The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of 6,000 GE Monogram 36-inch and 48-inch professional gas ovens. The built in ranges have a design flaw that can cause an electrical arc between the wiring and the gas supply tubes posing a fire hazard. The company has received about six reports of fire, but so far no injuries. The ranges were sold at nationwide from February 2004 through November of 2005. There are eight models being recalled: ZDP48N6RH1SS ZDP48L6RH1SS ZDP48N4GH1SS ZDP48L4GH1SS ZDP48N6DH1SS ZDP48L6DH1SS ZDP36N4DH1SS ZDP36L4DH1SS The recalled ranges have serial numbers starting with DG, FG, GG, HG, LG, MG, RG, SG, TG, VG, ZG, AH, DH, FH, GH, HH, LH, MH, RH, SH. To find the model and serial number, look underneath the top ledge (also called the “bull nose”), above the range controls. If you have one of these ovens, call GE to schedule a free in home repair at 1-866-696-7583. Information on the recall is also included on GE’s Recall Information page at http://GEAppliances.com/ and on the CPSC’s recall site.
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