Moen recalled its Flo Smart Water Monitor Lithium-Ion battery back-ups due to a fire hazard. The Consumer Product Safety Commission posted the recall notice on April 13, 2023.
Why were the monitor back-up batteries recalled?
There have been three reported incidents of recalled Moen monitor back-up batteries overheating and catching fire with minor property damage.
Around 10,000 batteries were recalled, with an additional 14 units sold in Canada.
What models of the lithium-ion battery back-ups were recalled?
The recall includes the Flo Smart Water Monitor Lithium-Ion Battery Back-ups, which was an additional accessory purchased separately in case of power disruption.
The recall only affects the back-up battery, which is a dark gray rectangular battery with the FLO logo printed on the right side and model number 920-001.
The CPSC advises consumers to immediately stop using these back-up batteries and unplug them from outlets. Recalled lithium-ion batteries need to be disposed of appropriately. Consumers should not toss the recalled Moen lithium-ion batteries in household trash. Instead, consumers should consult their local municipal recycling center.
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