QVC Recalls Spinning Candle Holders for Fire Hazard

QVC, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, just implemented a recall of about 14,000 <"http://www.yourlawyer.com/practice_areas/product_liability">Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) just announced. The CPSC is advising consumers to stop using the recalled candleholders immediately and notes that it is illegal to resell or to attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The candleholders can catch fire, posing a fire hazard to consumers. To date, the firm has received 19 reports that the candleholders ignited. Eleven of these reported damage to surrounding surfaces and furnishings. Two minor burns and one puncture wound have also been reported.

The product is QVC item H189749, a metallic spinning candleholder with 12 soy tea lights. The candleholders come in four colors: Red, green, silver, and gold. The candleholder has a base that holds a tea light and a shade, which is attached to the center of the base by an approximately six-inch vertical metal rod. When the candle is lit, the shade spins, projecting a display of moving light on nearby walls and surfaces.

The recalled Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights, which were manufactured in China, were sold exclusively through QVC’s televised shopping programs and its website during November 2010 for $25, including shipping and handling.

The CPSC is advising consumers to immediately stop using the recalled QVC Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights. QVC has notified consumers who purchased the candleholders through a QVC television program or QVC.com to stop using the product.

During the week of December 20, 2010, all purchasers were scheduled to be mailed instructions on how to receive a full refund. Consumers who have not received the information package by January 10, 2011 should contact QVC to receive the information. QVC can be reached, toll-free, at 1.800.367.9444 between 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m., Eastern Time, any day, or at the firm’s website at www.qvc.com.

QVC, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, just implemented a recall of about 14,000 Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) just announced. The CPSC is advising consumers to stop using the recalled candleholders immediately and notes that it is illegal to resell or to attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.

The candleholders can catch fire, posing a fire hazard to consumers. To date, the firm has received 19 reports that the candleholders ignited. Eleven of these reported damage to surrounding surfaces and furnishings. Two minor burns and one puncture wound have also been reported.

The product is QVC item H189749, a metallic spinning candleholder with 12 soy tea lights. The candleholders come in four colors: Red, green, silver, and gold. The candleholder has a base that holds a tea light and a shade, which is attached to the center of the base by an approximately six-inch vertical metal rod. When the candle is lit, the shade spins, projecting a display of moving light on nearby walls and surfaces.

The recalled Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights, which were manufactured in China, were sold exclusively through QVC’s televised shopping programs and its website during November 2010 for $25, including shipping and handling.

The CPSC is advising consumers to immediately stop using the recalled QVC Metallic Spinning Candle Holders with 12 Soy Tea Lights. QVC has notified consumers who purchased the candleholders through a QVC television program or QVC.com to stop using the product.

During the week of December 20, 2010, all purchasers were scheduled to be mailed instructions on how to receive a full refund. Consumers who have not received the information package by January 10, 2011 should contact QVC to receive the information. QVC can be reached, toll-free, at 1.800.367.9444 between 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m., Eastern Time, any day, or at the firm’s website at www.qvc.com.

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