Black & Decker Spacemaker Coffee Maker Recall Issued

About 159,000 Black & Decker Spacemaker coffeemakers have been recalled after hundreds of people had the handle break off, posing a potential risk for burns and other injuries. 

The Spacemaker coffeemaker recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on June 1, indicating that the distributor, Applica Consumer Products Inc., of Miramar, Florida, has received at least 1,276 reports of the handles breaking, including 68 reports of burns and cuts.

The CPSC has determined that the risk of the handle breaking is a burn and cut injury hazard for consumers.

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Black & Decker Spacemaker 12-Cup Programmable Under-the-Cabinet Coffeemakers are impacted by the recall. The coffeemakers were sold in white or black models with the words “BLACK & DECKER SPACEMAKER” printed on the top right-hand corner, a digital clock on the top left-hand corner and five round buttons above the water reservoir.

Model numbers affected by the recall include SDC740, SDC740B, SDC740BR, SDC740C, SDC740DIS, SDC740R, SDC750, SDC750C and SDC750DIS. The model numbers are located on the bottom of the coffeemaker, below the reservior.

The coffeemakers were manufactured in China and sold at major retailers nationwide for about $50 to $80 from July 2008 through May 2012.

The CPSC recommends that any consumers who have the affected coffeemakers should stop using them immediately and contact Applica to receive a free coffee pot replacement. Consumers with questions can call Applica Consumer Products at (866) 708-7846 or visit the company’s website at www.acprecall.com.

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