Missouri State Fire Marshal Warns About Extinguisher Recall

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Kidde, a major manufacturer of fire extinguishers, has recalled some extinguishers with plastic handles or plastic push buttons, which were distributed to local residents by the Niagara County Healthy Neighborhoods Program for the past several years.

Some of the recalled models have been on the market for more than four decades.

The agency also warns the nozzle may come off with sufficient force to pose a hazard.

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The recall affects two styles of fire extinguishers under the brand name Kidde or Garrison as well as push-button Pindicator fire extinguishers made between 1973 and August 15, 2017.

The recall covers 134 models of push-button and plastic-handle extinguishers made from 1973 through August 15 of this year.

The expanded recall involves fire extinguishers not included in previous recalls in March 2009 and February 2015.

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Affected consumers should immediately contact Kidde for a free replacement fire extinguisher.

"Pick it up, make sure there's some weight to it, and look at the gauge to make sure that the needle is in the green", he said. They also were sold for use in commercial trucks, recreational vehicles and boats.

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