Toaster That Starts Fire & Doll Stroller That Could Cut Finger

By WBNG News

July 22, 2010 Updated Oct 2, 2007 at 10:18 PM EDT

A toaster that could start a fire and a toy that could trap a child are in the Action News Recall Alert.

QVC is recalling this Cook's Essential Electric Toaster.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission says it can turn on without bread in the slots and ignite something placed on top of it.

The recall includes the Cook's Essential 4 slice wide toaster, model CET401, which should be printed on the bottom.

It was sold between January and June of 2003 through the QVC television station and its website.

It was also sold at some retail stores.

The CPSC says you should stop using the toaster.

To receive a refund, call QVC at 1-800-367-9444.

Or call it's distributor, Salton Inc., at 1-800-233-9054.

Also being recalled, this Mini Zooper Doll Stroller.

It's reported a child's finger could get caught in the side hinge and sever the finger tip.

The CPSC says it could also lead to entrapment.

The stroller was sold by Pottery Barn Kids from October 2005 through June of this year.

You should take the stroller away from your child.

For a repair kit, call Pottery Barn Kids at 1-888-367-0144.

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