Cuisinart Food Processor Recall: Risk of Injury from Broken Covers
Cuisinart is recalling roughly 25,000 food processors after reports that suggest the blades may loosen and break the covers, posing a risk of broken plastic pieces hitting customers and causing laceration injuries.
The Cuisinart food processor recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission on November 21, indicating that the reversible slicing/shredding disc in the products may loosen during use and strike the food processor’s cover. At least one report has been received of a consumer being struck on the cheek by a piece of the plastic cover, after it cracked while the food processor reversible slicing disc was being used.
The recall includes Cuisinart 7-cup food processors with model numbers MFP-107, MFP-107BC, MFP-107BCWS, MFP-107BK, MFP-107BKWS, MFP-107DCWS, MFP-107MGSLT, MFP-107MR or MFP-107WS. The processors have a seven cup plastic bowl and were sold in white, black, brush chrome, metallic gray, metallic red, and silver colors. The units have Cuisinart stamped on the front with “On”, “Pulse”, and “Off” buttons.
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The processors were manufactured in China under Cuisinart, a division of Conair Corp., of Stamford, Connecticut where they were sold at Belk, Best Buy, Dillard, J.C. Penny, Macy’s, Sears, Williams-Sonoma, and various other nationwide and online at Amazon.com and Zappos.com from October 2012 through June 2013 for about $100.
Consumers should stop using the recalled food processors and contact Cuisinart at 877-339-2534 or visit them online at www.cuisinart.com and navigate to the recall link for information on how to receive at free replacement lid and reversible slicing/shredding disk.
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