You may think your kitchen is possessed, but in actuality it is simply a faulty Electric Toaster that spontaneously catches on fire with no warning. After information surfaced that in 10 separate incidents the Cook's Essential Electric Toaster turned on without warning, which also resulted in one kitchen fire that damaged cabinets, QVC issued a recall of the ghostly toasters.
Consumers should stop using the Essential Electric Toaster immediately, unplug it and in case it continues to operate on its own, it is suggested that the power cord be cut and severed from where it enters the body.
This recall involves the "Cook's Essential" four-slice wide slot electric toasters model CET 401. These toasters are made of stainless steel and measure 12 inches long, 13 inches wide and 8 inches high. Each toaster has "Cook's Essentials Classic Look Toaster, Model: CET401" printed on a plate on the underside of the toaster.
Consumers who bought a toaster from a QVC's television program or at QVC.com were sent a package by mail containing information on how to receive a refund. Consumers who have not received the information packet should visit QVC's Web site at www.qvc.com.