Insignia Air Fryer models pose a risk of fire and burns

Best Buy is recalling several models of air fryers sold in its stores and online because they could overheat and pose fire and burn risks.

The recall affects Insignia Digital Air Fryers, Insignia Analog Air Fryers and Insignia Digital Air Fryer Ovens, the a Consumer Product Safety Commission Statement.

Best Buy received 68 reports from US consumers and 36 reports from Canadian consumers that the devices caught fire, burned, or melted, the agency said.

The reports include seven incidents of minor property damage and two reports of injuries, including one to a child’s leg, the CPSC said.

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The products were sold between November 2018 and February 2022 in Best Buy stores and on their website, as well as through eBay and Google. Air fryer prices range from $30 to $150.

Best Buy has one List of affected air fryers available on his website. Consumers can look for the model number on the bottom of their device to confirm if it has been recalled.

Consumers are advised to stop using the air fryers and contact Best Buy for a refund, which is available as credit for use in Best Buy stores and online. The company provides prepaid boxes and labels for return shipment of the air fryers. Best Buy said it will not issue credit or refunds for products returned to stores.

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