Again, I'm not defending Tera Gear, but I don't think we should blow the recall out of proportion. We're talking about a table-top bbq, which when it gets hot, has the
Originally Posted by frehman005
Really? What I am reading is this:
"The grill operating temperatures pose a potential risk of fire when used above combustible surfaces. These affected products were not tested or certified by CSA Group and bear unauthorized CSA certification marks on the packaging and the instruction manual. There are no CSA markings on the grill."
It says there is a potential risk of fire when used above combustible surface. How this is only labelling issue?
How do you know if CSA certification marks on the packaging is authorized after this incident? May be you picked the good one?
I wouldn't rely on this manufacturer personally.