Microwaves recalled Kenwood and Russell Hobbs
Kenwood and Russell hobs microwaves have been recalled over a risk they could catch fire over 50000 models could be affected.
The Microwaves being recalled – fears that faulty component could cause fire and the microwaves sold with Kenwood and Russell Hobbs brand name affected and were being sold eight years ago by white goods superstore Currys.
The models affected by the defect were sold up to eight years ago, but the potential safety risk has only just been issued.
all of the microwaves were sold under the Kenwood and Russell Hobbs brand names between 2006 and 2011 through electrical retailer Currys, and are stamped on the back with model label CJ/AL28 if you have one of these models these are the only models to be affected
Currys has issued a warning with anyone with a microwave of this type to unplug it and not switch it back on.
All those affected by this recall can get a replacement or a credit note by returning the product to any Currys store, with no receipt necessary.
For any further information please contact your nearest Currys store.