Walmart Instant Pot Recall
The recall was announced on March 1, 2018 for the “Instant Pot Gem 65 8-in-1 Multicookers” after at least 107 reports involving overheating, including 5 incidents that caused property damage.
Similarly, are all instant pots recalled?
No, your Instant Pot pressure cooker has not been recalled.
In this regard, are Instant Pots safe?
Instant Pot is a very safe pressure cooker with 10 proven safety mechanisms. Don’t worry. It is not going to explode on you anytime soon. 🙂 Most accidents happen due to user error and can be easily avoided.
Can instant pots explode?
Instant Pot Explosions
Buyer beware — Instant Pots, like all pressure cookers, can potentially explode and cause severe scalds and burns if they are used improperly. Unlike traditional stovetop pressure cookers, Instant Pots have a number of advanced safety features to help reduce the risk of explosions.
Your serial number is located at the bottom of the cooker and the model number is located on the silver sticker at the back of the cooker.
Jarden’s Sunbeam Products, Inc. subsidiary continues to manufacture products under the Rival and Holmes brands, although Crock-Pot was spun off as its own brand and its slow cookers no longer feature the Rival logo, and Bionaire and Patton have become Jarden subsidiaries.
No Tristar Power Pressure Cooker XL Recall Yet. At the time of this writing, Tristar has not recalled their Power Pressure Cooker XL. Other companies that have experienced safety issues with their products have removed them from the market.
The company announced the recall on November 24, 2020. The Crock-Pot multi-cooker can pressurize when the lid is not fully locked, unbeknownst to the user. This can cause the lid to suddenly detach while the device is cooking, posing burn risks from ejected hot food and liquids.
This recall involves Crock-Pot 6-Quart Express Crock Multi-Cookers, Model Number SCCPPC600-V1, which is shown on label on bottom of unit. The multi-cookers were manufactured between July 1, 2017 and October 1, 2018, with date codes K196JN through K365JN and L001JN through L273JN.
Instant Pot is recalling one of its multicooker models because it can pose a fire hazard. The distributor has received 107 reports of the Gem 65 8-in-1 overheating, including five instances when it caused minor property damage, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.