According to a report released by the CPSC, the hose of the gas grill’s tank can pose a fire hazard to consumers if it gets too close to the firebox. Fiesta Gas Grills, the Dickson, Tennessee-based importer of Blue Ember Grills, has received 161 reports of grill fires. Included in the reports were incidents involving nine injuries, including two cases of major burns on different parts of the victims’ bodies; six cases of minor burns; and an incident involving temporary hearing loss
Did you or anyone you know happen to buy one of those nice-looking silver cabinet-style gas grills sometime between November 2006 and May 2009? Not sure of the brand? Take a look and share the following news with friends and family.
The gas grills being recalled are Blue Ember liquid propane (LP) outdoor grills in a range of model and serial numbers. The cabinet-style grills have two doors and is silver and black or silver and gray. The “Blue Ember” logo is printed on the grill’s hood. The model and serial numbers are printed on a rating plate label on the back of the grill.
Blue Ember gas grills under recall were sold in the U.S. between November 2006 and June 2008; and in Canada between November 2006 and May 2009. The grills were sold at various retailers from November 2006 through June 2008 for $400–$500 in the U.S. and from November 2006 through May 2009 for $400–$600 in Canada.
If you or someone you know is the owner of one of these gas grills, you should immediately stop using the grill and contact Fiesta Gas Grills to obtain a free replacement grease pan assembly and instructions for installing the part and the gas tank.