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Dallas, TX: A dehumidifier recall that was announced in September 2013 is being announced again, with the company that makes the appliance reminding people that certain Gree dehumidifiers have been recalled. According to the renewed recall, not all Gree Electric Appliances is reannouncing the recall of about about 2.5 million dehumidifiers in the United States and 55,000 in Canada. This recall was first announced in September 2013, updated in October 2013 and expanded in January 2014. The Appliance manufacturer Gree has issued another recall for a line of its dehumidifiers after consumers failed to heed the initial recall last year, leading to fires and property damage. The Gree dehumidifiers, sold under numerous brand names, can overheat WASHINGTON, D.C. -- If you're using a dehumidifier in your home this summer, before you run it, make sure it's not involved in a massive recall. Gree Electric Appliances issued a recall involving more than 2.5 million units back in September because they Nearly 100,000 portable dehumidifiers are on the recall list. Dehumidifiers are supposed to zap water out of the air, but these models could actually cause a whole lot more water to come into your house--from fire department hoses! The Feds say the APPLETON (WITI) — A fire in Appleton serves as a reminder for homeowners across Wisconsin. Andy Vander Heyden says he and his wife were gone for about an hour. “We heard the smoke alarms going off. I tried to look through the window. It was completely .
A massive emergency dehumidifier recall was issued today for more than 2 million faulty dehumidifiers. The products recalled are made by Gree Electrical Appliances with the following brand names: Danby, De’Longhi, Fedders, Fellini, Frigidaire, Gree For months now, a steady stream of readers who are new to Consumerist have found us by searching online for help with their refunds for Gree dehumidifier checks. It’s understandable: some customers have been waiting for months, longer than the company WASHINGTON — More than 2 million dehumidifiers are being recalled after dozens of reports of fires and more than $2 million in property damage. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the dehumidifiers can overheat, smoke and catch fire. Federal regulators have re-announced a massive dehumidifier recall. The list of products is long and can be found at: cpsc.gov. You can contact Gree toll-free at (866) 853-2802 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET Monday through Friday or online at www.greeusa.com and .