Barbeques Galore Inc. Recalls Gas Grills
Feb 23, 2006
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Barbeques Galore Inc., with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, is recalling about 1,800 Turbo Sport Portable Infrared LP Gas Grills. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

The grills have faulty regulators that can release too much gas to the burner, causing an excessive burner flame. This also poses a risk of gas leaks, fires and explosions if an ignition source is present. There have been 18 reports of excessive flame or the regulator shutting off. No injuries have been reported.

The Turbo Sport Portable Infrared LP Gas Grill is model number IR600; the model number is not identified on the grill. The Turbo Sport measures 16.5-inches long by 14-inches wide and 12-inches high. The portable grill is constructed of stainless steel with an attached stainless steel hood. The “Turbo Sport” nameplate is on the front panel of the grill. No other barbecue with the “Turbo” name is affected by this recall. The grills were sold at Barbeques Galore Inc. stores nationwide from August 2004 through August 2005 for between U.S. $170 and $200.

Consumers should stop using these grills and return the regulator to a Barbeques Galore retail store for a replacement, or contact Barbeques Galore Customer Service to have a replacement regulator sent to them.

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