For more information, including all 134 model numbers, see the full recall report from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. They were manufactured between August 11, 1995 and September 22, 2017. A 22-year-old Pennsylvania man named Brendan Rosko died in 2014 as a result of two Kidde fire extinguishers failing in the victim's 2014 vehicle crash, according to ABC News.
Kidde will replace defective extinguishers for free. Sixteen of those incidents resulted in injuries, including burns and smoke inhalation, the CPSC said.
The company is aware of one death in 2014 involving the recalled Kidde fire extinguishers.
If you have questions on the recall, you can contact Kidde toll-free at 855-271-0773 from 8:30 a.m.to 5 p.m. EST Monday through Friday or 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. No proof of purchase is required, however, a model number, year of manufacture, and the unit's date code and serial number must be provided. The new extinguishers contain metal parts instead of plastic.
It includes models that were previously recalled in March of 2009 and February of 2015.
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