BISSELL Expands Recall of Cordless Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuums Due to Fire Hazard


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CHICAGO, IL – BISSELL, a well-known manufacturer of household cleaning equipment, has announced an expansion of the recall of their cordless multi-surface wet dry vacuums due to a fire hazard. 

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the circuit board inside the vacuum’s battery pack can overheat and smoke, posing a fire hazard.

This recall expansion affects approximately 2,000 units of the BISSELL Cordless Multi-Surface Wet Dry Vacuum models 2551, 2551W, and 25519. This comes after the initial recall of about 56,000 units in January 2023. Consumers who have purchased these models are advised to stop using the vacuums immediately and contact BISSELL for a free battery pack replacement.

BISSELL has provided two options for consumers to receive their replacement battery packs. They can either take the recalled product to a local BISSELL authorized service center for a free battery pack replacement or schedule a free in-home repair visit from an authorized BISSELL service technician to replace the existing battery pack.

Consumers can visit the BISSELL recall website or call (855) 417-7001 for more information.


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