Liebherr-Hausgeraete Lienz GmbH, of Austria, has recalled over 5,500 Liebherr Built-In 30-Inch Wide Bottom Freezer Refrigerators. The refrigerator’s door can detach, posing an injury hazard to consumers. Liebherr has received ten reports of doors detaching. No injuries have been reported. This recall involves Liebherr built-in 30-inch wide bottom freezer refrigerators. The refrigerators were sold individually or as side-by-side companion units. The refrigerators come in stainless steel and various custom finishes and are built into the kitchen cabinetry. “Liebherr” is written on the top interior control panel. The model number can be found on a label located behind the bottom drawer on the left interior side of the single door refrigerator.
Appliance and specialty retailers nationwide sold the refrigerators from February 2004 through January 2011 for between $4,400 and $5,000. Consumers with recalled refrigerators should contact Liebherr immediately to schedule a free in-home repair. Consumers should check their refrigerator immediately to see whether the door hinge pin has become loose as indicated by a popped up hinge pin at the top or bottom. If the hinge has not become loose and the door is functioning properly, consumers may continue to use the refrigerator until it is repaired. For additional information, contact Liebherr toll-free at (877) 337-2653 or visit Liebherr’s website at www.liebherr.us.
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