Burner Recall Notice for MaxBrite Burner
- Posted by Doug Ely
- On August 4, 2016
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Aladdin Burner Recall Details
Hazard: The lamp burner’s male threads can disengage from the female threads on some lamp bases, allowing the burner to disconnect from the base, posing a burn hazard to the user.
Remedy: Customer should stop using the affected burner and contact Crownplace Brands for a free replacement.
Consumer Contact: Crownplace Brands, Ltd at 800-457-5267 from 9:00 AM Eastern Time to 4:30 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Aladdin MaxBrite 500 lamp burner.
- Solid brass with brass finish.
- Approximately 4” tall and 3 ¼” diameter at widest point.
- The threaded part of the burner is less than 9 mm (less than 3/8”) long
Burner Identification Features:
Imprinted on the burner basket are the word “Aladdin” and the patent number “3551086”.
Imprinted on the sides and the top of the box are the words “40 Candlepower Light”.
Note: A similar product with threads over 10 mm (just over 3/8”) long is not being recalled. These burners are similar in appearance except for thread length. The box has a lot number on it, the words “New and Improved”, a different bar code and the words “Up to 15% brighter”.
Units: Less than 500
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received one report of thread failure. The user received 1st degree burns that did not require medical treatment on his hand.
Sold at: Nationwide at hardware, antique and general merchandise stores and websites like Amazon.com from July 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016. As an individual item, it sold for about $95. It may also have been sold as part of a lamp assembly, at prices between $129 and $400.