Consumers who have the Fast Slow Cooker in their possession should contact Breville customer service to arrange for a replacement gasket kit to be sent to them, free of charge. On October 21, 2015 Breville Pty Ltd issued a recall on the Breville Fast Slow Cooker BPR200 white lid gasket from units with production date codes 1034 through to 1511. Vigilant consumers may remember that December 2014 saw coffeemaker manufacturer Keurig recall several million of its home coffee brewers following complaints that the appliances had caused numerous burn injuries. If consumers with a Fast Slow Cooker BPR200 with production date codes 1034 through to 1511, purchased between October 2010 and October 2015, have not been in contact with Breville for a replacement lid gasket kit visit breville.com.au/recall. Product description. This recall applied only to the white lid gasket in the model BPR200. Breville Fast Slow Cooker recall advertisement - updated October 2020.pdf (259.38 KB) Responsible regulator Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is the responsible regulator for this recall. On December 22, 2015, Breville started a recall of its Fast-Slow Pressure Cookers after receiving reports of burn related injuries caused by steam and the hot contents of the pot erupting out of its exploding pressure cookers. On December 22, 2015, a recall was issued for 35,600 Breville 6-quart capacity “Fast Slow Cookers” after 5 people suffered 2nd- or 3rd-degree burn injuries when the lid opened unexpectedly. www.recalls.gov.au roduct r rough electrical r This voluntary recall involves the Breville The Fast Slow Cooker (domestic stainless steel electric pressure cooker) model BPR600XL with a white silicone lid gasket.. Only the following production date codes are affected by this recall for units sold from October 2012 until October 2015: 1238, 1311, 1316, 1333, 1346, 1328, 1352, 1412, 1426, 1427, 1437, 1451, 1505, 1527. The pressure cooker lawsuit was filed by Todd J., a man from Georgia who was burned on January 5, 2018, when hot food exploded out of his Breville Fast-Slow Pressure Cooker (Model #BRP600XL-120). Unfortunately, opening the lid caused its “scalding hot contents to be forcefully ejected” onto his body, resulting in severe burn injuries. The possibility of consumers being either scalded or burned by Breville’s Fast Slow Cooker (BPR200) when the steam releases has led to the company issuing a recall. Breville Pressure Cooker Recall. On October 21, 2015 Breville Pty Ltd issued a recall on the Breville Fast Slow Cooker BPR200 white lid gasket from units with production date codes 1034 through to 1511. This is not the first time Breville has had issues with its pressure cookers. The problems lie with the white silicone lid gasket. Identification Hazard calding ... recall@br .breville.com.au/recall to register for a new lid r ree of charge. Now, almost a year to the day, kitchen appliance manufacturer Breville has issued a recall for its Fast Slow Cooker, a home pressure cooker that has […] ELECTRICAL SAFETY RECALL Breville Fast Slow Cooker (BPR200) Lid Gasket Domestic programmable stainless steel electric pressure cooker. Consumers who have the Fast Slow Cooker in their possession should contact Breville customer service to arrange for a replacement gasket kit to be sent to them, free of charge. VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL Breville Fast Slow Cooker (BPR600XL) Lid Gasket Domestic programmable stainless steel electric pressure cooker Identification Units sold between October 2012 and October 2015 through retailers and department stores nationally.