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    ZLine Recalls Gas Stoves Due to Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    ZLine RG30 30 Inch Gas Range.

    ZLine RG30 30 Inch Gas Range.

    US Consumer Product Safety Commission

    Stoves are meant to cook, not kill, which is why ZLine recalled about 28,000 RG gas stoves on Thursday.

    “Oven gas cooktops can emit dangerous levels of carbon monoxide (CO) while in use, posing a serious risk of injury or death from carbon monoxide poisoning,” the recall notice explains. the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

    ZLine received 44 reports of such broadcasts, the alert says, including three reports from consumers who sought medical attention.

    The RBG-36, RGS-30, RG30, RG36, RGB-30 and RGS-36 models, 30 and 36 inches.

    ZLINE RG30 36-inch gas range.jpg
    The 36-inch version of ZLine’s RG30 gas cooktop. US Consumer Product Safety Commission

    ZLine is offering a repair, but doesn’t seem to have any to offer yet. The alert says that consumers should not use the oven “until a free repair is available” and ZLine is “working to carry out repairs for all affected units.”

    However, the stove tops were given the go-ahead.

    If you have any questions about this recall, or simply want to check on ZLine’s progress in finding a resolution, please call the company at 888-359-4482, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 7 pm EST. or email [email protected].

    Source: El Nuevo Herald

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