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RECALL ALERT: Academy recalls Crawfish Kits with Strainer due to fire hazard

Source: CPSC Source: CPSC
Source: CPSC Source: CPSC
Bethesda, MD -

Academy Sports + Outdoors recalls Crawfish Kits with Strainer due to fire hazard.

This recall involves the Academy Sports + Outdoors Outdoor Gourmet® 100-Qt. Crawfish kit with strainer which is an outdoor appliance used to cook crawfish and other seafood in a 100-quart pot.

The Crawfish kit includes a hose assembly that connects the burner component to an external LP fuel tank supplied by the consumer.

Model number FSOGBG4201 is printed on the silver label located on the burner component.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled 100-quart crawfish kits and contact Academy Sports + Outdoors for instructions on obtaining a free replacement hose assembly.

Sold at Academy Sports + Outdoors stores and online at Academy.com from March 2014 through May 2017 for about $130. 

Contact Academy Sports + Outdoors Customer Care toll-free at 888-922-2336 from 7 a.m. to midnight daily, email at customerservice@academy.com, or online at www.academy.com and click on the Product Recalls link for more information.

Source: CPSC

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