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Instant Pot issues recall after reports one of its products is overheating, melting |

Instant Pot issues recall after reports one of its products is overheating, melting

Multi-purpose cookware company Instant Pot has issued a recall following reports of one its products overheating and melting, according to a Thursday post from the company in the Instant Pot Community Facebook group.

The issue is with the Gem 65 8-in-1 Multicooker, a device similar to a slow cooker, but with more functions, including roasting, stewing, baking, steaming, and searing, according to the company’s website.


Instant Pot says, in their post, that the affected products have batch codes of 1728, 1730, 1731, 1734, and 1746. Batch codes can be found on a silver label on the underside of the cooker, on the bottom right side of the label, the post says. The models are sold exclusively at Walmart, according to Instant Pot’s Facebook post.

If your cooker has one of these codes on it, Instant Pot asks in their post that you stop using it.

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