Bedsure Electric Heating Blanket and Heating Pad Recall Issued After Burn Injury Reports
Federal safety officials are warning consumers to stop using Bedsure Electric Heating Blankets and Pads, following more than a hundred reports involving problems where the devices overheated, melted, burned, or caught on fire, which has resulted in burn injuries and property damage.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the Bedsure Electric Heating Blankets and Heating Pads recall on March 9, impacting approximately 350,000 products sold online on Amazon.com and BedsureHome.com from August 2022 through November 2022.
To date, officials have received at least 137 reports of the recalled heating blankets and pads overheating, including at last 17 incidents that resulted in burns, including one individual who suffered second-degree burns.
The recall includes seven models of Bedsure Electric Heating Blankets and Pads sold online from August 2022 through November 2022 at Amazon.com and BedsureHome.com, including the following model numbers:
According to the CPSC recall notice, the hazard of using the electric heating blankets and pads stems from the controller unit, which can malfunction, posing fire and thermal burn hazards. A white digital controller unit operates most of the electric heating blankets and pads, while a white non-digital controller with Bedsure’s name and symbol on it operates the electric blanket with model BS-LV0A.
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The recalled Bedsure electric heating blankets include models in throw, twin, and full sizes and/or sherpa in sizes 50” x 60,” 62” x 84” and 72” x 84,” and involve various colors depending on the size and model of the blanket. The recalled Bedsure electrics heating pads includes models sold in the sizes 12” x 24,” 24” x 22” and 24” x 33”and colors: brown, gray and teal.
Model numbers of the recalled products can be found on the back of the blankets and pads, the back side of the controller, and on the consumer’s Orders History page on BedsureHome.com.
Consumers may contact Bedsure for a full refund toll-free at 855-888-9966 from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. ET, Monday through Friday, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://safety.bedsurehome.com or www.bedsurehome.com and click on “Recall Information” at the bottom of the page for more information on the recall.
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LDDecember 20, 2023 at 9:28 pm
Bedsure is giving me the runaround as well. I reached out multiple times with all of the product information and even sent photos of the recalled product including the packaging I received it in. Not only are they not reimbursing customers, they will not even allow an exchange.
KimJune 8, 2023 at 1:32 am
I sent in my info as requested over 2 months ago. Where is my refund.
MarciaMarch 16, 2023 at 12:57 pm
Purchased your heating pad from amazon ID 111-3149309-7926610. 12X24 size. Model number is BS-HP-1224 It is on the recall list. I would like a full refund for this product, please. I do not know if you have a special form to fill out, if so send it to me. Any help and cooperation on this matter would be greatly appreciated. Marcia Lopez
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