Burlington Coat Factory Recalls Bella Kitchen Slow Cookers Over Fire Risk

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recalled some of its Bella Kitchen five-quart programmable slow cookers after 60 reports of the control panels smoking, melting, sparking and in some cases catching fire, said the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

So far, no one has been reported hurt from using the slow cookers, although 14 incidents resulted in minor damage to counter tops, CPSC said.

These recalled slow cookers have the same model number and date codes as about 25,000 Bella Kitchen slow cookers sold at Kohl's Department Stores that were recalled last summer. Those cookers were distributed by the Canadian company Sensio Inc. The current batch of recalled slow cookers from Burlington Coat Factory were made in China and imported by Lehrhoff ABL of New Jersey.