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 backup batteries recalled?
According to the CPSC, there have been three reported incidents of recalled Moen monitor backup 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 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 backup 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 backup 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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