Canada/Ottawa: Conair Consumer Products recalls some Cuisinart Food Processors due to laceration hazard. HCSC: http://ht.ly/nNy7k
- Cuisinart, 7-Cup (1.75 L) Food Processor, model: MFP-107BCC; UPC: 068459080301
- Cuisinart, 7-Cup (1.75 L) Food Processor, model: MFP-107BCHC; UPC: 068459093462
According to Health Canada, if the user overfills the work bowl when using the slicing portion of the reversible slicing / shredding disc of the product, the disc can possibly rise and cause the cutting blade to strike the inner portion of the cover when the unit is running. This may create a potential laceration hazard.
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Filed under: Health Canada/Santé Canada, Home & Residential, Laceration hazard | Tagged: Conair Consumer Products, Cuisinart Food Processors, HCSC ID number: RA-34865, Laceration hazard, Recalls Direct RIN: 2013-2376 |