Camp Chef remembers transportable stoves resulting from fireplace hazard

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Camp Chef has recalled more than 20,000 storage ovens due after receiving reports of a gas leak.

This month, Camp Chef issued a voluntary recall for three models his portable camping stove. The brand warned that a defect in any part of the oven controller could cause a gas leak and potentially create a fire hazard.

“An internal portion of the gas regulator component can have a burr that can wear or tear a hole in the gasket, causing gas to leak from the top of the regulator,” Camp Chef noted in his recall. The brand said the issue is affecting some of their Mountaineer, Everest 2X, and Rainier 2X ovens.

According to the Consumer Product Safety CommissionAround 20,600 ovens are affected. Camp Chef said it had received 26 reports of gas leaks from regulators, although no violations were reported.

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Only ovens with model numbers MS40A, MSHP, or MSGG and with gas regulators dated “1923” through “2030” (inclusive) are part of this recall. Customers can find the model number on the manufacturer’s label on the bottom of the oven. The controller code is printed directly on the controller.

Affected models sold for $ 150 to $ 300 at retailers nationwide from August 2019 to September 2020.

Camp Chef will replace the affected models with a new gas regulator kit free of charge.

You can contact Camp Chef at 800-650-2433 or at [email protected]or find more information Here.

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