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Patio umbrellas sold at Costco have been recalled due to the risk of fire and burns

Health Canada has warned Canadians about the patio umbrellarecall, stating that the umbrella is at risk of fire and burns.

Costco Umbrellas sold in Canada can igniteafter the battery unit that powers the product's LED lights overheats} is known.

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Recall affects about33,000 umbrellas sold in Canada, plus 400,000 in the US

Health Canada 6 Issued a recall on March 23,states that customers need to discontinue use SunVilla 10ft Solar LED Market Umbrellas should be returned to Costco immediately for a refund.

According to the government website, umbrellas are available in a variety of colors, with LED lights on the inner arm of the umbrella.

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The SunVilla 10-foot Solar LED Market Umbrella has lights on the arms inside the umbrella.
SunVilla 10ft Solar LED Market Umbrella has a light on the inner arm of the umbrella. Health Canada

The umbrella has a solar panel with a black cover on the back of the solar panel pack. The solar panel cover is marked "YEEZE" or "YEEZE1" on the top of the cover.

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As of June 9, 2022, SunVilla was in Canada on battery overheating and umbrella ignition 1 I have received a report. There are no reports of injuries. In the United States, the company received five reports ofbattery overheating, four reports of an umbrella igniting, and one report of smoke inhalation injury.

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In addition to SunVilla discontinuing the use of recommended umbrellas, customers remove the solar panel from the umbrella and store the panel away from the sun and away from combustibles. , The panel should not be charged.

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For more information, consumers call SunVilla at 866-600-3133 and email Contact us orcompany website.

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