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The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently issued a press release about Whirlpool recalling KitchenAid electric kettles due to a potential burn hazard. According to the CPSC, the handle on these 1.7-liter electric kettles can loosen and separate from the body of the kettle. This can cause hot boiling liquid contents to spill, which poses a serious risk of burn hazard and injury to the consumer. At this time, approximately 40,200 defective kettles sold in the U.S. are being recalled. If you have one of these KitchenAid kettles, you need to stop using it immediately and contact Whirlpool for a free replacement.

KitchenAid Electric Kettle Models Being Recalled

  • KEK1722SX (Stainless)
  • KEK1722ER (Red)
  • KEK1722OB (Black)
  • KEK1722WH (White)
  • KEK1722QG (Liquid Graphite)
  • KEK1722CS (Cocoa Silver)
  • RKEK1722SX (Stainless)
  • RKEK1722ER (Red)
  • RKEK1722OB (Black)
  • RKEK1722WH (White)
  • RKEK1722QG (Liquid Graphite)
  • RKEK1722CS (Cocoa Silver)

Details of The KitchenAid Electric Kettle Recall

These kettles were sold at Bed Bath & Beyond, Dillard’s, Target, Amazon and a variety of other retail and online stores between September 2013 and February 2018. They came in a variety of colors including stainless steel, red, black, white, liquid graphite and cocoa silver. Currently, there have been 79 reports of the handles separating from the kettle in the U.S. An additional 19 reports have been made in Canada. At least four burn injuries have been reported in connection with these defective electric kettles.

Defective KitchenAid Electric Kettles

If you’re not sure if your electric kettle is one of the ones being recalled, check for the model number and serial numbers. They are located on the bottom of the kettle. Concerned consumers can find a complete list of the model and serial numbers included in this recall at Whirlpool’s website. When in doubt, stop using your kettle until you can determine whether or not it is safe to use. If your kettle is being impacted by the recall, contact Whirlpool for a free replacement.

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