About the U.S. CPSC
Name of Product:
Hisense French Door Refrigerators with Ice Maker


Recall Date:
六月 09, 2022

About 55,200 (In addition, 78 in Canada)


Hisense online at, toll-free at 888-497-1189 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET Saturday and Sunday, email at or online at and click on Recall Information at the bottom.



This recall involves Hisense USA’s 26.6 cubic foot capacity stainless steel French door refrigerators with ice maker with model number HRF266N6CSE and with serial numbers C2020050100001 through C2020123109000. The brand name, model, and serial number for each unit are printed on a label located on the left side of the interior of the refrigerator, above the water dispenser. With the serial number, consumers can check to determine whether their refrigerator is included in this recall by clicking The refrigerators are 36 inches wide and 74 inches high.


Consumers should immediately stop using the refrigerator if the recalled refrigerator’s doors fail to open or close normally until they are repaired. Consumers should contact Hisense USA to determine if their unit is part of the recall and to schedule a free in-home service appointment to have the refrigerator door hinges replaced. 


The firm has received 139 reports of the refrigerator doors loosening or detaching and five reports of injuries, including foot bruises and lacerations.

Sold Exclusively At:
Lowe’s stores nationwide and online at from August 2020 through February 2022 for about $1,500.
Hisense USA, of Suwanee, Georgia
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