Recall Issued for Wolfgang Puck Grills, Shock and Melting Cases Reported

Posted on November 15, 2011

According to recent articles from consumer reports, there was a recall issued for Wolfgang Puck grills. Problems with defected electrical wiring may pose electrical shock hazard among other things.

The news source has stated that something like 27,000 items must be recalled. The overheating and even melting threat linked to the malfunctioning electrical wiring was discovered after the Consumer Product Safety Commission received four reports of shock and two of melting plastic housing.

The recalled products are listed as stainless steel Wolfgang Puck, electric grills/griddles that have thermostatic controls. The recalled model number is BRTGG010 and “Wolfgang Puck Bistro Collection” is impressed on the very front of the product.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer, I urge all consumers who happen to have purchased the recalled Wolfgang grills to contact the manufacturer so they will assist you on how you should proceed to return the product and get your money back. Do not use the recalled product any longer, it is important all consumers stay away from it.

Personal injury lawyers are all too familiar with cases of consumers getting hurt with defected products. Don’t let that happen to you or someone you love but if it does, contact a lawyer right away.

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