Coby Electronics 32-inch HDTVs recalled after fire risk

A new recall from a now shuttered company will be left to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to sort through the mess and help consum.

Published Dec 17, 2013 7:09 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:19 PM CST
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Coby Electronics 32-inch flat screen HDTVs with the model number "TFTV3229" are being recalled due to potential fire risk, according to media reports.

Coby Electronics 32-inch HDTVs recalled after fire risk | TweakTown.com

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) confirmed there have been at least six reports of TVs overheating, emitting smoke, or igniting in small fires. No reported injuries related to the faulty TVs.The TVs were sold starting in August 2011 until November 2013 at Best Buy, Fry's Electronics, H.H. Gregg, Toys 'R' Us, ABC Warehouse, P.C. Richard and Son, Sears/Kmart, and Nebraska Furniture Mart.

Coby was a Chinese-based high-definition TV manufacturer that is known for selling low-cost, entry-level HDTVs that are drastically cheaper than rival models from Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp, and other competing companies. Unfortunately, Coby USA is no longer in operation, so the retailers are handling the recall.

Visit the CPSC website to see if your Coby TV is currently being recalled.

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