If You Bought An Artificial Christmas Tree Last Year, It Might Be Recalled!

If you bought an artificial Christmas tree last year, you might want to check it because more than 100,000 pre-lit artificial Christmas trees have been recalled. The Home Depot announced that the recall is due to a potential fire hazard and the manufacturer is offering free replacements. The Home Accents Holiday artificial Christmas trees were sold between June 2019 and December 2019 for between $80 and $360. The recalled trees had a metal base stand and a foot pedal controller to turn the lights on and off. The recall was issued when there were reports of the foot pedal overheating, causing burns and fire hazards. The trees affected by this recall were sold exclusively at The Home Depot and it affect 7.5-foot and 9-foot trees. You can see the model numbers and SKU numbers found on the product label of the recalled Christmas tree’s cord. Here's the full list of recalled Christmas trees:

  • Model number W14N0127 with SKU number 1004391988
  • Model number W14N0127 with SKU number 1004147107
  • Model number W14N0157 with SKU number 1004363928
  • Model number W14N0157 with SKU number 1004213736
  • Model number W14N0126 with SKU number 1004363929
  • Model number W14N0126 with SKU number 1004213737
  • Model number W14N0149 with SKU number 1004213744
  • Model number W14N0148 with SKU number 1004213742

If your tree is on this list, you can contact Willis Electric by calling 866-210-5958 or visit their website to get more information about a free replacement. Make sure to get yours replaced before the holiday season begins so you don't have to deal with this on top of the holiday stress!

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