“Perfect Flame” Outdoor Grills Recalled Due to Fire and Burn Hazards

November 19, 2009 – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Lucas Innovation Inc., of China, today announced a voluntary recall of the Perfect Flame SLG Series Gas Grills.  The burners of the grills can deteriorate causing irregular flames and the lids of some models can catch fire, posing fire and burn hazards to the consumer.

The recalled grills are SLG series “Perfect Flame” brand outdoor propane or natural gas grills. The grills are stainless steel and painted black or gray metal. The model numbers affected by this recall are listed below.

*          Model No. SLG2006B (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2006BN (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2006C (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2006CN (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2007A (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Available).

*          Model No. SLG2007B (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Available).

*          Model No. SLG2007BN (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Available).

*          Model No. SLG2007D (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2007DN (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Not Available).

*          Model No. SLG2008A (Replacement Burners Available, Replacement Lids Available).

The model number can be found in the compartment under the cooking chamber. No other Perfect Flame model numbers are included in this recall.

The firm has received about 40 reports of fires from the burners deteriorating and about 23 reports of the lids catching fire. The firm is aware of one report of an eye injury requiring surgery and 21 incidents of minor burns to the hands, arms or face.

The grills were sold exclusively at Lowe’s retail outlets nationwide from September 2005 through May 2009 for between $200 and $550 (U.S.) and in Canada from December 2007 through May 2009 for between $200 and $250 (CAN).  About 663,000 of the grills were sold in the United States, and about 1,700 in Canada.

Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective product, contact the Defective Product lawyers of the Gomez Law Firm today

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